Amanaat (transliteration: Amānāt, Arabic: أمانات) is an Arabic name for girls that means “deposits”, “trusts” (i.e. entrusted things), things left with someone for safekeeping.12 It is the plural of amānāh.
Amanaat may also be spelled as Amaanaat, Amanat and Amaanat
The word Amanaat is used in four places in the Quran, such as:
O you who believe! Do not betray God and the Messenger, nor betray your trusts, while you know.3
And those who honor their trusts and their pledges.
Below is the name Amanaat written in Arabic naskh script:
Below is the name Amanaat written in Arabic kufi script:
- Al-Mufradaat fi Ghareeb al-Qur’aan by al-Raaghib al-Asfahaani (d. c. 1109 CE), entry for أمن.
- Al-Misbaah al-Muneer by al-Fayyumi (d. 1368 CE), entry for ءمن.
- The Quran, verse 8:27.