ஆண் குழந்தைகள் பெயர்கள் Baby Boy Names with Meaning

Indian baby boy names

Aabha – light
Aabharan – Jewel
Aabheer – a cow herd
Aabher – a cow herd
Aadarsh – One who has principles
Aadesh – command; message
Aadhishankar – Sri Shankaracharya; founder of Adwaitha Philosophy
Aadhunik – modern; new
Aadi – first; most important
Aadinath – God; Supreme Ruler of the Universe; the first God
Aaditey – Son of Aditi
Aafreen – encouragement
Aagney – son of the Fire God
Aahlaad – delight
Aahlaadith – Joyous person
Aahwaanith – one who has been invited;wanted
Aakanksh – Desire
Aakar – form; shape
Aakash – the sky; vast like the sky
Aalam – ruler; king; the whole world
Aalap – musical prelude
Aalok – Cry of victory
Aamod – Pleasant.Accept
Aandaleeb – The Bulbul bird
Aashish – blessings; Aashirwad
Aatish – Explosive; a Dynamic person
Abhay – fearless
Abhayananda – one who is delights in remaining fearless
Abhayaprada – bestower of safety; another name for Vishnu
Abheek – fearless
Abhibhava – overpowering; powerful; victorious
Abhichandra – moon like face; one of the 7 Manus of the Sevtambara jaina sect
Abhidi – radiant
Abhihita – expression; word; name
Abhijat – Noble; wise
Abhijaya – conquest; complete victory
Abhijit – victorious
Abhijvala – blazing forth
Abhilash – desire
Abhimand – gladdening
Abhimani – full of pride; another name for Agni as the eldest son of Brahma
Abhimanyu – Arjuna’s son
Abhimanyusuta – son or Abhimanyu
Abhimoda – joy; delight
Abhinabhas – renowned; famous
Abhinanda – to rejoice; to celebrate; to praise; to bless; delight
Abhinandana – felicitous; welcoming
Abhinatha – lord of desires; another name for kama
Abhinav – novel
Abhinava – new; young; fresh; modern; a sakta notable for his spiritual attainment
Abhirup – pleasing
Abhishek – an auspicious bath for a deity; anointing
Abhisoka – passionate; loving
Abhisumat – radiant; another name for sun
Abhisyanta – splendid; a son of Kuru and Vahini
Abhivira – surrounded by heroes; a commander
Abhra – cloud
Abhrakasin – with clouds for shelter; an ascetic
Abhyagni – towards the fire; a son of Aitasa
Abhyudaya – sunrise; elevation; increase; prosperity
Abhyudita – elevated; risen; prosperous
Abjayoni – born of the lotus; another name for Brahma
Abjit – conquering water
Acaryatanaya – son of the teacher; another name for Aswatthama
Achal – constant
Achalapati – lord of the immovable; lord of mountain
Achalendra – lord of the immovable; the Himalayas
Achalesvara – god of the immovable; another name for Shiva
Achanda – not of the hot temper; without anger; gentle
Acharya – teacher; another name for Drona; Asvaghosa and Krpa
Acharyanandana – son of the teacher; another name for Aswatthama
Acharyasuta – son of the teacher; another name for Aswatthama
Achindra – flawless; uninterrupted; perfect
Achintya – inconceivable; a name of Lord Shiva; beyond comprehension
Achyut – imperishable; indestructible; a name of Vishnu
Achyuta – indestructible
Achyutaraya – worshipper of the infallible; a devotee of Vishnu
Adalarasu – king of dance
Adarsh – ideal
Adesh – command
Adhik – greater
Adhikara – principal; controller; right
Adhipa – king; ruler
Adhita – a scholar
Adikavi – first poet
Adil – sincere; just
Adinath – the first lord; Lord Vishnu
Adit – from the beginning
Aditeya – another name for the sun
Aditya – the sun
Adityanandana – son of the sun
Adityavardhana – augmented by glory
Adripathi – master of the mountains
Adwaita – non-duality
Adway – one; united
Aftab – the sun
Agasti – name of a sage
Agha – pre-eminent
Agharna – the moon
Aghat – destroyer of sin
Agneya – son of agni
Agnikumara – son of agni
Agniprava – bright as the fire
Agrim – leader; first
Agriya – first best
Ahsan – mercy
Aijaz – favour
Aiman – fearless
Ainesh – the sun’s glory
Ajamil – a mythological king
Ajatashatru – without enemies
Ajay – invincible; unconquerable
Ajeet – unconquerable
Ajendra – king of mountains
Ajinkya – invincible
Ajit – invincible
Ajitabh – one who has conquered the sky
Ajitesh – Vishnu
Ajmal – pious
Akalmash – stainless; pure
Akash – the sky
Akbar – powerful
Akhil – complete
Akhilesh – lord of all
Akmal – complete
Akram – excellent
Akroor – kind
Akshan – eye
Akshar – imperishable
Akshat – uninjurable
Akshath – indestructible
Akshay – indestructible
Akshit – permanent
Akul – a name of Lord Shiva
Alagan – handsome
Alagarasu – handsome king; King of beauty
Alam – the whole world
Alamgir – the lord of the whole world
Aleem – knowledgeable
Alhad – joy
Ali – protected by god
Alok – cry of victory; lovely hair
Aloke – light
Amaanath – treasure
Amal – unblemished; pure
Amalendu – the unblemished moon
Amalesh – the pure one
Amanda – active
Amar – forever; immortal
Amartya – immortal
Ambar – sky
Ambarish – the sky
Amber – the sky
Ambuj – lotus
Ameya – immeasurable; boundless
Amil – invaluable
Amin – divine grace
Amish – honest
Amit – without limit; endless
Amitabh – limitless lustre; name of Lord Buddha
Amitava – same as Amitabh
Amitbikram – limitless prowess
Amitesh – one who is Infinite; God
Amitiyoti – limitless brightness
Amitrasudan – destroyer of enemies
Amiya – nectar; delight
Amlan – unfading; everbright
Amlankusum – everlasting flower
Ammar – the maker
Amod – pleasure
Amogh – unerring; a name of Lord Ganesh
Amoha – clear; straight
Amoha – clear; straight
Amol – priceless
Amolik – priceless
Amrit – nectar
Amulya – priceless
Anadi – eternal
Anal – fire
Anamitra – the sun
Anand – joy; happiness
Ananga – name of Cupid or Kamadeva
Ananmaya – one who cannot be broken
Anant – infinite
Anantram – the eternal; god
Anarghya – priceless
Anbarasu – king of love
Anbu – love; kindness
Anbuchelvan – kind; king of love
Anbumadi – kind and intelligent
Anbuselvan – kind; king of love
Angad – an ornament
Angada – bracelet
Angamuthu – made of pearls
Anil – god of wind
Animish – open-eyed therefore attractive
Anirudh – free; grandson of Lord Krishna
Anirudhha – cooperative
Anirvan – undying
Anisa – supreme
Anish – supreme; Lord Vishnu; Lord Shiva
Aniteja – Immeasurable splendour
Anjasa – guileless; deceitless
Anjum – a token
Anjuman – a token; a sumbol
Ankit – conquered
Ankur – sprout; new life
Ankush – check
Anmol – priceless
Anoop – without comparison
Anshu – the sun
Anshul – radiant
Anshuman – the sun
Anshumat – luminous
Anugya – authority
Anuha – satisfied
Anuj – younger brother
Anunay – supplication; consolation
Anup – without comparison
Anupam – incomparable
Anuraag – love; attachment; devotion
