99 Names Of Allah(Swt) Part 2

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99 Names Of Allah(Swt) Part 2 - Quiz

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The word Islam means "submission", or the total surrender of oneself to Allah(God). Islam consistently encourages individuals to do well. It emphasizes one's individual responsibility towards the peace and security of the society at large. A Muslim should be a source of peace for innocent people hence the group. This Quiz will test your knowledge on the meanings of Allah(SWT) perfect Names and Attributes of God.
NOTE:It is not possible to perfectly translate the 99 names of Allah from their original Arabic into English. However, here are some fairly close explanations. Click here for the original site.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Which name of Allah(SWT) means  The All-Forgiving?

    • A.

      Ash-Shakoor

    • B.

      Al-Ghafoor

    • C.

      Al-^Aliyy

    • D.

      Al-Khabeer

    Correct Answer
    B. Al-Ghafoor
    Explanation
    Al-Ghafoor is the correct answer because it means "The All-Forgiving" in Arabic. This name of Allah (SWT) signifies His attribute of forgiving and pardoning His creation. It emphasizes His mercy and willingness to forgive the sins of those who sincerely repent and seek His forgiveness.

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  • 2. 

    Which name of Allah(SWT) means The Grateful and The Appreciative?

    • A.

      Ash-Shakoor

    • B.

      Al-Hafeez

    • C.

      Al-Haseeb

    • D.

      Al-Kabeer

    Correct Answer
    A. Ash-Shakoor
    Explanation
    Ash-Shakoor is the correct answer because it means The Grateful and The Appreciative. Allah (SWT) is described as Ash-Shakoor to emphasize His gratitude and appreciation towards His creation. This name highlights Allah's attribute of recognizing and rewarding even the smallest acts of goodness and gratitude shown by His servants. It reminds believers to be grateful to Allah for His countless blessings and to express gratitude in their actions and words.

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  • 3. 

    Which name of Allah(SWT) means The Most High and The Sublime?

    • A.

      Al-Muqeet

    • B.

      Al-Haseeb

    • C.

      Al-^Aliyy

    • D.

      Aj-Jaleel

    Correct Answer
    C. Al-^Aliyy
    Explanation
    Al-^Aliyy is the name of Allah (SWT) that means The Most High and The Sublime. This name emphasizes Allah's supreme and exalted status above all creation. It highlights His transcendence, greatness, and superiority over everything in the universe. It signifies that Allah is above any imperfections, weaknesses, or limitations and is the ultimate source of power, honor, and authority. This name reminds believers of Allah's majesty and encourages them to recognize and submit to His absolute sovereignty.

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  • 4. 

    Which name of Allah(SWT) means The Most Great?

    • A.

      Allah

    • B.

      Ash-Shakoor

    • C.

      Aj-Jaleel

    • D.

      Al-Kabeer

    Correct Answer
    D. Al-Kabeer
    Explanation
    The name of Allah(SWT) that means The Most Great is Al-Kabeer. This name signifies Allah's infinite greatness and superiority over everything in existence. It highlights His immense power, wisdom, and majesty. Al-Kabeer reminds us of Allah's unmatched grandeur and the fact that He is the ultimate source of all greatness and perfection.

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  • 5. 

    Which name of Allah(SWT) means The Preserver and The Protector?

    • A.

      Al-Kareem

    • B.

      Al-Hafeez

    • C.

      Ar-Raqeeb

    • D.

      Aj-Jaleel

    Correct Answer
    B. Al-Hafeez
    Explanation
    Al-Hafeez is the correct answer because it means "The Preserver and The Protector" in Arabic. This name of Allah(SWT) signifies His ability to safeguard and protect His creation from harm, both physically and spiritually. It highlights Allah's role as the ultimate guardian who watches over everything and ensures its well-being.

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  • 6. 

    What attribute of Allah(SWT) is represented by His Name Al-Muqeet?

    • A.

      The Sustainer

    • B.

      The Maintainer

    • C.

      The Guardian

    • D.

