Baby Names

250 Awesome Lebanese Names with Meanings

Every parent is looking for the right name for their baby. But in doing so, many go for names that aren’t popular for whatever reason. However, this is a costly mistake because you can’t change the name later.

We’ve all heard stories where parents name their child something that the child ends up growing up to hate it. How can you avoid that? Do some research and check out some popular Lebanese names to get better idea.

  • Sair – “enthusiastic human being”
  • Ghumra – “yellow color”
  • Ijtiba – “elected or approved”
  • Ghasharab – “powerful person”
  • Yahya – “The almighty is gracious”
  • Nuralain – “bringer of happiness”
  • Qamra – “term for moon”
  • Hamees – “courageous and bold”
  • Tazeen – “Decoration”
  • Aahad – “Unity”
  • Waali – “directs or the governor”
  • Amal – “Bright; Clean”
  • Ikhlaaq – “moral virtues”
  • Muhib – “noble and lovable”
  • Shafeek – “compassionate and merciful”
  • Merjan – “diamond or pearl”
  • Elias – “One who believes”
  • Yaqinul – “believes in Islam”
  • Kitana – “means Light”
  • Battah – “Lebanon surname”

In the past, some parents have named their child after celebrities or fictional characters. Sometimes the parents themselves will choose a name that is not typical. Other times they will choose a name that is not common at all.

Some parents are so overwhelmed with the task of naming their child, they opt for a one-word baby name. And although this has been a popular choice, it’s not always the best decision.

In many cultures around the world, a name is considered an important part of a child’s identity. Besides, it’s a good idea to avoid naming your child the same as their father, which might lead to confusion. So, what should the perfect baby’s name be? Let’s dive into the list of awesome Lebanese names.

  • Aadil – “Just, Upright”
  • Jean-Marc – “God is gracious, manly”
  • Yahya – “The almighty is gracious”
  • Immad – “pillar or support”
  • Ghafran – “absolution or salvation”
  • Aadab – “Good Wish”
  • Wisam – “Badge of honor”
  • Zaeem – “a chief or leader”
  • Aabinus – “Ebony”
  • Adeline – “noble”
  • Majedah – “Noble or glorious”
  • Ziyad – “Superabundance”
  • Liman – “shining and lustrous”
  • Sahiqa – “Lebanese term for rain”
  • Soad – “A lucky boy”
  • Soraya – “She is precious”
  • Hamia – “sense of honor”
  • Liman – “shining and lustrous”
  • Guita – “a kind of song”
  • Amir – “A born leader”

Lebanese Names

  • Ghafran – “absolution or salvation”
  • Haasim – “ardor and enthusiasm”
  • Hamees – “courageous and bold”
  • Ghashmira – “generosity, munificence”
  • Barjees – “star of the 6th sky”
  • Ferman – “superior”
  • Wasi – “Advice”
  • Kashir – “A humorous man”
  • Imad – “Pillar, support or mainstay”
  • Lena – “devoted woman”
  • Salib – “pointing out someone’s error”
  • Imman – “shelter or refuge”
  • Zaina – “exceptionally beautiful”
  • Ishaaq – “true believer”
  • Badah – ‘broad minded”
  • Wadih – “Alone”
  • Ghasif – “One who is happy and cheerful”
  • Raheeq – “handsome and elegant man”
  • Nigarish – “vision, or fantasy”
  • Ziad – “Enlarging or abundance”
  • Sareena – “Princess”
  • Ieisha – “she who lives”
  • Ihtishaam – “magnificent personality”
  • Waris – “Arabic term for successor”
  • Daiam – “Everlasting or permanent”
  • Ferwa – “Passion, fondness”
  • Waali – “directs or the governor”
  • Bariqa – “Lightning, shining”
  • Aadifa – “One which we can Proud”
  • Masab – “Name of a friend”

