Your name in Arabic is the same as your name in English. Although most names stem from words or terms used hundreds or even thousands of years ago, there is typically no direct translation of a name from one language to another outside of biblical or saint names. For example, ‘Jacob’ in English is ‘Yakov’ in Yiddish or any Eastern European language. ‘Abraham’ will be ‘Abraham’ or ‘Ibrahim’ in Hebrew or Arabic. There is no Arabic version of ‘William’ or ‘Alicia’ because these names originated in Europe.