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Name ayan fahd.

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Alhumdulillah I became father of a Baby Boy.  We are searching for the meainingful islamic names

for  newly borned baby  boy .

We have decided for two names  1.AYAAN  2. FAHD

Can you please let me know the exact meaning of these names in Arabic and whether the above mentioned names  are correct wit respect to Islam .

As I Have noticed the meaning of the English pronunciation  and words  will differ from that of Arabic pronunciation and words .


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Name ayan fahd

In the name of Allah, We praise Him, seek His help and ask for His forgiveness. Whoever Allah guides none can misguide, and whoever He allows to fall astray, none can guide them aright. We bear witness that there is none worthy of worship but Allah Alone, and we bear witness that Muhammad (saws) is His slave-servant and the seal of His Messengers.


A name assigned to each individual is no more than a sign or recognition of that person; and there is absolutely no obligation or compulsion in Shariah that a believer is obliged or required to keep a ‘traditional’ Islamic or ‘muslim’ name. One is at complete liberty to assign any good wholesome name to their off-spring in absolutely any language they will or please.


The only names which Islam prohibits from assigning to a believer are names which connote or denote polytheism or disbelief (Abdul-Lat, Abdul-Uzza, (slaves of the pagan gods like Lat and Uzza, etc.) or names like Ramdas (slave of the Hindu god Ram), etc.; or names which have an inherit evil or vile meaning.


Other than names which connote polytheism and disbelief, or names which have an inherently evil meaning….Islam has allowed the believers the complete freedom to chose and assign any good wholesome name in any language they will and please.


Ayaan: The literal meaning of the term ‘Ayaan’ is God’s gift or luck.


Fahd: The literal meaning of the term ‘Fahd’ is a wild-cat or specifically the lynx.


Both ‘Ayaan’ and ‘Fahd’ neither connote disbelief nor do they possess an inherent evil meaning, thus both are perfectly acceptable names to be assigned to a believer if one indeed wishes to do so.


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