Anurag – love; attachment; devotion
Anuttam – unsurpassed
Anwar – devotee of God
Apoorva – quite new
Apparajito – undefeated
Apurva – unique
Arav – peaceful
Aravali – righteous
Archan – worship
Archit – worshipped
Ardhendu – half moon
Arghya – offering to the Lord
Arihant – destroyer of enemies
Arijit – conquering enemies
Arindam – destroyer of enemies
Arivalagan – intelligent and handsome
Arivali – smart; intelligent
Arivarasu – king of wisdom
Arivoli – glowing with intelligence
Arivuchelvan – one whose wealth is his wisdom
Arivumadhi – intelligent
Arivunambi – confident and intelligent
Arjit – earned
Arjun – Pandava prince; bright; peacock
Arjun – peacock
Arka – the sun
Arnav – ocean; sea
Arnesh – lord of the sea
Arokya – very pious; healthy
Aroon – mythological – charioteer of the sun; dawn
Arshad – pious
Arul – the lord’s grace; lord’s blessings
Arulchelvan – blessed
Arulselvan – blessed
Arumugan – one with 6 faces – lord Murugan
Arun – mythological – charioteer of the sun; dawn
Aruni – name of a devoted pupil
Arvind – lotus
Arvinda – lotus
Arya – honoured; noble
Aryaman – the sun
Aryan – from a high race
Asao – essence
Aseem – limitless
Asgar – devotee
Ashis – benediction; blessings
Ashok – without grief
Ashraf – without grief
Ashu – quick
Ashutosh – Lord Shiva
Ashwatthama – fiery tempered
Ashwin – a cavalier; a Hindu month
Asija – brother of Sage Brihaspathi
Asim – limitless
Asit – the planet
Aslam – greeting
Aslesh – embrance
Atal – immoveable
Atanu – Cupid
Atharvan – one of the four Vedas
Athiya – to surpass
Atma – soul
Atmaja – son
Atmajyoti – inner light; light of the soul
Atmananda – bliss of soul
Atralarasu – skillfull king or leader
Atre – the son of sage Atri to whom Dattatreya was born
Atul Atulya – matchless; incomparable
Avadhesh – King Dasaratha
Avanindra – lord of the earth
Avanish – lord of the earth
Avatar – incarnation
Avikshit – never seen before
Avinash – indestructible
Avkash – limitless space
Ayog – institution
Ayush – duration of life; a divine personification presiding over life
Ayyappa – southern deity; ever youthful
Azeez – friend
Azhar – famous
Azzam – the lord; Almighty
Badal – cloud; rain
Badri – Lord Vishnu
Badrinath – Lord of Mt.Badri
Badriprasad – Lord Bhadri’s gift
Bahubali – a Jain Tirthakar
Bahuleya – Lord Kartikeya
Bajrang – a name of Lord Hanuman
Balaaditya – young sun
Balachandra – young moon
Balagopal – baby krishna
Balagovind – baby Krishna
Balaji – Lord Vishnu Balaraj – strong
Balakrishna – baby Krishna
Balamani – young jewel
Balamohan – one who is attractive
Balamohan(one who is attractive;
Balaram – the brother of Lord Krishna
Balbir – strong Baldev – strong
Baldev – godlike in power
Balram – Krishna’s brother
Balvindra – strong
Balwant – strong
Banbihari – Lord Krishna
Bandhu – friend
Bandhul – pleasing
Bankebihari – Lord Krishna
Bankim – curved
Bankimchandra – crescent moon
Bansi – flute
Bansilal – Lord Krishna
Barid – cloud
Baridbaran – colour of the cloud
Barindra – the ocean
Barun – Lord of the Sea
Basanta – spring
Bashir – harbinger of good things
Basistha – a sage
Basudha – earth
Bhadrak – handsome
Bhadraksh – one with beautiful eyes
Bhagirath – one who brought river Ganga to the earth
Bhagwant – fortunate
Bhagyaraj – lord of luck
Bhairav – Lord Shiva
Bhajan – adoration
Bhanu – sun
Bhanu – the sun
Bhanudas – a devotee of the sun
Bhanuprasad – gift of sun
Bharadwaj – a sage; a mythical bird
Bharat – India; universal monarch
Bhargava – Lord Shiva
Bhaskar – sun
Bhaskar – the sun
Bhaumik – attached to the earth
Bhavesh – lord of the world
Bhim – powerful
Bhishma – one who has taken a terrible vow
Bhooshan – decoration
Bhooshit – decorated
Bhrij – Lord Krishna
Bhudev – lord of the earth
Bhupen – king
Bhupendra – king of kings
Bhushan – ornament
Bhuvan – palace; one of the three worlds
Bhuvanesh – lord of the worlds
Bibek – conscience
Bibhas – a raga
Bibhavasu – the sun; fire
Bikram – prowess
Bilva – a sacred leaf
Bimal – pure
Bindusar – an excellent pearl
Bipin – forest
Bitasok – one who does not mourn
Bodhan – kindling
Boudhayan – the name of a sage
Brahmabrata – ascetic
Brahmadutt – dedicated to Lord Brahma
Bratindra – devoted to right deeds
Brijesh – god of the land of Brij
Brijmohan – Krishna
Buddhadev – wise person
Buddhadeva – wise; Gautama Buddha
Budhil – learned
Chaitanya – life; knowledge
Chakor – a bird enamoured of the moon
Chakrapani – Lord Vishnu
Chakshu – eye
Chaman – garden
Chamanlal – garden
Champak – a flower
Chanchal – restless
Chandak – the moon
Chandan – sandalwood
Chandra – the moon
Chandrachur – Lord Shiva
Chandrahas – bow of Shiva
Chandrak – peacock feather
Chandrakanta – the moon
Chandrakishore – the moon
Chandrakumar – the moon
Chandramohan – attractive like the moon
Chandran – the moon
Chandranath – the moon
Chandraraj – moonbeam
Chandrashekhar – one who holds moon in his hair – Shiva
Chandrashekhar – one who holds moon in his hair; Lord Shiva
Chandresh – lord of the moon
Chapal – quick
Charan – feet
Charanjit – one who has won over the lord
Charudutta – born of beauty
Chaturbhuj – strong; broad shouldered
Chetan – consciousness; life
Chetana – consciousness
Chhandak – the charioteer of Lord Buddha
Chidambar – one whose heart is as vast as the sky
Chidananda – Lord Shiva
Chinmay – full of knowledge
Chinmayananda – blissful
Chintamani – philosopher’s stone
Chirag – lamp
Chiranjeev – longlived
Chirantan – immortal
Chirayu – immortal
Chitrabhanu – fire
Chitraksh – beautiful eyed
Chitral – of variegated colour
Chitrarath – the sun
Chitrasen – a king of Gandharvas
Chitta – mind
Chittaprasad – happiness
Chittaranjan – one who pleases the mind
Chittaswarup – the supreme spirit
Chittesh – lord of the soul
Chudamani – jewel adorned by the gods
Dabeet – warrior
Dakshesh – Shiva
Daman – one who controls
Damian – tamer
Damodar – Lord Ganapati
Darpak – Kamdev; god of love
Darpan – a mirror
Darshan – religious text
Daruka – deodar tree
Dasharath – the father of Lord Rama
Dattatreya – a son of Atri; a god
Dayanand – one who prefers being merciful
Debashis – benediction of god
Debashish – pleased by gods
Deenabandhu – friend of the poor
Deep – a lamp
Deepak – lustrous
Deepan – lighting up
Deepankar – lord of light
Deependra – lord of light
Deependu – bright moon
Deepesh – lord of light
Deepit – lighted
Deeptanshu – the sun
Deeptendu – bright moon
Deeptiman – lustrous
Deeptimoy – lustrous
Dev – God; king
Dev Kumar – son of gods
Devabrata – a name of Bhisma