Lebanese names and meanings

  • Aabidaat – “Worshipers of God”
  • Aadiba – “Polite; Cultured”
  • Wadih – “Alone”
  • Zaigham – “brave as a lion”
  • Soad – “A lucky boy”
  • Imman – “Safety, protection”
  • KashirA – “humorous man”
  • Aaema – “Leader; Ruler”
  • Saadee – “The lord or the master”
  • Horiya – “Angel or a black eyed”
  • Maier – “Bright and shining”
  • Farez – “An eloquent person”
  • Tajamal – “magnificence or decoration”
  • Foziah – “victorious and successful”
  • Ijaaz – ‘Miracle, astonishment”
  • Tanizia – “flower in Lebanon”
  • Abroud – “beautiful girl”
  • Tijasar – “One who is brave”
  • Qutab – “noble and venerable”
  • Ferjal – “A prosperous”
  • Anas – “a friendly person”
  • Zoobia – “blessings of the almighty”
  • Dasia – “excellence”
  • Waali – “The Governor”
  • Immad – “pillar or support”
  • Farghan – “Wide open”
  • Iskandar – “defender of mankind”
  • Mubashi – “The bringer of good news”
  • Toufie – “A successful, elegant”
  • Qateel – “welfare of the almighty”

What are some of cutest Lebanese names?

  • Wael – “Rescue”
  • Aabir – “Fragrance”
  • Abdel – “Servant Of God”
  • Qateel – “welfare of the almighty”
  • Assi – “A beautiful”
  • Delkash – “Attraction”
  • Sair – “enthusiastic human being”
  • Jean-Marc – “God is gracious”
  • Ishaaq – “pious or true believer”
  • Eessa – “devoted to God”
  • Aaesha – “Obedient”
  • Zikra – “thoughts of the past”
  • Hani – “delightful behavior”
  • Sarikh – “redresses grievances”
  • Iraj – “Flower or blossom”
  • Aadel – “Reasonable”
  • Sameed – “A leader”
  • Mubariz – “soldier or police”
  • Leyla – “born at night”
  • Aatazaz – “servant of the mighty”
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Tips to Naming Your Babies

There are millions of baby names out there, and while most parents decide on a name and stick with it for the rest of their lives, there are some who wish the best for their future child, but don’t have a clue how to choose a name. These parents may be confused about why they can’t come up with a name for their baby, or they may have tried several times and have given up on the idea.

If you are considering giving your child a name, there are some things you should know:

1.       Pick the name you love, even if it is popular.

It is popular and you love it. Anything else you need to think upon? Nope. Go for it. If you want to give it uniqueness, think of a great middle name.

Here are some popular Lebanese names out there:

MANAL

  • Meaning: “Attainment, Achievement”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: primarily a gender-neutral name of Arabic origin that means Profit.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Dash”
  • Famous people with name: Manal Afifi, an Egyptian actress and Manal El Feitury, a British television actress.

LOUNIS

  • Meaning: “companion”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: is a Berber language spoken in the north and northeast of Algeria. Lounis is therefore of Arabic origin.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Dash”
  • Famous people with name: Lounis Ait Menguellet.

NAEL

  • Meaning: “attainer”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: originated as a short form of names ending in -nael, such as Nathanael and Gwenael — a Breton name that was a minor hit in 1970s France.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Noel”
  • Famous people with name: Nael al-Ajlouni.

AYOUB

  • Meaning: “messenger of Allah”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: is borne by Christians (in Lebanon and elsewhere) as well as by Muslims.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Eyüp”
  • Famous people with name: Ayoub Boukhari (born 1997), Dutch footballer of Moroccan descent.

MAYA

  • Meaning: “good mother”
  • Origin: “Greek”
  • Description: was named after the month of May. In Hebrew, Maya is thought to mean “water,” derived from the word “Mayim” of the same meaning.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Maia and Mya”
  • Famous people with name: Mathangi “Maya” Arulpragasam, British rapper and singer.

