The Humbler, The One who Softens, The Lowerer
The One who chooses the ones to be humbled, softened, made gentle.
The One who decides which ones to weaken or diminish.
The One who humbles the proud, haughty or
insolent, to awaken them from their sleep.
From the root kh-f-d which has the following classical Arabic connotations:
The name Khāfid is not specifically used as a Beautiful Name in the Qur'ān.
Rāfi' (uplifter) is the opposite of Khāfid (humbler).
The names Khāfid and Rāfi' are often used together to acknowledge the way that balance and harmony are established and maintained though the interplay of cause and effect.
Mudhill (dishonorer) is similar to, but much more intensive and unpleasant than, Khāfid (humbler).
(Also written as al-khafid, al-khaafid, the Humbler: ya khafid, ya khaafid)