Faraqlit is a name of boy, the origin of Faraqlit name is Arabic. its meaning Who distinguishes truth from false .

Meaning:Who distinguishes truth from false
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Names Meanings Similar to Faraqlit

  • Abdul afuw , Slave of the one who pardons
  • Abdul bais , Slave of the one who raises
  • Abdul mani , Slave of one who prevents
  • Abdul muhyee , Slave of the one who gives life.
  • Abdul muntaqim , Slave of him who punishes wrongdoings and seizes retribution
  • Abdul noor , Slave of the one who is Light
  • Abdul raafi , Servant of the One Who Raises (intellect, esteem), One who Elevates
  • Abdul rafi , Servant of the One Who Raises, Elevates (intellect, esteem)
  • Abdus sattar , Slave of the one who conceals faults
  • Abthi , One who lives in Abtah, a place near Makkah

Faraqlit Name Meaning in Urdu

Faraqlit is a good name for boys, its origin is Arabic. Faraqlit name meaning in Urdu "" and English meaning is "Who distinguishes truth from false ". Some people like Muslim baby names that sound similar, so for them similar sounding names of Faraqlit are Faraqlit, Salit, 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 Faraqlit can be a name for your baby boy with good meaning.

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Q. What is the meaning of Faraqlit?

Faraqlit name meaning is "Who distinguishes truth from false ".

Q. What is the origin of Faraqlit?

Faraqlit name origin is Arabic.


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