Hazrat meaning and origin
Hazrat is used notably in Gujarati, Hindi and Arabic, Hazrat means "Prophet, Jesus, Presence, Dignity, Power or Honorary Title" is a baby boy name is rooted from Arabic.Names that rhyme with Hazrat
Popularity of Hazrat
Hazrat is a rare baby name in England and Wales there is very thin chances of it still being given as it was last seen in 2008. However things change on global perspective, Hazrat is extremely popular in Pakistan where every 1 in 2000 have the name. Also the baby name is popular in Bangladesh and India. According to our findings, over 150000 babies have been named Hazrat globally.
Numerological analysis of Hazrat
Your main characteristics are determination, courage, and enterprise. When it comes to relationships, you hate monogamy and easily fall in and out of love. You keep your feelings to yourself and act cold. You are all about independence, and like to have your own possessions because you like to enjoy luxury but not at any prize. When it comes to career and business, you fit perfectly on every team but prefer to work alone.
Go through the following names similar to Hazrat
- Anum - Used chiefly in Arabic and African atypical, Anum aimed at both boys and girls and originated from African, Anum means "Fifth Born or Blessing of God"
- Inayat - Majorly used in Hindi, Kannada and Gujarati recent and unexpected, Inayat means "Solicitude or Kindness" which came from Arabic is used as a gender-neutral name
- Sheba means Promise or Queen of Sheba is a unisex name principally used in Arabic and Tamil is rooted from Hebrew
- Snober - Snober's meaning is Pine or A Tree is used chiefly in Arabic and Arabic is a gender insensitive name
- Maqboolah - Girl name Maqboolah is mostly used in Sindhi and Arabic, meaning of Maqboolah is "A Noted Woman of the Past or A Noted Woman of the Past had this Name"
Namesakes of Hazrat
- Hazrat Babajan, Pashtun Muslim saint considered by her followers to be a sadguru or qutub
- Hazrat Ali, politician in Afghanistan