Priyamvad (Sanskrit प्रियंवद) is an ancient word of Sanskrit origin which literally means soft-spoken person or a sweet tongued person.
Reference of Priyamvad is found in Mahabharata and Kavya with the meanings like agreeable, affable to or speaking kindly.
Priyamvad also founds reference in Ramayan where Priyamvad is a kind of bird.
This name is also referred in Raghuvansh where it is used as the name of a Gandharv.
Priyamvad is not used by any people in the USA as the name of their children. Priyamvad is used by only a few people as the name of their children in India.
Priyamvad is a sweet name with a sweet meaning. Priyamvad is a classical name. It has some of mythological significance.
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