Baby names staring with Y

  • Yakshi यक्षी yakSI
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    The feminine form of the Yaksha is yaksi (यक्षी). And Yaksha means the mysterious or supernatural.

  • Yogin योगिन yogin
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Yogin is an ancient name of Sanskrit origin which refers to a mediator, devotee or an ascetic. Yogin also refers to the follower of Yoga.

  • Yogita योगिता y_o/gi/ta
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Means" one who can concentrate"," Enchanted ".

  • Yogeshwari योगेश्वरि yogezvarI
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit name Yogeshwari (योगेश्वरी) literally means mistress or adept in the yoga. Yogeshwari also refers to fairy.

  • Yamala यमल yamala
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit name Yamal (Sanskrit: यमल) literally means pair or twin. Yamal refers to a couple or one of a couple.

  • Yatish यतीश yatIza
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Yatish (Sanskrit यतीश) is the ancient Sanskrit name which literally means lord of sage or ascetic.

  • Yasmin यास्मिन
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Arabic

    Yasmin means 'Gift from God'. Yasmin is the name in Persian/Arabic for a flowering plant, and from which the name Jasmine derives.

  • Yahvi यहवी/यह्वी
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit name यह्वी means 'heaven and earth conjoined'.

  • Yati यति yati
    G/B

    Gender: Girl/Boy ♀/♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit name Yati (यति) literally means guidance, ceasing, stopping or pause. Yati also means restraint, sage, ascetic or devotee.

  • Yamini यामिनी yaminI
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Yamini means Night and Bringing forth twins in Sanskrit. Yamini the mother of Salabha as mentioned in Bhagavat Purana. Also Daughter of Daksa and wife of Kasyapa in Bhagavata was named Yamini.

  • Yamuna यमुना y_a/mu/na
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Yamuna means the sacred river.The name is possibly derived from the name of goddess YAMI.The Yamuna (Sanskrit: यमुना, sometimes called Jamuna or Jumna) is a major tributary river of the Ganges (Ganga) in northern India.

  • Yugal युगल yugala
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit word Yugal (Sanskrit युगल) literally means pair, couple, double or brace.

  • Yograj योगराज yogarAja
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit Name Yograj (योगराज) literally means master in Yoga. Yograj also refers to king of medicines.

  • Yukti युक्ति yukti
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Yukti literally means intelligent weighing of the circumstances or trick.

  • Yashaskar यशस्कर yazaskara
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Yashaskar is a word popularly used among Hindus as a masculine name. The literal meaning of Yashaskar (यशस्कर) is "causing renown, conferring glory and glorious".

  • Yogananda योगानन्द yogAnanda
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Yogananda (Sanskrit योगानन्द) is ancient name of Sanskrit origin which means delight of yoga.

  • Yugandhara युगंधरा yugaMdharA
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    The name is derived from Sanskrit, where its primary meaning is "bearing the yoke, the pole of a carriage, bearer of an era or strongest person of the era".

  • Yuva युव yuva
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit name Yuva literally refers to a young person. Yuva also refers to cadet or vigorous.

  • Yaksha यक्ष yakSa
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit name Yaksha means the mysterious or supernatural. Yaksha is a name of class of semi-divine beings who are attendants of Kubera and sometimes of Visnu. Also Yaksha is a name of several nature-spirits in Hindu and Buddhist mythology.

  • Yoga योग y_o/ga
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit word yoga has many meanings, and is derived from the Sanskrit root yuj, meaning "to control", "to yoke" or "to unite". Yoga evolved as a spiritual practice in Hinduism . Yoga is a healing system of theory and practice. It is a combination of ...

  • Yashodhan यशोधन yazodhana
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Yashodhan is the ancient Sanskrit boy name which literally means famous, renowned, whose wealth is fame and fund or stock of fame.

  • Yudhisthira युधिष्ठिर yudhiSThira
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sasnkrit name Yudhisthira (युधिष्ठिर) denotes a person who is firm or steady in a war.

  • Yashpal यशपाल y_as-hpal
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Means " protector of fame and successful".

  • Yagna यज्ञ yajJa
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Yagna (Sanskrit यज्ञ) is ancient Sanskrit name which means prayer, devotion, sacrifice or worship. Yagna also refers to prayer with fire burning in a sacred place.

  • Yogi योगी y_o/gi
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    The Sanskrit name Yogi means a practitioner of Yoga (gender neutral) or Yogini (feminine form). Also Yogi means Devotee. Also Yogi is the 849th name of Lord Vishnu.

  • Yogini योगिनी y_o/gi/ni
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Means "female demon, fairy,sourceress, witch " in Sanskrit.

  • Yashita यशिता y_a/shi/ta
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Means "successful".

  • Yogeshwar योगेश्वर yogezvara
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Yogeshwar (Sanskrit योगेश्वर) is an ancient Sanskrit name which refers to master in the Yoga. Yogeshwar also refers to someone who is master in magical art.

  • Yajna यज्ञ yajJa
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit name Yajna means sacrifice, worship, devotion, act of worship or devotion derived from the practice in Vedic times. Yajna is another name of Lord Ganesha known as 'Embodiment Of Sacrificial Fire'. - He who is fond of sacrificial rites, embodies ...

  • Yashika याशिका yAzikA
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit name Yashika means success or one who is successful.

  • Yami यामी yAmi
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Yami means "sister, woman of rank or respectability" in Sanskrit. In Hindu belief this is the name of the first woman. According to Purana Yami was a daughter of Surya and Samjna and the twin sister of Yama.

  • Yajvan यज्वन
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Yavan means worshipped, bestowed, offerer. This is a unique name can be used for baby boy.

  • Yashodhar यशोधर y_a/shod-har
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Yashodhar or Yasodhar (यशोधर) means renowned, one who has achieved fame. Feminine form of Yashodhar is Yashodhara (यशोधरा). Yashodhar was a son of Krishna by his wife Rukmini.

  • Yama यम yama
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Ancient word Yama (Sanskrit यम) means twin. Yama also refers to forming a pair, act of checking or bridle.

  • Yashu याशु yAzu
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Yashu is a word popularly used among Hindus as a masculine name. The literal meaning of Yashu (याशु) is "embrace or act".

  • Yuvati युवती yuvatI
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit word Yuvati means young woman or girl. Yuvati is the zodiac sign of Virgo. It is also name of several Goddesses such as Durga and Usha.

  • Yusmota युष्मोत
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Yusmota derived from Sanskrit word युष्मोत (yuSmota), which means 'protected or loved by you'.

  • Yavan यवन yavana
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Ancient Sanskrit word Yavan (Sanskrit यवन) literally means quick and swift. Yavan also refers to mixing or mingling.

  • Yaman यमन yamana
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit Name Yaman (Sanskrit यमन) means governing or managing. Yaman also means tying, binding or the act of restraining.

  • Yuvan युवन yuvan
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit name Yuvan (युवन्) literally refers to young, strong, adult or youth. Yuvan also refers to healthy.

  • Yajat यजत y_a/jat
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    The Sanskrit word YajatMeans "one who performs sacrifice" in Sanskrit. Yajat is a name of Lord Shiva. The Indian name Yajat means - other name for the Hindu god Shiva

  • Yadavendra यादवेन्द्र yAdavendra
    B

    Gender: Boy ♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Yadavendra (Sanskrit: यादवेन्द्र) is a Hindu/Sanskrit Indian popular masculine given name, which literally means "lord of the yadu" in Sanskrit.


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