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Meaning of the Name Amin

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The first name Amin is of Muslim, Persian, Islamic, Arabic origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Muslim: Variant of Ameen: Faithful. Trustworthy
Persian: Trustworthy
Islamic: Trustworthy, Honest
Arabic: Trustworthy; Honest

Similar Names

Aamin | Ahian | Aimon | Ain | Am | Amaan | Aman | Amana | Amani | Ame |

Related Names

Aamin  (Hindu)
Grace of God
Adamina  (Hebrew)
Daughter of Red Earth; Feminine Form of Adam
Adamina  (Hebrew)
The Earth
Adamina  (Latin)
Of the Red Earth
Adamina  (Hebrew)
Feminine of Adam, Meaning Red, a Reference to Either the Red Skin or the Red Earth from Which the Old Testament Adam Was Created (Genesis :)
Aeries  (English)
A Flower in the Summer Breeze. Suitable for Naming Girls Born Under the Sign of Aeries
Agler  (Greek)
Gleaming
Ameena  (Muslim)
Variant of Amina: Trustworthy. Reliable. Faithful. Secure. Protected
Amina  (Arabic)
Trustworthy
Amina  (Muslim)
Trustworthy. Reliable. Faithful. Secure. Protected
Amina  (African)
Trustworthy. (Swahili)
Amina  (Arabic)
Honest
Aminadab  (Biblical)
My People are Liberal
Aminah  (Muslim)
Variant of Amina: Trustworthy. Reliable. Faithful. Secure. Protected
Aminah  (Arabic)
Trustworthy
Aminah  (African)
Trustworthy. (Swahili)
Amineh  (Arabic)
Faithful; Trustworthy
Amineh  (Muslim)
Variant of Amina: Trustworthy. Reliable. Faithful. Secure. Protected
Amineh  (African)
Trustworthy. (Swahili)
Aminia  (African)
Faithful
Aminon  (Hebrew)
Variant of Amnon: Loyal; Faithful
Aminta  (Latin)
Protector. A Literary Invention Inspired by the Greek Name for Protector
Araminta  (English)
Thought to Be a Compound of Arabella and Aminta, Invented by Restoration Dramatist Sir John Vanbrugh
Araminta  (Hebrew)
Lofty
Araminte  (Hebrew)
Lofty
Banjamen  (English)
Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand Son. Also a Variant of Benedict
Banjamino  (English)
Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand Son. Also a Variant of Benedict
Banjamon  (English)
Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand Son. Also a Variant of Benedict
Banjiman  (English)
Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand Son. Also a Variant of Benedict
Baptista  (Shakespearean)
'The Taming of the Shrew' Baptista Minola, a Gentleman of Padua
Beathan  (Scottish)
Life; Derived from the Gaelic Beatha (Life). The Name is Anglicized As Both Bean and Benjamin
Ben  (English)
Diminutive of Benjamin: Right-hand Son
Ben  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Benjamin: Son of My Right Hand. Many Jewish Families Named Their Youngest Child Benjamin. Famous Bearers: Th Century British Statesman Benjamin Disraeli. Dustin Hoffman's Character in th
Benejamen  (English)
Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand Son. Also a Variant of Benedict
Benet  (English)
Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand Son. Also a Variant of Benedict
Benett  (English)
Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand Son. Also a Variant of Benedict
Beniamino  (Hebrew)
Son of the Right Hand
Beniamino  (English)
Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand Son. Also a Variant of Benedict
Beniamino  (Italian)
Italian Form of Benjamin Son of the Right Hand
Benjaman  (English)
Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand Son. Also a Variant of Benedict
Benjamin  (Hebrew)
Son of My Right Hand. Many Jewish Families Named Their Youngest Child Benjamin. Famous Bearers: Th Century British Statesman Benjamin Disraeli. Dustin Hoffman's Character in the Movie 'The Graduate.'
Benjamin  (Biblical)
Son of the Right Hand
Benjamin  (Irish)
Southerner
Benjamin  (Hebrew)
Son of My Right Hand, Spoilt, Intelligent, Gentle, Forgiving
Benjamin  (English)
Right-hand Son. Benjamin Was the Youngest Son of Jacob in the Bible. Famous Bearer: Dr. Benjamin Spock
Benjamin  (Scottish)
Favorite Son; Derived from the Hebrew Binyamin
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