MAHA

  • Meaning: “wild cow”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: has been traditionally celebrated in Arabic poetry for the beauty of its eyes.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Dash”
  • Famous people with name: Maha Abouelenein Egyptian American communications consultant.

YANIS

  • Meaning: “gift of God”
  • Origin: “Hebrew, French”
  • Description: One of the relatives on the widely-branching family of John names, Yanis is in the French Top 50.
  • Spelling and Variations: ‘YAH-nis’
  • Famous people with name: Abu’l-Fath Yanis, Fatimid vizier.

SIHAM

  • Meaning: “Arrows”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: This name is especially approved for ‘Girls’ Gender.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Dash”
  • Famous people with name: Siham Alawami, Qatari television journalist and producer.

NEFIS

  • Meaning: “valuable”, “precious”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: derived from the N-F-S root (to breathe, to compete), which is mentioned in many places in the Quran.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Dash”
  • Famous people with name: “Dash”

LENA

  • Meaning: “torch”, “beautiful”, “light”
  • Origin: “Persian”
  • Description: In some derivations, Lena comes from the endings of Alina and Helena.
  • Spelling and Variations: Leena, Lenna, Leana, Lina, Lene, Lenka”
  • Famous people with name: Lena Meyer-Landrut. Surname: Meyer-Landrut.

NAIM

  • Meaning: “to be contented”
  • Origin: “Arabic, Hebrew”
  • Description: Happiness and comfort In Hebrew: Pleasant. Other names.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Naeem, Naiem, Nahim, Naheem, Nyhiem, Nihiem”
  • Famous people with name: Naim ibn Hammad (died 843 AD), Hadith collector.

RIMA

  • Meaning: “antelope”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: Rim – pronounced Reem. Also a Japanese name meaning “advantage or benefit.”
  • Spelling and Variations: “Rima”
  • Famous people with name: Rima Melati Adams (born 1980), Singaporean model, actress, singer and TV personality.

ZAHRA

  • Meaning: “brilliant”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: It may be related to the matriarch of the Abrahamic faiths, Sarah. Persian: زهرا Zahra.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Zahrah, Zehra, Sahra, Zarya”
  • Famous people with name: Zahra Abdulla (born 1966), Somali-Finnish politician.

ALISSAR

  • Meaning: “TBD”
  • Origin: “Arabic/Muslim”
  • Description: Girl name and meaning of this name is “TBD”.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Dash”
  • Famous people with name: “Dash”

HANA

  • Meaning: “to shine, glow”
  • Origin: “Korean”
  • Description: it is usually translated as flower (花). In Korean, it means the number one (하나). In Hawaiian, “Hana” means “craft” or “work”.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Hawaiian”
  • Famous people with name: Hana Šromová Surname: Šromová Initials.

2.       Do not skip lovely Lebanese names even if they are unique, unusual, and different.

Sometimes, parents will not go for unusual, unique, and different baby names. They consider it weird. Let me tell you that being attractive and thought provoking is the game these days.

How would you like these Lebanese names:

  • Abila – “Beautiful”
  • Zoraiz – “spreads light”
  • Ferazia – “High, lofty”
  • Mazia – “Soft and supple”
  • Maroun – “Saint’s name”
  • Injila – “glittering and glistening”
  • Wafic – “Triumphant”
  • Ziyad – “Enlarging”
  • Wael – “Rescue, seeking shelter”
  • Daiam – “Everlasting or permanent”
  • Jasar – “bold and courageous”
  • Shafeek – “compassionate and merciful”
  • Raafe – “A good companion”
  • Charbel – “Narration of story of God”
  • Qabita – “Egyptian woman”

3.       Be confident if you want to go toward personalized spellings for your baby’s name.

SURE. You should be confident when giving personalized spellings to your baby’s name. However, it is important that you do not make it weird. Adding or removing an alphabet would be enough here.

