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Abdul ShakurServant of the Most Thankful
Abdul SyakurHamba Allah yang Bersyukur
AkbarYang besar
Haban MutarokibaButir yg banyak
IkbarMengagumkan
KaabKemuliaan, terhormat
KabirAgung, besar
KabirohBesar
KaseebFertile
KatebWriter
KatibJuru tulis
KawakibBintang-bintang
KhabirYang mengetahui dengan sebenarnya, pakar, berpengalaman
Khairi HabibullahKebaikan, kekasih Allah
KhathibahAhli pidato
KhatibReligious Minister
KhattabAhli pidato
KhithobaBerbicara
KhobirYang mengetahui dengan sebenarnya, ahli mengetahui
KhotibahAhli pidato
MikbadIbadah
MukhbitahTunduk patuh
SyakibNama tokoh muslim
SyakuraMensyukuri
YakutPermata
YaqubArabic form of Jacob
ZakurYang kuat ingatan
 
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AAmanah
KKomited
UUntung
BBijaksana
HHarum
IIkhlas
ZZuhud
KKreatif
IIdealistik
AAlim
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Choosing a meaningful Islamic name

It's always a joy when Allah blesses you with a child. Children bring happiness and joy, but also trials and great responsibilities. One of the very first duties you have toward your new child, besides physical care and love, is to give your child a name that carries honor and Islamic meaning behind it.

It is reported that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said: "On the Day of Resurrection, you will be called by your names and by your fathers' names, so give yourselves good names." (Hadith Abu Dawud)

Remember, just because a name stems from a certain language or culture, doesn't mean that it has a good Islamic meaning. Several of the companions of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) changed their own Arabic names, because the meanings of their names connoted wickedness.

For example, someone named Harb ("war") had his name changed to Silm ("peace"), and one named Al-Munba'ith ("one who lies") became Al-Mudtaji' ("one who stands up," i.e. for the truth).