In many respects, human destiny depends on the fact,as it will be called. That's why parents who want their child only good, called his name, which has good value. Muslim names of boys are given only in families in which Islam is adopted. But because they are very unusual, beautiful and diverse, they are sometimes given in families where other beliefs are accepted.
For example, weak babies could be called Arthur,Aziz, Sabir, which meant "strong, strong," or Salman, Nazif, Aman - that is, healthy. In order for the child to be successful and rich in the future, there are Muslim names for Gani, Fayaz or Samat boys. To the boy grew up as a leader, you can call him Amirkhan, Malik, Amir, Rais, Emir, Sultan, Sardar.
It is worth mentioning the beautiful Muslim namesboys who were given to grow up stately and good. They are Zarif, Khusain, Hasan, Jamil, Elmir and Zinnat. There is also a belief that the next one is that the future youth should be happy, it is worth giving him the name worn by one of the prophets of the Most High. Among them - Abdul, Samat, Kavi, Idris, Ghaffar, Sabur, Yakub, Fatah, Aziz, Kadir, Rahim, Kayum and others.
In the mosque there are books in which writtenalmost all Muslim names of boys, as well as their meanings. There are times when parents make a decision to give the child a Russian name, however, the ritual of his censure is held in the mosque. In this case, you need the second, the Muslim one. It follows that the child will have two names.
In each name there is a certain meaning. And from him in the future will depend on the nature of the person, as well as his well-being and health. That is why many modern Muslim names of boys have a meaning that is meant to provide their carrier with happiness, intelligence and strength. What are just some of them ... Jigan, which means the universe, Dinar, translated as "precious" or Zaynullah, which means "decoration of Allah."
Today many parents adhere toMuslim traditions, and call children according to the rules of their religion. Recently, there were times when children were given completely absurd and meaningless names, which signified the adherence of mothers and popes to socialism. And this was a huge sin that clouded the mind of not one hundred Muslims.
But, fortunately, these times have passed. Today, there are many different Muslim names. It is only important to give your child something that would go to him more than everyone else, not to be mistaken. There are a lot of names, and all are worthy to be worn by children.