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Please note that the Qur'an does not ratify Virgin Birth.
6:101 Wonderful Originator of the heavens and earth; how can He have a son when He never chose for Himself a (Sahebah) mate? He creates all things (and does not procreate 112:3.) and He is the Profound Knower of all things and events. [So, how could Mary have a son without a mate? God never changes His Laws operative in the Universe. And, three of the four gospels mention Joseph the Carpenter as the father of Jesus]
You said: Women mentioned in the Quran Umme Moses (AS), H. Asiya Pharaoh's wife, H. Hawa/Eve (RA) wife of H. Adam (AS), Bilquish Queen of Sheba, H. Sarah (RA), H. Hagar (RA), and Mother of H. Mary (RA)..
The names Asiya, Hawwa, Bilqees, Sarah and Hajra (Haggar) come from extra Quranic sources.