Sanskrit boy name Suras (Sanskrit सुरसा,सुरस) literally refers the excellent nectar, of good essence, elegant, lovely and charming.
The name Suras is derived from Sanskrit - a combination of Su (good, excellent) and Rasa (nectar) to form Suras. Together, they indicate the excellent nectar. Suras is referred in Bhamini Vilasa (भामिनी विलास) in which this word means rich in water. Ramayana (रामायण) and Varaha Brhat Sanhita have used Suras (सुरसा,सुरस) in their works to refer well-flavoured, juicy, sapid, savoury. Suras finds reference in Kathasaritsagara (कथासरित्सागर) and Bhamini Vilasa with meaning sweet, lovely, charming. Suras finds reference in Lexicographers, esp. such as Amarasimha, Halayudha, Hemacandra in which Suras is the name of goddess Durga. Suras finds mention in Mahabharata (महाभारत) and Ramayana where Suras is the name of a daughter of Dhaksh (दक्ष), wife of Kashyap and mother of the Nagas. Suras finds reference in Harivarnsa Purana in which Suras is the name of a daughter of Raudrasva.
As per USA popularity chart is not shown, name Suras is not popular in the USA. Suras is not used by many people in India. Also, this name is used by almost 0 people as the name of their children, as per social media records.
As far as we can tell, Suras is short and rare name. Suras is a very good name from the Sanskrit origin with very good meaning attached to it. Suras also has some sort of mythological significance attached to it.
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