      The Feeder

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. The Sustainer
    B. The Maintainer
    C. The Guardian
    D. The Feeder
    Explanation
    It is translated to be all of these.

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  • 7. 

    What attribute of Allah(SWT) is represented by His Name Al-Haseeb?

    • A.

      The Reckoner

    • B.

      The Generous One

    • C.

      The Bountiful

    • D.

      The Gracious

    Correct Answer
    A. The Reckoner
    Explanation
    The attribute of Allah(SWT) represented by His Name Al-Haseeb is "The Reckoner". This name signifies that Allah is the one who takes account of all things and calculates everything accurately. He is aware of every action, intention, and consequence, and will hold every individual accountable for their deeds on the Day of Judgment. This name reminds believers to be mindful of their actions and to strive for righteousness, knowing that they will be answerable to Allah for their choices and behavior.

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  • 8. 

    What attribute of Allah(SWT) is represented by His Name Al-Kareem ?

    • A.

      The Responsive

    • B.

      The Hearkener

    • C.

      The Vast

    • D.

      The Bountiful

    Correct Answer
    D. The Bountiful
    Explanation
    The attribute of Allah (SWT) represented by His Name Al-Kareem is the attribute of being bountiful. This means that Allah is generous, giving, and bestows His blessings abundantly upon His creation. He provides for their needs and grants them favors and gifts beyond measure. This Name emphasizes Allah's infinite generosity and kindness towards His creation, highlighting His willingness to give and reward abundantly.

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  • 9. 

    What attribute of Allah(SWT) is represented by His Name Ar-Raqeeb?

    • A.

      The Judge

    • B.

      The Vast

    • C.

      The Watcher

    • D.

      The Wise

    Correct Answer
    C. The Watcher
    Explanation
    The attribute of Allah (SWT) represented by His Name Ar-Raqeeb is "The Watcher". This name signifies that Allah is constantly observing and aware of everything that happens in the universe. He is vigilant and attentive to every detail, nothing escapes His knowledge and scrutiny. This name reminds believers that they are always under Allah's watchful eye, and encourages them to be mindful of their actions and intentions.

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  • 10. 

    What attribute of Allah(SWT) is represented by His Name Al-Mujeeb ?

    • A.

      The Vast

    • B.

      The Responsive

    • C.

      The Judge

    • D.

      The Wise One

    Correct Answer
    B. The Responsive
    Explanation
    The attribute of Allah (SWT) represented by His Name Al-Mujeeb is "The Responsive". This name signifies that Allah listens to the prayers and supplications of His servants and responds to them. It highlights His ability to answer the calls of His creation and fulfill their needs. This name reflects the mercy and compassion of Allah towards His believers, as He is always ready to respond to their pleas and grant them what is best for them.

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  • 11. 

    Which name of Allah(SWT) means  The Vast, The All-Embracing and The Knowledgeable?

    • A.

      Al-Hakeem

    • B.

      Al-Wasi^

    • C.

      Al-Raafi^

    • D.

      Al-Hafeez

    Correct Answer
    B. Al-Wasi^
    Explanation
    The name of Allah (SWT) that means The Vast, The All-Embracing, and The Knowledgeable is Al-Wasi^. This name signifies that Allah has vast knowledge and encompasses all things in His knowledge. He is all-embracing and His knowledge extends to all aspects of creation. This name highlights Allah's infinite wisdom and understanding of everything in the universe.

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  • 12. 

    Which name of Allah(SWT) means The Wise?

    • A.

      Al-Hakeem

    • B.

      Al-Majeed

    • C.

      Al-Malik

    • D.

      Ar-Raheem

    Correct Answer
    A. Al-Hakeem
    Explanation
    Al-Hakeem means The Wise. In the Islamic faith, Allah is believed to possess infinite wisdom and knowledge. This name emphasizes Allah's ability to make wise decisions and provide guidance to his followers. It signifies that Allah's wisdom is perfect and that he is capable of understanding and resolving all matters with the utmost wisdom and intelligence.