Devadas – follower of God
Devadutt – gift of god
Devajyoti – brightness of the Lord
Devak – divine
Devanand – joy of god
Devang – part of god
Devarsi – sage of the Devas
Devdas – servant of god
Devdutta – king
Devendra – Lord Indra
Devesh – Lord Shiva
Deveshwar – Lord Shiva
Devilal – son of godess
Deviprasad – gift of godess
Devnarayan – king
Devnath – King of gods
Devraj – king of gods
Dhananjay – one who wins wealth
Dhanesh – lord of wealth
Dhanraj – Lord Kuber
Dhansukh – wealthy; happy
Dhanvant – wealthy
Dharanidhar – Shesh – the cosmic serpent
Dharma – law – religious
Dharmadas – one who serves his religion
Dharmadev – lord of law
Dharmanand – one who takes pleasure in his religion
Dharmendra – king of religion
Dharmendu – light of religion
Dharmesh – master of religion
Dharmpal – protector of his religion
Dharmveer – religious
Dhaval – fair complexioned
Dhawal – white
Dheeman – intelligent
Dheemant – wise; intelligent
Dheer – gentle
Dheerendra – god of courage
Dhiraj – emperor
Dhiren – one who is strong
Dhirendra – lord of the brave
Dhritiman – patient
Dhruv – pole star
Dhruva – unshakeable the Pole Star
Dhwani – sound
Dhyanesh – meditative
Digamber – nacked
Dilawar – brave
Dilip – a king; ancestor of Rama
Dinanath – protector
Dinar – gold coin
Dindayal – kindto the poor
Dinesh – sun; god of the day
Dinkar – sun
Divakar – the sun
Divyanga – divine body
Divyendu – the moon
Divyesh – sun
Drupad – a king; father of Draupadi
Dulal – dear one
Duranjaya – a heroic son
Durjaya – difficult to conquer
Dushyanta – a king from the epic Mahabharata
Dwaipayan – the sage Vyasa
Dwijaraj – king of Brahmins; the moon
Dwijendra – king of Brahmins; the moon
Dwijesh – river
Ekalavya – renowned for devotion to his guru
Ekalinga – Shiva
Ekambar – sky
Ekanath – king
Ekanga – bogyguard
Eknath – poet; saint
Ekram – honour
Eshwar – Lord Shiva
Faiyaz – artistic
Faiz – gain
Falak – the sky
Falguni – born in the Hindu month of Falgun
Fanibhusan – Lord Shiva
Fanindra – the cosmic serpent Shesh
Fanish – the cosmic serpent Shesh
Fanishwar – lord of serpents; Vasuki
Faraz – equitable
Farhad – happiness
Farhat – happiness
Farid – wide
Farokh – power of discrimination
Fateh – victory
Fatik – crystal
Firdaus – paradise
Firoz – name of a king
Gagan – sky; heaven
Gaganvihari – one who stays in heaven
Gajanan – one with elephant face
Gajanand – Lord Ganesh
Gajendra – the king of elephants
Ganapati – Lord Ganesh
Ganaraj – lord of the clan
Gandharva – celestial musician
Gandhik – fragant
Ganesh – son of Lord Shiva and Parvati
Gangadhar – Shiva
Gangadutt – gift of Ganga
Gangesh – Lord Shiva
Gangeya – of the Ganga
Gangol – a precious
Gaurang – fair complexioned
Gaurav – honour; pride; respect
Gaurinath – Lord Shiva
Gautam – Lord Buddha
Geet – excellent
Ghanashyam – Lord Krishna
Giri – mountain
Giridari – Lord Krishna
Giridhar – Lord Krishna
Giridhar – one who holds mountain – Krishna
Girik – Lord Shiva
Girilal – Lord Shiva
Girindra – Lord Shiva
Giriraj – lord of mountain
Girish – Lord Shiva
Gokul – a place where Lord Krishna was brought up
Gopal – Lord Krishna; protector of cows
Gopan – protection
Gopesh – Lord Krishna
Gopichand – name of a king
Gorakh – cowherd
Gourishankar – Mount Everest
Govind – cowherd
Govinda – Lord Krishna
Gudakesha – the archer Arjuna
Gulab – rose
Gulfam – the colour
Gulzar – gardener
Gulzarilal – name of Lord Krishna
Gumwant – virtuous
Gunaratna – jewel of virtue
Gunjan – buzzing of a bee
Gupil – a secret
Gurbachan – promise of the guru
Gurcharan – feet of the guru
Gurdayal – compassionate guru
Gurdeep – light of the teacher
Gurmeet – friend of the guru
Gurnam – name of the guru
Gurpreet – love of the teacher
Gursharan – refuge at the guru
Guru – teacher; master or priest
Gurudas – servant of the guru
Gurudutt – gift of the guru
Gyan – knowledge
Habib – beloved
Hafiz – protected
Hamid – friend
Hamir – a raga
Hans – swan
Hanuman – monkey god of Ramayana
Hanumant – monkey god of Ramayana
Hardik – heartfelt
Harekrishna – Lord Krishha
Harendra – Lord Shiva
Haresh – Lord Krishna
Hari – sun; Vishnu
Haridas – servant of Krishna
Harigopal – Lord Krishna
Harihar – Vishu and Shiva together
Harilal – son of Hari
Harinarayan – Lord Vishnu
Hariom – Lord Vishnu
Hariprasad – blessed by Lord Krishna
Hariram – Lord Rama
Harish – Vishnu
Harishankar – Lord Shiva
Harishchandra – King of Surya dynasty; charitable
Haritbaran – green
Harjeet – victorious
Harkrishna – Lord Krishna
Harmendra – the moon
Haroon – hope
Harsh – happiness
Harsha – joy; delight
Harshad – giver of joy
Harshal – lover
Harshavardhan – creator of joy
Harshit – joyous
Harshita – joyous
Harshul – deer
Harshvardhan – one who increases joy
Hashmat – glory; joyful
Hasit – happy
Hassan – Islamic
Heer – diamond
Hem – gold
Hemachandra – golden moon
Hemadri – the Himalayas
Hemamdar – golden creeper
Hemang – one with shining body
Hemanga – goldenbodied
Hemant – one of the six seasons
Hemanta – early winter
Hemaraj – king of gold
Hemendra – lord of gold
Hemendu – golden moon
Heramba – Lord Ganesh
Himachal – the Himalayas
Himadri – Himalaya
Himaghna – the sun
Himanshu – the moon
Himmat – courage
Himnish – Lord Shiva
Hiranmay – golden
Hiranya – wealth
Hirendra – Lord of diamonds
Hiresh – king of gems
Hitendra – well-wisher
Hriday – Heart
Hridayesh – king of heart
Hridaynath – lord of the heart; beloved
Hrishikesh – Lord Vishnu
Hrishikesh – one who controls senses
Hussain – Islamic thinker; saint
Ibhanan – elephant faced
Ibrahim – Abraham; earth
Idris – fiery Lord
Iham – expected
Ihit – prize; honour
Ikshu – sugarcane
Ilesh – lord of earth
Iman – name of raga
Imaran – strong
Imtiaz – power of discrimination
Indeever – blue lotus
Indivar – blue lotus
Indradutt – gift of Indra
Indrajeet – conqueror
Indrajit – conquerer of Indra
Indrakanta – Lord Indra
Indraneel – emerald
Indubhushan – the moon
Induhasan – like a moon
Indukanta – like a moon
Indulal – moon’s lustre
Indushekhar – like a moon
Inesh – king of kings
Intekhab – chosen
Iqbal – desire
Irfan – knowledgable
Irshaad – signal
Isar – eminent; Lord Shiva
Ishan – the Lord
Ishrat – affection
Ishwar – powerful; the supreme god
Izhar – submission
Jag – the universe
Jagadbandu – Lord Krishna
Jagadeep – light of the world
Jagadhidh – lord of the world
Jagadish – lord of the universe
Jagajeet – conquerer of the world
Jagajeevan – life of the world
Jaganmay – spread over the universe
Jagannath – Lord Vishnu; lord of the world
Jagat – the universe
