747 Persian Baby Names With Meanings

Persian Empire, stretching from the Mediterranean to the Indus River, is considered one of the most culturally advanced empires to date. And also an empire with a complex linguistic and political history. Ancient Persian language was basically an Indo-European language influenced by Italian, Russian, and English, with its own writing system. The Islamic conquests made Arabic the language of Persia. But later, the Islamized Persian ruling revived Persian as the literary language. Thus Persian names have Arabic, ancient Persian, and Turkish sources.

Persian names, embodying advanced civilization, elegance, and royalty, have been gaining extreme importance in the US as well. The names of the Persian speakers residing in Iran consist of a first name and a family name. Parents give the first name to their child at the time of birth or on the sixth day. The family name is inherited from the father or mother. A Persian first or family name can have multiple parts but have to be distinguished clearly as a first or last name.

With so many beautiful Persian baby names, it could get a bit cumbersome and confusing for parents to select one. To narrow down the list, MomJunction has compiled a list of Persian baby names with meaning. Keep reading!

NAMESMEANINGGENDERFAVOURITES
CasperOne who is a treasurerBoy
CyrusFar seeing young individualBoy
DariaTrustworthy natured personGirl
DarianGift sent from heaven on EarthBoy
DarienRoyal giftGirl
DariusRich and KindBoy
EstherSweet; Star; Planet Venus; The Babylonian goddess of love; Fifth Century Queen of PersiaGirl
JasminA name of the flowerGirl
JasmineName of the Jasmin flowerGirl
JasperOne who brings treasureBoy
JavionOne who is made out of clayBoy
JavonA name fro GreeceBoy
JazminTall plant that has beautiful flowers which give sweet fragrance.Girl
JazmineJasmineUnisex
KasperKaser means A treasured secretBoy
KyraKyra means Throne, SunGirl
MargaretPearlGirl
YasminaJasmine flowerGirl
YasmineJasmine flowerGirl
AafreenAfareen is a Persian name for girls, sometimes also used for Boys, that means "to praise", "to give thanks", "to congratulate", it is also an expression of praise and gratitudeGirl
Abdalbaritrue follower of AllahBoy
Abdalfattahthe Servant of the One who Gives NourishmentBoy
Abdalhadithe Servant of the LeaderBoy
Abdalhakimthe Servant of the Wise OneBoy
Abdalhalimthe Servant of the Patient OneBoy
Abdalhamidthe one who is Servant of the Praiseworthy OneBoy
Abdaljabbarthe Servant of the ComforterBoy
Abdaljabirthe servant of the one who helps othersBoy
Abdaljawwadthe Servant of the Noble OneBoy
Abdalkadirthe Servant of the CapableBoy
Abdalkarimthe Servant of the Generous OneBoy
Abdallafifthe one who is a Servant of the Kind OneBoy
Abdallahthe Servant of AllahBoy
Abdalmajidthe Servant of the Glorious OneBoy
Abdalmalikthe one who is Servant of the KingBoy
Abdalmatinthe Servant of the StrongBoy
Abdalmufithe Servant of the DonorBoy
Abdalmuhsinthe Servant of the Charitable OneBoy
Abdalqadirthe one being Servant of the CapableBoy
Abdalrahimthe Servant of the CompassionateBoy
Abdalrahmanbeing Servant of the MercifulBoy
Abdalrashidthe Servant of the well GuidedBoy
Abdalraufthe servant of sympatheticBoy
Abdalraziqbeing Servant of the ProviderBoy
Abdalrazzaqthe Servant of the helperBoy
Abdalsalamthe Servant of PeaceBoy
Abdalsamithe one who is Servant of the All-hearingBoy
Abdalwahabthe Servant of the GivingBoy
Abdelatithe one being Servant of AllahBoy
Abdelfattahthe one being Servant of the One who treat others with tendernessBoy
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