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  • 13. 

    Which name of Allah(SWT) means The Loving?

    • A.

      Ar-Raqeeb

    • B.

      Al-Mujeeb

    • C.

      Allah

    • D.

      Al-Wadood

    Correct Answer
    D. Al-Wadood
    Explanation
    Al-Wadood means "The Loving" in Arabic. This name of Allah (SWT) signifies His boundless love, compassion, and affection towards His creation. It highlights His benevolence and the unconditional love He has for His believers. This name reminds us of Allah's constant care and concern for His creation and encourages us to seek His love and mercy in all aspects of our lives.

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  • 14. 

    Which name of Allah(SWT) means  The Glorious?

    • A.

      Al-Ba^ith

    • B.

      Al-Majeed

    • C.

      Al-Wasi^

    • D.

      Al-Hakeem

    Correct Answer
    B. Al-Majeed
    Explanation
    Al-Majeed is the name of Allah (SWT) that means "The Glorious". This name signifies that Allah is full of glory, honor, and majesty. It highlights His greatness, magnificence, and perfection in all aspects. By using this name, Muslims acknowledge and praise Allah's infinite power and beauty, recognizing Him as the ultimate source of all glory and honor.

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  • 15. 

    Which name of Allah(SWT) means The Reserrector?

    • A.

      Al-Haqq

    • B.

      Al-Wadood

    • C.

      Al-Ba^ith

    • D.

      Al-Wakeel

    Correct Answer
    C. Al-Ba^ith
    Explanation
    Al-Ba^ith is the name of Allah (SWT) that means The Reserrector. This name signifies that Allah has the power and ability to bring the dead back to life on the Day of Judgment. As the Reserrector, Allah will raise all of humanity from their graves and judge them according to their deeds. This name highlights Allah's ultimate authority and control over life and death, emphasizing the belief in the resurrection and the afterlife.

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  • 16. 

    Which name of Allah(SWT) means The Witness?

    • A.

      Al-Ba^ith

    • B.

      Ash-Shaheed

    • C.

      Al-Wakeel

    • D.

      Malik Al-Mulk

    Correct Answer
    B. Ash-Shaheed
    Explanation
    Ash-Shaheed means "The Witness" in Arabic. This name of Allah(SWT) signifies that He is the ultimate witness to all things, both seen and unseen. Allah(SWT) is aware of all that occurs in the universe and nothing escapes His knowledge. He bears witness to the actions and intentions of His creation, and His witness is absolute and just. This name reminds believers to be conscious of their actions, as they are always being observed by the ultimate Witness.

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  • 17. 

    Which name of Allah(SWT) means The True?

    • A.

      Al-Mateen

    • B.

      Al-Majeed

    • C.

      Al-Qawiyy

    • D.

      Al-Haqq

    Correct Answer
    D. Al-Haqq
    Explanation
    The name "Al-Haqq" means The True. This name emphasizes the absolute truth and reality of Allah. It signifies that Allah is the ultimate source of truth and that everything He says and does is true. By using this name, Muslims acknowledge and affirm the truthfulness and reliability of Allah in all aspects of life.

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  • 18. 

    What does the name Al-Wakeel represent?Hint:The One who gives the satisfaction and is relied upon.HInt 2:The first word is The.

    Correct Answer
    The Trustee
    The Trustworthy
    The Trusted
    Explanation
    The name Al-Wakeel represents someone who is entrusted with responsibilities and can be relied upon. It signifies a person who is trustworthy and dependable. The word "The" in the hint suggests that the name carries a sense of authority and importance. Therefore, the correct answer options - The Trustee, The Trustworthy, and The Trusted - all align with the qualities associated with the name Al-Wakeel.

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  • 19. 

    What does the Name of Allah(SWT) Al-Qawiyy represent?

    • A.

      The Most Strong

    • B.

      The Judge

    • C.

      The Firm One

    • D.

