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How to name a child in Islam what is abjad what Sarah says about abjad?


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Dear brother, one can name ones child any good name which has a wholesome. The only names which are not permitted are names which imply shirk, kufur(disbelief) or which have evil meaning.

The Abjad numerals are a decimal numeral system in which the 28 letters of the Arabic alphabet are assigned numerical values. In the Abjad system, the first letter of the Arabic alphabet, alif, is used to represent 1; the second letter, bā, is used to represent 2, etc. Individual letters also represent 10s and 100s: yā for 10, kāf for 20, qāf for 100, etc.

The abjad system has no basis in quran and hadith and is absolutely the man-made system. And Allah alone knows the best.

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