99+ Names of Prophet Prophet Muhammad ﷺ

There are 202 names of the Prophet Hazrat Muhammad ﷺ as referred to in the Quran and Hadith compiled by Imam al-Jazuli رحمة الله عليه. Mostly, only 99 names of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ are mentioned to match the 99 Names of Allah mentioned in a famous Hadith.

Prophet Muhammad’s Names in Quran

Allah ﷻ has called Prophet Muhammad ﷺ with 14 different names in the Holy Quran as detailed below;

  • 1- Muḥammad.
  • 2- Ahmad.
  • 10- Taha.
  • 11- Yasin.
  • 16- Rasool.
  • 17- Nabi.
  • 27- Muddaththir.
  • 28- Muzammil.
  • 29- Abdullah.
  • 34- Khatimun Nabiyyeen.
  • 38- Mudhakkir.
  • 49- Bashir.
  • 51- Nadhīr.
  • 85- رَحْمَةًۭ لِّلْعَـٰلَمِينَ.

Prophet Muhammad’s Names in Hadith

There are 8 names mentioned in different Hadith for Hazrat Muhammad ﷺ as detailed below;

  • 1- Muḥammad.
  • 2- Ahmad.
  • 7- Mahi.
  • 8- Hashir.
  • 9- Aqib.
  • 22- Muqaffī.
  • 68- Ameen.
  • 115- Sadiq.

List of Hazrat Muhammad Names

1- مُحَمَّدٌ – Muḥammad is derived from the word حمد which means to praise. The meaning of the name Muhammad is “one who is praised continuously and copiously”. The name Muhammad is mentioned 4 times in the Holy Quran.

Names of Prophet Muhammad

2- أَحْمَدٌ – Aḥmad – means the greatest praiser. Ahmad is the name of Hazrat Muhammad ﷺ which is mentioned once in the Bible and once in the Quran.

Here is my servant Ahmad, the one I support. He is the one I chose, and I am pleased with him. I have put my Spirit upon him, and he will bring justice to all nations. – Isaiah 42:1

Some Hebrew Bibles still retain the word without the dots as AHMAD while for most Christian Bibles, the name was lost in translations.

Ahmad - the name of Prophet Muhammad in Bible

3-  حَامِدٌ – Ḥamid means Praiser.

4- مَحْمودٌ – Maḥmūd means Praised One.

5-  أَحِيدُ – Aḥīd means Repeller.

6- وَحِيدٌ – Waḥeed meansUnique.

7- مَاحٍ – Māḥī – Prophet Muhammad ﷺ once told his name to Sahaba: I am Al-Mahi through whom Allah will eliminate infidelity. – Sahih al-Bukhari 3532

8- حَاشِرٌ – Ḥāshir – Hazrat Muhammad ﷺ once told his name to Sahaba: I am Hashir (the gatherer) at whose feet mankind will be gathered. – Sahih al-Bukhari 3532

9- عَاقِبٌ – ʿĀqib – Prophet Muhammad ﷺ once told his name to Sahaba: I am also Al-`Aqib (i.e. There will be no prophet after me). – Sahih al-Bukhari 3532

The names of Prophet Muhammad in Hadith

10- طَهَ – Ṭāhā is another name of Hazrat Muhammad ﷺ mentioned in the Holy Quran. In fact, there is one full chapter with the name Taha in the Quran.

11- يَسٓ – Yāsīn is another name of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ mentioned in the Holy Quran. In fact, there is one full chapter with the name Yasin in the Quran.

12- طَاهِرٌ – Ṭāhir means Pure One.

13-  مُطَهَّرٌ – Muṭahhar means Purified.

14- طَيِّبٌ – Ṭayyib means Fragrant.

15- سَيِّدٌ – Sayyīd means Liegelord.

