பெண் குழந்தைகள் பெயர்கள்…Indian Baby Girl Names with Meaning

Indian baby girl names

Aaarti – worship; divine fire in ritual
Aafreen – encouragement
Abani – earth
Abha – lustre; shine
Abhaya – fearless
Abhilasha – desire
Aboil – the name of a flower
Achala – constant
Adarsh – ideal
Adhira – lightning
Adishree – exalted
Aditi – mother of gods
Adrika – celestial
Aghanashini – destroyer of sins
Agrata – leadership
Agrima – leadership
Ahalya – wife of Rishi Gautam; a woman who was saved by Lord Rama
Ahladita – in happy mood
Aishani – Goddess Durga
Aishwarya – wealth
Ajala – the earth
Ajanta – a famous Buddist cave
Akhila – complete
Akriti – diagram
Akshaya – indestructible
Akshita – seen
Akuti – princess
Alaka – a girl with a lovely hair
Alaknanda – flawless
Alisha – protected by God
Alka – a girl with a lovely hair
Almas – a diamond
Alopa – faultless
Alpa – little
Alpana – a decorative design
Amala – the pure one
Amba – Parvati
Ambika – Goddess Parvati
Ambu – water
Ambuda – cloud
Ambuja – born of a Lotus; Goddess Lakshmi
Ambuja – lotus
Amita – limitless
Amla – the pure one
Amoda – happiness
Amodini – joyful
Amrapali – famous courtesan who became a evotee of Buddha
Amrita – nectar
Amritkala – nectarine art
Amrusha – sudden
Amshula – sunny
Amulya – priceless
Anagha – sinless
Anahita – graceful
Anala – fiery
Anamika – ring-finger
Anandamayi – full of joy
Anandi – jovial
Anandini – joyful
Anandita – happy
Ananya – matchless
Anarghya – priceless
Anasooya – wife of Rishi Atri
Anasuya – wife of Rishi Atri
Anchal – the decorative end of a sari
Anchita – honoured; worshipped
Angana – an suspicious or handsome woman
Angarika – a flame-coloured flower-Palash or Flame of the Forest
Anika – Goddess Durga
Anindita – beautiful
Anisha – uninterrupted
Anita – grace
Anjali – offering
Anjana – mother of Hanuman
Anju – one who lives in heart
Anjushree – dear to one’s heart
Anjushri – dear to one’s heart
Ankita – conqueress; empress; one with auspicious marks
Annapurna – Goddess Parvati; generous with food
Anoushka – lightning
Anshula – sunny
Antara – the second note in Hindustani classical music
Anuhya – something unexpected – in a pleasant way – and valuable
Anumati – consent
Anupama – unique; unparalleled
Anuprabha – brightness
Anuradha – a bright star
Anuragini – beloved
Anurati – consent
Anusha – beautiful morning; a star
Anushka – lightning
Anushri – pretty
Anuva – knowldege
Anwesha – quest
Apala – name of a learned woman of the past
Aparijita – undefeated; name of a flower
Aparna – Goddess Parvati
Apsara – celestial maiden
Apurva; Apoorva – unique
Aradhana – worship
Arati – worship; divine fire in ritual
Archa – worship
Archan – worship
Archana – worship
Archisha – a ray of light
Archita – one who is worshipped
Arpana – surrendered
Arpita – dedicated
Arshia – heavenly
Aruna – dawn
Arundhati – a star
Aruni – dawn
Arunima – glow of dawn
Asavari – name of a raga or melody
Ascharya – Surprise
Aseema – limitless
Asgari – devotee
Asha – hope; aspiration
Ashakiran – ray of hope
Ashalata – creeper of hope
Ashavari – name of a raaga
Ashima – limitless
Ashis – benediction
Ashna – friend
Ashwini – name of a star
Asita – the river Yamuna
Aslesha – a star
