Write your name in Arabic calligraphy

Would you like to write your name in Arabic calligraphy?

Then simply type your name below and our free tool will translate it and write in Arabic alphabet, and in the Arab or Islamic calligraphy style of your choice *.

* Note : please note that it is a transcription into Arabic alphabet of the names phonetics. This translation is therefore an approximate match as certain sounds do not exist in the Arabic language (and vice-versa in English !). For example, Arabic has only three vowels : a, i and u.

178 thoughts on “Write your name in Arabic calligraphy

  1. My name is Hafsa.. after translation the result is هافسا which is obviously incorrect and not what i want..
    Your calligraphy styles are good but please fix the translator..
    I typed my name in arabic.. as in i typed حفصة… just to check the styles but the result this time was blank…

  2. What you’ve written is correct. It should render as “كريستوفر”.
    I think this site’s translator confused the “ch” letter equilivant in Arabic with its other form (as in the ‘ch’ in ‘church’). To avoid this, you may simply type it the same way you pronounce it, for ex: Kristopher.

  3. It is incorrect. My name Aditya out here is transliterated as ‘اديتة’ whereas since I know to write in Arabic script it actually is written as ‘عدِتيه’ or ‘عدِتيا’

    I guess this software translates A for alif always instead of the actually intended alphabet. For example Arabic in Arabic would not start with Alif but Ein

  4. I first found a translation for the name Christopher written as: كريستوفر
    I can’t remember which website I found this on, however when I used the translator tool on this site it appeared completely different. How would Christopher be correctly written in Arabic?

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