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The word maktoob means 'it is written / it was written'. People use the phrase to imply that they were predestined to have something happen to them. Belief in fate (non-absolute fate) is mandatory in Islam.
Malak means angel. It can be used as a name for either a boy or a girl, but it should be noted that Angels are not feminine.
Malakul Mawt (ملك الموت)
The Angel of Death, called `Azraeel in Islam.
(1) Malik means owner or master of an object. Malik is a popular boy's name.
The Arabic word for man is rajul.
Manahil can mean springs or founts (of water, knowldge, etc.). It is a popular girl's name amongst Asians.
Ill and in bad health.
This is a traditional Arabic greeting meaning 'Welcome'.