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What does the name Nurun Nahar Begum mean, and the other following names, samrina, asiya, sara

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Meaning of Names

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Nurun means light of,


Nahar means day,and Begum in Persian or Urdu means a woman. Thus Nurun Nahar Begum would mean the woman of the day light.


Ref: Samrina

If Samrina is written with the Arabic letter Saad, then it would mean a fruit; and if written with the Arabic letter Seen it would mean one with a brownish color or a story teller.


Ref: Asiya

Asiya in Arabic means a solid foundation or pillar and was also the name of the pious and righteous wife of the evil Pharoah.


Ref: Sara

Sara literally means pure and happy and was also the name of the first wife of the Noble Messenger and Choicest Friend of Allah, Prophet Ibraheem (a.s.).


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