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For those of you looking for a royal name, Aahil is a good choice for any little princes. However, it is an Arabic name so it might not be very common outside of Arabic speaking families. It could be a name choice for any parents who are more adventurous with their name choices, though!
Aahil is an Arabic word meaning “prince.” Although it translates to prince, it generally refers to a king or ruler who presides over multiple nations and countries.
Famous People With This Name
Although there aren’t any famous real life people with this name, Ahil Raza Ibrahim is a well-known character from the popular Indian soap opera, “Qubool Hai,” which means “I Accept.” It is a popular show that focuses on a Muslim community and did much to dispel sterotypes regarding Islam. The show ended in January 2016 after four seasons and 856 episodes.
Nicknames for Aahil is perhaps best generated from the later part of the name, as “Aa” sounds quite strange on its own. “Hil” is one idea, or maybe even “Hilly,” although that can be confused with the English word of the same name.
Aahil can also be written as Ahil, Ahel, and Aahel in English and it wouldn’t change the meaning. Aheli is also a similar name, but it means “pure.”
Stories Featuring This Name
Ahil Raza Ibrahim is one of the main characters of the second season of “Qubool Hai,” an Indian soap opera that began in 2012 and is played by Karanvir Bohra. He is a rich tycoon who destroys one of the main character’s restaurants, and eventually has a love story with her.
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