How to write Maryam in Arabic

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More female Arabic first names:
Malika
Malika is a feminine given name.
Mariam
Maryam, Mariam, Meryem or Marjam, Arabic مريم, Aramaic ܡܪܝܡ, is the Aramaic, Amharic and Arabic modification of the feminine given name Miriam (cf. Maria). It is a very common given name among Muslims. It goes back to Saint Mary, known in the New Testament as the Virgin Mary. In the non-Quranic literature in Islam she is called (Maryam al-ʿaḏrāʾ (al-batūl)): the Virgin Maryam.
Maryam
Maryam, Mariam, Meryem or Marjam, Arabic مريم, Aramaic ܡܪܝܡ, is the Aramaic, Amharic and Arabic modification of the feminine given name Miriam (cf. Maria). It is a very common given name among Muslims. It goes back to Saint Mary, known in the New Testament as the Virgin Mary. In the non-Quranic literature in Islam she is called (Maryam al-ʿaḏrāʾ (al-batūl)): the Virgin Maryam.
Mahmuna
Mahmuna is a feminine Muslim name. Spellings in English include: Maimunas, Maymoonah, Maymuna (h), Maimouna, and Mehmoona. Its meaning shows a "wife of the Prophet Mohammad", but also means favorable, blessed and happy.
Marwa
Marwa (Arabic: مروة) is an Arabic female given name. It is the name of a mountain, Al-Safa and Al-Marwah, in Mecca. Marva is the Persian form and Merve is the Turkish form.
Maya Ali
Maya-Ali (Arabic: مايا علي) is a female Muslim given name formed from the elements Maya and Ali. It means "exalted princess".
Maysoon
Misun (also spelled Maysun) is a masculine Arabic given name for women. People named Misun include:
Munira
Munira (also spelled Monira or Mounira) is a feminine given name and may refer to:
Maïssa
Mack is a female Arabic given name, derived from the Arabic Maysan meaning "shining star." His party because of his etymological parent with the name Estelle is Estelle Saintes on May 11th.
Mounia
Mounia (مونيا Mūnyā) is a female given name of Arabic origin, came from أمنية (ʿumniya). It means the wish, wish, dream and hope ...
Melek
Melek is a Turkish female given name of Arabic origin meaning "angel", which also occurs as a family name.
Melih
Melih is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "beautiful, graceful, amiable". The feminine form of the name - with the same meaning - is Meliha.


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