Rasya is the ancient Sanskrit name which literally means with essence, emotional, sentimental or full of feelings. It also means juicy.
Mention of Rasya (रस्य) is found in Mahabharata where this word refers to juicy, tasty, savoury or palatable. Mention of Rasya is found in Lexicographers, esp. such as Amarasimha, Halayudha, Hemacandra where Rasya refers to blood. Reference of Rasya is also found in Epic Lord Ganesha, where Lord Ganesha is Rasya as the Lord of foodgrains and he is an object of taste, being extremely sweet and honeyed.
Rasya is not at all a popular baby name in the USA. Rasya is hard to pronounce for non Indians as it is with 2 syllables, might be that is why Rasya is not popular in the USA. Rasya is not used by many people in India. Also this name is used by almost 3 people as the name of their children, as per social media records.
The Hindu baby name Rasya is Rare.
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