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I was told to change my baby’s name, Sajdaa

Assalamu alaikum. I have a baby girl and her age is 2 years. We choose 'SAJDAA' as her name.

But recently I was informed that to change this name. I don't know the actual reason.

Is this name is problematic??? Is it important to change her name??

Please let me know...

- sleepy

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  1. Wa alaykum as-salam. I don't see any problem with the name. If you are referring to the sajda or prostration we make in salat, I think it's a nice name with a wonderful meaning. However I don't think you need two letter a's at the end. I think it should be Sajda.

    And Allah knows best.

    Wael Editor

    • Hello,

      this question is not directly related to the main question, but resembles it.

      My brother put his display name in a game as GOD, he meant no harm by it and didn't mean to impersonate Allah by it, he would change it, but the option isn't available now, and it would cost money. Also, he is working on levelling this account for years, so leaving it would make him sad. He chose this name, because it is rare, and he saw it as cool and a cool shot to get a new name.

      Is the name disrespectful, and he has to change it? Or because his intentions are pure he can keep it? Or even if his intentions are pure, he still has to change it?

      • Himari, in my opinion it is rude and disrespectful, and he should change or delete it immediately.

        Would he call himself Allah? Or Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala? It's the same thing. Just because it's in English doesn't make it okay.

        Wael Editor

        • Thank you!

          He wanted to ask, can he name himself "Divine"? Or "Divine Knight"? Or is that still disrespectful?

          • In my opinion, Divine is not acceptable, but Divine Knight, as in a knight who serves the Divine cause, would be okay.


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