Asmita – pride
Atasi – a blue flower
Atmaja – daughter
Atreyi – name of a river
Avani – Earth
Avanti(ancient Malwa; Ujjain
Avantika – princess of Ujjain
Ayesha – daughter of the Prophet
Ayushmati – one who has a long life
Aziza – a friend
Bageshri – name of a raaga
Bahula – a star
Baidehi – Sita
Baijayanthi – garland of Lord Vishnu
Baisakhi – of the month Baishakh
Baishali – an ancient city
Bakul – the name of a flower
Bakula – Nagakeshar flower
Bala – girl
Ballari – creeper
Banamala – forests
Banani – forests
Bandana – worship
Bandhula – charming
Bandhura – pretty
Banhi – fire
Banhishikha – flame
Banita – woman
Bansari – flute
Barnali – Dispersion of seven colors
Barsha – rain
Baruna – wife of the Lord of the sea
Baruni – Goddess Durga
Basabi – wife of Lord Indra
Basanti – of spring
Bela – a flower-jasmine
Beli – a flower-jasmine
Benazir – incomparable
Bhadra – gentle
Bhagirathi – the river Ganga
Bhagwanti – lucky
Bhagya – lucky
Bhagyalakshmi – goddess of wealth
Bhagyashree – fortunate
Bhagyawati – fortunate
Bhairavi – a melody in classical music
Bhakti – devotion
Bhamini – woman
Bhanuja – river Yamuna
Bhanumati – full of lustre
Bhanupriya – beloved of the sun
Bharani – Name of a celestial star
Bharati – Goddess Saraswati
Bhargavi – Goddess Parvati
Bhavana – feelings; sentiments
Bhavini – Goddess Parvati
Bhavna – meditation; thinking
Bhilangana – a river
Bhoomi – the earth
Bhoomika – the earth
Bhuvana – the earth
Bimala – pure
Bina – a musical instrument
Binata – the wife of Sage Kashyap
Bindiya – drop; point
Bindu – a drop
Binodini – handsome; beautiful Radha
Bipasha – a river; Beas
Bishakha – a star
Bratati – creeper
Brinda – the basil plant; Radha
Bulbul – a songbird
Bulbuli – a songbird
Cauvery – same as Cavery- name of a river
Chadna – love
Chaitali – born in the month of Chaitra
Chaitaly – name of an ancient city
Chaitan – consciousness
Chakori – a bird enamoured of the moon
Chakrika – Lakshmi
Chameli – a creeper with flowers
Chameli – jasmine
Champa – a flower
Champabati – the capital
Champakali – a bud of champa
Chanchala – restless
Chandana – parrot
Chandana – sandal wood
Chandani – a river
Chandanika – diminutive
Chandika – diminutive of Chandana
Chandni – moonlit
Chandrabali – Krishna;s girl-friend
Chandrabhaga – river Chenab
Chandrakala – moonbeams
Chandraki – peacock
Chandrakin – a peacock
Chandraleksha – a ray of the moon
Chandrani – wife of the moon
Chandrika – moonlight
Chandrima – the moon
Changuna – a good woman
Chapala – restless; lighting
Charita – good
Charu – beautiful; attractive
Charulata – beautiful creeper
Charulekha – beautiful picture
Charumati – beautiful
Charuprabha – beautiful
Charusheela – a jewel
Charvi – a beautiful woman
Chatura – clever
Chhabi – picture
Chhavvi – image; radiance
Chhaya – shadow
Chimayi – blissful
Chinmayi – blissful
Chintan; Chintana; Chintanika – meditation
Chiti – love
Chitkala – knowledge
Chitra – picture; a stat; name of a river
Chitragandha – a fragrant material
Chitralekha – as beautiful as a picture
Chitrali – a row of pictures
Chitramala – series of pictures
Chitrangada – one of Arjuna’s wives
Chitrani – river Ganga
Chitrarekha – picture
Chitrita – picturesque
