Thursday 21st September 2017 is host to the International Day of Peace – a globally shared date for everyone to commit to peace, above all differences. When you think of suitable baby names something that springs to mind for many of us is the idea of peace, something calming and humble, yet subtly strong.
With the holy Islamic festival of Eid al-Adha last week, celebrated by 1.5 billion Muslims worldwide, what better time to look at the meaning and significance of some of the most popular Islamic baby girl names.
Namey is a brand new app, developed as a response to a very real problem: how to choose a name for a new baby when there are so many options as well as keen family members ready to offer up their name suggestions.
Namey simplifies the process by allowing users to search, share and name their baby using artificial intelligence: turning it around from being a cumbersome and overwhelming experience to fitting in with our digital lives in an enjoyable and stress-free way.
Namey enables users to search for baby names based on specific search criteria, including: mothers and father’s name, siblings’ names, alphabet prefix, origin and characteristics. Current name origins include Arabic, Chinese, English, European, Muslim, Persian, Turkish and Urdu.
Namey has a very wide potential audience. The product was built to reach an international audience of expectant parents, new parents and friends and family of said parents.