The Muslim girl should be called Arabic (Turkish, Persian, Tatar) name that corresponds to its religion. Many hesitate to do it, silly by following something "trendy" and not knowing that thereby the preference for a different culture. Besides, you can always find a compromise - Arabic names is similar to the West. For example, Darina, Safia, Dana, Alsu, Rome, Darius and others.
Name the baby girl named daughters or wives of the prophet: Fatima, Zainab, Rukia, Umm Kulthum, Khadijah, Aisha. In addition, a Muslim may call her differently. The main thing that it does not contradict Shariah law.
You need to give the child a good name, carefully pick it out. It has a psychological effect on him and those who turns to him. If you name your daughter a name of a plant, flower or tree, it just can't go wrong. For example, Rayhan (Basil), Gulnara (pomegranate flower), Aigul (moon flower), Warda (rose) and others. They carry positive energy, everything growing on the Earth is identified with life.
Muslim girl can be named after relatives of women: grandmothers, aunts, nieces, and great-grandmother. But note that along with the inherited name of your daughter can be passed on the fate of its owner or his illness. So better think about whether to do it.
Consider the features of your ethnicity. Muslims and representatives of other religions, divided into nationalities. Every nation has its own customs, traditions and way of life. It all can be like the life of other Muslims. And with names. For example, the Tatar girl is not suitable Dargin name or Vice versa, because each nation has historically developed their own names they call their children.
According to Muslim law, the child should be called on his first day of birth or within the first week. Later the rite of naming is contrary to religion.
When girls gripe consult a representative of spiritual authority.
Advice 2 : How to call a child a Muslim
Muslim names symbolic. They determine the future of a child and carry some information about the person. The basic principle in choosing a Muslim name is permitted by Shariah.
When choosing a Muslim name for your child, be sure to consult a special dictionary-dictionary. It not only lists all the names, but also explains what means and how to translate a particular name.
Islam stands out five categories of names that are considered good. The best of them for boys Abdullah and Abdurrahman. They are the favorite names of Allah.
Good also are the names denoting the worship of and obedience to Allah. It's like Abdulaziz, Abdulmalik, Abdurrahim, Abdussalam.
You can select the name of a prophet or messenger. The best of which are Muhammad and Ahmad and, Musa, ISA and Ibrahim.
The next category are the names of the Prophet's companions and the righteous slaves of Allah.
Calling the child a Muslim name, remember that he to live with him. So choose one that will not cause discomfort and negative reactions from others. And also not to create any problems in the future.
Unwanted names include expressing humility or servanthood not to Allah. For example, Abd ar-Rasul means Messenger, servant, and Abd-al-Amir translated as servant ruler. It is not necessary to give their children names of angels and verses of the Qur'an, such as Yasin and TA-Ha, as well as designating sin (Soric thief), some animals (Khimar is a jackass).
Do not add to the name the words "Dean" and "Islam". For example, Nur UD-DIN, which means the light of religion, or, Well, the wheel-Islam, which translates as the light of Islam. It is not necessary to add any words to the name of Allah (Hesabu-llah). The only exception is the word "Abd", which is considered acceptable. For Example, Abdullah.
Look at the name from different angles. Listen to him on harmony and compatibility with the prefix Abu. Think how it will fit children your son. And will sound like "Son of so-and-so, son of so-and-so", as is customary in Islam.
Choosing a name according to Muslim tradition remains with the father. But it is desirable to know opinion about the name and the mother of the baby.