Daksha – the earth; Sati; wife of Shiva
Dakshata – skill
Dakshayani – Goddess Durga
Damayanti – Nala’s wife
Damini – lightning
Darika – maiden
Darpana – a mirror
Darshana – sight
Darshwana – pure of heart
Daya – kindness; mercy; pity
Dayamayee – kind
Dayanita – tender
Dayita – beloved
Deeba – silk
Deepa – a lamp
Deepabali – row of lamps
Deepali – collection of lamps
Deepamala – row of lamps
Deepanwita – lit by lamps
Deepaprabha – fully lighted
Deepashikha – flame
Deepavali – row of lamps
Deepika – a lamp
Deepta – shining
Deepti – flame; lustre
Deeptikana – a beam of light
Deeptimoyee – lustrous
Devahuti – daughter of Manu
Devak – divine
Devaki – mother of Krishna
Devangana – celestial maiden
Devasree – divine beauty
Devi – goddess
Devika – mother of Krishna
Devyani – daughter of Shukraacharya
Dhanashri – a raga
Dhanishta – a star
Dhanya – great
Dhanyata – success; fulfilment
Dhara – constant flow
Dharani – the earth
Dharini – earth
Dharitri – the earth
Dhatri – earth
Dhriti – courage; morale
Dhvani – sound;voice
Dhwani – sound;voice
Diksha – initiation
Dilber – lover
Dilshad – happy
Disha – direction
Diti – wife of the sage Kashyap
Divya – divine lustre
Doyel – a songbrid
Draupadi – wife of the Pandavas
Dristi – eyesight
Dulari – dear
Durba – sacred grass
Durga – succour; the Goddess
Durva – sacred grass
Dwipavati – river
Ecchumati – a river
Ekaparana – wife of Himalaya
Ekata – unity
Ekavali – single-string
Ekta – unity
Ektaa – unity
Ela – earth
Enakshi – dear-eyed
Esha – desire
Eshana – search
Eshita – one who desires
Faiza – gain
Fajyaz – artistic
Falguni – born in Falgun; a Hindu month
Farha – happiness
Faria – a caravan
Farida – turquoise
Fatima – prophet Mohammad’s daughter
Fawiza – successful
Firoza – turquoise
Foolan – flowering
Foolwati – delicated as a flower
Fulki – spark
Fullara – wife of Kalketu
Gajagamini – majestic- like an elephant’s walk
Gajra – a string of flowers
Gandhali – fragrance of flowers
Ganga – sacred river of India
Gangika – river Ganga
Gangotri – sacred river of India
Gargi – an ancient scholar
Gatita – a river
Gauhar – a pearl
Gaura – a fair woman
Gauri – a fair woman; parvati
Gaurika – a young girl
Gautami – wife a sage Gautam; river Godavari
Gayatri – the chant of salvation; Goddess Durga
Gazala – a deer
Geena – silvery
Geeta – holy book of the Hindus
Geeti – a song
Geetika – a little song
Girija – born of a mountain; Goddess Parvati
Gitanjali – an offering of songs
Godavari – sacred river of India
Gomati – name of a river
Gool – a flower
Gopa – Gautama’s wife
Gopi – a cowherd; cowherd woman
Gopika – a cowherd; cowherd woman
Gorochana – Goddess Parvati
Govindi – a devotee of Lord krishna
Gulab – rose
Gunjana – buzzing of a bee
Gunwanti – virtuous
Gurjari – a raga
Gyanada – Goddess Saraswati
Habiba – beloved
Hafiza – protected
Haimavati – Parvati; Lord Shiva’s wife
Hamsa – swan
Hanima – a wave
Hansa – swan
Hansika – swan
Hansini – swan
Harathi – Divine fire in puja ritual
Harimanti – born in the season of hemanta
Harinakshi – doe-eyed
Harini – deer
Haripriya – consort of Lord Vishnu; lakshmi
Harita – green
Harsha – happiness
Harsha – happiness
Harshada – giver of joy
Harshini – joyous