Jagjeevan – worldly life
Jagmohan – one who attracts the world
Jahan – the world
Jaichand – victory of the moon
Jaidayal – victory of kindness
Jaidev – god of victory
Jaigopal – victory of Lord Krishna
Jaikrishna – victory of Lord krishna
Jaimini – an ancient philosopher
Jainarayan – victory
Jaipal – Lord Brahma
Jairaj – lord of victory
Jaisal – famous folk
Jaisukh – joy of winning
Jaiwant – victory
Jalal – glory
Jalendu – moon in the water
Jalil – revered
Janak – father of Sita; creator
Janamejay – a mJanardan – Lord Vishnu
Janardan – one who helps people
Japa – chanting
Japendra – lord of chants-Lord Shiva
Japesh – lord of chants-lord Shiva
Jasbeer – victorious hero
Jashan – celebration
Jaspal – Lord Krishna
Jasraj – king of fame
Jasveer – hero of fame
Jaswant – victorious
Jatan – nurturing
Jatin – pertaining to a saint
Javed – immortal Jawahar
Jawahar – jewel
Jayadeep – light of victory
Jayaditya – victorious sun
Jayant – victorious
Jayashekhar – crest of victory
Jaysukh – pleasure of victory
Jeemutbahan – full of life
Jeevan – life
Jehangir – Akbar’s son
Jhoomer – ornament
Jignesh – curiosity to research
Jihan – the world
Jinendra – lord of life
Jishnu – triumphant
Jitendra – lord of conquerers
Jivitesh – God
Jnyandeep – light of knowledge
Jnyaneshwar – god of wisdom
Joginder – Lord Shiva
Jogindra – Lord Shiva
Jograj – Lord Krishna
Jugnu – a firefly
Jusal – pari
Jyotichandra – splendour
Jyotiprakash – splendour of the flame
Jyotiranjan – joyous flamae
Jyotirdhar – holder of the flame
Jyotirmoy – lustrous
Kabir – name of a famous saint
Kailas – abode of Lord Shiva
Kailash – a Himalayan peak; abode of Shiva
Kailashchandra – Lord Shiva
Kailashnath – Lord Shiva
Kalash – sacred pot Kalidas
Kalicharan – a devotee of Goddness Kali
Kalidas – the poet; dramatist; slave of godess Kali
Kalimohan – a devotee of Goddess Kali
Kalipada – a devotee of Goddess Kali
Kaliranjan – a devotee of Goddess Kali
Kalyan – welfare
Kamadev – god of love
Kamal – lotus flower
Kamalakar – Lord Vishnu
Kamalapati – Lord Vishnu
Kamalesh – Lord Vishnu; one with Eyes like a lotus
Kamalnayan – lotuseyed
Kamlesh – god of lotus
Kamod; Kambod; Kambodi – a raga
Kamraj; Kamesh; Kameshwar – Cupid; Lord of love
Kamran – success
Kanad – an ancient
Kanak – gold
Kanan – forest
Kanchan – gold
Kandarpa – Cupid
Kanha – Krishna
Kanhaiya – Lord Krishna
Kantilal – lustrous
Kantimoy – lustrous
Kanu – Lord Krishna
Kanvar – young prince
Kanwal – lotus
Kanwaljeet – lotus
Kanwalkishore – lotus; Lord krishna
Kapil – name of a sage
Kapish – Lord Hanuman
Karan – Karna; the firstborn of Kunti
Kareem – kind
Karna – the firstborn of Kunti
Kartar – master
Kartik – a Hindu month
Kartikeya – god of war
karunakar – merciful
Karunamay – full of light
Karunashankar – merciful
Kashif – a connoisseur
Kashinath – Lord Shiva
Kashiprasad – blessed by Lord Shiva
Kashyap – name of a sage
Kathir; Kadir – ray of light; shoot of grass
Kausar – lake of paradise
Kaushal – clever; skilled
Kaushik – sentiment of love
Kaustav – a legendary gem; a gem worn by Lord Vishnu
Kaustubh – a jewel of Lord Vishnu
Kavi – a poet
Kavi – a wise man; poet
Kaviraj – doctor
Kedar – a raga
Kedarnath – Lord Shiva
Keshav – Lord Vishnu
Ketan – home; banner
Kevalkishore – absolute
Kevalkumar – absolute
Keyur – armlet
Khadim – servant of God
Khajit – Lord Buddha
Khalid – immortal
Khazana – treasure
Khemchand – welfare
Khemprakash – welfare
Khushal – perfect
Kinshuk – a flower
Kiran – ray of light
Kiranmay – full of light
Kirit – a crown
Kirtikumar – famous
Kishore – young
Kishorekumar – young
Kripal – merciful
Krishanu – fire
Krishna – Lord Krishna
Krishnachandra – Lord Krishna
Krishnadeva – Lord Krishna
Krishnakanta – Lord Krishna
Krishnakumar – Lord Kirshna
Krishnala – Lord Krishna
Krishnamurari – Lord Krishna
Krishnamurthy – Lord Krishna
Krishnaroop – dark
Krishnendu – Lord Krishna
Kshaunish – king
Kuber – god of wealth
Kuberchand – god of wealth
Kularanjan – star of family
Kulbhushan – ornament of family
Kuldeep – light of family
Kumar – prince
Kunal – sone of emperor Ashok
Kundan – pure
Kundanlal – golden
Kunja – grove of trees
Kunjabihari – Lord Krishna
Kush – son of Lord Rama
Kushal – clever
Kusumakar – spring
Lagan – appropriate time
Lakshman – prosperous; brother of Rama
Lakshmibanta – fortunate
Lakshmidhar – Lord Vishnu
Lakshmigopal – Lord vishnu
Lakshmikanta – Lord Vishnu
Lalit – beautiful
Lalitaditya – beautiful sun
Lalitchandra – beautiful moon
Lalitkishore – beautiful
Lalitkumar – beautiful
Lalitmohan – beautiful and attractive
Lalitmohan – beautiful
Lambodar – Lord Ganesh
Lankesh – Ravana
Latafat – elegance
Latif – elegant
Lav – son of Lord Rama
Lochan – the eye
Lohitaksha – Lord Vishnu
Lokesh – Lord Brahma
Loknath – lord of all worlds
Lokprakash – light of the world
Lokranjan – Lord Vishnu
Madan – Cupid; god of love
Madangopal – Lord Krishna
Madhav – sweet like honey
Madhavdas – servant of Lord Krishna
Madhu – honey; nectar
Madhuk – a honeybee
Madhukanta – the moon
Madhukar – honey bee; lover
Madhup – a honeybee
Madhur – sweet
Madhusudan – Lord Krishna
Madhusudhana – Krishna; one who killed demon Madhu
Magan – engrossed
Mahabahu – Arjuna
Mahabala – great strength
Mahadev – most powerful god
Mahaniya – worthy of honour
Mahavir – most courageous among men
Maheepati – the king
Mahendra – Indra
Mahesh – Lord Shiva
Maheshwar – Lord Shiva
Mahin – the earth
Mahindra – a king
Mahipal – a king
Mahish – a king
Mahmud – the Prophet of Islam
Mahtab – the moon
Mainak – a mountain a Himalayan peak
Maitreya – friend
Makarand – Honey; Honey Bee
Malay – a mountain
Manas – mind
Manasi – born of the mind
Manav – man
Manavendra – king among men
Mandar – a celestial tree
Mandeep – light of the mind
Mandhatri – prince
Manendra – king of mind
Mangal – auspicious
Mangesh – Lord Shiva
Mani – a jewel
Manibhushan – supreme gem
Manik – ruby
Manindra – lord of the mind; diamond
Maniram – jewel of a person
Manish – god of mind; intellect
Manishankar – Lord Shiva
Manishankar – Shiva
Manjeet – conqueror of the mind
Manmatha – Cupid
Manmohan – pleasing
Manohar – beautiful; captivating
Manoj – born of the mind
Manoranjan – one who pleases the mind
Manoranjan – pleasing
Manprasad – mentally calm and cool person
Mansukh – pleasing
Manu – original man
Mardav – softness
Mareechi – ray of light
Markandeya – a devotee of Lord Shiva
Markandeya – a sage
Martand – sun
Martanda – the sun
Marut – the wind
Maruti – Lord Hanuman
Matsendra – king of the fishes
