Samin (Sanskrit समीन) is ancient Sanskrit word which literally refers to accomplisher of peace. Samin also refers to pacifist, tranquil, peaceful and consoler.
Mention of Samin is found in Sir Monier-Williams dictionary with meanings like pacifist, tranquil, consoler and peaceful.
Reference of Samin is also found in Harivansh Puran where Samin is the name of a son of Rajadhidheva. This word is also referred in Vishnu Puran in which Samin is the name of a son of Sura and also a son of Andhaka. Samin is also mentioned in the writings of Panini where Samin is used to show year or some event that occurs yearly or annual.
Samin is a somewhat popular name in India and USA. Samin is used by some 52 people in India as the name of their kids. Samin is also used by less than 50 people in the USA as the name of their children.
As far as we can tell, Samin is sort, unique and easy to pronounce name.
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