16- رَسُولُ ٱللَّهِ – Rasool Allah means the Messenger of Allah. Allah ﷻ has called Hazrat Muhammad ﷺ many times with the name Rasool Allah. – Al-Munafiqun 63:5

17- نَبِيٌّ – Nabi – means Prophet. Allah ﷻ has called Prophet Muhammad ﷺ many times with the name Nabi. – Al-Hijr 15:49

18- رَسُولُ الرَّحْمَةِ – Rasūlu r-Raḥmah means The messenger of Mercy.

19- قَيِّمٌ – Qayyim means Upright.

20- جَامِعٌ – Jāmiʿmeans the Embodier of all Virtues.

21- مُقْتَفٍ – Muqtafī means the Successor to the Past Prophets.

22- مُقَفِّى – Muqaffī – Prophet Muhammad ﷺ once told Sahaba that one of his names is Muqaffi (the last in succession). – Sahih Muslim 2355

23- رَسُولُ الْمَلَاحِمِ – Rasūlu l-Malāḥim means the messenger who fought Battles.

24- رَسُولُ الرَّاحَةِ – Rasūlu r-Rāḥah means the Messenger of Comfort.

25- كَامِلٌ – Kāmil means Complete.

26- إِكْلِيلٌ – Iklīl means Crown.

27- مُدَّثِّرُMuddaththir means the one who covers himself. Mudassar is another name of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ mentioned in the Holy Quran. In fact, there is one full chapter with the name Taha in the Quran.  – Muddaththir 74:1

28- مُزَّمِّلٌ – Muzzammil means Enwrapped in His Cloak. Muzammil is another name of Hazrat Muhammad ﷺ mentioned in the Holy Quran. In fact, there is one full chapter with the name Taha in the Quran. –  Muzammil 73:1

29-  عَبْدُ اللهِ – ʿAbdullāh means the Slave of Allah. In one place, Allah has mentioned the name of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ as Abdullah in the Holy Quran. – Al-Jinn 72:19.

30- حَبِيبُ اللهِ – Ḥabībullāh means the Beloved of Allah.

31- صَفِيُّ اللهِ – Ṣafiyyullāh means the One Solely Chosen by Allah.

32- نَجِّيُّ اللهِ – Najiyyullāh means the One who is close to Allah.

33- كَلِيمُ اللهِ – Kalīmullāh means the one One Addressed by Allah. Although Kalimullah is another name for Prophet Musa عَلَيْهِ ٱلسَّلَامُ as he used to talk to Allah, Hazrat Muhammad ﷺ also talked to Allah on the night of Isra.

34- خَاتَمَ النَّبِيِّينَ – Khatimun Nabiyyeen means the last prophet. In one place, Allah calls Prophet Muhammad ﷺ with the name خَاتَمَ النَّبِيِّينَ in the Quran. – Al-Ahzab 33:40

35- خَاتِمُ الرُّسُلِ – Khātimu r-Rusul means the last Rasool.

36- مُحْيٍ – Muḥyī means the Reviver.

37- مُنْجٍ – Munjī means the Deliverer.

38- مُذَكِّرٌ – Mudhakkir means the One Who Reminds. Mudhakkir is another name of Hazrat Muhammad ﷺ mentioned in the Holy Quran. – Al-Ghashiyah 88:21

39- نَاصِرٌ – Nāṣir means the Bringer of Victory.

40- مَنْصُورٌ – Manṣūr – One Granted Victory.

41- نَبِيُّ الرَّحْمَةِ – Nabiyyu r-Raḥmah means the Prophet of Mercy.

42- نَبِيُّ التَّوْبَةِ – Nabiyyu t-Tawbah means the Prophet of Repentance.

43- حَرِيصٌ عَلَيْكُمْ – Harīṣun ʿAlaykum means the Most Concerned for You

44- مَعْلُومٌ – Maʿlūm means the Known One.

45شَهِيرٌ – Shahīr means the Renowned.

46- شَاهِدٌ – Shāhid means a testifier.

47- شَهِيدٌ – Shahīdmeans a Witness.

48- مَشْهُودٌ – Mashhūd means the One Witnessed.