Mayank – moon
Mayanka – the moon
Mayur – peacock
Megh – cloud
Megha – a star
Meghashyam – Lord Krishna
Meghdutt – gift of clouds
Meghnad – thunder
Mehboob – beloved
Mehdi – a flower
Mehmood – the Prophet of Islam
Mehul – rain
Mihir – sun
Mihir – the sun
Milan – union
Milap – union
Milind – honey bee
Milun – union
Mirza – a prince
Misal – example
Mitesh – one with few desires
Mithil – kingdom
Mithilesh – the king of Mithila; Janak; father of Sita
Mithun – Gemini
Mitra – friend; the sun
Mitul – friend
Mohajit – attractive
Mohak – attractive
Mohal – attractive
Mohamad – the Prophet
Mohan – charming; fascinating
Mohin – attractive
Mohit – ensnarled by beauty
Mohita – attracted
Mohnish – Lord Krishna
Mohul – attractive
Monish – lord of mind
Moti – pearl
Motilal – pearl
Moulik – valuable
Mriganka – the moon
Mrigankamouli – Lord Shiva
Mrigankasekhar – Lord Shiva
Mrigendra – lion
Mrigesh – lion
Mrityunjay – Lord Shiva
Mubarak – congratulations
Mudita – happy
Muhamad – the Prophet
Mukesh – lord of the dumb
Muktananda – liberated
Mukul – bud
Mukunda – freedom giver
Mukut – crown
Mulkraj – king
Mumtaz – conspicuous
Muni – sage
Murad – prowess
Murali – flute
Muralidhar – Lord Krishna
Muralimanohar – Lord Krishna
Murari – Lord Krishna
Murarilal – Lord Krishna
Musheer – advice
Nabarun – morning sun
Nabendu – new moon
Nabhi – focus; the best
Nachiketa – fire
Nadir – pinnacle
Nagendra – Seshnag
Nagesh – Seshnag; Cosmic Serpent
Nahusha – a mythological king
Nairit – south-west
Naishadh – King Nala; a hero from the Mahabharata who was king of Nishadha
Nakshatra – star
Nakul – name of one of the Pandavas
Nalin – lotus; water
Nalinaksha – lotus-eyed
Naman – salutation
Namdev – poet; saint
Nanak – guru of the Sikhs
Nand – joyful
Nanda – meritorious; great achiever
Nandan – pleasing
Nandan – pleasing; son
Nandi – one who pleases others
Naotau – new
Narahari – Lord Vishnu
Narasimha – an incarnation of Lord Vishnu
Narayan – Lord Vishnu
Narayana – Vishnu; refuge of man
Narendra – king among men
Naresh – lord of man
Narhari – man-lion
Narmad – bringing delight
Narottam – best among men
Narsimha – lion among men
Nartan – dance
Natesh – king
Natraj – king among actors
Natwar – Lord Krishna
Naval – wonder
Navaneet – butter
Naveen – new
Navin – new
Navnit – fresh butter
Navrang – beautiful
Navroz – a Parsee festival
Nayan – eye
Neel – blue
Neeladri – the Nilgiris
Neelam – emerald
Neelambar – blue sky
Neelanjan – blue
Neelesh – Lord Krishna; moon
Neelkanta – Lord Shiva
Neelkanth – peacock; Shiva
Neelmadhav – Lord Jagannath
Neelmani – sapphire
Neelotpal – blue lotus
Neeraf – river
Neeraj – lotus; pearl
Nibodh – knowledge
Nidhish – lord of treasure
Nigam – treasure
Nihal – gratified
Nihar – mist; fog; dew
Niket – home
Nikhat – fragrance
Nikhil – complete; whole
Nikhilesh – lord of all
Nikunj – a bower
Nikunja – grove of trees
Nilay – heaven
Nilesh – Krishna; blue god
Nimai – Chaitanya
Nimish – spilt;second
Ninad – sound
Nipun – expert
Nirad – cloud
Niraj – lotus flower
Nirajit – illuminated
Niramay – without blemish
Niramitra – son of pandava Sahadeva
Niranjan – simple
Nirav – quiet
Nirbhay – fearless
Nirijhar – waterful
Nirmal – clean; pure
Nirmalya – pure
Nirmit – created
Nirmohi – unattached
Nirupam – without comparison
Nirvan – liberation
Nischal – calm
Nishad – seventh note on the Indian musical scale
Nishanath – moon
Nishant – dawn
Nishesh – entire
Nishikanta – the moon
Nishit – midnight
Nishita – sharp
Nishith – night
Nishok – happy
Nissim – unbounded
Niteesh – god of law; well versed in law
Nitin – master of the right path
Nitish – master of the right path
Nityagopal – constant
Nityanand – perennially happy
Nityananda – Lord Krishna; always happy
Nityasundar – forever good looking
Nivrutti – separated from world
Nripa – king
Nripendra – king of kings
Nripesh – king of kings
Ojas – lustre
Om – the sacred syllable
Omanand – joy of Om
Omar – an era
Omja – born of cosmic unity
Omkar – the sound of the sacred syllable
Omprakash – light of Om
Omrao; Umrao – king
Omswaroop – manifestation of divinity
Oojam – enthusiasm
Oorjit – powerful
Osman; Usman – salve of God
Paavan – purifier
Padman – lotus
Padmanabh – one with lotus in his navel i.e. Vishnu
Padmanabha – Lord Vishnu
Padmapati – Lord Vishnu
Palak – eyelash
Palash – a flowering
Palashkusum – the flower of Palash
Palashranjan – beautiful like a Palash
Pallab – new leaves
Pallav – young shoots and leaves
Panchanan – Lord Shiva
Pandhari – Lord Vithobha
Panduranga – one with pale white complexion
Panini – the great scholar-grammarian
Pankaj – lotus flower
Pannalal – emerald
Parag – pollen
Parakram – strength
Param – the best
Paramananda – superlative joy
Paramartha – highest truth
Paramesh – Lord Shiva
Paramhansa – supreme soul
Paramjeet – highest success
Paranjay – Varun; Lord of the Sea
Parantapa – conqueror; Arjuna Paras – touchstone
Parashar – an ancient
Parashuram – sixth incarnation of Lord Vishnu Partha; Arjun
Parasmani – touchstone
Paravasu – name of a sage
Parees – touch stone
Paresh – supreme spirit
Parijat – a celestial flower
Pariket – against desire
Parikshit – name of the ancient king Parimal – fragrance
Parindra – lion
Paritosh – contentment
Paritosh – satisfaction
Parkash – light
Parmameshwar – Alimightly Lord
Parnad – a Brahmin in the epics
Partha – Arjun
Parthapratim – like Arjuna
Parvatinandan – Lord Ganesh
Parvesh – Lord of celebration Pasupati – Lord Shiva
Patakin – holder of a banner
Patanjali – famous Yoga philosopher
Pathik – a traveller
Pathin – traveller
Patralika – new leaves
Pavak – fire
Pavan – wind
Pavani – Hanuman
Pavanjit – wind
Pavitra – pure
Payas – water
Payod – cloud
Peeyush – nectar
Phalguni – born in the Hindu month of Falgun
Phanindra – Sesh; the divine snake
Phenil – foam like
Pinak – Shiva’s bow
Pinaki – Lord Krishna
Pirmohammed – rhw holy prophet
Pitambar – Lord Vishnu
Piyush – milk
Piyush – nectar
Poojan – worship
Poojit – worshipped
Poorna – complete
Poornachandra – full moon
Prabal – coral
Prabhakar – sun
Prabhakar – the sun
Prabhas – lustrous
Prabhat – dawn
Prabhat – morning
Prabhav – effect
Prabir – hero; brave one
Prabodh – sound advice
Prabodhan – knowledge
Prabuddha – awakened Prachetas – energy
Prachur – abundant
Pradeep – light; shine
Pradnesh – lord of wisdom
Pradosh – dusk
Pradyot – lustre
Pradyumna – cupid Pradyun – radiant
Praful – blooming Prafulla – blooming
Prafulla – pleasant; cheerful
Pragun – straight; honest Prahlad – joy
Prahlad – excess of joy