Try changing these baby names spellings into personalized ones:

MAHER

  • Meaning: “skillful”
  • Origin: “Irish”
  • Description: was part of the Ely O’Carroll clan and was concentrated in the areas of Kilkenny and Tipperary, notably the Barony of Ikerrin in Ireland.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Maa-her”
  • Famous people with name: John Maher (Buzzcocks drummer) Given name: John.

ILYES

  • Meaning: “my God is Yahweh”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: is the common version in Northern Africa and France, which has a large Algerian population.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Ilyas”
  • Famous people with name: Ilyes Sidhoum.

WAEL

  • Meaning: “unknown”
  • Origin: “Aramaic”
  • Description: are a few different definitions depending on how an ancient text was translated.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Wa’el”
  • Famous people with name: Wael Ghonim, Egyptian computer engineer, author and activist.

SAHAR

  • Meaning: “just before dawn”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: coming from a common Semitic root meaning “dawn” (compare with Shahar, the Ugaritic god of the dawn).
  • Spelling and Variations: “Dash”
  • Famous people with name: Sahar Ghanizada, (born 2006) Afghan Athlete.

NAYLA

  • Meaning: “successful one”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: in Mexican (from Nayeli), “fulfillment” in Tunesian or Maroccan and “girl from paradise” in Hawaiian.
  • Spelling and Variations: “dash”
  • Famous people with name: Nayla Moawad.

AMEZIANE

  • Meaning: “young”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: occurs more in Morocco more than any other country/territory. It may also appear in the variant forms: Améziane.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Ameziane”
  • Famous people with name: Mohammed Ameziane ( c. 1859–1912), Moroccan resistance leader.

KYAN

  • Meaning: “ancient”
  • Origin: “Gaelic”
  • Description: primarily a gender-neutral name of American origin that means Ancient. Americanized spelling of the Celtic name Cian.
  • Spelling and Variations: “RYAN”
  • Famous people with name: Kyan Khojandi (born 1982), French comedian, actor and director.

NISRINE

  • Meaning: “wild rose”
  • Origin: “Persian”
  • Description: It is among the most popular names given to baby girls born in Iran.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Nasrin”
  • Famous people with name: Taslima Nasrin (born 1962), Bangladeshi feminist and former physician.

MAROUANE

  • Meaning: “quartz” or “a hard stone of nearly pure silica”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: Name Marouane is of Brazilian origin and is a Boy name. People with name Marouane are usually Christianity by religion.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Marouane”
  • Famous people with name: Marouane Chamakh.

AYMEN

  • Meaning: “Righteous, blessed”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: derived from the Arabic Semitic root (ي م ن) for right, and literally means righteous, he who is on the right, right-handed, blessed or lucky.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Dash”
  • Famous people with name: Ayman ibn Ubayd, early Muslim and son of Umm Ayman.

YASMINE

  • Meaning: “jasmine”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: primarily a female name of Arabic origin that means Jasmine Flower.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Yasaman, Yasman, Yasamin, Yasemin, Yasameen, Yasmina, Yasmine”
  • Famous people with name: Yasmin Ratansi. Surname: Ratansi.

TALA

  • Meaning: “Palm Tree”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: a super multicultural name with roots in many diverse languages and cultures. In Northern Europe, especially in Scandinavia.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Taala”
  • Famous people with name: Tala Birell (1907–1958), Romanian-American stage and film actress.

ZYAN

  • Meaning: “tiny king”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: popular in Muslim religion and its main origin is Arabic. Zyan name meanings is Adornment, Decoration and Beautification.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Zyan”
  • Famous people with name: Ali ibn Husayn Zayn al-Abidin (Imam, 659-713), the 4th Imam of Islam.

ILYAN

  • Meaning: “my God is Yahweh”
  • Origin: “Hebrew”
  • Description: from Hebrew “el/אֵל” God + “yah/יָה” = referring to the Hebrew God.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Dash”
  • Famous people with name: Ilian Iliev.

