Madira (Sanskrit: मदिरा) is a Hindu Indian popular feminine given name, which literally means "wagtail, wine, nectar and inebriating drink" in Sanskrit. Another meaning is spirituous liquor.
Mention of Madira (मदिरा) is found in Manu Smrti (मनु स्मृति) and Mahabharata where this word refers to spirituous liquor, any inebriating drink, wine, nectar. Madira finds reference in Lexicographers, esp. such as Amarasimha, Halayudha, Hemacandra with meaning a wagtail.
Madira finds mention in Harivansha (हरिवंश) Purana where Madira is the name of Goddess Durga. Madira finds mention in Vishnu Purana (विष्णु पुराण) and the Mahabharata where Madira is the name of the wife of Varuna, the goddess of wine and refers to of one of the wives of Vasudeva.
Madira finds reference in Kadambari (कादम्बरी) in which Madira is the name of the mother of Kadambari.
Madira is not at all a popular baby name in the USA. In the social media network, the name Madira is used by a handful of people.
In our opinion, Madira is a sweet and rare name. The baby name Madira is originated from Hindu literature.
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