Traditionally, scholars favored deriving the name "Eden" from the Akkadian edinnu, derived from a Sumerian word edin meaning "plain" or "steppe". Also, word Eden is possibly related to an Aramaic root word meaning "fruitful, well-watered." Perhaps from Ugaritic base 'dn and meaning "a place that is well-watered throughout".
(20:75-76) He who comes to Him being faithful, doing good works, for those will be the highest ranks. Gardens of Eden (Arab. عَدْنٍ, ʿadnin) with rivers flowing beneath them, abiding therein. Such is the reward of he who is developed.
(9:72) God has promised the faithful men and women gardens with rivers flowing beneath it, in which they will abide, and pleasing homes in the gardens of Eden (Arab. عَدْنٍ, ʿadnin). The acceptance from God is the most important; such is the greatest success.
(18:31) They will have gardens of Eden (Arab. عَدْنٍ, ʿadnin) with rivers flowing beneath them, and they will be adorned with bracelets of gold and they will wear green garments of fine silk. They will sit in it on raised thrones. Beautiful is the reward, and beautiful is the dwelling place.
(40:8) "Our Lord, and admit them into the gardens of Eden (Arab. عَدْنٍ, ʿadnin) which You had promised for them and for those who did good of their fathers, their spouses, and their progeny. You are the Noble, the Wise."
(98:8) Their reward with their Lord is the gardens of Eden (Arab. عَدْنٍ, ʿadnin) with rivers flowing beneath them; they abide eternally therein. God is satisfied with them, and they are satisfied with Him. That is for whoever feared His Lord.