4.       Crossing your favorite Lebanese names on the feedback on friends and family members.

Feedback is important. But it does not mean to listen to every other person’s opinion. You will hardly find Lebanese names that everybody would like. Therefore, get feedback but still know your choice.

Consider getting feedback on these baby names from your friends and family members:

  • Rafqa – “Wide”
  • Idrees – “instructs or teaches”
  • Ijaaz – “Miracle, astonishment”
  • Barjees – “Jupiter”
  • Ziyad – “Enlarging”
  • Saib – “sound in judgement”
  • Ferman – “A man who is superior”
  • Ijtiba – “elected or approved”
  • Angela – “spread peace and love”
  • Maroun – “Saint’s name”
  • Farghan – “a wave of music”
  • Zaib – “beautiful woman”
  • Aaen – “Precious”
  • Tajamal – “Adornment”
  • Ihtishaam – “magnificent personality”

5.       Do a little research and find what is out there.

Research is important step for the first-time parents as well for those who do not know what sort of names people pick. You will be all good once you do a little internet research. You will also be able to find some great Lebanese names that you might consider now or in the future.

Here are some common baby names examples to help you:

HAMDY

  • Meaning: “One who deserves praise”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: comes from the Arabic origin. In Arabic the meaning of the name Hamdi is: One who deserves praise.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Dash”
  • Famous people with name: Hamdi Al Banbi (1935–2016), Egyptian engineer and politician.

MOUNA

  • Meaning: “wish or desire”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: primarily a male name of Arabic origin that means Desires, Wish.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Dash”
  • Famous people with name: Mona Charen (born 1957), American columnist and political analyst.

SARIA

  • Meaning: “princess”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: Saria is a Muslim Boy name which originates from the Arabic language.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Sariah”
  • Famous people with name: Saria al-Sawwas.

MANSOUR

  • Meaning: “He who is victorious”
  • Origin: “Egyptian Arabic”
  • Description: It was named for a battle in 1250 in which the Saracens destroyed a Crusader force, capturing King Louis IX of France and holding him and many of his knights to ransom.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Nasir, Nasser, Nasri, Nasrallah”
  • Famous people with name: Mansour bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Saudi royal and politician.

ZIAD

  • Meaning: “Abundance”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: used by Muslims and Christians alike, though it has special religious significance for some Muslims.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Ziyad, Zyad, Zeyad, Zijad”
  • Famous people with name: Zeyad Abdulrazak, Kuwaiti hurdler.

DJIBRIL

  • Meaning: “He who supports the world”
  • Origin: “Benin”
  • Description: found in Benin more than any other country or territory.
  • Spelling and Variations: “dash”
  • Famous people with name: Djibril Cissé.

SHAIM

  • Meaning: “A person that is fasting”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: baby boy name mainly popular in Muslim religion and its main origin is Arabic. Shaim name meanings is A person that is fasting.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Shaimaa, Shaimma, Shaimah, Abu shaima, Shaiman, Shaimi”
  • Famous people with name: “Dash”

NOUR

  • Meaning: “light”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: It can also be feminized as Nura or Noora. In Norse mythology Nór was the name of the founder king of Norway.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Dash”
  • Famous people with name: Nour El Deen Mahmoud Nour El Deen.

NAWAL

  • Meaning: “unmerited favour of God”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: act of kindness beyond what is due” or “grace, kindness, favour, charity”.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Dash”
  • Famous people with name: Nawal al-Hawsawi, Saudi Arabian pilot and activist.

BILAL

  • Meaning: “moist”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: was the name of one of the Companions of the Prophet Muhammad, who became the first muezzin (caller to prayer) in Islam.
  • Spelling and Variations: Bilel, Belal, Bilaal”
  • Famous people with name: Bilal Abdullah, British doctor of Iraqi descent behind the 2007 Glasgow International Airport attack.

