Monday, March 16, 2009

Baby Girl Names

A

Aafreen (encouragement)
Abha (lustrous beauty)
Aboil (the name of a flower)
Achala (constant)
Adarsh (ideal)
Adhira (lightning)
Adishree (exalted)
Aditi (the earth)
Adrika (celestial)
Agrata (leadership)
Agrima (leadership)
Ahalya (wife of Rishi Gautam, a woman who was saved by Lord Rama)
Aishani (Goddess Durga)
Aishwarya (wealth)
Ajanta (a famous Buddist cave)
Akhila (total)
Akshaya (indestructible)
Akshita (seen)
Alaknanda (a river in the Himalayas)
Alisha (protected by God)
Alaka, Alka (a girl with a lovely hair)
Alaka, Alka (a girl with a lovely hair)
Almas (a diamond)
Alpana (a decorative design)
Amala, Amla (the pure one)
Ambika (Goddess Parvati)
Ambuja (born of a Lotus; Goddess Lakshmi)
Amita (without limit)
Amodini (joyful)
Amrapali (famous courtesan who became a evotee of Buddha)
Amrita (immortality)
Amritkala (nectarine art)
Amrusha (sudden)
Anagha (sinless)
Anahita (graceful)
Anala (fiery)
Anamika (ring-finger)
Anandamayi (full of joy)
Anandi (jovial)
Anandini (joyful)
Ananya (without a second)
Anasuya, Anasooya (wife of Rishi Atri)
Anchal (the decorative end of a sari)
Angana (an suspicious or handsome woman)
Angarika (a flame-coloured flower-Palash or Flame of the Forest)
Anisha (uninterrupted)
Anita (grace)
Anjali (offering with both hands)
Anjana (mother of Hanuman)
Anju (one who lives in the heart)
Anjushri, Anjushree (dear to one's heart)
Anindita (beautiful)
Anika (Goddess Durga)
Ankita (conqueress; empress; one with auspicious marks)
Annapurna (Goddess Parvati; generous with food)
Anoushka, Anushka (lightning)
Anshula (sunny)
Antara (the second note in Hindustani classical music)
Anuhya (something unexpected - in a pleasant way - and valuable)
Anumati (consent)
Anupama (without equal)
Anuradha (name of a star)
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, Aaarti (worship, divine fire in ritual)
Archa (worship)
Archan (worship)
Archana (worship)
Arpana (surrendered)
Arpita (dedicated)
Arshia (heavenly)
Arundhati (a star)
Aruna (dawn)
Aruni (dawn)
Arunima (glow of dawn)
Asavari (name of a raga or melody)
Ascharya (Surprise)
Aseema, Ashima (limitless)
Asgari (devotee)
Asha (hope, aspiration)
Ashis (benediction)
Ashna (friend)
Ashwini (a star)
Asita (the river Yamuna)
Aslesha (a star)
Asmita (pride)
Atasi (a blue flower)
Atmaja (daughter)
Atreyi (name of a river)
Avani, Abani (earth)
Avanti(ancient Malwa; Ujjain)
Avantika (city of Ujjain)
Ayesha (wife of the Prophet)
Ayushmati (one who has a long life)
Aziza ( a friend)
B

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)
Bala (girl)
Ballari (creeper)
Banamala (forests)
Banani (forests)
Bandana (worship)
Bandhula (charming)
Banhi (fire)
Banhishikha (flame)
Banita (woman)
Bansari (flute)
Bansuri (flute)
Barnali (Dispersion of seven colors)
Barsha, Varsha (rain)
Baruna (wife of the Lord of the sea)
Baruni (Goddess Durga)
Basabi (wife of Lord Indra)
Basanti (of spring)
Bela, Beli (a flower-jasmine)
Benazir (incomparable)
Bhadra (gentle)
Bhagirathi (the river Ganga)
Bhagwanti (lucky)
Bhagya (lucky)
Bhagyawati, Bhagyashree (fortunate)
Bhairavi (Goddess Durga)
Bhakti (devotion)
Bhamini (woman)
Bhanumati (full of lustre)
Bhanupriya (beloved of the sun)
Bharani (Name of a celestial star)
Bharati (Goddess Saraswati)
Bhargavi (Goddess Parvati)
Bhavini (Goddess Parvati)
Bhavana, Bhavna (meditation, thinking)
Bhilangana (a river)
Bhoomi (the earth)
Bhoomika (the earth)
Bimala (pure)
Binata (the wife of Sage Kashyap)
Bindu (a drop)
Binodini (handsome; beautiful Radha)
Bipasha (a river, Beas)
Bishakha (a star)
Bratati (creeper)
Brinda (the basil plant; Radha)
Bulbul, Bulbuli (a songbird)
C

