Arabic names can be primarily found in both the Middle East, Northern Africa, and the Americas. Many Arabic names are derived from Islam. Arabic girls' names are sometimes a derivative of a popular boys' name. The given name is called the ism and is given at birth. Male Arabic isms commonly begin with similar words for Allah. Female isms often end in an “ah” sound. Parents will consider both the meaning of the name and the sound of it when selecting isms. Middle names are uncommon.Click on a name to discover the name meaning, popularity, origin, history, and other information!