Arabic Baby Names

Top Arabic Baby Names 2016

Rank Name
1 Aaliyah
2 Alia
3 Amira
4 Layla
5 Aida
6 Amber
7 Zara
8 Abbas
9 Zaire
10 Cairo
11 Aisha
12 Amir
13 Nahla
14 Zahra
15 Zaina
16 Abdul
17 Amani
18 Aliya
19 Amare
20 Jabari
21 Lila
22 Akilah
23 Alya
24 Amina
25 Jamari
26 Jamila
27 Farah
28 Malik
29 Adil
30 Lina
31 Niesha
32 Zamir
33 Malika
34 Kamaria
35 Nasir
36 Achmed
37 Aladdin
38 Amal
39 Asha
40 Iesha
41 Jamal
42 Nabila
43 Shakira
44 Zaida
45 Ajmal
46 Akeem
47 Amiri
48 Ayda
49 Hakim
50 Hani
51 Nura
52 Qadira
53 Sahar
54 Talib
55 Ali
56 Jabir
57 Jamil
58 Kalil
59 Mahdi
60 Naima
61 Omari
62 Sada
63 Salem
64 Sami
65 Yadira
66 Yasin
67 Abu
68 Ahmad
69 Ambra
70 Aqila
71 Asim
72 Eshe
73 Jahid
74 Jahin
75 Jamar
76 Jaymin
77 Kalim
78 Khalil
79 Najila
80 Najwa
81 Nawal
82 Qadir
83 Rihanna
84 Sabah
85 Salma
86 Tamir
87 Walid
88 Ziyad
89 Alif
90 Aman
91 Askari
92 Fatima
93 Galel
94 Heydar
95 Iman
96 Jafari
97 Jalil
98 Jedi
99 Kahlil
100 Kamal
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Rank Name
11 Aisha
12 Amir
13 Nahla
14 Zahra
15 Zaina
16 Abdul
17 Amani
18 Aliya
19 Amare
20 Jabari

Arabic is spoken by 300 million people in the Islamic world. The language of Quran, the Prophet Muhammad, and One Thousand and One Nights brings in the naming tradition characterized by long chains of names!

Arabic Background

Arabic is the official language of at least 24 countries, spoken across the Middle East and North Africa. With 300 million current speakers it is used in countries such as Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, UAE, Syria and others. It has many dialects and varieties, one of them being the dialect of Mecca, spoken by Muhammad considered by Muslims the last prophet sent by God. In literature, Arabic is the mother tongue of Aladdin and Scheherazade in One Thousand and One Nights.

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