Nilufar is a female name of Uzbek origin, which is derived from the Persian word “Nilufar” meaning “water lily,” a beautiful and fragrant flower that grows in still waters. As such, Nilufar is often interpreted to mean “lotus flower” or “water lily” in Uzbek culture.
Those who bear the name Nilufar are believed to possess qualities associated with the water lily, such as purity, beauty, grace, and resilience. They are known to be charming, graceful, and elegant individuals who radiate beauty and serenity. They also have a strong sense of inner strength and resilience, which allows them to overcome challenges with grace and poise.
Nilufar is a popular name in Uzbekistan and other Central Asian countries, as well as among the Uzbek diaspora. It is also a popular name among Muslim communities worldwide due to its Persian origins and association with beauty and grace.
In Islamic spirituality, the lotus flower is often used as a metaphor for spiritual awakening and enlightenment. Therefore, the name Nilufar is also considered a religiously significant name for Muslim parents seeking to name their daughters after a positive attribute associated with Islamic spirituality.