Nûh (Arabic: نوح, translit. Nūḥ), known as the tenth and last of the pre-Flood Patriarchs - Noah, in the Old Testament, is recognized in Quran as a prophet of God. Noah mentioned 43 times, in 43 verses, in 28 surahs. Surah Nuh ("Noah") (Arabic: سورة نوح, “Noah”) is the seventy-first sura of the Quran with 28 ayats.
From Biblical Hebrew נֹחַ (nóakh, nṓaḥ). נָח • (nákh) (pa'al construction, infinitive לָנוּחַ, future יָנוּחַ)
In The Quran
(4:163) We have inspired you as We have inspired Noah and the prophets after him. We inspired Abraham, and Ishmael, and Isaac, and Jacob, and the Patriarchs, and Jesus, and Job, and Jonah, and Aaron, and Solomon; and We have given David the Psalms.
(23:27) So We inspired him: "Construct the Ship under Our eyes and Our inspiration. Then, when Our command comes and the geyser erupts, then you shall take on the Ship two from every pair, and your family; except for those of them upon whom the word has come. Do not address Me regarding those who have done wrong, for they will be drowned."
(66:10) God cites as examples of those who have rejected, the wife of Noah and the wife of Lot. They were married to two of Our righteous servants, but they betrayed them and, consequently, they could not help them at all against God. It was said, "Enter the fire, both of you, with those who will enter it."