The girl name Sathyavathi (सत्यवती) is derived from Sanskrit. It means "truthful and the name of vyasa's mother" The name originates from the Sanskrit language but is more often used as a Telugu name.
The name Sathyavathi (also transliterated as Satyavati, Sathyavathi or Sathyavathee) is one of the ancient Indian names and is derived from the Sanskrit roots "Sathya" and "Vathi". "Sathya" means "truth" and "Vathi" means "having". Together, they indicate the truthful. Sathyavathi finds reference in Mahabharata (महाभारत), Harivansha, Puranas and Pajcaratra in which Sathyavathi is the name of the daughter of the apsara Adrika who became the mother of Vyasa by sage Parashara.
Name Sathyavathi is not that popular in the US. According to Social media Popularity count, Sathyavathi has 70 counts, so you can see that it is not too popular. Another way the name is spelt as Satyavati and this spelling seems to be even less popular with only 13 counts.
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