Vijayanand विजयानन्द

  • Suitable for Boy
  • Unique name
  • 5 syllables and 10 letters
  • pronounced as vijayAnanda
  • Hindi (Sanskrit) विजयानन्द

Vijayanand meaning: Happiness of victory

Vijayanand name meaning

Literal meaning of Vijayanand:

Vijayanand (Sanskrit: विजयानन्द) is a Hindu/Sanskrit Indian popular masculine given name, which literally means "kind of measure" in Sanskrit. It also means happiness of victory.

Intended meaning of Vijayanand:

In the Sanskrit language, Vijay means "victory" and Anand means "happiness". Thereby, Vijayanand can be loosely translated as "happiness of victory".' Vijayanand is referred in Sangita Sarasangraha (संगीत सारसंग्रह) in which this word means a kind of measure. Vijayanand finds reference in Catalogue in which Vijayanand is the name of author.

Popularity of Vijayanand

The name Vijayanand is not adopted by any person in the USA as the name of their kids. Vijayanand is a bit popular name in India. Here it is used by some people as the name of their children.

As far as we can tell, Vijayanand is sweet and unique name. Vijayanand also has a great meaning attached to it. Vijayanand has a great sort of mythological significance attached to it. Vijayanand is not popular in the USA, because it is long with 5 syllables and difficult to pronunciation too.

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More about Vijayanand

  • K. Vijayanand, is an Indian Administrative Service officer of Andhra Pradesh Cadre.

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Vijay विजय Anand आनन्द

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