Please ask a language expert what does "Sadiqur Rahman" mean?
I guess (maybe wrong) that it means "the truthful of Rahman", and so is maybe equivalent to "Abdul Rahman" which means "Slave of Rahman", so it can be permissible since you are not calling yourself Rahman but something of Rahman.
Yes. We have 99 as a matter of fact.
1 ٱلْرَّحْمَـانُ AR-RAHMAAN The Most or Entirely Merciful
2 ٱلْرَّحِيْمُ AR-RAHEEM The Bestower of Mercy
3 ٱلْمَلِكُ AL-MALIK The King and Owner of Dominion
4 ٱلْقُدُّوسُ AL-QUDDUS The Absolutely Pure
5 ٱلْسَّلَامُ AS-SALAM The Perfection and Giver of Peace
6 ٱلْمُؤْمِنُ AL-MU’MIN The ...
Nawfal is an Arabic name and has different meanings in Arabic :
Nawfal نوفل (as noun) : Sea.
Nawfal نوفل (as adjective): generous "for man".
Nawfal نوفل (as adjective): charming "for child".
and it's a good meanings , and as it's mentioned there were some of Sahaba share the same name "Nawfal" , so there is no reason to change ...
Nawfal is an Arabic name. It was also the name of some of the sahaba such as:
Nawfal bin Mu'awiyah ( نوفل بن معاوية بن عروة ). He accepted Islam at or before the conquest of Makkah and took part in the battles of Hunain and Taif; and the Hajj under Abu Bakr in 9 AH and later the the farewell Hajj under the Prophet ﷺ. He is a narrator of Hadith in Bukhari ...
The word "Ahnaf" refers to a man who has a particular crookedness in his legs. The Sahabi was named like that because he had such a crookedness.
As far as I found, it does not mean "worshiper of Allah."
Naming children with names such as Rahman, Jabbar, Allah, etc., which are specific to the essence of God, is not good, but naming names such as Hamid, Ali, etc. is not a problem.
Of course, if you add the word 'Abd' at the beginning of God's special names to convey the meaning of serving God, such as "Abdullah, 'Abd al-Jabbar, etc., naming a child after ...