Faninath (in Devanagari: फणिनाथ) is a Hindu boy name of Sanskrit origin, which literally means "lord of serpents."
The name Faninath is derived from Sanskrit - a combination of Pani (serpent) and Nath (lord) to form Faninath. Together, they indicate lord of serpents.
Faninath is not a popular name in the US as indicated by the popularity charts. According to the data gathered from social networking sites, Faninath is an unusual baby name.
The Hindu baby name Faninath is rare.
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