Chadna (love)
Chaitan (consciousness)
Chaitali (born in the month of Chaitra)
Chakori (a bird enamoured of the moon)
Chameli (jasmine)
Champa (a flower)
Champabati (the capital)
Champakali (a bud of champa)
Chanchala (restless)
Chandana (parrot)
Chandani (a river)
Chandanika (diminutive)
Chandika (diminutive of Chandana)
Chandni (moonlit)
Chandrabali (Krishna;s girl-friend)
Chandrabhaga (river Chenab)
Chandrakala (moonbeams)
Chandrakin (a peacock)
Chandraleksha (a ray of the moon)
Chandrani (wife of the moon)
Chandrima (the moon)
Changuna (a good woman)
Chapala (restless; lighting)
Charita (good)
Charulata (beautiful)
Charumati (beautiful)
Charuprabha (beautiful)
Charusheela (a jewel)
Charvi (a beautiful woman)
Chatura (clever)
Chhabi (picture)
Chhaya (shadow)
Chimayi (blissful)
Chintan, Chintana, Chintanika (meditation)
Chiti (love)
Chitkala (knowledge)
Chitra (picture; a stat; name of a river)
Chitralekha (beautiful design; a celestial maiden)
Chitrali (a row of pictures)
Chitramala (series of pictures)
Chitrangada (one of Arjuna's wives)
Chitrani (the river)
Chitrarekha (picture)
Chitrita (picturesque)
D

Daksha (the earth; Sati, wife of Shiva)
Dakshata (skill)
Dakshayani (Goddess Durga)
Damini ( lightning)
Damayanti (Nala's wife)
Darpana (a mirror)
Darshana (sight)
Darshwana (pure of heart)
Daya (kindness)
Dayamayee (kind)
Dayanita (tender)
Dayita (beloved)
Deeba (silk)
Deepa (light)
Deepabali, Deepavali (row of lamps)
Deepali (row of lamps)
Deepanwita (lit by lamps)
Deepashikha (flame)
Deepika (a lamp)
Deepamala (row of lamps)
Deepanwita (diwali)
Deepaprabha (fully lighted)
Deepta (shining)
Deepti (flame; lustre)
Deeptikana (a beam of light)
Deeptimoyee (lustrous)
Devahuti (daughter of Manu)
Devak (divine)
Devangana (celestial maiden)
Devasree (divine beauty)
Devi (goddess)
Devika (mother of Krishna)
Devyani (daughter of Shukraacharya)
Dhanashri (a raga)
Dhanishta (a star)
Dhanya (great)
Dhara (the earth)
Dharani (the earth)
Dharitri (the earth)
Dhatri (Goddess Parvati)
Dhriti (patience)
Dhvani, 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)
Durga (succour; the Goddess)
Durva, Durba (sacred grass)
Dwipavati (river)
E

Ekavali (single-string)
Ekata, Ektaa (unity)
Ekaparana (wife of Himalaya)
Ela (cardamom tree)
Enakshi (dear-eyed)
Esha (desire)
Eshana (search)
Eshita (one who desires)
F

Fajyaz (artistic)
Faiza (gain)
Falguni, Phalguni (born in Falgun, a Hindu month)
Faria (a caravan)
Farha (happiness)
Farida (turquoise)
Fatima, Fatma (the prophet Mohammad's daughter)
Fawiza (successful)
Firoza (turquoise)
Fulki (spark)
Fullara (wife of Kalketu)
Foolan, Phoolan (flowering)
Foolwati, Phoolwati (delicated as a flower)
G

Gajra (a string of flowers)
Gandhali (fragrance of flowers)
Ganga, Gangotri (sacred river of India)
Gangika (river Ganga)
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, 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)
Gajagamini (majestic- like an elephant's walk)

H

Habiba (beloved)
Hafiza (protected)
Harimanti (born in the season of hemanta)
Haimavati (Parvati, Lord Shiva's wife)
Hanima (a wave)
Hansa (swan)
Hansika (swan)
Hansini (swan)
Harathi (Divine fire in puja ritual)
Harinakshi (doe-eyed)
Harini (deer)
Haripriya (consort of Lord Vishnu; lakshmi)
Harita (green)
Harsha (happiness)
Harshada (giver of joy)
Harshini (joyous)
Hasina (beautiful)
Hasita (happy)
Hasumati (happy)
Heera (diamond)
Hema (golden)
Hemangi (goldenbodied)
Hemanti (early winter)
Hemlata (golden creeper)
Hemavati (golden Parvati)
Hena (a flower)
Hetal (friendly)
Hima (snow)
Himani (snow)
Hina (henna)
Hindola (a raga)
Hiral (lustrous)
Hiranmayi (golden)
Hirkani (small diamond)
Hiya (heart)
Hoor (a celestical)
Husna (beautiful)
I

Iha (the earth)
Ihina (enthusiasm)
Ikshu (sugarcane)
Ila (wife of the sage Manu; the earth; water)
Ina (mother)
Inayat (kindness)
Indira (Goddess Lakshmi)
Indrani (wife of Lord Indra)
Indrasena (daughter of King Nala)
Indrayani (the name of a sacred river)
Induleksh (the moon)
Indumati (the full moon)
Induja (narmada river)
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)
J