RAISSA

  • Meaning: “rose”
  • Origin: “Hebrew”
  • Description: It is popular in Russia and South Asia (as a feminine form of Rais). It was also a historically typical female name amongst Jews of the Russian Empire.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Raisa or Raissa”
  • Famous people with name: Raisa Akhmatova, internationally recognized Chechen poet.

HANIA

  • Meaning: “a place to rest or to be happy”
  • Origin: “Hebrew”
  • Description: Hania as a girl’s name is of Hebrew and Arabic origin meaning “a place to rest or to be happy”.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Hannah, Hanna, Han, Hana”
  • Famous people with name: Hania Amar.

MAYSSA

  • Meaning: “graceful”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: an Arabic baby name. In Arabic the meaning of the name Maysa is: Graceful.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Dash”
  • Famous people with name: Maysa Matarazzo.

WADIH

  • Meaning: “Alone, one who likes solitude”
  • Origin: “Lebanese, Arabic”
  • Description: is of Lebanese, Arabic origin and is a Boy name. People with name Wadih are usually Muslim, Islam by religion.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Wadih”
  • Famous people with name: Wadih al-Siqlabi (died 1011), Slavic Muslim general in Spain.

NASSIM

  • Meaning: “breeze”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: It is mostly used in Middle Eastern and South Asian cultures and language groups.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Nasseem”
  • Famous people with name: Nassim Ben Khalifa.

6.       Consider names of the subsequent children.

Maybe, you are first time parents and figuring out some cool Lebanese name. It is a good idea to consider the names of subsequent children too.

7.       Avoid names with bad meanings.

Baby names with bad meanings can be a cause of embarrassment for you and your kid. Be sure to know the meaning of the name you are gonna pick and be sure it is encouraging and positive.

Here are some of the cool Lebanese names with meanings:

  • Adeline – “Noble or nobility”
  • Aleyna – “Awakening”
  • Iffaa – “keeps her faith alive”
  • Mubashir – “good news”
  • Aadab – “Hope and Need”
  • Qutab – “noble and venerabl”
  • Tijasar – “daring and fearless”
  • Sobia – “A well-dressed woman”
  • Vardah – “An Arabic word for rose”
  • Zoona – “A sensible, wise”
  • Waris – “heir, inheritor”
  • Battah – “Lebanon surname”
  • Aadil – “Justice”
  • Ikhlaaq – “A man with good demeanor”
  • Limees – “delicate and soft to touch”

8.       Pick up good people names from history.

The name of person has effect on his/her personality, it is said. Maybe, that’s the reason why people choose names from history. You can consider this as well. I am sure you have heard about many legends from the past. I bet you’d find some awesome and useable Lebanese names if you look into it.

We have a small list of Lebanese names here for you to check out and know if you have heard them before:

 JILALI

  • Meaning: “majesty’, ‘glory”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: It is also found in compound names such as Jalal ud-Din ‘Glory of Religion’.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Dash”
  • Famous people with name: Djillali Liabes.

HILEL

  • Meaning: “greatly praised”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: mainly popular in Muslim religion and its main origin is Arabic. Hilel name meanings is Crescent, The new moon.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Hilel”
  • Famous people with name: Simeon ben Hillel (1st century), son of Hillel the Elder.

IDRISS

  • Meaning: “interpreter”
  • Origin: “Welsh and Arabic”
  • Description: in the Islamic religion was a tailor and is believed to be the first person to write.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Idris”
  • Famous people with name: Idriss Aberkane (born 1986), French professor, author, and entrepreneur of Algerian decent.

MALIKA

  • Meaning: “queen”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: primarily a female name of Arabic origin that means Queen.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Dash”
  • Famous people with name: Judith Malika Liberman (born 1978), French storyteller, writer and teacher.