49- بَشِيرٌ – Bashīr means the Bearer of Good Tidings. In Al-Ma’idah, a chapter of the Holy Quran, Allah calls Prophet Muhammad ﷺ with the name Bashir. – Al-Ma’idah 5:19

50- مُبَشِّرٌ – Mubashshir means the Bringer of Good News.

51- نَذِيرٌ – Nadhīr means the Warner. In Al-Ma’idah, a chapter of the Holy Quran, Allah calls Prophet Muhammad ﷺ with the name Nazir. – Al-Ma’idah 5:19

52- مُنْذِرٌ – Mundhir means Admonisher.

53- نُورٌ – Nūr means Light.

54- سِرَاجٌ – Sirāj means a Lamp.

55- مِصْبَاحٌ – Miṣbāh means a Lantern.

56- هُدَىً – Hudā means Guidance.

57- مَهْدِيٌ – Mahdi means the Guided.

58- مُنِيرٌ – Munīr means Giver of Light. 

59- دَاعٍ – Dāʿī means the Caller.

60- مَدْعُوٌّ – Madʿuww means Called Upon.

61- مُجِيبٌ – Mujīb means the Answerer to the Call.

62- مُجَابٌ – Mujāb means Answered.

63- حَفِيٌّ – Ḥafiyy means Welcoming.

64عَفُوٌّ – ʿAfuww means Much-Pardoning.

65- وَلِيٌّ – Waliyy means One Close to Allah.

66- حَقٌ – Ḥaqq means the Truth.

67- قَوِيٌّ – Qawiyy means the Mighty.

68- أَمِينٌ – Ameen means the Trustworthy. Before the revelation of Islam, people used to keep their valuable things with Prophet Muhammad ﷺ as he was trustworthy and they used to call him the name Ameen.

69- مَأْمُونٌ – Ma’mūn means Trusted.

70- كَرِيمٌ – Karīm means Noble.

71- مُكَرَّمٌ – Mukarram means Ennobled.

72- مَكِينٌ – Makīn means Unshakeable.

73- مَتِينٌ – Matīn means Firm.

74- مُبِينٌ – Mubīn means the Evident, Clarifier.

75- مُؤَمِّل – Mu’ammil means Hopeful.

76- وَصُولٌ – Waṣūl means the Maintainer of Ties.

77- ذُو قُوَّةٍ – Dhū Quwwah means the Possessor of Might.

78- ذُو حُرْمَةٍ – Dhū Ḥurmah means Possessor of Sanctity

79- ذُو مَكَانَةٍ – Dhū Makānah means the Possessor of a Mighty Station.

80- ذُو عِزٍّ – Dhū ʿIzz means the Possessor of Glory.

81- ذُو فَضْلٍ – Dhū Faḍl means  the Possessor of Virtue.

82- مُطَاعٌ – Muṭāʿ means Obeyed.

83- مُطِيعٌ – Muṭīʿ means Obedient.

84قَدَمُ صِدْقٍ – Qadamu Ṣidq means Sure Forerunner.

85- رَحْمَةًۭ لِّلْعَـٰلَمِينَ – Raḥmah means Mercy for the whole world. Allah calls Prophet Muhammad ﷺ with the name رَحْمَةًۭ لِّلْعَـٰلَمِينَ in the Holy Quran. – Al-Anbya 21:107

86- بُشْرَى – Bushrā means Glad Tidings.

87- غُوثٌ – Ghawth means Aid.

88- غَيْثٌ – Ghayth means Relief.

89- غِيَاثٌ – Ghiyāth means Succour.

90- نِعْمَةُ اللهِ – Niʿmatullāh means Allah’s Blessing.

91- هَدِيَّةُ اللهِ – Hadiyyatullāh means Allah’s Gift.

92- عُرْوَةٌ وُثْقَى – ʿUrwatun Wuthqā means Most Trusty Hold.

93- صِرَاطُ اللهِ – Ṣirāṭullāh means Path to Allah.

94- صِرَاطٌ مُسْتَقِيمٌ – Ṣirāṭun Mustaqīm means Straight Path.