Hasina – beautiful
Hasita – happy
Hasumati – happy
Heera – diamond
Hema – golden
Hemangi – golden body
Hemangini – girl with golden body
Hemanti – early winter
Hemavati – golden Parvati
Hemlata – golden creeper
Hena – a flower
Hetal – friendly
Hima – snow
Himagouri – Parvati
Himani – snow
Hina – henna
Hindola – a raga
Hiral – lustrous
Hiranmayi – golden girl
Hirkani – small diamond
Hita – lovable
Hiya – heart
Hoor – a celestical
Husna – beautiful
Iha – the earth
Ihina – enthusiasm
Ikshu – sugarcane
Ila – earth; daughter of Manu
Ina – mother
Inayat – kindness
Indira – Goddess Lakshmi
Indira – Lakshmi
Indrakshi – one with beautiful eyes
Indrani – wife of Lord Indra
Indrasena – daughter of King Nala
Indrayani – the name of a sacred river
Indu – moon
Induja – narmada river
Induja – Narmada river
Indukala – moonlight
Induleksh – the moon
Induma – moon
Indumati – the full moon
Indumukhi – with moonlike face
Ipsa – desire
Ipsita – desired
Ira – earth; muse
Iravati – the river Ravi
Isha – one who protects
Ishana – rich
Ishani – Parvati; wife of Lord Shiva
Ishika – pain brush
Ishita – mastery; wealth
Ishrat – affection
Ishwari – goddess
Ivy – a creeper
Jabeen – forehead
Jagadamba – mother of the universe
Jagriti – vigilance
Jahanara – queen of the world
Jaheel – lake
Jahnavi – Ganga river
Jaishree – honour of victory
Jaisudha – nectar of victory
Jaiwanti – victory
Jalabala – a river
Jaladhija – Lakshmi
Jalaja – lotus
Jamini – night
Jamna – Indian River
Jamuna – holy river
Janaki – wife of Lord Rama; Sita
Janani – Mother
Janhavi – river Ganga
Jasoda – mother of Lord krishna
Jasodhara – mother of Lord Buddha
Jaya – victory
Jayalakshmi – the goddess of victory
Jayalalita – victorious goddess Durga
Jayamala – garland of victory
Jayani – a sakti of Ganesha
Jayanti – victorious
Jayantika – Goddess Durga; Parvati
Jayaprada – giver of victory
Jayashree – the goddess of victory
Jayashri – goddess of victory
Jayati – victorious
Jayita – victories
Jeeval – full of life
Jeevana – life
Jeevankala – art of life
Jeevanlata – creeper of life
Jeevika – water
Jetashri – a raga
Jharna – a stream
Jhilmil – sparkling
Jhinuk – oyster
Jigya – curiosity to know
Joel – God
Joshita – pleased
Jowaki – a firefly
Juhi – a flower
Jui – a flower
Juily – a flower
Jyoti – flame; lamp
Jyotibala – splendour
Jyotika – light; a flame
Jyotirmoyee – lustrous
Jyotishmati – lustrous
Jyotsna – moonlight
Kadambari – Goddess
Kadambini – an array of clouds
Kaishori – Goddess Parvati
Kajal – eyeliner
Kajjali – kohl
Kakali – chiping of birds
Kala – art
Kalanidhi – treasure of art
Kalavati – artistic
Kalavati – Parvati; artist
Kali – a bud; Parvati
Kalika – a bud
Kalindi – the river Yamuna
Kalindi – Yamuna river
Kallol – large waves; gurgling of water
Kalpana – imagination
Kalpita – the imagined
Kalyani – auspicious
Kalyani – blissful; fortunate
Kamakshi – name of Goddess Lakshmi or Parvati; one with loving eyes
Kamala – Goddess
Kamalakshi – one whose eyes are beautiful like lotuses
Kamalika – lotus
Kamalini – lotus
Kamalkali – the bud of a lotus
Kamana – desire
Kamini – a beautiful woman
Kamna – desire
Kana – an atom
Kanak – gold
Kanaka – gold
Kanakabati – a fairy-tale