KAMI

  • Meaning: “Whose Desires Are Fulfilled”
  • Origin: “Indian”
  • Description: primarily a gender-neutral name of Indian origin that means Whose Desires Are Fulfilled.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Kamee, Kameigh, Kami, Kamie, Kamy”
  • Famous people with name: Kami Craig.

SEID

  • Meaning: “wolf”, “lion”
  • Origin: “German”
  • Description: from the Germanic personal name Sito, a short form of a compound name formed with sigi ‘victory’ as the first element.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Said or Sid”
  • Famous people with name: Said bin Sultan, Sultan of Muscat and Oman.

HEBA

  • Meaning: “Gift”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: primarily a female name of Arabic origin that means Gift.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Hiba”
  • Famous people with name: Heba El-Sisy.

SAMY

  • Meaning: “name of God”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: The girl’s name Samy additionally means “flower” and “listener”.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Sami, Samy, Samee”
  • Famous people with name: Sammy Adams (born 1987), American rapper and songwriter.

LAMIA

  • Meaning: “shining”
  • Origin: “Libyan-Greek”
  • Description: it may have been derived from the word which means “shining” or “radiant.” The Bosnian form of name is Lamija.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Lamija”
  • Famous people with name: Lamia Bahnasawy (born 1984), Egyptian archer.

NAHILA

  • Meaning: “The attainer, the achiever and the successful one”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: female given name of Arabic origin meaning The attainer, the achiever and the successful one.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Naila”
  • Famous people with name: Naila Al Atrash, Syrian actress and director.

ZENA

  • Meaning: “Hospitable”
  • Origin: “Greek”
  • Description: primarily a female name of Greek origin that means Hospitable.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Xena”
  • Famous people with name: Zena Dare (1887–1975), English singer and actress.

LAYAL

  • Meaning: “Nights”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: is an Arabic feminine given name, meaning Nights.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Laela, Laelah, Laila, Layla, Leila, Leilah, Leela, Leighla, Lejla, Leyla”
  • Famous people with name: Layla Ali, professional boxer and daughter of Muhammad Ali.

ELISSA

  • Meaning: “Oath of God”
  • Origin: Hebrew”
  • Description: Elissa is a feminine given name.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Elizabeth, Eliza, Alyssa, Elisa, Elisheba. Elissa”
  • Famous people with name: Dido, first Queen of Carthage, in some sources is referred to as Elissa.

ELIAS

  • Meaning: “The Lord is my God”
  • Origin: “English”
  • Description: It’s traditionally used as a name for boys but can be used for other genders.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Eliyyahu”
  • Famous people with name: Elias Disney, Canadian businessman and father to Walt Disney.

NOHA

  • Meaning: “Rest, a guide”
  • Origin: “Arabic”
  • Description: Biblical Names the meaning of the name Noha is: Rest, a guide.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Dash”
  • Famous people with name: Ryôko Shinohara in Shimotsuma monogatari as Actress.

9.       Make sure the first and second name fit with each other.

This happens rarely that the first and seconds names do not fit and meet each other well. It is, however, something you would not want.

Check out Lebanese names and try to make full names that fit each other nicely:

  • Zoraiz – “who spreads light”
  • Elie – “deeply loves God”
  • Ziad – “Enlarging”
  • Shanifa – “loyal, faithful”
  • Wafic – “Lebanese”
  • Sehrish – “enchanting personality”
  • Cyla – “ancient times”
  • Aadab – “Hope, need”
  • Armin – “Universal, army”
  • Idrees – “instructs or teaches”
  • Ghawer – “deliberation or depth”
  • Sameh – “one who is forgiving”
  • Byblos – “My father is joy”
  • Waleed – “baby or of tender age”
  • Bukhdan – “smooth and tender”

10.   Avoid names with too many syllables.

Baby names with too many syllables are complex. They are hard to remember. They should be avoided.

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Sharjeel Sial is passionate about learning new things; technology, automation, and AI. He helps the NamesFrog team in research and writing.

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