Jabeen (forehead)
Jagadamba (mother of the universe)
Jagriti (vigilance)
Jahanara (queen of the world)
Jaheel (lake)
Jaishree (honour of victory)
Jaisudha (nectar of victory)
Jaiwanti (victory)
Jalabala (a river)
Jalaja (lotus)
Jamini (night)
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 (Durga)
Jayalakshmi (the goddess of victory)
Jayalalita (victorious goddess Durga)
Jayamala (garland of victory)
Jayanti (Parvati)
Jayantika (Goddess Durga; Parvati)
Jayati (victorious)
Jayita (victories)
Jayashree (the goddess of victory)
Jeeval (full of life)
Jeevankala (art of life)
Jeevanlata (creeper of life)
Jetashri (a raga)
Jeevana (life)
Jharna (a stream)
Jhilmil (sparkling)
Jhinuk (oyster)
Jigya (curiosity to know)
Jowaki (a firefly)
Joshita (pleased)
Joel (God)
Juhi (a flower)
Jui (a flower)
Juily (a flower)
Jyotibala (splendour)
Jyotika (light; a flame)
Jyotirmoyee (lustrous)
Jyotishmati (lustrous)
Jyotsna (moonlight)
K

Kadambari (Goddess)
Kadambini (an array of clouds)
Kaishori (Goddess Parvati)
Kajal (kohl)
Kajjali (kohl)
Kakali (chiping of birds)
Kala (art)
Kalanidhi (treasure of art)
Kalavati (artistic)
Kali (a bud; Parvati)
Kalika (a bud)
Kalindi (the river Yamuna)
Kallol (large waves; gurgling of water)
Kalpana (imagination)
Kalpita (the imagined)
Kalyani (auspicious)
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 handsome woman)
Kana (an atom)
Kanak, Kanaka (gold)
Kanakabati (a fairy-tale)
Kanaklata (golden creeper)
Kanakpriya (lover of gold)
Kanan (a garden; 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)
Kesari (saffron; a lion)
Keshi (a woman with beautiful hari)
Keshika (a woman with beautiful hair)
Keshini (a woman with beautiful hair)
Ketaki (a monsoon 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 (young)
Kokila (the cuckoo)
Komal (tender)
Komala (delicate)
Koyel (the cuckoo)
Krandasi (the sky and the earth)
Kranti (revolution)
Kripa (mercy)
Krishnaa (Draupadi)
Krittika (the Plaids)
Krishnakali (a flower)
Kshama (forgiveness)
Kshanika (momentary)
Kumari (unmarried)
Kumkum (vermilion)
Kumud (a lotus)
Kumudini (a lotus)
Kundanika (golden girl; a flower)
Kunjana (forest girl)
Kunjalata (forest creeper)
Kuntal (hair)
Kuntala (a woman with luxurious hair)
Kunti (the mother of the Pandavas)
Kurangi (deer)
Kusum (a flower)
Kusumanjali (flower offering)
Kusumavati (flowering)
Kusumlata (flowering creeper)
L

Laabha (profit)
Laalamani (ruby)
Labangalata (a flowering creeper)
Laboni (grace)
Lajja (modesty)
Lajjawati (a sensitive plant; modest woman)
Lajwanti (a sensitive woman/plant)
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)
Lalima (redness)
Lalita, Lalitha (elegant, beautiful)
Lalitamohana (attractive, beautiful)
Laasya (name of a dance)
Lata, Latha (a creeper)
Latakara (mass of creepers)
Latangi (a creeper)
Latika (a small creeper)
Lavanya (grace)
Leela (divine play)
Leelamayee (playful)
Leelavati (playful; goddess Durga)
Leena (devoted)
Lekha (writing)
Lily (a flower)
Lipi (script)
Lipika (a short letter)
Lochan, Lochana (eye, eyes)
Lola (Goddess Lakshmi)
Lopa (wife of sage)
Lopamudra (wife of sage Agastya)
M