Kanaklata – golden creeper
Kanakpriya – lover of gold
Kanan – forest
Kananbala – nympth of the forest
Kanchan – gold
Kanchana – gold
Kanchi – a waistband
Kanika – an atom
Kankana – a bracelet
Kanta – a beautiful
Kanti – lustre
Kapila – name of the celestial cow
Kapotakshi – eyes like a pigeon’s
Karabi – a flower
Karishma – Miracle
Karuna – compassion; mercy
Karunamayi – merciful
Kashi – Varanasi; the holy city
Kashmira – from Kashmir
Kasturi – musk
Katyayani – Goddess Parvati
Kaumudi – moonlight
Kaushalya – mother of Rama
Kaveri – a river
Kavita – a poem
Keertana – hymn; a song in praise of god
Kesar – pollen; lion
Kesari – saffron; a lion
Keshi – a woman with beautiful hari
Keshika – a woman with beautiful hair
Keshini – one with beautiful hair
Ketaki – a cream coloured flower
Ketana – home
Keya – a monsoon flower
Khyati – fame
Kimaya – divine
Kiran – ray of light
Kiranmala – a garland of light
Kirtana – praise
Kirti – fame
Kishori – a young girl
Kokila – cuckoo; nightingale
Komal – tender
Komala – delicate
Koyel – the cuckoo
Krandasi – the sky and the earth
Kranti – revolution
Kripa – mercy
Krishna – Draupadi
Krishnaa – Draupadi
Krishnakali – a flower
Kriti – A work of art
Krittika – the Plaids
Krupa – grace; favour
Kshama – forgiveness
Kshanika – momentary
Kumari – unmarried
Kumkum – vermilion
Kumud – lotus
Kumudini – a lotus
Kunda – name of a flower
Kundanika – golden girl
Kunjal – cuckoo; nightingale
Kunjalata – forest creeper
Kunjana – forest girl
Kuntal – hair
Kuntala – a woman with luxurious hair
Kunti – the mother of the Pandavas
Kurangi – deer
Kushala – safe; happy; expert
Kusum – a flower
Kusuma – flower
Kusumanjali – flower offering
Kusumavati – flowering
Kusumita – blossomed
Kusumlata – flowering creeper
Laabha – profit
Laalamani – ruby
Laasya – name of a dance
Labangalata – a flowering creeper
Laboni – grace
Lajja – modesty
Lajjawati – a sensitive plant; modest woman
Lajwanti – a sensitive woman
Lajwati – modest
Laksha – white rose
Lakshana – one with auspicious signs on her; Duryodhana’s daughter
Lakshmi – goddess of wealth
Lakshmishree – fortunate
Lakshya – aim; destination
Lalan – nurturing
Lalana – a beautiful woman
Lali – darling girl
Lalima – redness
Lalita – elegant; beautiful
Lalitamohana – attractive; beautiful
Lalitha – elegant; beautiful
Lata – creeper; vine
Latakara – mass of creepers
Latangi – a creeper
Latha – a creeper
Latika – small creeper
Lavali – clove
Lavanya – grace
Leela – divine play
Leelamayee – playful
Leelavati – playful; goddess Durga
Leena – devoted
Lekha – writing
Lekha – writing; picture
Lily – a flower
Lipi – script
Lipika – short letter
Lochan – eye; eyes
Lochana – eye; eyes
Lola – Goddess Lakshmi
Lona – beauty; pretty
Lopa – wife of sage
Lopamudra – wife of sage Agastya
Maanasa – mind
Maanika – ruby
Madhavi – a creeper with beautiful flowers; springtime
Madhavilata – a flowering creeper
Madhu – honey
Madhubala – sweet girl
Madhuchanda – pleasing metrical composition
Madhuksara – one who showers honey
Madhulata – lovely creeper
Madhulekha – beautiful
Madhulika – honey
Madhumalati – a flowering creeper
Madhumati – full of honey
Madhunisha – pleasant night
Madhur – sweet
