Bayan

Bayan is a name of boy, the origin of Bayan name is Arabic. its meaning Another name for the Quran .

Name:Bayan
Meaning:Another name for the Quran
Urdu Meaning:قرآن کا ایک اور نام
Gender:Boy
Origin:Arabic

Names Meanings Similar to Bayan

  • Aula , Another name for Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
  • Balagh , Another name for the Quran
  • Basair , Another name for the Quran
  • Bayan , Another name for the Quran
  • Faatir , Another name for God, originator
  • Fard , Another name for God, unequalled
  • Ghafir , Another name for God, generous
  • Ghayur , Another name for God, haughty
  • Hananan , Another name for God, generous
  • Hayder , Means lion in Arabic This was another name of Ali, the husband of Fatima - daughter of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

Bayan Name Meaning in Urdu

Bayan is a good name for boys, its origin is Arabic. Bayan name meaning in Urdu "قرآن کا ایک اور نام" and English meaning is "Another name for the Quran ". Some people like Muslim baby names that sound similar, so for them similar sounding names of Bayan are Abyan, Adyan, Ahyan, Aryan, Ayan, Bayan, Daiyan, Dayyan, Diyan, Hayyan, Parents want their child to have a good name because by giving a good name to the child, his personality doesn't need introduction. It is a symbol of any individual that he will be addressed by that name in this world and in the hereafter, so Bayan can be a name for your baby boy with good meaning.

The best source of Islamic baby names for children is the Arabic language, you will find children's names with good meanings in Urdu and Persian as well. Naming your new born babies is a very difficult task in people's life but we try to make this step easy, you can easily choose your Muslim baby name by visiting this website.

Q. What is the meaning of Bayan?

Bayan name meaning is "Another name for the Quran ".

Q. What is the origin of Bayan?

Bayan name origin is Arabic.

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