A lot of Arabic last names with meanings you will read about it in this article.
The last civilization that passed through the Arab world and still exists in it is the Islamic civilization.
But, this civilization was preceded by a group of ancient civilizations in the Arab world.
The locations of these civilizations varied, whether in the Arabian Peninsula or in the Levant, even in the Maghreb.
These civilizations were cumulative civilizations that took hundreds of years in relation to the civilization and the prevailing system of government.
It went through many stages of evolution and development.
Among these civilizations:
- Sheba civilization
- Babylonian civilization
- The Himyarite civilization
- Classical civilization
And many more.
Many books have traced the history of civilizations in all the world, whether ancient civilizations in the Arab world or outside it.
Among these books was a book on the history of ancient world civilizations.
It talked about these civilizations, their social system, cultural production, economic resources, political systems, and moral traditions.
As a result of all these countries and civilizations, there must be a large number of Arabic last names that have survived to this day.
Arabic last names with meanings :
1.Tharwat: A Turkish name, originally from the Arabic, Tharwat, which means a lot of money
2.Raafat: A Turkish name, the origin of the Arab, is compassion, a great deal of mercy and kindness.
3.Tharaa: It has many meanings, richness in mind and intellect, richness in material and moral.
All people aspire to enrichment in their lives.
4.Sabouni: the name of a family’s craft, relative to soap, which is its maker or seller, and it is an ancient Arab craft.
5.Shammar: An ancient masculine Arabic name meaning al-muhajarib, the past in matters.
The name of the tribe whose home is between the Tigris and the Euphrates in the north.
6.Baz: An Arabic name meaning a type of hawk, the most arrogant prey, and the narrowest in character. It is used in hunting.
7.Jahm: an Arabic name, frowning in the face, which denies the eternal qualities and increases them with things.
8.Junadah: Arabic name, soldiers and fighters.
It is also the name of a companion navy commander
9.Jalawan: An Arabic masculine name, pronounced truth-revealing.
10.Marah: the intensity of joy and activity.
11.Mulhab: beauty – the abundant hair of men.
12.Muzn: water clouds.
14.Mataa: full of good – very good.
15.Mabkhout: the lucky ones.
16.Mustafa: who was chosen.
17.Mutamem: the woman who gives birth to twins.
19.Hariz: fortified and impregnable, and an updated name for trust.
20.Sharifa: pure, respectful and polite.
21.Al-Anoud: means strong, adorned, beloved, very popular, smart, ambitious.
22.Daeej: Too dark in the eye.
23.Rakheem: soft fluffy.
24.Oneez: an animal made of lamb.
25.Otaiba: Derived from blame.
26.Shammar: It means reducing the length of something such as a dress, for example, and it means that he has determination, because the bent man pulls his sleeve or his garment at the feet.
27.Yam: The name of the son of God’s Prophet, Noah, who drowned in the flood.
28.Lam: It means linking parts of something, fixing it, or mending between two teams.
29.Saksaka: What courage.
30.Shakam: Iron placed in the mouth of the mare to restrain it, and it also means strong determination.
31.Namara: means fortress or castle, and an example is Namara al-Sultan in Damascus.
32.Kinda: The piece of the mountain, but it stopped me that it has another name, as some of the pheasants mentioned it as a title for a bull
33.Otter: A mammal that lives in the water today called the otter.
34.Odra: She is a mane.
35.Bly: I mean, old, and I think that the name Belli is older than we can imagine, as it was mentioned in the writings of Herodotus.
36.Juhayna: means relative.
37.Nahed: He is the honorable man who rises to supreme affairs.
38.Alqin: the dancer or the slave girl.
39.Shi’a al-Lat: meaning the partisan of Lat.
40.Filly: Small Perseus.
41.Bahraa: The dazzle of the thing, meaning its superior and its victory, and the dazzling of the women who have conquered them with beauty.
43.Azad: means lion in one of the ancient Yemeni dialects.
And one of them explained that in Qadisiyah.
44.Laus: is a lynx of the cat family, and it has two long hairs on its ears and a short tail.
45.Khazraj: It is the south wind, and the Arabs liked it because it was cold and cooled down the heat.
46.Khuza’a: means separated from their people.
47.Thamala: means drunkenness from drinking wine, and it is the name of the Azdiah tribe, including the famous Al-Thamali narrator.
48.Lahab: it means fire.
49.Gathmeh: the giant male gathm.
50.Dosser: means the army.
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51.Tafawah: the sun’s corona
52.Qutaiba: which is a camel.
53.Ghaney: a lot of money, indispensable people
54.Bahelah: mean damn.
55.Maan: That is, the flowing liquid, which is a metaphor for generosity and generosity is like flow
56.Hawazen: it is a famous bird in the desert
57.Jusham: means the one who endures hardship
58.Ghazia: Many invaders
59.Saasaah: a bird perched in the desert, and it also means dispersal
60.Zaghabah: the feathers above the chick.
61.Riah: It was said that the wind was strong and it was said that drinking a lot of wine.
62.Carfah: means smelling, and it means good smell.
63.Sawwaah: Anyone who does to the enemy what he hates.
64.Raas: An exaggerated formula of the presidency.
65.Aqeel: It means a disciplined person who has good morals.
66.Khafajah: The crooked man is the arched man.
67.Zamil: Any equivalent to his counterpart.
68.Slim: a healthy body
69.Mazen: That is, a lot of generosity, which is like a balustrade, that is, the clouds in their precipitation
70.Mirdas: The stone is thrown into the well to know its depth, and the broad, solid thing was said.
