Name Amaad - meaning, origin, popularity 

Amaad name meaning

What does Amaad mean?

Gender: Boy
Usage: Arabic
Pronunciation: \"pronunciation
Meaning: Support, Pillar and Post
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Uncustomary Amaad predominantly is used in Arabic, meaning of Amaad is "Support, Pillar or Post" is bestowed upon baby boys.

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How popular is the name Amaad?

Amaad is an uncommon baby name in United States, its highest ever rank is 7049 (2002) in its 11 years run on United States naming chart. During its 20 years of usage in England and Wales, it had made up to just the top 2000 boy names. Over 143 babies in England and Wales have been named Amaad. Also, Amaad is a familiar name in Pakistan. According to our estimate, over 200 babies have been named Amaad globally, concentrated mainly in Islamic countries.

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Numerological aspects of Amaad

Letter A as your cornerstone reveals your creativity, dynamic life, and ambition to achieve great things in life. Besides being a good friend, you are a caring, passionate partner and devoted to your family. You are not like other people. You can't get used to a boring life and monotony. You are a self-motivated, ambitious, and intuitive person who rarely hears what others have to say when it comes to business.

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  •  Raheesh - Boy name Raheesh is particulary used in Arabic language, Raheesh means "Leader, Chief or Rich"
  •  Saifuddin - Sufficiently quirky and Fresh boy name Saifuddin is specifically used in Arabic, meaning of Saifuddin is "Sword of the Religion"
  •  Siddeeqah - The unconventional girl name Siddeeqah means "Truthful or Righteous" is used especially in Arabic
  •  Junada - Junada's meaning is Soldier is used as a boy name is dominantly used in Arabic
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