Manasa, Maanasa (mind)
Maanika (ruby)
Madhavi (a creeper with beautiful flowers; springtime)
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)
Madhumita (full of honey)
Madhunisha (pleasant night)
Madhur (sweet)
Madhura (sugar)
Madhuri (sweetness)
Madhurima (sweetness)
Madhushri (the spring)
Madirakshi (woman with intozicating eyes)
Magana (engrossed)
Mahadevi (Goddess Parvati)
Mahagauri (Goddess Durga)
Mahalakshmi (Goddess Lakshmi)
Mahamaya (Goddess Durga)
Mahasweta (Goddess Saraswati)
Mahati (great, name of a raaga)
Mahi (the earth)
Mahika (the earth)
Mahima (greatness)
Mahajabeen (beautiful)
Mahijuba (a hostess)
Mahua (an intoxicating flower)
Maina (a bird)
Maithili, Mythili (sita)
Maitreya (the name of a sage)
Maitreyi (a learned woman of the past)
Maitri (friendship)
Makshi (honeybee)
Mala (a garland)
Malashree (an early evening melody)
Malati (a creeper with fragrant flowers)
Malaya (a creeper)
Malika (a garland)
Malina (dark)
Malini (a garlandmaker)
Mallika (jasmine)
Mamata (affection)
Manali (a bird)
Manana (meditation)
Manda (a river)
Mandakini (a river)
Mandakranta (a Sanskrit metre)
Mandarmalika (a garland of celestial)
Mandaraa (coral tree)
Mandira (cymbals; home)
Mangala, Mangla (auspicious)
Manideepa (a lamp of precious stones)
Manikuntala (one whose hair is like gems)
Manimala (a string of pearls)
Manimekhala (a girdle of gems)
Manisha, Mohisha (intellect)
Manoranjana (entertaining, pleasing)
Manjari (the sacred basil; blossom)
Manjira (ankle-bells)
Manjistha (extremely)
Manjyot (light of the mind)
Manju (sweet)
Manjubala (a sweet girl)
Manjula (sweet)
Manjulika (a sweet girl)
Manjusha (treasure chest)
Manjushri (sweet lustre)
Manmayi (jealous; Sri Radha)
Manorama (beautiful)
Marichi (name of a star)
Markandeya (a devotee to Lord Shiva)
Maushmi (monsoon wind)
Maya (illusion)
Mayura (illusion)
Mayuri, Mayuka (peahen)
Medha (intellect; Goddess Saraswati)
Medini (the earth)
Meena (precious blue stone)
Meenakshi (a woman wil beautiful eyes)
Meera (a saint)
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)
Mohini (enchantress)
Mohana (attractive, charming)
Monisha (Lord Krishna)
Mridula (soft)
Mriganayani (doe-eyed)
Mrinal (lotus)
Mrinali (lotus)
Mrinalini (lotus)
Mrinmayi (of the earth)
Mudra (expression)
Mudrika (ring)
Mugdha (spellbound)
Mukta (liberated; pearl)
Mukti (freedom from life and death)
Mukula, Mukulita (bud)
Muniya (name of a bird)
N

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)
Nandini (bestower of joy; Ganga; daughter)
Nandita (happy)
Narayani (Goddess Lakshmi)
Narois (flower)
Narmada (a river)
Nartan (dance)
Naseen (cool breeze)
Natun (new)
Nauka (boat)
Naveena (new)
Navaneeta (butter)
Nayana (eye)
Nayantara (iris)
Nazima (song)
Neela (blue)
Neelabja (blue lotus)
Neelakshi (blue-eyed)
Neelam (sapphire)
Neelanjana (blue)
Neelkamal (blue lotus)
Neepa (name of a flower)
Neeraja (lotus, Goddess Lakshmi)
Neeta (upright)
Neeti (good behaviour)
Neha (rain)
Nehal (rainy; handsome)
Netra (eye)
Netravati (beautifuleyed)
Nidhi (wealth)
Niharika (nebula)
Nikhita (the earth)
Nilasha (blueness)
Nilaya (home)
Nileen (surrendered)
Nilima (blueness)
Niloufer (a celestial)
Nina (lovely-eyed)
Nipa (one who watches over)
Nirmayi (without blemish)
Niranjana (name of a river; Goddess Durga; the night of the full moon)
Nirmala (pure)
Nirupama (without comparison)
Nisha (night)
Nishithini (night)
Nishtha (devotion)
Nitya (constant)
Nityapriya (ever pleasing)
Nivedita (surrendered)
Nivritti (nonattachment)
Niyati (fate)
Noopur (anklet)
Noor (light)
Noorjehan (light of the world)
Nusrat (help)
Nutan (new)
O

Ojal (vision)
Ojaswini (lustrous)
Omana (a woman)
P

Padma (Goddess Lakshmi)
Padmaja (Lakshmi)
Padmakali (lotus bud)
Padmal (lotus)
Padmalaya (lake of lotuses)
Padmalochana (lotuseyed)
Padmavati (Goddess Lakshmi)
Padmini (lotus)
Pakhi (bird)
Pakshi (bird)
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)
Parnal (leafy)
Parnashri (leafy beauty)
Parni (leafy)
Parnik (creeper)
Parthivi (Sita)
Parul (name of a flower)
Parvani (full moon; a festival or a special day)
Parvati (Durga)
Parveen (star)
Patmanjari (a raga)
Patralekha (a name from ancient epics)
Pavani (Hanuman)
Payal (anklet)
Payoja (lotus)
Phiroza (turquoise)
Phoolan (flower)
Pia (beloved)
Piki (cuckoo)
Pingala (Lakshmi)
Piyali (a tree)
Pival (a tree)
Pooja (worship)
Poonam (merit)
Poorbi (eastern)
Poushali (of the month Poush)
Prabha (lustrous)
Prabhati (of the morning)
Prachi (east)
Pradeepta (glowing)
Pragati (progress)
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 (krrn intellect)
Pratima (image)
Pratishtha (preeminence)
Preeti (love)
Prem (love)
Prema (love)
Premala (loving)
Prerana (encouragement)
Preyasi (beloved)
Prita (dear one)
Pritha (Kunti, mother of Pandavas)
Pritika (dear one)
Pritikana (an atom of love)
Pritilata (a creeper of love)
Priyadarshini (lovely)
Priya, Priyal (beloved)
Priyam (beloved)
Priyamvada (sweet spoken)
Priyanka (dear one)
Priyasha (dear one)
Puja (worship)
Pujita (worshipped)
Puloma (wife of the sage Bhrigu)
Punam, Poonam (full moon)
Punarnava (a star)
Punita (pure)
Purva (elder)
Purvaja (elder sister)
Pushpa (flower)
Pushpanjali (flower offering)
Pushpita (decorated with flowers)
Putul (doll)
Q

