Yayati (Sanskrit: ययाति) is a Sanskrit word which means wanderer or traveler..
Yayati was a Puranic King who was ancestors of the Pandavas. Reference of Yayati is found in Rig Veda (ऋग्-वेद) and Mahabharata. Yayati has different meanings depending on the context. Yayati is also an author of Rig Veda and a member of Yam's court.
Yayati means traveler or a person who travels a lot, goer or a person who likes to go places and wanderer or someone who don't live at one place, but wanders from one place to another.
Yayati is not a very popuar name in India as it is shown in the graph. Yayati is used by only few people as the name of their children. Yayati is also not a popular name in the USA.
In our opinion Yayati is unique and difficult to pronounce name. Yayati has mythological significance too.
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