Keyur (Sanskrit केयूर) is an ancient word of Sanskrit origin which refers to armlet or bracelet worn on the upper hand.
Keyur founds reference in Ramayan (रामायण), Mahabharata (महाभारत) and Raghuvansh (रघुवंश) where Keyur is the bracelet worn on the upper arm, especially it is a golden jewellery, worn by Krishna on his hand.
Keyur also founds reference in Sir Monier-Williams dictionary in which it means a kind of coitus. Keyur is also found to be mentioned in the Epic Karand-Vyuh (कारण्ड-व्यूह) where Keyur is name of a Samaadhi (समाधि).
Keyur is a somewhat popular name in the USA. Keyur is used by nearly 100 people in the USA between the years 1984 to 2004 as the name of their kids. As per social media records, Keyur is also a pretty popular name in India. Here Keyur is used by more than 950 people as the name of their children, as .
In our opinion Keyur is a short, and stylish name. Keyur is also a unique kind of name.
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