71.Bahez: Shake and push
72.Zaab: the full and used for the valley if it was filled with water
73.Ral: whose shoots and tears came out
74.aseea: refusing to do things or difficult to get her.
75.Lapid: it means a lot of manes, which is the hair around the head of a lion
76.Ghatfan: For long hair on his head and eyelids
77.Abes: It is not worn on the skin of the tail, and frowning is derived from it, i.e. hatred of the face.
78.Rawaha: That is, one who brings many souls to his family
79.Zebian: He is the one whose lip melted, meaning it emerged
80.Fazara: female tiger
81.Shamakh: From the glory, which is the superiority
82.Gas: It is the prowl around, i.e. hanging out in it upright.
83.Tamim: meaning the owner of a strong and full body.
84.Adi: means the one capable of the enemy, or the one who is most hostile.
85.Tim: It means passion and love.
86.Jerboa: a habitable desert rat family.
87.Dibba: It is derived from the animal lizard, which is a famous desert vegetative lizard.
88.Darm: It means fat.
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89.Hun: meaning humiliation, and it means easy in the Quraysh language.
90.Qarrah: that is, those gathered together in one decision
91.Adal: Preventing marriage , and it meant in ignorance the strong who can prevent people
92.Al-Dish: It has no meaning.
93.Faqas: Al-Azhari said, I do not know what its origin in Arabic
94.Dodan: Very wormy.
95.Ghadaa: Skin that has tanned well is a metaphor for the beauty and freshness of the skin.
96.Walba: the implant grows from the other veins.
97.Kaen: The man whose nose tip rose.
98.Banu Sidon: And he is proud of himself.
99.Naameh: Ostrich , the name of the famous giant bird.
100.Kenana: It is a leather vessel in which you carry arrows.
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102.Laith: One of the names of the lion.
103.Doaol: an animal of the Neradic family, less than a wolf in size.
104.Domomr: is a small abdomen.
105.Jadhima: leprosy of the thing meaning that it cut quickly, and it also means the man from whom the part affected by leprosy was cut.
106.Medlej: He walks at the beginning of the night, and also means the hedgehog, because he walks at night.
107.Hashem: Whoever breaks down food.
108.Al-Muttaleb: means that he seeks the enemy and is chasing him.
109.Al-Abbas: He frowns a lot, and frowns on the face, unlike laughing, and it is one of the names of Assad.
110.Nofal: means the sea, meaning that it is a generous one.
111.Al-Zubayr: That is, the one who abhors a great deal of rebuke and rebuke.
112.Zahra: the name of a planet in the solar system.
113.Tim: It means love and passion.
114.Makhzoum: means tied in his nose with a ring, and that was for the strong camel that he feared.
115.Adi: means the one capable of the enemy, or the one who is most hostile.
116.Adram: meaning fat or fat.
117.Fahr: means hard rock.
119.Taglissah: The Church
120.Bybus: The Priest
122.Elephantine: the great jar.
124.Tishmegan: the slaves
125.Mouzila: Ezzel mourning
126.Dabbashi: a seller of legumes.
127.Amzouar: the first.
129.Chefchaouen: The Centuries
131.Gizan: a priest.
132.Kunduz: the calf.
133.Dokki: the harpoon.
136.Fakron: Male turtle.
137.Shalgam: the mustache.
138.Kazawil: means short
142.Magorah: Rashid, Hakim.
145.Qurim: a bowl with two lugs
146.Gargum: a gland in the neck.
148.Qirqab: an olive presse – the castle.
149.Zatfa: the black
150.Nasmah: air breeze.
151.Emsofin: The Sufis
152.Tawji: With a pale face.
153.Tawergha: his son yellowed.
154.Tabadot: a water channel
155.Teles: the plight
156.Tagma: the thigh
157.Rakid: Yahya or he lives.
159.Bills: olive pomace
160.Bawazin: dry bread
163.Albess: It is said that in the thirties, there was a woman who raised a lot of cats because she had no children.
But after a long time she gave birth to children, and people called her children cats.
The family nickname started from this story to become the Al Bass family.
164.Sharshouh: A Lebanese family named after a Syrian village named “Im Sharshouh”
165.Al-Barghash: The family’s ancestors were sweet lovers. And insects (midges) abound in their homes.
166.Muqeir: The ancestors of the old family used to build ships and anoint them with a substance known as “bitumen”.
167.Al-Emadi: A great religious Turkish family came from Bukhara in Turkestan.
168.Al Qabbani: It is the family of the great poet Nizar Qabbani.
169.Abu Labada: One of the famous Rifai families in the Al-Midan neighborhood.
They attributed them to their grandfather, Mr. Mahmoud Ibn Ragheb Bin Muhammad Saleh Al-Jandali Al-Rifa`i, the famous Babadah
170.Ostwany: from the famous scientific families.
Named after Sheikh Shihab Al-Din Ahmed bin Muhammad Nasiruddin Al-Astwany
171.Al-Aseel: One of the old families with credit in the Minaret Al-Shash neighborhood in Al-Shagour.
Of Aleppo origins, it is said that their lineage goes back to Mr. Mahmoud, nicknamed Asel.
172.Aamah: From the old families in the Shaghour neighborhood, their lineage traces back to Mr. Ahmed, the well-known blind man.
Here we come to the conclusion of our article about Arabic last names with meanings.
All it contains is a small part of the family names in the Arab world.