Tripat (Sanskrit त्रिपाट) is ancient Sanskrit word which literally refers to a figure formed by intersection of prolonged side and a perpendicular.
Reference of Tripat is found in Sir Monier-Williams dictionary Where Tripat means pleasant, pleasure and to one's satisfaction. Tripat also refers to a particular figure which is formed from the intersection of a prolonged side and a perpendicular.
Lexicographers like Hemchandra and Halayudh have also used this word in their writings where Tripat is another name for moon.
According to the chart shown here Tripat is not a popular name in the USA. Tripat is a bit popular name in India. Here it is used by a mere 36 people as the name of their children.
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