According to mythology, the boy Jaladhi (originally Sanskrit) means water-receptacle, lake and ocean.
The name Jaladhi (also transliterated as Jaladhi or Jaladi) is one of the ancient Indian names and is derived from the Sanskrit roots "Jala" and "Dhi". "Jala" means "water" and "Dhi" means "receptacle". Together, they indicate the water receptacle (i.e. the ocean). Jaladhi (जलधि) finds to be mentioned in Kashika Vrtti (काशिका वृत्ति) where Jaladhi is used for water-receptacle. Mention of Jaladhi (जलधि) is found in Horace H. Wilson where this word refers to a lake.
Mention of the Sanskrit name Jaladhi is found in Pajcaratra, Shakatayana and Varaha Brhat Sanhita in which this word refers to the ocean. Jaladhi finds reference in Mahabharata in which Jaladhi is the name of the black crocodile born from the ear of Rudra and which is the carrier of Varuna.
Jaladhi is not at all a popular baby name in the USA. According to Social media Popularity count, Jaladhi has 37 counts, so you can see that it is not too popular. Another way the name is spelt as Jaladi and this spelling seems to be even less popular with only 67 counts.
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