138 Sindhi Baby Names With Meanings

Sindhi is an ethnolinguistic, Indo-Aryan group, native to the Sindh province of Pakistan and India. The hardworking, dependable, and peaceful people of this community have names inspired profoundly by Sufi principles and doctrines. No wonder Sindhi names are so soothing and pleasing to the ears.

The Sindhi Hindus residing in India follow a modified form of the patronymic naming system, which usually ends in the suffix –ani. This suffix denotes descent from a male ancestor. Other naming experts opine that the suffix –ani is a Sindhi variation of Sanskrit word ‘ansh’, which means ‘descended from’. As for the first part of a Sindhi surname, it’s derived from the name of the region the ancestor was born in. Some people even add the first name of their great grandfather to the suffix –ani and adopt it as a family name.

In Northern Sindh, which falls in Pakistan, surnames ending in ‘ja’, which means ‘of’, are also common. Basically, the surname consists of a person’s native village followed by the suffix ‘ja’. Now that MomJunction has acquainted you with the naming conventions of Sindhis let’s take a look at some of Sindhi names for boys and girls below.

NAMESMEANINGGENDER
AabirahSomething that is fleeting, transitory, ephemeral.Girl
AabishName of Sa'd's daughter. Also the name of a queen of Iran.Girl
AalimahA woman of high stature and authority. A female scholar.Girl
AamilahOne who always does what's right. A righteous woman.Girl
AaminahSafe and secureGirl
AaniAani was the name of a poetess and scholar in Qastaniniyah.Girl
AaqilahA woman who is extremely intelligent.Girl
AbasahName of Al-Mahdi's daughter.Girl
Abdul MubdeeSlave of the originatorBoy
Abdul NoorSlave of the one who Is light.Boy
Abdul-AdheemServant of the greatest.Boy
Abdul-BaaqiServant of the everlastingBoy
Abdul-HafeedhServant of the preserverBoy
Abdul-MueidServant of the restorerBoy
Abdul-MutaaleeServant of the most exaltedBoy
Abdul-QaiyoumServant of the self-sustainingBoy
Abdur-RaqeebServant of the watchfulBoy
Abdur-RaufServant of the most kind, Allah. Slave of the compassionateBoy
Abdus-SabourServant of the patient and kind.Boy
Abdus-SameeiServant of the all-hearingBoy
Abdus-ShaheedServant of the witnessBoy
Abdus-ShakurServant of the appreciativeBoy
Abdus-SmadSlave of the eternalBoy
AbeedahA devout worshipperGirl
AbqurahA woman with a genius mind.Girl
AbyadThe narrator of HadithBoy
AdawiName of Sayyidina Umer's grandson.Boy
Adbul-QawiServant of the most powerfulBoy
Aduz ZahirSlave of the manifest.Boy
AfdalBetter than others, excellentBoy
AfeerahSomething covered with soil or dust.Girl
AidhName of a reciter of the Holy QuranBoy
AigharA religious and righteous woman.Girl
AjeebahA female narrator of Hadith.Girl
AjlahBald or hairless. It's the name of a narrator of Hadith.Boy
Akbanimore common as last name or surnameBoy
AkifahA woman who likes to stay busy and occupied.Girl
AmilahOne who keeps her hope alive at every situation, hopeful.Girl
AnasA group of people, affection, love, pleasant companionshipBoy
AnasahThe freed slave of the Prophet had this name.Boy
ArshaqHandsome, and well proportioned.Boy
AsbaghColored animal, huge flood or dyer.Boy
AseedName of a narrator of Hadeeth.Boy
AzraqThe color blue. Also the name of a companion of Prophet Muhammad.Boy
AzraqiAzraqi was a person of high authority in the history and geography of Makkah.Boy
BadiyahA Sindhi term for desert.Girl
BaghawiResidents of Bagh Or Bagshur in Khurasan.Boy
BahhathExaminerBoy
BahiyyahRadiant and beautiful.Girl
BahlawanOne who is excellent in acrobatics, an acrobat.Boy
BajalaOne who is honored or venerated.Boy
BakhtariA narrator of Hadith had this name.Boy
BakkarA reciter of Quran had this name.Boy
BaleelMoistureBoy
BarraqShining or glowingBoy
BarzahName of a female narrator of Hadith.Girl
BasbasBasbas was the name of Ibn Nafees's slave. She was beautiful and had a melodious voice.Girl
BatinahSomething hidden or innate.Girl
BazamIt was the name of the TabieeBoy
BisharahName of a female narrator of Hadith.Girl
BuhayyahName of a freed female slave.Girl
BulhutBulhut is the name of narrator of Hadith.Boy
BunanahName of Yazid Al-Abshamiyah's daughter.Girl
BuqayrahName of a female narrator of Hadith.Girl
BusrahShe was Prophet's companion who lived until the era of Muawiyah.Girl
DaaminGuarantee and surety.Boy
DabbahLatch or door Lock.Boy
DafiyahA female narrator of Hadith.Girl
DaghfalName of the first Islamic geologist.Boy
DakhilForeigner, or stranger.Boy
DameerHeart or conscience.Boy
DamurahSparkle of light, or fire.Boy
DawlahRiches, splendor and happiness.Boy
DevakumarThe son of God.Boy
DevidasServant of a GoddessBoy
DhiyaLight and splendour.Boy
DhulName of Prophet Muhammad's sword.Boy
DiqrahA female narrator of Hadith.Girl
DujanahRainGirl
FadeelahOne who is learned and distinguished.Girl
FaeqOne who has the ability to surpass anyone, Excellent.Boy
FaiqahA successful woman.Girl
FakeehA boy with a cheerful disposition.Boy
FakhtahSindhi term for dove.Girl
FakihahA Sindhi fruit.Girl
FaqeehJurist, or scholar of religious laws.Boy
FaqihAn Islamic legal expert.Boy
FarafisaName of Prophet's companion.Boy
FarkhandahA happy and lucky womanGirl
FaseehahEloquentGirl
FaseelahA Sindhi term for some distanceGirl
FudaylA learned or scholarly woman.Girl
FujaiName of Prophet's companion.Boy
FusaylahA Sindhi term for some distanceGirl
FuseelahA female narrator of Hadith.Girl
GhalibahA woman of dominating nature.Girl
GhareebahStrange or foreignGirl
GhitbahA female narrator of Hadith.Girl
GhuzayyahA female narrator of Hadith.Girl
GulabraiGulabrai means the rose flower. It is the mesculine of gulaab name.Boy
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