Prajeet – victorious
Prajesh – Lord Brahma
Prajin – kind
Prajit – kind
Prakash – light
Prakat – mainfested
Prakriti – nature
Pralay – Himalay
Pramath – horse
Pramesh – master of accurate knowledge
Pramit – consciousness
Pramod – happiness
Pran – life
Pranav – the sacred syllable Om
Pranay – love
Pranay – romance
Pranet – leader
Pranit – modest
Pranjal – simple
Pranjivan – life
Pransukh – joy of life
Prasad – offering to god during pooja
Prasanna – cheerful; pleased
Prasata – father of Draupad
Prasenjit – a king in the epics
Prasham – peace
Prashant – calm and composed
Prashanta – calm
Prasoon – flower
Prasun – blossom Pratap – glory
Pratap – dignity; majesty
Prateek – symbol; first word in a sentence
Prateep – king; Shantanu’s father
Prateet – manifested
Pratik – symbol
Pratiti – faith; undrstanding
Pratosh – extreme delight
Pratul – plenty
Praval – fierce; strong
Pravar – excellent
Praveen – expert; experienced
Praver – chief
Pravir – brave
Prayag – confluence
Preetish – god of love
Prem – love
Premal – full of love
Premanand – joy of love
Premendra – lover
Pritam – beloved
Prithu – a king from the epics
Prithvi – earth
Prithviraj – king of the earth
Priya – beloved
Priyabrata – devoted to pleasing
Priyaranjan – beloved
Pujit – worshipped
Pukhraj – topaz
Pulak – joy
Pulakesh – joyous
Pulastya – an ancient
Pulin – beautiful
Pulish – name of a sage
Pundarik – white lotus
Puneet – pure
Punit – pure
Punyabrata – dedicated to the good
Punyasloka – sacred verse
Purandar – Lord Indra
Puranjay – Lord Shiva
Purnanada – God
Purnendu – full moon
Puru – abundant; name of a king
Purujit – conqueror of city
Purumitra – friend of city
Pururava – the founder of Chandra dynasty
Purushottam – best of men
Pushkar – lotus; a lake
Pushpak – mythical vehicle of Lord Vishnu
Puskara – blue lotus; fountain
Pyarelal – Lord Krishna
Pyaremohan – Lord Krishna
Quamar – the moon
Quasim – old generation
Qutub – tall
Radhakanta – Lord Krishna
Radhakrishna – Radha and Lord Krishna
Radhavallabh – Lord Krishna-beloved of Radha
Radheshyam – Lord Krishna
Radheya – Karna Rafat – elevation
Raghav – Lord Rama
Raghavendra – Lord Rama
Raghu – the family of Lord Rama
Raghunandan – Lord Rama
Raghunath – Lord Rama
Raghupati – Lord Rama
Raghuvir – Lord Rama
Rahas – secret
Rahman – merciful
Rahul – son of Lord Buddha
Raj – king
Raja – king
Rajam – Goddess Lakshmi
Rajan – king
Rajani – night
Rajanikant – sun; lord of night
Rajanikanta – king’s sage
Rajarshi – king’s sage
Rajas – mastery; fame; pride
Rajat – silver
Rajatshubhra – white as silver
Rajdulari – princess
Rajeev – blue lotus
Rajendra – king
Rajendrakumar – king
Rajendramohan – king
Rajesh – god of kings
Rajesh – king
Rajit – decorated
Rajiv – lotus flower
Rajivlochan – king’s sage
Rajivnayan – king’s sage
Rajkumar – prince
Rajrishi – king’s sage
Rajyeshwar – king
Rakesh – the moon
Raksha – the moon; protection
Ram – Lord Rama; one who pleases
Ramakanta – Lord Vishnu
Raman – beloved; pleasing
Ramanuja – born after Rama
Ramashray – Lord Vishnu; protected by Rama
Ramavatar – reincarnation of Lord Rama
Ramchandra – Lord Rama
Ramesh – Lord Vishnu
Rameshwar – Lord Shiva
Ramkishore – Lord Rama
Ramkrishna – Lord Rama; Krishna
Ramkumar – Lord Rama
Rammohan – Lord Rama
Ramnath – Lord Rama
Ramprasad – Lord Rama
Rampratap – Lord Rama
Ramratan – Lord Rama
Ramswaroop – Lord Rama
Ranajay – victorious
Ranajit – victorious
Randhir – brave
Rangan – a flower
Ranganath – Lord Vishnu
Ranjan – entertaining
Ranjeet – victor in wars
Ranjit – victorious
Rasaraj – mercury
Rasbihari – Lord Krishna
Rasesh – Lord Krishna
Rashmil – silken
Rasik – connoisseur
Rasul – angel
Ratan – precious stone
Ratannabha – Lord Vishnu
Rathin – celestial
Ratish – cupid
Ratnakar – mine of jewels; sea
Ratul – sweet
Ravi – sun
Ravikiran – sun ray
Ravinandan – Karna
Ravindra – sun
Ravishu – cupid
Raza – hope
Razak – devotee
Rebanta – a son of Surya
Rehman – merciful
Rehmat – mercy
Riddhiman – possessed of good fortune
Rijul – innocent
Ripudaman – killer of enemies
Rishabh – second note of the indian scale of music
Rishi – sage; ray of light
Rishikesh – Lord Vishnu
Rituparan – joyous
Rituraj – spring
Ritvik – priest
Riyaz – practice
Rizvan – harbinger of good news
Rochak – tasty
Rochan – red lotus; bright
Rohan – ascending
Rohanlal – Lord Krishna
Rohit – red
Rohitasva – sone of King Harishchandra
Ronak – embellishment
Roshan – illumination
Ruchir – beautiful
Rudra – Lord Shiva
Rujul – simple; honest
Rupak – beautiful
Rupesh – lord of beauty
Rupin – embodied beauty
Rushil – charming
Rustom – warrior
Rutujit – conquerer of seasons
Sacchidananda – total bliss
Sachet – consciousness
Sachetan – rational
Sachin – Lord Indra
Sachit – consciousness
Sadanand – ever joyous
Sadashiva – eternally pure
Sadeepan – lighted up
Sadiq – kingly
Saeed – priestly
Sagar – sea; ocean
Sagun – possessed of qualities
Sahaj – natural
Sahas – bravery
Sahdev – one of the Pandava princes
Sahib – the lord
Sahil – guide
Sainath – Saibaba
Saipraasad – blessing
Saipratap – blessing of Saibaba
Sajal – moist
Sajan – beloved
Saket – Llrd Krishna
Salaman – high
Salarjung – beautiful
Saleem – healthy
Salil – water
Salim – happy; peaceful
Samar – war
Samarendra – Lord Vishnu
Samarendu – Lord Vishnu
Samarjit – victorious in war
Samarth – powerful
Sambaran – restraint; name of an ancient king
Sambhav – born; mainfested
Sambhddha – wise
Sambit – consciousness
Sameen – valuable
Sameer – breeze
Samendra – winner of war
Samir – wind
Samiran – breeze
Sampat – prosperous
Samrat – emperor
Samudra – ocean
Samudragupta – a famous king
Samudrasen – lord of the ocean
Samyak – enough
Sanabhi – related
Sanam – beloved
Sanat – Lord Brahma
Sanatan – eternal
Sanchay – collection
Sanchit – collected
Sandananda – eternal bliss
Sandeep – a lighted lamp
Sandeepen – a sage
Sanjay – Bhritarashtra’s charioteer
Sanjiv – love; life
Sanjivan – immortality
Sanjog – coincidence
Sankalpa – resolve
Sankara – Shiva
Sankarshan – a name of Balaram; brother of Lord Krishna
Sanket – signal
Sanobar – palm tree
Santosh – contentment
Sanwariya – Lord Krishna
Sanyog – conincidence
Sapan – dream
Saquib – bright
Saral – straight
Sarang – spotted deer
Saras – a bird; lake
Sarasija – lotus
Sarasvat – learned
Sarat – autumn
Sarbajit – one who has conquered all
Sarfaraz – head held high
Saroj – lotus
Sartaj – crown
Sarthak – well done
Sarup – beautiful
Sarvadaman – son of Shakuntala-Bharat
Sarvesh – lord of all
Sarwar – promotion
