Tanasha Donna has revealed that her son with Diamond Platnumz will bear an Islamic name.
Tanasha who is days away from giving birth revealed that as much as she is in the limelight, she fears revealing too much because of people with “evil intentions” towards her baby.
“I am afraid that bad and evil people will harm him, we have already discussed the name but we can not share it at the moment.”
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Tanasha show is a Christian will name her child based on her baby daddy’s religion, Islam.
That said, we will make the work easier for the baby’s parents by outlining a number of cute baby boy names and what they mean.
One who is a true worshipper of Allah
Servant of God
The name is of Arabic origin and is one of the most popular names.
The Arabic name means “two springs”, “two fountains”.
The name is mentioned twice in the Quran in Surat ar-Rahman in verses 55:50 and 55:66.
The Arabic origin name means ‘victory’, ‘triumph’.
The name is mentioned 19 times in the Quran.(Quran 37:60).
The Quranic name means ‘winner’, ‘successful’.
The name is derived from the Urdu FWZ root, meaning to win and is used multiple times in the Quran.
The widely popular name means ‘wise, insightful, and decisive’.
Reference of the name is made in verse 44:4 in one of the 97 mentions of the ‘Al’. (Quran 44:4)(Quran 3:58)
The Arabic origin name means ‘praise’.
The name is mentioned 43 times in the Quran. (Quran 14:39)
The Quranic name of Arabic origin means ‘beautiful’, ‘handsome’, ‘gentle’.
The name is derived from the It is derived from the H6-S-N qurnic root. The name was also given to the grandson of Prophet Muhammad.(Quran 11:3)
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The Quranic name means ‘to enliven’.
Imara is mentioned in verse 9:19 of the Holy Quran.
The Arabic origin name means ‘God is my strength’.
Jibreel is mentioned three times in the Quran. The name was mentioned for the angel of revelation in the Quran, known as Gabriel in English. (Quran 66:4.)
The Quranic name means ‘perfection’, ‘completeness’, ‘wholeness’, ‘pinnacle’.
Derived from the K-M-L Quranic root, the name is an indirect names from the Holy Quran that may be just perfect for your little one.(Quran 5:3)
The Quranic name is of Arabic origin meaning ‘generous’, ‘honorable’, ‘kindhearted’, ‘noble’, ‘excellent’.
Reference of the name is made almost 27 times in the Quran. (Quran 8:4)
The popular Quran name means ‘royal’, ‘kingly’.
It is derived from the K-W-N -meaning ‘to be’, ‘to exist’ root which is used in many places in the Quran.(Quran 19:35)
The name derived from the Arabic word ‘hamid’ and is also the name of last prophet of Islam.
The name of Arabic origin means ‘helper’, ‘one who helps someone achieve victory or success’.
The only mention of the name can be found in the Quran in verse 72:24.
The popular Quranic name means ‘highness’, ‘sublimity’, ‘high rank’, ‘power’.
The name comes from the R-F-AIN Quranic root.(Quran 4:154)
Pure, just, righteous, pious.
The name for boys is of Arabic origin meaning ‘high’, ‘lofty’, ‘towering’, ‘above all others’.
Mainly derived from the SH-M-KH root which is used in the Holy book of Quran in verse 77:27.
The indirect Quranic name for boys means ‘always victorious’, ‘always successful’, ‘always triumphant’.
It is derived from the DHA-F-R root which is used in verse 48:24.
The indirect Quranic name means ‘victor’, ‘successful one’, ‘triumphant one’.
The name is derived from the DHA-F-R root used in the verse 48:24 of the Quran