The Arabic writing system is abjadic, meaning that the script is made up entirely of consonants. Diacritics can be used to represent the vowels, but they are only found in the Quran and children's books. But, there is the letter alif (ا), along with two other letters to represent long vowels. When the hamza (ء) is above the alif (أ), it makes the "a" sound. But, if it is below the alif (إ) it makes an "i" sound.
The name Ayaan means Gift of God, In Egyptian Arabic it also means sick person
Allaah الله = Al Ilaah = The God
...which is not a name.
Does God need a name ?
- ایان ۔ خدا کا تحفہ ۔ اللہ کی طرف سے انعام
عیاں : ظاہر ۔ آشکارہ ۔
If you by 'inaaya' mean 'care', then this is howv it goes:
how to write Alan in arabic
Ayan : أيان
Islam use Arabic writing only
Like thisنصر من الله
Fiaman Allah : في امان الله
Allah is the Arabic word for "God".
Allah is the Muslims word for God. However, Allah is the Arabic word of God, the same God for Jews and Christians. In the Arabic version of the Bible, it is used the word Allah for God. Arab Christians say Allah (as God in English) and they say in Arabic 'Isa Ibn Allah' that means Jesus son of God (Isa in Arabic is Jesus, Ibn in Arabic is son, and Allah in Arabic is God).
Allah is an Arabic words which means God. It is used by Muslims as well as Arab Cristians.
"And God's blessings" written in Arabic is ورحمة الله وبركاته.
To write "god is with me" in Arabic, one would use الله هو معي (Allah huwa ma'i).
Muslims praise Allah (God in English); the same God of the Jews and the Christians. Arabic Christians read 'Allah' as God in their Arabic Bibles. Some Arabic Christians say 'Allah Al Ab' in Arabic that means 'God the father'.
god = ilaah الاه / rabb ربّ the God = Al'laah (Allah) الله Deity = aaliha الهة