95- ذاکر– Zakir – the one who remembers Allah.

96- سَيْفُ اللهِ – Sayfullāh means the Sword of Allah. Hazrat Khalid bin Waleed رَضِيَ ٱللَّٰهُ عَنْهُ is also called the sword of Allah.

97- حِزْبُ اللهِ – Ḥizbullāh means the Party of Allah.

98- النَّجْمُ الثَّاقِبُ – An-Najmu th-thāqib means the Shining Star.

99- مُصْطَفَى – Muṣṭafā means the Chosen one.

100- مُجْتَبَى – Mujtabā means the selected one.

101- مُنْتَقَى – Muntaqā means the Elect.

102- أُمِّيٌ – Ummiyy means Unlettered.

103- مُخْتَارٌ – Mukhtār means the Preferred One.

104- أَجِيرٌ – Ajīr means the Protector.

105- جَبَّارٌ – Jabbār means the Rectifier.

106- أَبُو الْقَاسِمِ – Abu l-Qāsim means the Father of Qasim. The name of the eldest son of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ was Qasim.

107- أَبُو الطَّاهِرِ – Abu ṭ-Ṭāhir means the Father of Tahir. Abdullah, the second son of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ was also called Tahir رَضِيَ ٱللَّٰهُ عَنْهُ.

108- أَبُو الطَّيِّبِ – Abu ṭ-Ṭayyib means the Father of Tayyib. Abdullah, the second son of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ was also called Tayyab رَضِيَ ٱللَّٰهُ عَنْهُ.

109- أَبُو إِبْرَاهِيمَ – Abū Ibrāhīm means the Father of Ibrahim. The third son of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ was Ibrahim رَضِيَ ٱللَّٰهُ عَنْهُ.

110- مُشَفَّعٌ – Mushaffa means One Permitted to Intercede.

111- شَفِيعٌ – Shafīʿ means Intercessor.

112- صَالِحٌ – Ṣāliḥ means the Righteous.

113- مُصْلِحٌ – Muṣliḥ means the Rectifier.

114- مُهَيْمِنٌ – Muhaymin means the Guardian.

115- صَادِقٌ – Ṣādiq means Truthful. Before the revelation of Islam, people used to call Prophet Muhammad ﷺ with the name Sadiq as he was the most truthful among them.

116- مُصَدَّقٌ – Muṣaddaq means Confirmed.

117- صِدْقٌ – Ṣidq means Truthfulness.

118- سَيِّدُ الْمُرْسَلِينَ – Sayyidu l-Mursalīn means Master of all Rasool.

119- إِمَامُ الْمُتَّقِينَ – Imāmu l-Muttaqīn= means the Leader of the God-fearing people.

120- قَائِدُ الْغُرِّ الْمُحَجَّلِينَ – Qā’idu l-Ghurri l-Muḥajjalīn means the Leader of the Brightly Shining Ones.

121- خَلِيلُ الرَّحْمٰنِ – Khalīlu r-Raḥmān means the friend of Allah. Prophet Ibrahim عَلَيْهِ ٱلسَّلَامُ is also called Khalil Allah which means the friend of Allah.

122- بَرٌّ – Barr means Dutiful.

123- مَبَرٌّ – Mabarr means the Fulfiller of Oaths.

124- وَجِيهٌ – Wajīh means Eminent.

125- نَصِيحٌ – Naṣīḥ means the Sincere Well-Wisher.

126- نَاصِحٌ – Nāṣiḥ means the Sincere Advisor. In the Holy Quran, the term Nasih is used for Prophet Hud.

127- وَكِيلٌ – Wakīl means Entrusted.

128- مُتَوَكِّلٌ – Mutawwakil means the one who is wholly Reliant on Allah.

129- كَفِيلٌ – Kafīl means the Guarantor.

130- شَفِيقٌ – Shafīq means the Tenderhearted.

131- مُقِيمُ السُّنَّة – Muqīmu s-Sunnah means the Upholder of the Sunnah.