Madhura – sweet
Madhuri – sweetness
Madhurima – sweetness
Madhushri – the spring
Madirakshi – woman with intozicating eyes
Magana – engrossed
Mahadevi – Goddess Parvati
Mahagauri – Goddess Durga
Mahajabeen – beautiful
Mahalakshmi – Goddess Lakshmi
Mahamaya – Goddess Durga
Mahasweta – Goddess Saraswati
Mahati – great; name of a raaga
Mahi – the earth
Mahijuba – a hostess
Mahika – the earth
Mahima – greatness
Mahua – an intoxicating flower
Maina – a bird
Maithili – sita
Maitreya – the name of a sage
Maitreyi – name of a woman scholar
Maitri – friendship
Makshi – honeybee
Mala – necklace; garland
Malashree – an early evening melody
Malati – Jasmine
Malavika – princess of Malawa
Malaya – a creeper
Malina – dark
Malini – florist; a river
Mallika – jasmine
Malti – small fragrant flower
Mamata – affection
Manali – a bird
Manana – meditation
Manasa
Manasi – a lady
Manda – a river
Mandakini – a river
Mandakranta – a Sanskrit metre
Mandaraa – coral tree
Mandarmalika – a garland of celestial
Mandira – cymbals; home
Mangala – auspicious
Mangla – auspicious
Manideepa – a lamp of precious stones
Manik – gem
Manikuntala – one whose hair is like gems
Manimala – a string of pearls
Manimekhala – a girdle of gems
Manini – a lady
Manisha – goddess of the mind; desire
Manjari – the sacred basil; blossom
Manjira – ankle-bells
Manjistha – extremely
Manju – snow; dew drops
Manjubala – a sweet girl
Manjula – melodious
Manjulika – a sweet girl
Manjusha – treasure chest
Manjushri – sweet lustre
Manjusri – Saraswati
Manjyot – light of the mind
Manmayi – jealous; Sri Radha
Manorama – beautiful
Manoranjana – entertaining; pleasing
Manushri – Lakshmi
Marala – swan
Marichi – name of a star
Marisa – mother of Daksa
Markandeya – a devotee to Lord Shiva
Matangi – Durga
Mausumi – beauty; monsoon wind
Maya – illusion
Mayuka – peahen
Mayukhi – peahen
Mayura – illusion
Mayuri – peahen
Medha – intellect; Goddess Saraswati
Medini – the earth
Meena – precious blue stone
Meenakshi – a woman wilth beautiful eyes
Meera – a devotee of Krishna
Megha – cloud
Meghamala – array of clouds
Meghana – cloud
Mehal – cloud
Mehbooba – beloved
Meher – benevolence
Mehrunissa – benevolent
Mehul – cloud; rain
Mekhala – girdle
Mena – wife of the Himalayas
Menaka – a celestial dancer
Minal – a precious stone
Minati – prayer
Mirium – wished-for child
Mita – a friend
Mitali – friendship
Mohana – attractive; charming
Mohini – enchantress
Mohisha – intellect
Mridula – tendreness
Mriganayani – doe-eyed
Mrinal – lotus
Mrinali – lotus
Mrinalini – lotus
Mrinalini – stem of lotus
Mrinmayi – of the earth
Mudra – expression
Mudrika – ring
Mugdha – spellbound
Mukta – liberated; pearl
Mukti – freedom from life and death
Mukula – bud
Mukulita – bud
Muniya – name of a bird
Mythili – sita
Mythily – Seeta
Naaz – pride
Nachni – dancer; suggestive look
Nadira – pinnacle
Nagina – jewel
Naina – name of a goddess
Naiya – water or boat
Najma – sorry
Nalini – lotus
Namita – humble
Namrata – modesty
Nanda – joyful
Nandana – daughter
Nandika – Lakshmi
Nandini – bringer of joy; Ganga; daughter
Nandita – happy
Narayani – Goddess Lakshmi
Narmada – a river
Narois – flower
Nartan – dance
Naseen – cool breeze
Natun – new
