Ma as-sama: A respectable hearted, liberal woman, a girl of al-Muzaffar, had this
name; she constructed a religious school
Ma’isah: Walking with a proud, swinging gait
Maahnoor: Glow of Moon
Madaniyah: Civilised, cultured
Madeeha: Praiseworthy
Madhat: Praise
Madhia: Praiseworthy
Madia: Praiseworthy
Madiha: Praiseworthy
Madihah: Praiseworthy
Maha: Large eyes, moon-like
Mahasin: Beauty
Mahbasah: A narrator of Hadith
Mahdiya: Rightly Guided By Allah
Maheen: Makhtooma: Name of
Maheera: Highly skilled, Expert
Mahek: Fragrance
Mahfuzah: The protected one
Mahirah: Adept, Expert
Mahjabeen: Powerful
Mahneera: Firstborn of a pair
Mahneerah: Firstborn of a pair
Mahnoor: Light of the moon
Mahreen: Bright and Beautiful as the sun
Mahrosh: Piece of the moon, pleasant
Mahrukh: Face like a moon, beautiful
Mahtob: Moonlight
Mahum: Moon’s Light
Mahveen: Light of the Sun
Mahvish: Moon-face
Mahwish: Beautiful like the moon
Mahwush: As beautiful as the Moon
Maida: Beautiful
Maira: Moon
Maisarah: Wealth, Richness
Maisha: Pretty
Majidah: Glorious, noble, respected
Makhtooma: Name of a female singer of the past
Makhtoonah: Name of a singer and a beautiful lady of the past
Malaika: Angel
Malaikah: Angel
Malak: Angel
Malayeka: Angel
Maleehah: Salty, Graceful, Brownish color
Maliha: Beautiful
Malika: Queen
Malikah: Queen
Malmal: Soft
Manahel: Special flower
Manahil: Spring of freshwater
Manal: Attainment, achievement
Manar: Guiding light (lighthouse)
Manfoosah: She was the daughter of Abu Yazid bin Abu al-Firwaris; a very pious
woman, she wept often for fear of Allah
Manha: Gift of Allah
Manhalah: Spring
Mansurah: Supporter, victorious
Maqboolah: A noted woman of the past had this name; Maqboolah Hanim
Marah: Happiness, joy
Maram: Aspiration
Mardhiah: One who is loved and respected by all
Marhabah: Welcome
Maria: One of the wifes’ of the prophet Muhammed (p.b.u.h)
Mariam: Mother of Isa (Jesus)
Maridah: A slave girl of Haroon Rashid had this name
Mariya: Purity
Mariyah: Oryx, Addax
Marjanah: Precious stone
Marnia: Wealthy in every aspect
Marwa: A mountain in Makkah
Maryum: Mother of Isa (A.S)
Masabeeh: Lamps, Lights
Mashaal: Light, bright
Mashal: Light
Mashel: Light
Mashoodah: Evidenced
Masooma: Innocent
Masoomah: Innocent
Mastura: Protected
Masumah: Innocent
Mateenah: Firm, Solid, determined
Mawahib: Talents
Mawara: Superior
Mawiya: Old Arabic name
Mawiyah: The mirror
Maya: Princess
Mayameen: The blessed, the brave
Mayeda: The fruits of heaven, the cloth on which you eat in Heaven, The
surah Mayeda in the Quran
Maymunah: Auspicious, Blessed
Maysa: To walk with a proud, swinging gait
Maysam: The pollen in the flower, honey, sweet
Maysoon: Beautiful face & body
Maysun: Of beautiful face and body
Mayyadah: To walk with a swinging gait
Maznah: Glorius
Mazneen: Shining of gold
Medina: Holy city of Saudi Arabia
Meem: The Arabic letter ‘M’ or ‘Mim’
Meena: Light
Mehak: Fragrance
Mehek: Smell, fragrance
Meher: Benevolence
Meheroon: Charming
Meherunissa: Benevolent
Mehjabeen: Beautiful as the moon, beloved person
Mehmuda: Beautiful garden in Medinah
Mehnaz: Proud like a moon
Mehndi: Beautiful color
Mehnoor: Light of the moon
Mehr: Full Moon
Mehreen: Loving nature
Mehriban: Kind, Gentle
Mehrish: Wonderfull smell(mehak)
Mehrnaz: Kindness and sweetness
Mehrunisa: Pretty woman
Mehvesh: Light of the moon
Mehvish: Bright Star
Mehwish: Moon, beautiful
Memoona: Gladful
Menaal: Special flower of heaven
Mersiha: The most beautiful
Mevish: Strong
Meymona: Good Fortune
Mid’haa: Appreciate
Midhaa: Appreciate
Midhah: Praise
Mina: Light
Minaal: To reach your destination
Minal: Gift, achievement
Minnah: Mercy, a gift from Allah
Misba: Innocent
Misha: Beautiful, Pretty
Mishall: A light, beautiful, pretty
Mishel: A Light
Miskeenah: Humble
Mobena: Cool
Mohaddisa: Story teller
Mohga: The light of happiness
Mohsina: Righteous
Momina: Faithful, Truly Believing
Mona: Wish, desire
Monera: Shinning light, or guiding light
Mouna: Water
Mounia: A wish or dream come true
Mounira: It’s shining
Muazah: She was a narrator of hadith
Mubarakah: Blessed
Mubashirah: Bringer of good news
Mubassirah: One who comments
Mubeenah: One who makes something clear
Muhsinah: Charitable and kind
Muizza: The empowerer, the honourer, the strengthener
Mumina: Lovely, sweet girl
Muna: Water
Munawar: Bright
Munazzah: Sacred, clean, honest
Muneeba: Beautiful
Muneerah: Splendid, bright shine of light, illuminous
Munerah: Illuminating, Shining
Muneza: Clean, pure
Muniba: To consult with Allah, diverted toward Allah
Munira: Light, sunshine
Munisa: Gentle, friendly
Munize: One who brings good luck
Muqadaas: Holy, Pure
Muqbalah: Name of a narrator of Hadith
Murdiyyah: Chosen one
Murshidah: Guide
Musaddiqah: One who affirms the Truth
Musaykah: She narrated hadith from Sayyidina Ayshah
Mushira: Advisor, Guide
Muskaan: Smile
Muskan: Smile, Happy
Muslimah: Devout believer
Mussah: She narrated Hadith
Mussaret: Happiness
Musta’eenah: One who prays for help
Mutahharah: Purified, chaste
Mutazah: A narrator of Hadith
Muzaynah: Adornment
Muznah: The cloud that carries the rain
Myiesha: Lifes blessing
Myreen: Same as Mahreen
Mysha: Happy for the entire life


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