132- مُقدَّسٌ – Muqaddas means the Pure and Inviolate.

133- رُوحُ الْقُدُسِ – Rūḥu l-Qudus means Pure Spirit. The word رُوحُ الْقُدُسِ is used in the Holy Quran to mention Hazrat Jibraeel.  – Al-Nahl 16:102

134- رُوحُ الْحَقِّ – Rūḥu l-Ḥaqq means the Spirit of Truth.

135- رُوحُ الْقِسْطِ – Rūḥu l-Qisṭ means the Spirit of Justice.

136- كَافٍ – Kāfī means the Sufficer.

137- مُكْتَفٍ – Muktafī means Contented.

138- بَالِغٌ – Bāligh meams Accomplished.

139- مُبَلِّغٌ – Muballigh means the Conveyor.

140- شَافٍ – Shāfī means the Healer.

141- وَاصِلٌ – Wāṣil means the Attainer.

142- مَوْصُولٌ – Mawṣūl means Connected.

143- سَابِقٌ – Sābiq means the Forerunner.

144- سَائِقٌ – Sā’iq means the Driver.

145- هَادٍ – Hādī means the Guide.

146- مُهْدٍ – Muhdi means the Guider.

147- مُقَدَّمٌ – Muqaddam means the Foremost.

148- عَزِيزٌ – ʿAzīz means the Mighty.

149- فَاضِلٌ – Fāḍil means Outstanding.

150- مُفَضَّلٌ – Mufaḍḍal means the Favoured.

151- فَاتِحٌ – Fātiḥ means the Conqueror.

152- مِفْتَاحٌ – Miftāḥ means the Key.

153- مِفْتَاحُ الرَّحْمَةِ – Miftāḥu r-Raḥmah means the Key to Mercy.

154- مِفْتَاحُ الْجَنَّةِ – Miftāḥu l-Jannah means the Key to Jannah.

155- عَلَمُ الْإِيمَانِ – ʿAlamu l-Īmān means the Sign of Faith.

156- عَلَمُ الْيَقِينِ – ʿAlamu l-Yaqīn means the Sign of Certainty.

157- دَلِيلُ الْخَيْرَاتِ – Dalīlu l-Khayrāt means the Guide to Benefits.

158- مُصَحِّحُ الْحَسَنَاتِ – Musaḥḥihu l-Ḥasanāt means the Verifier of Good Deeds.

159- مُقِيلُ الْعَثَرَاتِ – Muqīlu l-ʿAtharāt means the Pardoner of Errors.

160- صَفُوحٌ عَنِ الزَّلَّاتِ – Ṣafūḥun ʿani z-Zallāt means the Overlooker of Lapses.

161- صَاحِبُ الشَّفَاعَةِ – Ṣaḥību sh-Shafāʿah means the Possessor of Intercession.

162- صَاحِبُ الْمَقَامِ – Ṣāḥibu l-Maqām means the Possessor of the Lofty Station.

163- صَاحِبُ الْقَدَمِ – Ṣāḥibu l-Qadam means the Possessor of Precedence.

164- مَخْصُوصٌ بِالْعِزِّ – Makhṣūṣ bi-l ʿIzz means the One Singled out for Glory.

165- مَخْصُوصٌ بِالْمَجْدِ – Makhṣūṣ bi-l-Majd means the One Distinguished by Splendour.

166- مَخْصُوصٌ بِالشَّرَفِ – Makhṣūṣ bi-sh-Sharaf means the One Distinguished by Nobility.

167- صَاحِبُ الْوَسِيلَةِ – Ṣāḥibu l-Wasīlah means the Possessor of Privileged Access.

168- صَاحِبُ السَّيْفِ – Ṣāḥibu s-Sayf means the Possessor of the Sword.

169- صَاحِبُ الْفَضِيلَةِ – Ṣāḥību l-Faḍīlah means the Possessor of Virtue.

170- صَاحِبُ الْإِزَارِ – Ṣāḥibu l-Izār means the Wearer of the Sarong.

