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Names of God in Islam (Arabic: أَسْمَاءُ ٱللَّٰهِ ٱلْحُسْنَىٰ ʾasmāʾu llāhi l-ḥusnā, "Allah's Beautiful Names") are names attributed to God in Islam by Muslims. While some names are only in the Quran, and others are only in the hadith, there are some names which appear in both.[1]




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The Quran refers to God's Most Beautiful Names (al-ʾasmāʾ al-ḥusná) in several Surahs.[6] Gerhard Böwering refers to Surah 17 (17:110) as the locus classicus to which explicit lists of 99 names used to be attached in tafsir. A cluster of more than a dozen Divine epithets which are included in such lists is found in Surah 59.[7] Sunni mystic Ibn Arabi surmised that the 99 names are "outward signs of the universe's inner mysteries".[1]


There is a tradition in Sufism to the effect the 99 names of God point to a mystical "Most Supreme and Superior Name" (ismu l-ʾAʿẓam (الاسْمُ ٱلْأَعْظَم).[8] This "Greatest Name of God" is said to be "the one which if He is called (prayed to) by it, He will answer."[9]


Because the names of God themselves are reserved to God and their use as a person's given name is considered religiously inappropriate, theophoric names are formed by prefixing the term ˁabd (عَبْدُ: "slave/servant of") to the name in the case of male names;


This distinction is established out of respect for the sanctity of Divine names, which denote attributes (of love, kindness, mercy, compassion, justice, power, etc.) that are believed to be possessed in a full and absolute sense only by God, while human beings, being limited creatures, are viewed by Muslims as being endowed with the Divine attributes only in a limited and relative capacity. The prefixing of the definite article would indicate that the bearer possesses the corresponding attribute in an exclusive sense, a trait reserved to God.


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YouTubeAllSend SalawatContact Add comment29 commentsNames of Prophet Muhammad Arabic font size A A Arabic Transliteration Translation Names of Prophet MuhammadAdd comment29 commentsContentsThe names of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ (Arabic: اسما ءالنبي; Asma un-Nabi or اسماء محمد; Asma Muhammad) are described throughout the Quran and in Prophetic literature (Hadiths and Sirah). The Arabs say that the more names a thing is given, the more noble it is. A number of scholars have compiled collections of the names of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ to increase the appreciation of who he actually is. In some cases they collected 99 names, to match the 99 Names of Allah mentioned in a famous Hadith. In other cases, they collected far more.


Qadi Abu Bakr ibn al-Arabi relates in his commentary on Kitab al-shamail, the great Hadith compilation of Imam Tirmidhi describing the Prophet ﷺ, that some Sufis have said that the Prophet has a thousand names. Ibn al-Faris includes 2020 in his Tafsir Asma al-Rasul, while Abu al-Hasan al-Subki states that they number 4000. Qastallani relates just over 500 in his work al-Mawahib al-ladunniyya. Qadi Iyad, in al-Shifa, his classic treatise on the Prophet ﷺ, limits himself only to those names ascribed clearly to him; he also says that the Prophet ﷺ has 30 names which are also among the Names of Allah.


Other authorities, such as Nawawi, Suyuti, and Sakhawi, derived his names not only from names clearly ascribed to him, but also from various actions attributed to him as well. Imam al-Jazuli collected 201 according to the collection of Abu Imran al-Zannati al-Fasi.


One of his many merits, Allah bless him and give him peace, is that mentioning his names enables one to visualise him and bring him to mind and to gain true knowledge of him, his names, his attributes and the glorious station he has with his Creator.


Then knowing that he has many names indicates to his greatness and by means of this his honouring is achieved; and love of him increases. Then knowledge of them in detail results in increase in the love of him and also honouring of him resulting in sending abundant salat upon him ﷺ.


It can seem like memorizing the names of Allah سُبْحَٰنَهُۥ وَتَعَٰلَىٰ is not a rigorous academic pursuit. It can seem basic, but the reality is knowing the names of Allah is a strong foundation of tawhid. Part of believing in Allah and his oneness is to know his names and attributes. Being able to paint a clear picture of Allah سُبْحَٰنَهُۥ وَتَعَٰلَىٰ, having that clarity starts with knowing his essence, and we can start this journey by a study of His names.


Allah says that his goal of creating the humankind was to be known. His names and the meanings of those names are the first steps to know him. This makes teaching Al-Asma al Husna to children really important as they will get a conception of features of their creator, taking a step closer to him.


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