‘Allamah ‘Abd al-Hayy al-Laknawi was asked:
Question: Is it permissible to use the names “‘Abd al-Nabi” (bondsman of the prophet) and “‘Abd al-Rasul” (bondsman of the messenger) and “Amat al-Nabi” (bondswoman of the prophet) and “Amat al-Siddiq” (bondswoman of the truthful saint) etc?
Answer: Every name in which the words “‘abd” (bondsman) and “amah” (bondswoman) or their equivalent in any other language is attributed to other than Allah (Exalted is He) is impermissible. ‘Ali al-Qari stated this in Sharh al-Fiqh al-Akbar, and a hadith prohibiting this appears in Sunan Abi Dawud and others.
As for attributing the word “ghulam” (lad) to other than Allah, it is permissible. Hence “Ghulam Rasul” is permissible while “‘Abd al-Rasul” or “Bandah Rasul” etc. is not permissible
(Naf’ al-Mufti wa al-Sa’il, p. 170)