The essential name of the Almighty Creator, which is confirmed by the religion of Islam, «Allah» has no dictionary meaning.
With the exception of this name, all other names that describe Allah in the Holy Quran are known as the Asma ul Husna:

له الأسماء الحسنی
( Surah Al-Hashr, verse 24).

The phrase Asma ul Husna, made up of the word asma, the plural for «name», and husna, meaning beautiful or most beautiful, means «Allah’s most beautiful names.» The names which are attributes of Allah can be found in the Holy Quran.
ALLAH
حسبناالله و نعم الوکیل

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ALLAH
الحمد لله رب العالمین

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ALLAH
إن الله هوالرزاق ذوالقوة المتین

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ALLAH
ألا بذکرالله تطمئن القلوب

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ALLAH
فالله خیر حافظا و هو أرحم الراحمین

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ALLAH
قل هوالله أحد الله الصمد

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