Quarrtulain (God's mercy)
Quasar (meteor)
R

Raakhi (symbol of protection;full moon in the Sravan month)
Rabia (famous; godly)
Rachana (creation)
Rachita (created)
Radha (the beloved of Lord Krishna)
Radhika (Radha)
Ragini (a melody)
Rajalakshmi (Goddess lakshmi)
Rajani (night)
Rajanigandha (a flower)
Rajata (sovereignty)
Rajdulari (dear princess)
Rajeshwari (goddess Parvati)
Rajhans (swan)
Rajkumari (princess)
Rajnandhini (princess)
Rajshri (sage-like king)
Raka (full moon)
Raksha (protection)
Rama (Goddess Lakshmi)
Ramani (woman)
Rambha (celestial dancer)
Ramita (pleasing)
Ramya (beautiful)
Rangana (a flower)
Rani (Queen, Princess)
Ranita (tinkling)
Ranjana (delightful)
Ranjini (pleasing)
Ranjita (adorned)
Rashi (collection)
Rashmi (sunlight)
Rasna (the tongue)
Rashmika (ray of light)
Rasika (connosseur)
Rati (consort of cupid)
Ratna (precious stone)
Ratnali (a jewelled)
Ratnabala (jewelled)
Ratnabali (string of pearls)
Ratnajyouti (lustrous jewel)
Ratnalekha (splendour of jewels)
Ratnamala (string of pearls)
Ratnangi (jewel-bodied)
Ratnaprabha (lustrous jewel)
Ratnapriya (lover of jewels)
Raviprabha (light of the sun)
Rekha (line; artwork)
Renu (atom)
Renuka (the mother of Parasurma, the sixth incarnation of Lord Vishnu)
Resham (silk)
Reshma (silken)
Reshmi (silken)
Reva (a star)
Revati (a star)
Richa (verses of Sanskrit)
Richitha (pls EMAIL us if you know the meaning)
Riddhi (good fortune)
Riju (innocent)
Rijuta (innocence)
Rishika (saintly)
Riti (memory; well being)
Ritu (season)
Rohini (a star)
Roma (Lakshmi)
Roshni (brightness)
Rubaina (bright)
Ruchi (lustre; beauty)
Ruchira (beautiful)
Rudrapriya (Goddess Durga)
Rukma (golden)
Rukmini (consort of Lord Krishna)
Ruksana (brilliant)
Ruma (wife a Sugriva)
Rupa (silver)
Rupali (beautiful)
Rupashi (beautiful)
Rupashri (beautiful)
S

