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  • Adityaraje अदित्यराजे adityarAje
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Adityaraje (Hindi: अदित्यराजे) is a common Hindu name for boy. The name literally means "king sun."

  • Raksha रक्षा rakSA
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit Name Raksha {Sanskrit: रक्षा} literally means protection or defense.

  • Neel नील neel
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit word Neel(नील) means Blue, sapphire blue. It is variant spelling of Hindi Nila, meaning 'sky blue'. Nil was one of the 9 treasures of Kubera. Neel was the name of a monkey chief in Rama's army. According to Mahabharata Neel was a king of the ...

  • Bhavya भाव्या bhAvyA
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit, Telugu

    Bhavya is the ancient Sanskrit girl name which literally means grand, proper, future, beautiful, magnificent and auspiciousness. Another meaning is handsome, existing, appropriate, being, good, true, favorable and pious.

  • Sajjan सज्जन sajjana
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit name Sajjan (Sanskrit सज्जन) literally means noble person. Sajjan also means noble, respectable, from a good family and virtuous.

  • Muthu मुथु mutU
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Muthu is a word popularly used among Hindus as a masculine name. The literal meaning of Muthu (मुथु) is "nice, gentle".

  • Veer वीर vIr
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Veer (Sanskrit वीर) is an ancient name of Sanskrit origin, which literally means brave, excellent, heroic, powerful, strong, wise.

  • Natasha नताशा na/ta/sha
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Other

    Natasha is a Russian female given name, originally a pet name variant of Natalia. Born on Christmas day.

  • Venkat वेंकट veGkaTa
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Venkat (Sanskrit: वेंकट) is an ancient name of Sanskrit origin, which means self-born.

  • Madhavi माधवी mad-ha/vi
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Madhavi means sweet, honey-sugar or intoxicating drink. Feminine form of Madhava (means One who is the Lord of "Ma" or knowledge). This is another name of the Hindu Goddess Lakshmi. In Saskrit epic Mahabharata, Madhavi was daughter of king Yayati.

  • Akalka अकल्क a/kal-ka
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit word Akalka literally means 'free from impurity'. Akalka feminine means moonlight.

  • Milana मिलान milAna
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit girl name Milana (मिलान) literally means joining, meeting, union and encounter. It also means coming together and contact.

  • Palak पलक phalaka
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit name Palak literally means eyelash. Palak also means protector, guardian and sovereign.

  • Navneet नवनीत nav-neet
    G/B

    Gender: Girl/Boy ♀/♂

    Origin: Panjabi

    Derived from Sanskrit word "navaneet" means "butter". It also means "one who is ever new". It is of fairly recent creation and has been used for both boys and girls.

  • Jai जय jai
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Means "Victory" in Indian origins, "Heart" in Thai origins, 'party' or 'festival' in Basque language.Another name of Lord Shiva. The word Jai is similar in meaning to Vijay, though there is a difference. Vijay indicates being victorious while trying to ...

  • Meera मीरा mee/ra
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Means "sea, ocean" in Sanskrit. This was the name of a 16th-century Indian princess who devoted her life to the God Krishna. It is also used as a short form of names beginning with the Slavic element mir, meaning "peace", not to mention being the literal ...


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