Mayurika (Sanskrit मयूरिका) is an ancient Sanskrit word which refers to someone with peacock feathers. Mayurika also refers to Deccan Hemp.
Reference of Mayurika is found in the Epic Sushrut (सुश्रुत) where Mayurika is a kind of venomous insect. This word is also found to be referred in Sir Monier-Williams dictionary where Mayurika refers to someone with peacock feathers.
Mention of Mayurika is found in writings of lexicographers also where Amar Singh and Halayudh have also used this word as Deccan Hemp.
Mayurika is not a very popular name in either India or USA. Mayurika is adopted by nearly 75 people in India as the name of their children. Mayurika is not adopted by an person of the USA as the name of their kids.
In our opinion Mayurika is a nice and sweet name. Mayurika also has sweet and unique meaning attached to it. Mayurika is also a stylish name.
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