Sagar सागर

  • Suitable for Boy
  • 3 syllables and 5 letters
  • pronounced as sAgara
  • Hindi (Sanskrit) सागर

Sagar meaning: Vast Body


Sagar name meaning

Literal meaning of Sagar:

Sanskrit name Sagar (Sanskrit: सागर) depicts sea or ocean. Sagar is also used for marine or something that is related to the sea.


Intended meaning of Sagar:

Reference of Sanskrit word Sagar is found in the Mahabharata, Ramayan, Manu Smiriti, Purans, and other Epics. In Purans Sagar word is used to denote a particular very high number (= 10). This name is mentioned in Mahabharat and Manu Smiriti, which tells its story that how oceans were formed by the grandsons of Bhagirath and name Sagar was given by Bhagirath after the name of his son. Sagar is also to be referenced in Ganit where it depicts number four.
Reference of this name is also found in Moneir-Williams dictionary where Sagar denotes a vast body or inexhaustible mass.


Popularity of Sagar

US Popularity Trend for Sagar

Sagar is a very popular name in both USA and India. In the USA Sagar is in trend since 1975. This name was most famous between the years 1985 to 2001 where it was used by 30 - 60 people per year as the name of their babies. In India also Sagar is used by more than 8000 people as the name of their children.

In our opinion Sagar is a great name. It is beautiful, stylish and sweet. Sagar also has some mythological significance.

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