Varaha (Sanskrit वाराह) is ancient Sanskrit name, which literally means superiority or preeminence. Varaha also refers to Boar.
Reference of Varaha is found in Riga Veda where Varaha refers to boar, hog or pig. Mention of Varaha is also found in Taittiriya-Aranyak (तैत्तिरीय-आरण्यक) and Mahabharata as the third or boar incarnation of Lord Vishnu.
Varaha also founds to be referred in Naighuntuk (नैघण्टुक) in which this word refers to cloud. This name also founds reference in Manu-Smiriti where Varaha denotes an array of troops in form of boar.
Varaha is not a popular name in India. Varaha is adopted by only few people in India as the name of their children. Varaha is not a popular name in the USA.
In our opinion Varaha is a unique name with a unique meaning attached to it. Varaha has a great sort mythological significance attached to it.
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