171- صَاحِبُ الْحُجَّةِ – Ṣāḥibu l-Ḥujjah means the Possessor of Proof.

172- صَاحِبُ السُّلْطَانِ – Ṣāḥibu s-Sulṭān means the Possessor of Authority.

173- صَاحِبُ الرِّدَاءِ – Ṣāḥibu r-Ridā’ means the Wearer of the Mantle.

174 – صَاحِبُ الدَّرَجَةِ الرَّفِيعَةِ – Ṣāḥibu d-Darajati r-Rafīʿah means the Possessor of Exalted Rank.

175- صَاحِبُ التَّاجِ – Ṣāḥibu t-Tāj means the Wearer of the Crown or Turban.

176- صَاحِبُ الْمِغْفَرِ – Ṣāḥibu l-Mighfar means the Wearer of the Helmet.

177- صَاحِبُ اللِّوَاءِ – Ṣāḥibu l-Liwā’ means the Possessor of the Banner.

178- صَاحِبُ الْمِعْرَاجِ – Ṣāḥibu l-Miʿrāj means the Possessor of the Ascension.

179- صَاحِبُ الْقَضِيبِ – Ṣāḥibu l-Qaḍīb means the Possessor of the Staff.

180- صَاحِبُ الْبُرَاقِ – Ṣāḥibu l-Burāq means the Rider of the Buraq. Buraq is the name of the animal that took Prophet Muhammad ﷺ to the heavens on the night of Isra.
181- صَاحِبُ الْخَاتَمِ – Ṣāḥibu l-Khātam means the Possessor of the Seal of Prophethood.

182- صَاحِبُ الْعَلَامَةِ – Ṣāḥibu l-ʿAlāmah means the Possessor of the Mark.

183- صَاحِبُ الْبُرْهَانِ – Ṣāḥibu l-Burhān means the Possessor of Proof.

184- صَاحِبُ الْبَيَانِ – Ṣāḥibu l-Bayān means the Possessor of Elucidation.

185- فَصِيحُ اللِّسَانِ – Faṣīḥu l-Lisān means Eloquent of Tongue.

186- مُطَهَّرُ الْجَنَانِ – Muṭahharu l-Janān means Purified of Soul.

187- رَؤُوفٌ – Raūf means Gentle or Kindly.

188- رَحِيمٌ – Raḥīm means Merciful.

189- اُذُنُ خَيْرٍ – Udhunu Khayr means the Hearer of Good.

190- صَحِيحُ الْإِسْلَامِ – Ṣaḥīḥu l-Islām means Sound in Islam.

191- سَيِّدُ الْكَوْنَيْنِ  – Sayyidu l-Kawnayn means the Master of Both Worlds.

192- عَيْنُ النَّعِيمِ-ʿAynu n-Naʿīm means the Source of Bliss.

193- عَيْنُ الْغُرِّ-ʿAynu l-Ghurr means the Superior of the Enlightened Ones.

194- سَعْدُ اللهِ – Saʿdullāh means Allah’s Felicity for Creation.

195- سَعْدُ الْخَلْقِ – Saʿdu l-Khalq means Felicity of Creation.

196- خَطِيبُ الْأُمَمِ – Khaṭību l-Umam means the Speaker Addressing All Nations.

197- عَلَمُ الْهُدَى – Alamu l-Hudā means the Banner of Guidance.

198- كَاشِفُ الْكُرَبِ – Kāshifu l-Kurab means the Dispeller of Fears.

199- رَافِعُ الرُّتَبِ – Rāfiʿu r-Rutab means the Raiser of Ranks.

200- عِزُّ الْعَرَبِ – ʿIzzu l-ʿArab means the Glory of the Arabs.

201- صَاحِبُ الْفَرَجِ – Ṣāḥibu l-Faraj means the Bringer of Relief.

202- كَرِيمُ الْمَخْرَجِ – Karīmu l-Makhraj means the Most Noble in Lineage.

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