      The Supporter

    Correct Answer
    A. The Most Strong
    Explanation
    The Name of Allah (SWT) Al-Qawiyy represents The Most Strong. This name signifies Allah's immense strength and power. It emphasizes His ability to overcome any obstacle and His unmatched might. It highlights the fact that Allah is the ultimate source of strength and support for His creation.

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  • 20. 

    What does the Name of Allah(SWT) Al-Mateen represent?

    • A.

      The Firm One

    • B.

      The Protecting Friend

    • C.

      The Supporter

    • D.

      The Feeder

    Correct Answer
    A. The Firm One
    Explanation
    The Name of Allah, Al-Mateen, represents the attribute of being firm and strong. It signifies that Allah is unchanging and steadfast. This Name emphasizes His power, stability, and immutability. He is the ultimate source of strength and support, and His firmness is a source of comfort and reassurance for believers.

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  • 21. 

    What does the Name of Allah(SWT) Al-Waliyy represent?

    • A.

      The Protecting Friend

    • B.

      The Praiseworthy

    • C.

      The Counter

    • D.

      The Reckoner

    Correct Answer
    A. The Protecting Friend
    Explanation
    The Name of Allah, Al-Waliyy, represents The Protecting Friend. This Name signifies that Allah is the ultimate guardian and protector of His creation. He is the One who supports, guides, and takes care of His believers. Allah's friendship and protection are constant and unwavering, providing comfort and security to those who seek His help and guidance.

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  • 22. 

    Which name of Allah(SWT) means The Praiseworthy?

    • A.

      Az-Zaahir

    • B.

      Al-Hameed

    • C.

      Al-'Akhir

    • D.

      Al-Baatin

    Correct Answer
    B. Al-Hameed
    Explanation
    Al-Hameed means "The Praiseworthy" in Arabic. This name of Allah (SWT) signifies His attribute of being worthy of all praise and admiration. It highlights His perfection, excellence, and the fact that He is deserving of all gratitude and thanks. As the ultimate source of all goodness and blessings, Allah (SWT) is praised for His infinite mercy, wisdom, and power. This name reminds believers to express their gratitude and appreciation for His countless blessings and to acknowledge His greatness and perfection.

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  • 23. 

    Which name of Allah(SWT) means The Counter andThe Reckoner?

    • A.

      Az-Zaahir

    • B.

      Al-'Akhir

    • C.

      Al-Muhsee

    • D.

      Al-Mu'akh-khir

    Correct Answer
    C. Al-Muhsee
    Explanation
    Al-Muhsee is the correct answer because it means The Counter and The Reckoner. In Islamic belief, Allah is believed to keep a record of all our actions and will hold us accountable for them on the Day of Judgment. Al-Muhsee signifies that Allah is the One who meticulously counts and keeps track of everything, ensuring that justice is served in the end.

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  • 24. 

    Which name of Allah(SWT) means The Originator?

    • A.

      Al-Mubdi'

    • B.

      Al-Walee

    • C.

      Al-Mu'akh-khir

    • D.

      Al-Barr

    Correct Answer
    A. Al-Mubdi'
    Explanation
    Al-Mubdi' is the name of Allah (SWT) that means The Originator. This name signifies that Allah is the one who brings about the creation of everything from nothingness. He is the source of all existence and the one who initiates and begins all things. This name highlights Allah's power and ability to create and innovate, emphasizing His role as the ultimate Creator and the origin of all things.

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  • 25. 

    Which name of Allah(SWT) means The Reproducer?

    • A.

      At-Tawwaab

    • B.

      Al-Barr

    • C.

      Ad-Daarr

    • D.

      Al-Mu^eed

    Correct Answer
    D. Al-Mu^eed
    Explanation
    Al-Mu^eed means The Reproducer. This name of Allah (SWT) signifies His ability to create and reproduce life. It highlights His power to bring about new beginnings and renew life. As the Reproducer, Allah (SWT) is the ultimate source of all creation and has the ability to recreate and regenerate life in various forms. This name emphasizes Allah's role as the giver of life and the one who continually brings about new beginnings.

