It literally means "possessing fortune, blessed, prosperous" (from the noun ', meaning "fortune, wealth", cognate to Slavic ' "god"), and hence "illustrious, divine, venerable, holy", etc.
Derived from Sanskrit word "sam-jaya" means "completely vict..more
Adriraja (adri 'mountain' + raja 'king') literally means 'th..more
Samit is an ancient word of Sanskrit origin, which literally..more
Ancient Sanskrit word Medhajit (Sanskrit मेधाजीत) literally ..more
It is a Sanskrit word means soft, beautiful voice.more
Bavik means expressive, natural, righteous, prosperous and h..more
Shobhit (Sanskrit शोभित) is an ancient Sanskrit word which m..more
Anakranta derived from Sanskrit word anakranta, which litera..more
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