Sachi (wife of Lord Indra)
Sadaf (pearl)
Sadgati (liberation)
Sadguna (good virtues)
Sadhan (fulfulment)
Sadhana (worship)
Sadhvi (virtuous woman)
Sadhika (achiever)
Sadiqua (kindly)
Saeeda (priestly)
Safia (chaste)
Sagarika (wave; born in the ocean)
Saguna (possessed of good qualities)
Sahana (a raga)
Saheli (friend)
Sahiba (the lady)
Sahila (guide)
Sai (a flower)
Sajala (clouds)
Sajili (decorated)
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 (overview)
Samit (collected)
Samita (collected)
Sampada (wealthy)
Sampatti (wealth)
Sampriti (attachement)
Sana (praise, prayer)
Sananda (happy)
Sanchali (movement)
Sanchaya (collection)
Sanchita (collection)
Sandhaya (collection)
Sandhya (dusk, twilight)
Sangita (musical)
Saniya (moment)
Sanjana (gentle)
Sanjivani (immortality)
Sanjukta (wife of king prithviraj)
Sanjula (beautiful)
Sanjushree (beautiful)
Sankul (full of)
Sannidhi (nearness)
Sanvali (dusky)
Sanskriti (culture)
Santawana (consolation)
Santayani (of the evening)
Sanwari (dusky)
Sanyakta (joined; united)
Saparna (leafy)
Sarada (Goddess Saraswati)
Sarakshi (good sight)
Sarala (straight; honest)
Sarama (wife of Bibhisan)
Saranya (surrendered)
Sarasi (lake)
Saraswati (goddess of learning)
Sarayu (a holy river)
Sarbani (Goddess Durga)
Sarika (a koel)
Sarit (river)
Sarjana (creative; creation)
Saroj (lotus)
Saroja (lotus)
Sarojini (lotus)
Saruprani (beautiful woman)
Sasmita (smiling)
Sati (chaste woman)
Satya (truth)
Satyaki (one who is truthful)
Satyarupa (truth; personified)
Satyavati (truthful)
Saudamini (lightning)
Savita (the sun)
Savitashri (lustre of the sun)
Savitri (a river; Goddess Saraswati)
Sawini (a river)
Sayeeda (leader)
Seema (boundary)
Seemanti (parting line)
Seemantini (woman)
Seerat (inner beauty; fame)
Sejal (river water)
Selma (fair)
Semanti (a white rose)
Serena (quiet)
Sevati (white rose)
Sevita (cherished)
Shabab (beauty)
Shabana (decorated)
Shabari (a tribal devotee of Lord Rama)
Shabnum (sew)
Shachi (wife of Lord Indra)
Shagufta (flowering)
Shaheena (tender)
Shabalini (a mossy)
Shaila (Goddess Parvati)
Shaili (style)
Shakambari (Goddess Parvati)
Shakeel (handsome)
Shakeela (beautiful)
Shakti (Goddess Durga; power)
Shakuntala (brought up by birds)
Shalaka (Goddess Parvati)
Shalin (silk-cottom tree)
Shalini (modest)
Shalmali (silk-cottom tree)
Shama (a flame)
Shambhavi (Goddess Parvati)
Shamim (fire)
Shameena (beautiful)
Shamita (peacemaker)
Shampa (lightning)
Shankari (Goddess Parvati)
Shankhamala (a fairytale princess)
Shanta (peaceful; daughter of kind Dasarath)
Shantala (Goddess Parvati)
Shanti (peace)
Sharadini (autumn)
Sharanya (surrender)
Sharmila (happy)
Sharika(Goddess Durga)
Sharmistha (wife of Yayat)
Sharvani (Goddess Parvati)
Sharvari (the night)
Shashi (the moon)
Shashibala (the moon)
Shashirekha (moon's ray)
Shaswati (eternal)
Shatarupa (Lord Shiva)
Sheela (cool)
Sheetal (cool)
Shekhar (Lord Shiva)
Shefali (a flower)
Shefalika (a flower)
Shejali (a fruit)
Shinjini (anklebells)
Shishirkana (particles of dew)
Shevanti (a flower)
Shibani (Goddess Durga)
Shilavati(a river)
Shilpa (well-proportioned)
Shilpita (well- proportioned)
Shipra (a river)
Shirin (sweet)
Shiuli(a flower)
Shivangi (beautiful)
Shivani (Goddess Parvati)
Shobhita (splendid)
Shobha (splendour)
Shobhana (splendid)
Shorashi (young woman)
Shraddha (veneration)
Shravana, Shrabana (name of a star)
Shravani (born in the month of Shravan)
Shravanti (a name in Buddhist literature)
Shravasti (an ancient Indian city)
Shree (Goddess Lakshmi)
Shreela (beautiful)
Shreemayi (fortunate)
Shreeparna (tree adorned with leaves)
Shreya (better)
Shreyashi (good)
Shridevi (goddess)
Shri (lustre)
Shrilata (lustrious creeper)
Shrilekha (lustrious essay)
Shridula (blessing)
Shrigauri (goddess Parvati)
Shrigeeta (the sacred Geeta)
Shrijani (creative)
Shrikirti (lustrous fame)
Shrikumari (lustrious)
Shrimati (Goddess lakshmi; fortunate)
Shrimayi (fortunate)
Shrivalli (Goddess Lakshmi)
Shruti (hearing; Veidc text)
Shubhada (giver of luck)
Shubhangi (handsome)
Shubhra (white; the Ganga)
Shuchismita (one who has a pure smile)
Shuchita (purity)
Shukla (Goddess Saraswati)
Shukti (pearl-oyster)
Shulka (Goddess Saraswati)
Shweta (white)
Shyama (dark as cloud; Goddess kali)
Shyamal (dusky)
Shyamala (dusky)
Shyamali (dusky)
Shyamalika (dusky)
Shyamalima (dusky)
Shyamasri (dusky)
Shyamari (dusky)
Shyamlata (a creeper with dusky leaves)
Shyla (Goddess parvati)
Shyamangi (dark-complexioned)
Sibani (goddess parvati)
Siddheshwari (Lord Shiva)
Siddhi (achievement)
Siddhima (achievement)
Sikata (sand)
Sikta (wet)
Simrit, Smrita (remembered)
Simran, Smaram (remembrance)
Sindhu (ocean; river)
Sinsapa (Ashok tree)
Sita (wife of Lord Rama)
Sitara (a star)
Siya (Sita)
Smita (smiling)
Smriti (memory)
Sneha (affection)
Snehal (friendly)
Snehalata (creeper of love)
Snigdha (soft)
Sohalia (moon-glow)
Sohni (beautiful)
Soma (moon-rays)
Somalakshmi (lustre of the moon)
Somansh (half moon)
Sona (gold)
Sonal (golden)
Sonali (golden)
Sonakshi (golden-eyed)
Sonika (golden)
Soorat (beauty)
Soumya (handsome)
Sourabhi (fragrance; the celestial cow)
Sristi (creation)
Sridevi, Sreedevi (Goddess Lakshmi)
Stavita (praised)
Stuti (praise)
Subarna (of the colour of gold)
Subhadra (source of great welfare)
Subhagya (lucky)
Subhashini (well-spoken)
Subrata (devoted to what is right)
Suchandra (beautiful)
Sucharita (of good character)
Sucheta (with a beautiful mind)
Suchi (radiant)
Suchira (tasteful)
Suchita (beautiful)
Suchitra (beautiful)
Sudakshima (wife of king Dilip)
Sudarshana (handsome)
Sudeepa (bright)
Sudeepta (bright)
Sudeshna (wife of king Virata)
Sudha (nectar)
Sudhamayi (full of nectar)
Sudhira (calm)
Sudipta (bright)
Sudipti (brightness)
Sugita (beautifully sung)
Sugouri (Goddess Parvati)
Suhag (love)
Suhaila (moon-glow)
Suhasini (ever-smiling)
Suhina (beautiful)
Suhrita (well-disposed)
Sujala (affectionate)
Sujata (well-bred)
Sujaya (victory)
Sukanya (comely)
Sukeshi (with beautiful hari)
Sukriti (good deed)
Sukumari (soft; meritorious)
Sulabha (easy; natural)
Sulakshana (well brought up)
Sulalita (very pleasing)
Sulekh (beautifullY)
Suloch (one with beautiful eyes)
Sulochana (one with beautiful eyes)
Sultana (queen)
Sumana (flower)
Sumanolata (flowery)
Sumati (wisdom)
Sumedha (wise)
Sumita (a good friend)
Sumitra (name of the mother of Lakshmana)
Sunanda (very pleasing)
Sunandini (happy)
Sunandita (happy)
Sunayana (a woman with lovely eyes)
Sunayani (a woman with lovely eyes)
Sundari (beautiful)
Sundha (a character in Ramayana)
Suneeti (mother of Dhruva)
Sunetra (one with beautiful eyes)
Sunila (blue)
Suniti (good principles)
Suparna (leafy)
Suprabha (radiant)
Supriti (true love)
Supriya (beloved)
Suraksha (protection)
Surama (very pleasing)
Surekha (beautifully drawn)
Suranjana (pleasing)
Surina (a goddess)
Suruchi (good taste)
Surina (a goddess)
Suryakanti (suns's rays)
Sushanti (peace)
Sushila (well-behaved)
Sushama (beauty)
Sushobhana (very beautiful)
Susita (white)
Susmita (smiling)
Sutanuka (beautiful)
Sutapa (seeker of God)
Suvarna (golden)
Suvarnmala (golden necklace)
Suvarnaprabha (lustre of gold)
Suvarnarekha (ray of gold)
Swagata (welcome)
Swaha (wife of Agni; the lord of the fire)
Swapna (dreamlike, dream)
Swapnali (dreamlike)
Swapnasundari (dream girl, woman of dreams)
Swarnalata (lustrous)
Swarupa (truth)
Swasti (name of a star)
Swati (name of a star)
T