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  • 26. 

    Which name of Allah(SWT) means The Restorer and The Giver of Life?

    • A.

      Al-Barr

    • B.

      Ad-Daarr

    • C.

      Al-Haadi

    • D.

      Al-Muhyi

    Correct Answer
    D. Al-Muhyi
    Explanation
    Al-Muhyi means "The Giver of Life" in Arabic. This name of Allah(SWT) signifies that He is the one who grants life and revives all living beings. It highlights His power and ability to bring life to the dead, both physically and spiritually. As the Restorer, Al-Muhyi has the ability to restore and renew life, providing hope and rejuvenation to all who seek Him. This name emphasizes Allah's role as the ultimate source of life and the one who sustains and revitalizes all creation.

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  • 27. 

    Which name of Allah(SWT) means The Creator of Death?

    • A.

      Al-Baaqi

    • B.

      As-Saboor

    • C.

      Ar-Rasheed

    • D.

      Al-Mumeet

    Correct Answer
    D. Al-Mumeet
    Explanation
    Al-Mumeet is the name of Allah(SWT) that means The Creator of Death. This name signifies that Allah is the one who brings death to all living beings and has complete control over life and death. It emphasizes His power and authority over the cycle of life and the inevitability of death for all creatures.

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  • 28. 

    Which name of Allah(SWT) means The Alive?

    • A.

      An-Nafi^

    • B.

      Al-Baaqi

    • C.

      Al-Hayy

    • D.

      An-Noor

    Correct Answer
    C. Al-Hayy
    Explanation
    Al-Hayy is the name of Allah (SWT) that means "The Alive". This name signifies that Allah is the ever-living, eternal and self-subsisting. It emphasizes His attribute of being alive and active, without any beginning or end. It highlights His power to give life and sustain it, and His presence in every moment. This name reminds believers of Allah's eternal existence and His ability to grant life and resurrection.

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  • 29. 

    Which name of Allah(SWT) means The Self-Subsisting?

    • A.

      Al-Qayyoom

    • B.

      An-Noor

    • C.

      Thul-Jalali wal-Ikram

    • D.

      Al-Muqsit

    Correct Answer
    A. Al-Qayyoom
    Explanation
    The name of Allah (SWT) that means The Self-Subsisting is Al-Qayyoom. This name signifies that Allah is self-sufficient and does not depend on anyone or anything for His existence. He is the sustainer of all creation and is constantly taking care of and maintaining everything in the universe. This name emphasizes Allah's eternal existence and His ability to sustain and support all of His creation.

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  • 30. 

    Which name of Allah(SWT) means The Perceiver and The Finder?

    • A.

      Al-Mutakabbir

    • B.

      Al-Muqsit

    • C.

      Al-Khaaliq

    • D.

      Al-Waajid

    Correct Answer
    D. Al-Waajid
    Explanation
    Al-Waajid means The Perceiver, The Finder, The Rich who is never poor. Al-Wajd is Richness

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  • 31. 

    Which name of Allah(SWT) means The Unique?

    • A.

      Al-Mu^iz

    • B.

      Al-Waahid

    • C.

      Al-Baseer

    • D.

      Al-Ghafoor

    Correct Answer
    B. Al-Waahid
    Explanation
    Al-Waahid is the correct answer because it means "The Unique" in Arabic. This name of Allah emphasizes that He is the only one of His kind, without any partners or equals. It highlights His incomparable nature and emphasizes His oneness.

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  • 32. 

    This appears in Surat Al-Iklas and means The One. Hint:First word is Al-.

    Correct Answer
    Al-Ahad
    Al Ahad
    Ahad
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Al-Ahad". This is because the question mentions that the word appears in Surat Al-Iklas and starts with "Al-", which is a definite article in Arabic. The word "Ahad" means "One" in Arabic, but it is preceded by "Al-" to form the complete phrase "Al-Ahad", which means "The One". Therefore, "Al-Ahad" is the correct answer.

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