Nauka – boat
Navaneeta – butter
Naveena – new
Nayana – eyes
Nayantara – iris
Nazima – song
Neeharika – dew drops
Neela – blue
Neelabja – blue lotus
Neelakshi – blue eyed
Neelam – sapphire
Neelanjana – blue
Neelkamal – blue lotus
Neepa – name of a flower
Neeraja – lotus flower
Neeta – upright
Neeti – good behaviour
Neha – rain
Nehal – rainy; handsome
Netra – eyes
Netravati – beautifuleyed
Nidhi – treasure
Nidra – sleep
Niharika – nebula
Nikhita – sharp
Nilasha – blueness
Nilaya – home
Nileen – surrendered
Nilima – blue
Niloufer – a celestial
Nina – lovely-eyed
Nipa – one who watches over
Niral – calm
Niranjana – a river; Goddess Durga; full moon
Nirmala – clean; virtuous
Nirmayi – without blemish
Nirupa – a decree; command
Nirupama – unique; uncomparable
Nisha – night
Nisha – night
Nishithini – night
Nishtha – devotion
Nishtha – faith
Nita – moral
Niti – morality
Nitya – constant
Nityapriya – ever pleasing
Nivedita – one dedicated to service
Nivedita – surrendered
Nivritti – nonattachment
Niyati – fate
Noopur – anklet
Noor – light
Noorjehan – light of the world
Nupura – anklet
Nusrat – help
Nutan – new
Ojal – vision
Ojaswini – lustrous
Omana – a woman
Padma – Goddess Lakshmi
Padma – Lotus
Padmaja – Lakshmi
Padmajai – Born from lotus; Lakshmi
Padmakali – lotus bud
Padmal – lotus
Padmalaya – lake of lotuses
Padmalochana – lotuseyed
Padmavati – Goddess Lakshmi
Padmini – lotus
Pakhi – bird
Pakshi – bird
Pallavi – new leaves
Pallavi – New leaves
Pallavini – with new leaves
Panchali – Draupadi’s name
Pankaja Lotus
Panna – emerald
Parama – the best
Parameshwari – Goddess Durga
Paramita – wisdom
Parbarti – surrender
Pari – fairy
Paridhi – realm
Parinita – Expert
Parnal – leafy
Parnashri – leafy beauty
Parni – leafy
Parnik – creeper
Parnika – A small leaf; parvati
Parthivi – Sita
Parul – name of a flower
Parvani – full moon; a festival or special day
Parvati – Durga
Parveen – star
Patmanjari – a raga
Patralekha – a name from ancient epics
Pavana – Holy; sacred
Pavani – Hanuman
Payal – anklet
Payal – Foot ornament
Payoja – lotus
Phiroza – turquoise
Phoolan – flower
Pia – beloved
Piki – cuckoo
Pingala – Lakshmi
Pival – a tree
Piyali – a tree
Pooja – worship
Poonam – Full moon
Poorbi – eastern
Poornima – Full moon
Poorvi – classical melody
Poushali – of the month Poush
Prabha – lustrous
Prabhati – of the morning
Prachi – Morning
Pradeepta – glowing
Pragati – Progress
Pragya – Prowess
Pragya – wisdom
Pragyaparamita – wise
Pragyawati – a wise woman
Prama – knowledge of truth
Pramada – woman
Pramila – one of Arjuna’s wives
Pramiti – knowledge of truth
Pranati – prayer
Prapti – gain
Prarthana – prayer
Prashansa – prasie
Prashanti – peace
Pratibha – Talent
Pratigya – Pledge; vow
Pratima – Icon; idol; statue
Pratishtha – preeminence
Preeti – love
Prem – love
Prema – Love
Premala – loving
Prerana – Inspiration
Preyasi – beloved
Prita – dear one
Pritha – Kunti; mother of Pandavas
Priti – Love
Pritika – dear one
Pritikana – an atom of love
Pritilata – a creeper of love
Priya – beloved
Priyadarshini – Delightful to look at
Priyal – beloved
Priyam – beloved
Priyamvada – sweet spoken
Priyanka – Beautiful act; symbol or body
Puja – worship
