Brahmadya (Sanskrit: ब्रह्माद्य) is a Hindu Indian popular masculine given name, which literally means "beginning with Brahma and to be eaten by priests or brahmans" in Sanskrit. Another meaning is absolute, the beginning.
Brahmadya is derived from the Sanskrit words Brahma meaning "priest or Supreme Spirit" and Adya meaning "beginning". Thereby, Brahmadya can be loosely translated as "beginning with priest". Manu Smrti (मनु स्मृति) have used Brahmadya (ब्रह्माद्य) in their works to refer beginning with Brahma. Mention of Brahmadya is found in Brahmana (ब्राह्मण) in which Brahmadya means to be eaten by priests or Brahmans.
Brahmadya is not at all a popular baby name in the USA. In the social media network, the name Brahmadya is used by a handful of people.
The Hindu baby name Brahmadya is rare. Brahmadya has a very beautiful meaning attached to it. Brahmadya also has some sort of mythological significance attached to it. Brahmadya (Syllables - 3) is a little hard to pronounce for non Indians, maybe that is why it is not popular in the USA.
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