Sanskrit name Kirat (Sanskrit: किरत) literally means filling with or spreading. Kirat also refers to pouring or throwing out.
Kirat is an ancient word which means filling with or spreading. Reference of Kirat is found in Epics like Amaru-Shatak (अमरु-शतक) and Mahabharata.
In Amaru-Shatak the word Kirat is used as pouring out as pouring water to earth or pouring water to plants.
Reference of this name is also found in Mahabharata where it referes to the act of throwing something like throwing arrows on enemy. This word is also used as strewing or filling with in Mahabharata.
As found in Monier-Williams dictionary Kirat denotes spreading knowledge or scattering.
Kirat is not a very popular name in the USA. This name has been used by 5 peoples per year as the name of their children between the years 2007 and 2010. Kirat is also not popular in India. It is used by only a few people as per social media chart.
In our opinion Kirat is a unique name with good Sanskrit meaning as well as it has some mythological significance too.
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