Sanskrit name Aprameya (Sanskrit अप्रमेय) literally refers unlimited, abundant and immeasurable. It also means not to be proved.
Manu-Smrti have used Aprameya (अप्रमेय) in their works to refer immeasurable, unlimited or unfathomable. Mention of Aprameya (अप्रमेय) is found in Monier-Williams' Sanskrit-English Dictionary where this word refers to not to be proved. Aprameya is also found to be referred in the Epic Lord Ganesha, where Aprameya refers to Lord Ganesha who does not act without cause because he always acts only when there is any cause to do so. Aprameya (Sanskrit अप्रमेय) is another name of Lord Vishnu in the form of measurable and is beyond the senses that means he is immeasurable.
As per USA popularity chart is not shown, name Aprameya is not popular in the USA. Also, Aprameya is little difficult to pronounce for non indians. Aprameya is a bit popular name in India. Here it is used by some people as the name of their children.
As far as we can tell, Aprameya is Unique name.
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