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.
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