Pujita – worshipped
Puloma – wife of the sage Bhrigu
Punam – full moon
Punarnava – a star
Punita – pure
Punita Pure; holy
Punthali – A doll
Purnima – Full moon
Purva – East
Purvaja – elder sister
Pushpa – flower
Pushpanjali – flower offering
Pushpita – decorated with flowers
Pusti – Nourishment; endorsement
Putul – doll
Quarrtulain – God’s mercy
Quasar – meteor
Raakhi – symbol of protection;full moon in the Sravan month
Rabia – famous; godly
Rachana – creation
Rachita – created
Rachna – construction; arrangement
Radha – Krishna’s lover; prosperity
Radhika – Radha
Ragini – a melody
Rajalakshmi – Goddess lakshmi
Rajani – night
Rajanigandha – night blossoming scented flower
Rajata – silver
Rajdulari – dear princess
Rajeshwari – goddess Parvati
Rajhans – swan
Rajkumari – princess
Rajnandhini – princess
Rajshri – sage-like king
Raka – full moon
Rakhi – thread of brother-sister bonding
Raksha – protection
Rama – Goddess Lakshmi
Ramani – beautiful girl
Ramani – woman
Rambha – celestial dancer
Rameshwari – Parvati
Ramita – pleasing
Ramya – beautiful
Rangana – a flower
Rani – Queen; Princess
Ranita – tinkling
Ranjana – delightful
Ranjini – pleasing
Ranjita – adorned
Rashi – collection
Rashmi – a ray of light
Rashmika – ray of light
Rasika – connosseur
Rasna – the tongue
Rati – most beautiful lady; wife of cupid
Ratna – gem
Ratnabala – jewelled
Ratnabali – string of pearls
Ratnajyouti – lustrous jewel
Ratnalekha – splendour of jewels
Ratnali – a jewelled
Ratnamala – string of pearls
Ratnangi – jewel-bodied
Ratnaprabha – lustrous jewel
Ratnapriya – lover of jewels
Ratnavali – a bunch of gems
Raviprabha – light of the sun
Rekha – line
Renu – atom
Renuka – mother of Parasurma; the sixth incarnation of Lord Vishnu
Renuka – wife of Jamadagni rishi
Resham – silk
Reshma – silken
Reshmi – silken
Reva – a star
Revati – a star
Richa – verses of Sanskrit
Riddhi – good fortune
Riju – innocent
Rijuta – innocence
Rishika – saintly
Riti – memory; well being
Ritu – season
Rohini – a star
Roma – Lakshmi
Roshan – bright
Roshni – brightness
Rubaina – bright
Ruchi – lustre; beauty
Ruchira – beautiful
Rudrani – a wife of Shiva – Rudra
Rudrapriya – Goddess Durga
Rujuta – honesty; sincerity
Rukma – golden
Rukmini – consort of Lord Krishna
Ruksana – brilliant
Ruma – wife a Sugriva
Rupa – beauty
Rupali – beautiful; pretty
Rupashi – beautiful
Rupashri – beautiful
Sachi – wife of Lord Indra
Sachita – Consciousness
Sadaf – pearl
Sadgati – liberation
Sadguna – good virtues
Sadhan – fulfulment
Sadhana – worship
Sadhika – achiever
Sadhvi – virtuous woman
Sadiqua – kindly
Saeeda – priestly
Safia – chaste
Sagarika – wave; born in the ocean
Saguna – possessed of good qualities
Saguna – Virtuous
Sahana – Patience
Saheli – friend
Sahiba – the lady
Sahila – guide
Sai – a flower
Sajala – clouds
Sajni – beloved
Sakhi – friend
Sakina – friend
Salena – the moon
Salila – Water
Salima – happy
Salma – peace
Samata – equality
Sameena – happy
Samhita – a vedic omposition
Samidha – an offering for a sacred fire
Samiksha – Analysis
Samit – collected
Samita – collected
Sampada – wealthy
Sampatti – wealth
Sampriti – attachement

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