Tabassum (a flower)
Tamali (a tree with very dark bark)
Tamalika (belonging to a place full of Tamal)
Tamanna (desire)
Tamasa (a river; darkness)
Tamasi (night)
Tambura (a musical instrument)
Tanaya (son)
Tanika (rope)
Tanima (slenderness)
Tanmaya (absorbed)
Tannishtha (dedicated)
Tanu (body)
Tanuja (daughter)
Tanuka (slender)
Tanushri(beautiful)
Tapani (the river Godavari)
Tapasi (a female ascetic)
Tapati (the sun's daughter)
Tapti (a river)
Tara (star; wife of Lord Brihaspati)
Taraka (star)
Tarakini (starry night)
Tarakeshwari (Goddess Parvati)
Tarala (honeybee)
Tarana (a musical composition)
Tarangini (river)
Tarannum (melody)
Tarika (starlet)
Tarini (Goddess Parvati)
Tarjani (the first finger)
Taru (tree)
Tarulata (creeper)
Taruni (young girl)
Tarunika (young girl)
Tarunima (youth)
Tanseem (salute of paradise)
Tatini (river)
Teertha (place of pilgrimage)
Teesta (a river)
Tehzeeb (elegance)
Tejal (lustrous)
Tejaswini (lustrous)
Tejaswi (lustrous)
Thumri (light classical melody)
Tilaka (a kind of necklace)
Tilottama (a celestial maiden)
Timila (a musical)
Titiksha (forgiveness)
Toral (a folk heroine)
Tridhara (the river Ganga)
Triguna (maya or illusion; Goddess Durga)
Triguni (the three dimensions)
Trikaya (three dimentional)
Trilochana (Lord Shiva)
Trinayani (Goddess Durga)
Trinetra (Goddess Durga)
Triparna (leaf of sacred Bael)
Tripta (satisfied)
Tripti (satisfaction)
Tripurasundari (Goddess Parvati)
Tripuri (Goddess Paravati)
Trisha (thirst)
Trishala (mother of Lord Mahavir)
Trishna (thirst)
Triveni (confluence of three sacred rivers)
Triyama (night)
Tuhina (snow)
Tulika (brush)
Tulasi (the sacred basil)
Tusharkana (a particle of snow)
U

