The boy name Kameswara (कामेश्वर) is derived from Sanskrit. It means "the lord or master of desire"
The baby name Kameswara is a Sanskrit compound, joining the words Kama, meaning desire and Iswara, meaning lord. Thereby, Kameswara can be loosely translated as "master of desire". Kameswara finds mention in the Taittiriya Aranyaka (तैत्तिरीय आरण्यक) where Kameswara is the name of Kuber. Kameswara finds reference in Skanda Purana (स्कन्द पुराण) in which Kameswara is the name of Of a Teerth. Kameswara is the name of Lord Shiva, which may either mean He fulfills all desires or that He controls Cupid.
The name Kameswara is not adopted by any person in the USA as the name of their kids. Kameswara is a somewhat popular name in India Kameswara is used by 230 people in India as per social media records.
The Hindu baby name Kameswara is Unique. If you are looking for a name with Very Good Meaning, then Kameswara is a good option. Name Kameswara have mythological significance. Kameswara is not popular in the USA, because it is longer with 4 syllables and difficult to pronunciation too.
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