Muslim Girls Names Starting with M

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منهل
Fountains, spring of salubrious water.
منحلة
Spring, Name of many Arab women
منهية
Manhiyyah is an Arabic name for girls that generous, giving.
منزهة
Manizha is a Persian name for girls. It is the name of a character in the Shahnameh epic, daughter of Afrasiab and lover of Bizhan.
مانجا
Manja is an Arabic name for girls that means place of rescue, place of safety.
من
Gift, present, favour, benefit, boon.
مننا
Bountiful, generous, fem. of mannan.
منت
Prayer
مينليا
Magnolia
منصور
Assisted, victorious
منصوره
Supporter, victorious
منصرية
Mansuriyyah is an Arabic name for girls that means victor, triumphant.
منظورة
Approved of, chosen, promising, fem. of Manzoor.
منظومة
Poem or song
منظوره
Manzurah is an Arabic name for girls that means seen, visible. It also means anticipated, foreseen, expected.
مقبولة
Accepted, admitted, granted, approved, fem. of Maqbool.
مقبوله
A noted woman of the past had this name Maqboolah Hanim.
مقبوله
Maqbulah is an Arabic name for girls that means accepted, approved, especially a prayer that has been accepted by God.
مقصودة
Intended, destined.
مقصوره
Maqsurah is an Arabic name for girls that means one who lives in ease and luxury.
مرام
Aspiration
مارب
Wish, desire, purpose, use, aim, sing. of Marib.
مره
Happiness, joy
مرام
Wish, desire, aspiration.
مرنة
Maranat is the Turkish form of the Arabic word Maranah which means gentleness, softness. It is used for girls.
مرضيه
One who is loved and respected by all
مريخ
Mareekh is an Arabic name for boys and girls that is a synonym of Murdasanj , which is a chemical that was used in Medieval times in alchemy and medicine. In English it is known as lead monoxide (chemical formula PbO).
مريرة
Strong, Powerful, Rope
مريره
Mareerah is an Arabic name for girls that means strong, resolved, firm of will.
مرجحا
Marghaa is an Arabic name for girls that means garden, meadow, green field, an area of land covered with thriving plants and trees. It is a variant of Marghah.