Ancient Sanskrit word Kuni means a crooked arm. Kuni refers to a person who has a withered arm or an arm without a hand or finger.
Reference of Kuni is found in Mahabharata and Sushrut (सुश्रुत) where it means a person who has an arm without a hand or finger. Kuni also refers to a soldier who has lost his hand in a battle.
This name also founds reference in Bhagvat Puran where it refers to a prince who was the son of King Jai.
As described in the Parashar Smiriti (पराशर-स्मृति), Kuni is a name of one of the authors of Dharma Shashtra.
Reference of Kuni also found in Vayu-Purana (वायु-पुराण) as a Rushi (ऋषि). And another name for Garga (गर्ग) in Mhabharata.
As we can clearly see from the chart Kuni is not a popular name. Kuni is not used by any people of USA, And also not a popular name in India.
Kuni is short and easy to pronounce Sanskrit name, but meaning of this name is not good.
Female consort of Ishan. Means "lord, master, ruler, northea..more
Viswam is an ancient word of Sanskrit origin which means ent..more
The Sanskrit word mantra consists of the root man- "to think..more
Sanskrit masculine name Krish literally means thin, lean, we..more
Means "blowing, expanding, progress, development" in Sanskri..more
Pravir (प्रविर) is a masculine first name in India that lite..more
Arav (Sanskrit: अरव) is a Hindu Indian popular masculine giv..more
Dula means Shaking and it is one of the 7 Krttikas accoding ..more
http://www.pitarau.com/ is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon. Clicking on an Amazon link from http://www.pitarau.com/ does not increase the cost of any item you purchase.