Udita (one who has risen)
Uditi (rising)
Ujas (bright)
Ujjanini (an ancient city)
Ujwala, Ujjala (bright)
Ulka (meteor)
Ulupi (wife of Arjuna, the Pandava prince)
Uma (Goddess Parvati)
Umika (Goddess Parvati)
Umrao (noble)
Unnati (progress)
Upala (sandy shore)
Upama (simile)
Upasana (veneration)
Ura (the heart)
Urja (energy)
Urmi (wave)
Urmimala (garland of waves)
Urmila, Urmil (wife of Lakshmana - Lord Rama's brother)
Urna (cover)
Urshita (firm)
Urvashi (a celestial maiden)
Urvi (the earth)
Usha (dawn)
Ushakiran (the first rays)
Ushashi (morning)
Usri (a river)
Utpala (lotus)
Utsa (spring)
Uttara (daughter of king Virata)
V

Vagdevi (Goddess Sarawati)
Vahini (flowing)
Vaidehi (name of Sita)
Vaijayanti (a garland of Lord Vishnu)
Vaijayantimala (a garland of Lord Vishnu)
Vaishali (an ancient city of India)
Vaishavi, Vaishnodevi (Goddess Parvati)
Vallari (Goddess Parvati; creeper)
Valli (creeper)
Vama (woman)
Vanadurga (Goddess Parvati)
Vanaja (a forest girl)
Vanamala (garland of forests)
Vanani (forest)
Vandana (worship)
Vanhi (fire)
Vanhishikha (flame)
Vani (muse, Goddess Saraswati)
Vanita (woman)
Varada (Goddess Lakshmi)
Varana (a river)
Vari (water; sea)
Varsha (rain)
Varuna (wife of the lord of the sea; name of a river)
Varuni (wife of the lord of the sea; Goddess Durga)
Vasanti (of spring)
Vasavi (wife of Indra)
Vasudha (the earth)
Vasumati (the earth)
Vasundhara (the earth)
Vatsala (affectionate)
Vedi (altar)
Vedika (altar; a river in India)
Vedvalli (joy of the Vedas)
Veena (lute)
Veenapani (Goddess Saraswati)
Vela (time)
Vetravati (a river in India)
Vibha (night)
Vibhavari (starry night)
Vibhuti (great personality)
Vidula (the moon)
Vidya (learning)
Vidyul (lightning)
Vidyut (lightning)
Vijaya (victory of Goddess Durga)
Vijeta (victorious)
Vijul (a silk-cottom tree)
Vilasini (playful)
Vilina (dedicated)
Vinaya (modest)
Vindhya (knowledge)
Vineeta (unassuming)
Vinoda, Vinodini (pleasing)
Vipasa (a river)
Vipula (plenty)
Virata (bravery)
Vishakha (a star)
Vishala (wide; spacious)
Vishalakshi (large-eyed)
Vishaya (subject)
Vishnumaya (Goddess Parvati)
Vishnupriya (Goddess Lakshmi)
Viveka (right)
Vrajabala (girl from Mathura and its neighbourhood)
Vrinda, Vrunda (tulsi, basil; Radha)
Vritti (nature; temperament)
Vyanjana (rhetorical suggestion)
Vyjayanti
W

Waheeda (beautiful)
Wamika (Goddess Durga)
Wamil (beautiful)
Y

Yaksha (a Sister of Daksha)
Yamini (night)
Yamuna, Yamune, Jamna, Jamuna (Indian River)
Yashaswini (one who is successful)
Yashila (famous)
Yashoda (Lord Krishna's mother)
Yasmin, Yasmina, Yasmine, Yasmeen (Jasmine flower)
Yatee (Goddess Durga)
Yauvani (Youthful)
YaVonne (Indian name for "beautiful")
Yogini (one who can control senses)
Yogita (one who can concentrate)
Yojana (A unit of measure for long distances, A Plan)
Yamura
Yuvati (young woman)
Z

Zahra (beautiful, fair in colour)
Zarine (golden)
Zeenat (beauty)

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