The name Kamakshi is derived from Sanskrit. It means "having loving eyes".
Kamakshi is the name of the Goddess Parvati as worshipped in Kancipuram, South India. It is also another name of a district sacred to goddess Durga (दुर्गा) in Assam and 28th name of the Goddess Lakshmi. The name Kamakshi is derived from Sanskrit - a combination of kama (desire) and akshi (eye) to form Kamakshi. Together, they indicate with desire eyes.
As per USA popularity chart is not shown, Name Kamakshi is not popular in the USA. Kamakshi is little hard to pronounce for non Indians, might be that is why not popular in the USA. According to Social media Popularity count, Kamakshi has 488 counts so you can see that it is not too popular. Another way the name is spelt as Kamakshee and this spelling seems to be even less popular with only 4 counts.
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