Al-Gaffar: The One who, as requisites of divine power or wisdom, ‘conceals’ the inadequacies of those who recognize their shortcomings and wish to be freed from their consequences. The One who forgives.
Al-Ghafur: The One who’s Mercy should never be doubted or given up on. The One who enables necessary cleansing and triggers the name Rahim to bestow blessings.
Al-Ghani: The One who is beyond being labeled and limited by the manifestations of His Names, as He is Great (Akbar) and beyond all concepts. The One who is infinitely abundant with His Names.
Al-Habir: The One who is aware of the manifestations of His Names at all times. The One who allows his manifestations to discern the level of their comprehension via their outputs.
Al-Hadi: The guide to the truth. The One who allows individuals to live according to their reality. The articulator of the truth. The guide to reality.
Al-Hafiz: The One who provides all requirements to preserve and maintain existence.
Al-Hakam: The Absolute Judge whose judgment (verdict) is irresistibly applied.
Al-Hakim: The One whose power of knowledge appears under the guise of ‘causes’, hence creating causality and leading to the perception of multiplicity.
Al-Halim: The One who refrains from giving sudden (impulsive) reactions to events, but rather evaluates all situations in respect of their purpose of manifestation.
Hamd: The evaluation of the corporeal worlds created with His Names, as He wills.
Al-Hamid: The One who observes and evaluates His universal perfection on worldly forms manifested by His Name al-Waliyy.
Al-Haqq: The absolute and unequivocal reality! The source and essence of every function in manifestation!
Al-Hasib: The One who maintains individuality by holding them to account of their behavioral output through the mechanics of ‘consequence’.
Al-Hayy: The source of names! The One who gives life to the Names and manifests them. The source of universal energy, the essence of energy!
Hu: Whether via revelation or through consciousness, HU is the inner essence of the reality of everything that is perceived... To such extent that, as the reflection of Akbariyyah, first awe then nothingness is experienced and, as such, the Reality of Hu can never be attained! Sight cannot reach HU! HU denotes absolute obscurity and incomprehension! As a matter of fact, all names, including Allah are mentioned in connection with HU in the Quran!