Sashreek – prosperous
Satindra – Lord Vishnu
Satish – ruler of hundreds
Satrijit – father of Satyabhama; wife of Lord Krishna
Satvamohan – truthful
Satyajit – wedded to truth
Satyakam – son of Jabala in the Mahabharata
Satyaki – charioteer of Krishna
Satyamurty – statue of truth
Satyanarayan – Lord Krishna
Satyankar – true; good
Satyaprakash – light of truth
Satyapriya – devoted to truth
Satyasheel – truthful
Satyavan – husband of Savitri; true
Satyavrat – one who has taken vow of truth
Satyavrata – dedicated to truth
Satyendra – lord of truth
Saurabh – fragrance
Saurav – divine; celestial
Savar – Lord Shiva
Savitendra – the sun
Sawan – a Hindu month
Sayam – evening
Sayed – leader
Seemanta – parting line of hair
Senajit – victory over army
Sevak – servant
Shaan – pride
Shachin – Lord Indra
Shachindra – Lord Indra
Shadab – fresh
Shaheen – tender
Shahid – patriot
Shailendra – king of mountains; Himalayas
Shailesh – god of mountain; Himalayas
Shaistakhan – polite
Shakib – patience
Shaktidhar – Lord Shiva
Shakunt – blue jay
Shakyasinha – Lord Buddha
Shalin – modest
Shambhu – Lord Shiva
Shameek – an ancient sage
Shami – fire
Shamindra – quiet; gentle
Shams – fragrance
Shamshu; Shamshad – beautiful
Shandar – proud
Shankar – Shiva
Shankha – conch
Shanmuga – Kartikeya; first son of Lord Shiva
Shanmukha – Kartikeya; first son of Lord Shiva
Shantanu – a king from the epic Mahabharata
Shantashil – gentle
Shantimay – peaceful
Shantinath – lord of peace
Shantiprakash – light of peace
Shantipriya – peace-loving
Sharad – autumn
Sharadchandra – autumn moon
Sharadindu – autumn moon
Sharan – shelter
Sharang – deer
Shardul – tiger
Shariq – intelligent
Shashank – moon
Shashanka – the moon
Shashee – moon
Shashibhushan – Lord Shiva
Shashidhar – the moon
Shashikant – moon stone
Shashikiran – moon’s rays
Shashimohan – the moon
Shashishekhar – Lord Shiva
Shashwat – ever lasting; continuous
Shatrughan – victorious
Shatrughna – victorious
Shatrujit – victorious
Shatrunjay – overcomer of enemies
Shattesh – king of mountains
Shaukat – grand
Shaunak – a great sage
Sheetal – cool
Sheil – mountain
Shekhar – Lord Shiva
Shesh – cosmic serpent
Shevantilal – a crysanthemum
Shikha – flame
Shikhar – peak
Shirish – a flower
Shiromani – superb jewel
Shirshirchandra – winter moon
Shishir – winter
Shishirkumar – the moon
Shishupal – sone of Subhadra
Shiv – Lord Shiva; auspicious; lucky
Shivendra – Lord Shiva
Shivendu – pure moon
Shivesh – Lord Shiva
Shivlal – Lord Shiva
Shivraj – Lord Shiva
Shivshankar – Lord Shiva
Shobhan – splendid
Shoorsen – brave
Shravan – a Hindu month
Shravankumar – a character from the epic Ramayana
Shrenik – organised
Shreshta – the best
Shreyas – superior
Shridhar – Lord Vishnu
Shrigopal – Lord Krishna
Shrihari – Lord Krishna
Shrikanta – beautiful
Shrikrishna – Lord Krishna
Shrikumar – beautiful
Shrinath – Lord Vishnu
Shrinivas – Lord Vishnu
Shripad – Lord Vishnu
Shripal – Lord Vishnu
Shripati – Lord Vishnu
Shriram – Lord Rama
Shriranga – Lord Vishnu
Shrish – Lord Vishnu
Shrivatsa – Lord Vishnu
Shriyans – wealth
Shubha – auspicious
Shubhang – handsome
Shubhankar – auspivious
Shubhashis – blessing
Shubhendu – luckly moon
Shubhranshu – the moon
Shuddhashil – well-born
Shulabh – easy
Shvetang – fair complexioned
Shvetank – having a white mark
Shyam – dark blue; black
Shyamal – black; dark blue
Shyamsundar – Lord Krishna
Siddhanta – principle
Siddharth – white mustard
Siddhartha – a name of Lord Buddha
Siddheshwar – a goddess
Siraj – lamp
Sitakanta – Lord Rama
Sitanshu – the moon
Sitikantha – Lord Shiva
Sivanta – Lord Shiva
Smarajit – one who has conquered lust
Smaran – remembrance
Smritiman – unforgettable
Snehal – freindly
Snehanshn – affectionate
Snehin – a friend
Sohail – moon-glow
Soham – the presence of divinity of each soul
Sohan – charm
Sohil – beautiful
Som – the moon
Somansh – half moon
Somendra – moon
Someshwar – Lord Shiva
Somnath – Lord Shiva
Sopan – steps
Soumil – a friend
Soumyakanti – handsome
Sourabh – fragrance
Sourish – Lord Vishnu
Srijan – creation
Srikant – lover of wealth
Srinivas – abode of wealth
Sriram – Lord Rama
Sual – asked for
Subal – a friend of Lord Krishna
Subash – fragrance
Subbarao – auspicious
Subhadra – mother of Lord Krishna; wife of Arjuna
Subhan – aware
Subhash – soft spoken
Subhash – well-spoken
Subinay – humble
Subodh – sound advice; easily understood
Subrata – devoted to what is right
Suchir – eternal
Sudama – Lord Krishna’s friend
Sudama – meek
Sudarshan – handsome
Sudeep – bright
Sudesh – country
Sudesha – good country
Sudeva – good Deva
Sudhakar – the moon
Sudhamay – full of nectar
Sudhanshu – the moon
Sudhanssu – moon
Sudhi – scholar
Sudhindra – lord of knowledge
Sudhir – great scholar; calm
Sudhish – lord of excellent intellect
Sugata – a name of the Buddha
Sugreev – man with a beautiful neck
Sugriva – one with graceful neck
Suhail – moon-glow
Suhas – smiling beautifully
Suhrid – well-disposed
Suhrit – well-disposed
Sujan – honest
Sujash – illustrious
Sujay – victory
Sujit – victory
Sujit – winner
Sukant – handsome
Sukanta – handsome
Sukesh – beautiful
Suketu – a Yaksha king
Sukhamay – pleasurable
Sukhdev – god of happiness
Sukrit – good deed
Sukumar – handsome
Sulalit – graceful
Sulekh – beautifully written
Sulochan – one with beautiful eyes
Sultan – king
Suman – flower
Sumant – wise
Sumanta – wise
Sumantra – friend of King Dasarath Sumedh – clever
Sumeet – a good friend
Sumit – a good friend
Sumitra – good friend
Sunanda – very pleasing
Sunasi – Lord Indra
Sundar – beautiful
Sundar – handsome; of good principles; prudent
Sunil – dark blue
Sunirmal – pure
Suparna – leafy
Suprakash – manifested
Supratik – cupid
Supratim – beautiful image
Supriya – beloved
Sur – a musical note
Suraj – the sun
Surajit – god
Suranjan – pleasing
Surdeep – lamp of music
Suren – Lord Indra
Suresh – Lord Indra
Suresh – sun
Surya – the sun
Suryabhan – the sun
Suryakant – loved by the sun
Suryakanta – a jewel
Suryashankar – Lord Shiva
Sushanta – quiet
Sushil – well behaved
Sushobhan – very beautiful
Sushrut – well heard
Sushruta – son of sage Viswamitra
Sutej – lustre
Suvan – the sun
Suvimal – pure
Suvrata – strict in religious vows – Subrata
Suyash – illustrious
Swagat – welcome
Swami – master
Swaminath – the Lord Almighty
Swapan – dream
Swapnil – seen in a dream; dreamy
Swaraj – liberty; freedom
Swarup – truth
Swayambhu – Lord Shiva
Swetaketu – an ancient sage
Syamantak – a jewel of Lord Vishnu
Tahir – holy
