Ancient word Kuru (Sanskrit कुरु) literally means attached. Kuru also refers to a medicinal nightshade.
Reference of Kuru is found in Vishnu Puran where Kuru is the name of a king of Dhruva dynasty. Kuru is also used here with the meaning as a country considered ancient home of Aryans.
Kuru is also the name of a king of Uttanpada dynasty as mentioned in Vishnu-Puran.
Kuru is also referred in Mahabharata where it is the name of a famous Puru king. Kaurava dynasty was named after this king.
Mention of this name is also found in Bhagvat-Puran where this is the name of a son of Agneedh (आग्नीध्र) and grandson of Priya-Vrata (प्रिय-व्रत).
According to the chart here Kuru is not a very famous name in the USA. Kuru is not much used by people as the name of their children in India also.
In our opinion Kuru is a short and sweet name. Kuru is stylish also. It has some sort of mythological significance.
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