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A name of Arabic origin, the meaning of Shadi is 'singer'. It is a name typically given to boys and is a popular name choice in Arabic-speaking countries.

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Arabic

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According to its Arabic origin, the meaning of Shafiq is 'merciful', 'compassionate', 'kindness' and 'tenderness'. The name Shafiq is generally considered by parents who are primarily looking for a baby boy's name. It is a common name in Arabic-speaking countries.

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Arabic

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A name of Arabic origin, the meaning of Shakil is 'handsome', 'good-looking'. Another meaning is 'comely'. It is typically a name given to baby boys.

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Arabic

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A name of Arabic origin, the meaning of Shakir is 'grateful', 'appreciative' and 'thankful'. It is a name typically chosen for baby boys.

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Arabic

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The meaning of Shamar is 'fennel'. It is of Arabic origin. Another meaning of the name Shamar is 'ready for battle'. In Hebrew, the name Shamar means 'to keep'.

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Arabic

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Shareef is of Arabic origin. It is traditionally a boy's name. The meaning of Shareef is 'noble' or 'highborn'. Shareef is the plural masculine form of Ashraf. In Urdu, it means 'illustrious'. Other meanings of Shareef are 'virtue', 'decent', 'honorable', 'elderly', and 'good'. Descendants of Prophet Muhammad hold the title Shareef.

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Arabic

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Shariah is of Arabic origin and the meaning of Shariah is 'law'. Shariah is the code of law outlined in the Quran and Harith. It also has examples and teachings of the Islamic Prophet Mohammed. Babies named Shariah are known to live their lives according to God's will and teachings. This name has become popular since the '00s in the United States. It is typically a name given to baby boys.

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Arabic

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Traditionally a boy's name, the meaning of Sharif is 'noble' and is of Arabic origin. The name also means 'eminent', 'honest', 'honorable' and 'highborn'.

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Arabic

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The meaning of Sherif is 'noble', 'highborn', or 'honourable'. The name is of Arabic origin, and is mostly used as a surname. There are a few famous people who bear the surname Sherif, including Amro Sherif and Muzafer Sherif.

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Arabic

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The meaning of Shihab is ‘shooting star', 'meteor', 'flame', 'blaze’ and the name is of Arabic origin. It is a common first name in the Middle East. A historical figure with this name is Shihab-ud-din Omar, the third Sultan of the Khalji dynasty in India. Another historical figure is Shihab-ad-din GHori who was the Sultan of the Ghurid Empire from 1202 to 1206.

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Arabic

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A name of Arabic origin, the meaning of Shukri is 'thankful' and 'grateful'. Shukri is considered a masculine name and is usually chosen as a name for baby boys. It is a common name in Arabic-speaking countries and is both a first name and a surname. Notable people with this name include Shukri al-Asali, an Ottoman parliamentarian and Shukri Mustafa who is an Egyptian Khariji.  

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Arabic

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The name Sina is traditionally used for girls and it is of Arabic origins. The meaning of Sina is as precious as it sounds - ‘treasure’. If you stumble across treasure, you would consider yourself very lucky and in a similar vein, Sina also means 'blessed one' or 'fortunate one'. Sina also has its roots in the Irish language, coming from the Irish name Sheena, which is the Old English version of Sine. Sine is the Scottish equivalent of Jane, which means ‘the Lord Almighty is gracious’. Alternatively, Sina also can be used to refer to ‘a son of the Mount Sinai’. Mount Sinai, also known as Jabal Musa, is a famous mountain in Egypt, located in the Sinai Peninsula. As per the Holy Bible, Moses stayed at this mountain for forty days and nights to take down the Ten Commandments from God. Hence, this is one of the sacred locations for the followers of all Abrahamic religions.

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Arabic

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The name Sinan is of Arabic origins and it is traditionally used by parents who are looking for a name for their son. It is said to have been from the Arabic word sanna, indicating ‘to pound’, ‘to whet’, or ‘a sharpened point’. According to these origins, the meaning of Sinan is interpreted to be ‘spearhead’ or ‘a spear’. One of the several notable public figures known to have this name is the heavyweight professional boxer from Turkey, Sinan Şamil Sam.

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Arabic

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The name Subhan is of Arabic origins and it is traditionally used by parents who are looking for a name for their son. It has been taken from the Arabic term implying ‘appreciation’ or ‘glory’. It comes from the phrase Subhan Allah or Subhanallah, expressing ‘praise to Allah’ or ‘glory to Allah’. According to these origins, the meaning of Subhan is interpreted to be ‘glory’ or ‘praise’. One of the several notable public figures known to have this name is Subhan Quli Qutb Shah. He was the third Sultan of the Qutb Shahi dynasty.

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Arabic

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Suhaib is of Arabic origin and it is traditionally a boy's name. The meaning of Suhaib is ‘reddish’ or someone who has ‘reddish hair’. Other variations of the name are Suhayb and Sahib. A well-known personality with the name is Suhaib Ilyasi, an Indian TV director and producer.

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Arabic

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The meaning of Suhayl is 'star', 'gentle' and the name is of Arabic origin. It is the name of the star Canopus, the second brightest star in the whole sky and the brightest star in the southern hemisphere. Another meaning of this name is 'easy'.

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Arabic

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The name Sulaiman is most often used as a name for boys, and it is of Arabic origin. The meaning of Sulaiman is 'man of peace'. Sulaiman may be a Quranic title for boys and it is additionally the Arabic form of the English name Solomon. Sulayman is another alternate spelling of Sulaiman.

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