Taizeen – encouragement
Taj – crown
Tajdar – corwned
Talat – prayer
Talib – divine
Talleen – absorbed
Tamal – a tree with very dark bark
Tamkinat – pomp
Tamonash – destroyer of ignorance
Tanay – son
Tanmay – engrossed
Tanuj – son
Tanveer – englightened
Tapan – sun; summer
Tapas – heat; penance
Tapasendra – Lord Shiva
Tapasranjan – Lord Vishnu
Tapomay – full of moral virtue
Tarachand – star
Tarak – protector
Tarakeshwar – Lord Shiva
Taraknath – Lord Shiva
Taral – honeybee
Taran – raft; heaven
Tarang – wave
Taranga – wave
Taraprashad – star
Tarik – one who crosses the river of life
Tariq – morning star
Tarit – lightning Tarun – young
Tarun – young; youth
Taruntapan – morning sun
Tathagata – the Buddha
Tausiq – reinforcement
Teerth – holy place; sacred water
Teerthankar – a Jain saint
Tej – light; lustrous
Tejas – lustre; brilliance
Tejeshwar – the sun
Tejomay – glorious
Thakur – leader; God
Tilak – auspicious
Timin – large fish
Timir – darkness
Timirbaran – dark
Tirtha – holy place
Titir – a bird
Toshan – satisfaction
Trailokva – the three worlds
Trambak – Lord Shiva
Tribhuvan – the tree worlds
Tridib – heaven
Trigun – the three dimensions
Trilochan – one with three eyes; Shiva
Trilok – the three worlds; heaven; earth; hell
Trilokesh – Lord Shiva
Tripurari – Lord Shiva
Trishanku – a king of the Surya dynasty
Trivikram – Lod Vishnu
Tufan – storm
Tuhin – snow
Tuhinsurra – snow white
Tukaram – a poet saint
Tulasidas – servant of Tulasi; basil plant
Tulsidas – a famous saint
Tungar – high; lofty
Tungesh – moon
Tushar – snow
Tusharkanti – Lord Shiva
Tusharsuvra – wsnow white
Tyagraja – a famous poet
Udar – generous
Uday – appearance
Udayachal – eastern horizon
Udayan – rising; name of king of Avanti
Uddhar – liberation
Uddhav – Lord Krishna’s friend
Udeep – flood
Udit – grown; awakened; shining
Udyam – effort
Udyan – garden
Ujagar – bright
Ujala – bright
Ujesh – one who gives light
Ujwal – bright
Ulhas – joy; delight
Umakant – Lord Shiva
Umanand – Lord Shiva
Umanant – Lord Shiva
Umang – enthusiasm
Umaprasad – blessing of Goddess Parvati
Umashankar – Lord Shiva
Umed – hope
Umesh – Lord Shiva
Umrao – noble
Unmesh – flash; blowing; opening
Unnat – energized
Upagupta – name of a Buddish nonk
Upamanyu – name of a devoted pupil
Upendra – an element
Urjita – energized
Ushakanta – the sun
Utanka – a disciple of th sage Veda
Utkarsh – prosperity; awakening
Utkarsha – advancement
Utpal – water lily; fleshless
Utsav – celebration
Uttam – best
Uttar – son of king Virata
Uttiya – a name in Buddhist literature
Vachan – speech
Vachaspati – lord of speech
Vaibhav – richness
Vaijnath – Lord shiva
Vajra – Lord Krishna’s greatgrandson; diamond
Vajradhar – Lord Indra
Vajramani – diamond
Vajrapani – Lord Indra
Vallabh – beloved; dear
Valmik – the author of the epic Ramayana
Valmiki – the author of the epic Ramayana
Vaman – fifth incarnation of Lord Vishnu
Vamsi – Name of a ‘Raaga’
Vanajit – lord of the forest
Vandan – salutation
Vaninath – Husband of Saraswati
Vardhaman – Lord Mahavir
Varij – lotus
Varindra – lord of the ocean
Varun – lord of the sea
Vasant – spring
Vasava – Indra
Vasistha – name of a sage
Vasu – wealth
Vasudev – father of Lord Krishna
Vasudev – Krishna’s father; god of wealth
Vasuman – born of fire
Vatsal – affectionate
Ved – sacred knowledge
Vedanga – meaning of Vedas
Vedavrata – vow of the Vedas
Vedmohan – Lord Krishna
Vedprakash – light of the Vedas
Veer – brave
Veera – the brave
Veni – Lord Krishna
Venimadhav – Lord Krishna
Vibhas – decoration; light
Vibhat – dawn
Vibhishan – a character from the epic Ramayana
Vibhu – all-pervading
Vidur – a friend of Lord Krishna
Vidur – wise
Vidyacharan – learned
Vidyadhar – learned
Vidyaranya – forest of knowledge
Vidyasagar – ocean of learning
Vidyut – lightning
Vighnesh; Vignesh – Lord Ganesh
Vihanga – bird
Vijanyendra – victorious
Vijay – victor
Vijay – victory
Vijendra – victorious
Vikas – development; expanding
Vikesh – the moon
Vikram – the sun of valour
Vikramaditya – a famous king
Vikramajit – a famous king
Vikramendra – king of prowess
Vikrant – powerful
Vikranta – brave
Vilas – play
Vilok – to see
Vilokan – gaze
Vimal – pure
Vinay – modesty
Vinayak – Lord Ganesh
Vineet – unassuming
Vinesh – godly
Vinod – happy; full of joy
Vinod – pleasing
Vipan – sail; petty trade
Vipin – forest
Viplab – floating; revolution
Viplav – drifting about; revolution
Vipra – a priest
Vipul – plenty
Vir – brave
Viraj – resplendent; splendour
Viral – priceless
Virendra – brave lord
Viresh – brave lord
Virochan – moon; fire
Vishal – immense
Vishesh – special
Vishnu – Lord Vishnu
Vishram – rest
Vishva – earth; universe
Vishvajit – one who conquers the universe
Vishvakarma – architect of the universe
Vishvatma – universal soul
Vishwambhar – the lord
Vishwamitra – friend of the universe
Vishwanath – the lord
Vishwas – faith; trust
Vishwesh – the lord Almighty
Vismay – surprise
Viswanath – god of universe
Viswas – trust
Vithala – Lord Vishnu
Vitthal – Lord Vishnu
Vivek – judgement
Vivekananda – joy of discrimination
Vrajakishore – Lord Krishna
Vrajamohan – Lord Kirshna
Vrajanadan – Lord Krishna
Vrajesh – Lord Krishna
Vrishin – peacock
Vyasa – the author of Mahabharata
Vyomesh – lord of the sky
Wahab – large hearted
Wajidali – obessed
Wali – protector
Waman – short
Yaaseen – One of the Prophet Muhammad’s names
Yadav – Lord Krishna
Yadavendra – Lord Krishna
Yadunandan – Lord Krishna
Yadunath – Lord Krishna
Yaduraj – Lord Krishna
Yaduvir – Lord Krishna
Yagna – Ceremonial rites to God
Yahyaa – a Prophet’s name
Yaj – a sage
Yajat – Lord Shiva
Yajnadhar – Lord Vishnu
Yajnarup – Lord Krishna
Yajnesh – Lord Vishnu
Yamahil – Lord Vishnu
Yamajit – Lord Shiva
Yaman – Lord Yama; god of death; Yamraj
Yamir – Moon
Yasaar – Ease; Wealth
Yash – victory; glory
Yash – victory; glory
Yashas – Fame
Yashodev – Lord of fame
Yashodhan – rich in fame
Yashodhara – one who has achieved fame
Yashpal – protector of fame
Yashwant – one who has achieved glory
Yasir – Wealthy
Yatin – ascetic
Yatindra – Lord Indra
Yatish – Lord of devotees
Yayin – Lord Shiva
Yazeed – To increase; Grow; Enhance
Yogendra – god of Yoga
Yogesh – god of Yoga; Lord Shiva
Yogi – Devotee
Yoonus – a Prophet’s name
Yoosuf – a Prophet’s name
Yudhajit – victor in war
Yudhisthir – firm in battle
Yudishtra – firm in battle
Yugandhar – celestial god
Yuvaraj – prince; heir apparent
Yuvraj – a prince
Yuyutsu – eager to fight

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