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SOMA m & f Hinduism, Indian
Means "lunar nectar", from the name of an intoxicant used in ancient Vedic ritual, prepared from the juice of some plant, which is from Indo-European *seu
- "juice", ultimately from the root *seue
- "to take liquid" (cf... [more]
SONAKSHI f Hindi (Rare)Is a name of Sanskrit origin, and is used throughout the Indian subcontinent.
It means “ a form of Godess Parvati (Hindu goddess)” , and “beautiful eyes” Sona
SONU m & f Indian
Derived from the word sohna
, the Punjabi word for "handsome" or "beautiful".
SPANDANA f Indian
Sanskrit, meaning "heart throb, pulsating beauty, motivation."
SPARSH m Indian, Hinduism
act of touching; touch; contact; the quality of touch or tangibility; whit, jot; effect of touch or contact; any of the consonants.
SREEJA f Indian, Malayalam
Sreeja is a sanskrit word meaning the one who is born in prosperity.Sreeja,The Jatika of Goddess Lakshmi indicates born out of beauty and grace or out of goddess Lakshmi
SRIMAYA f Indian
Indian origin. It means the creative power of the almighty godess of wealth and good luck.
SRIVIDYA f Telugu, Indian
Telugu feminine name derived from శ్రీ (sri)
meaning "wealth, riches, beauty, glory" and విద్య (vidya)
meaning "knowledge, science, learning".
SROBONA f Bengali
The name of a star that shines in the month of Srabon
(between July and August).
STALIN m Indian, Spanish (Latin American), Haitian Creole
From the name of the Russian revolutionist and secretary general of the Communist party of the Soviet Union, Joseph Stalin. Despite the controversial character of the politician, the name is used as a given name in India and (more rarely) in Latin America.
SUBHADRA f Indian
Indian feminine name derived from the name of the sister of Krishnu and wife of Arjuna.
SUBRATA m Indian, Bengali, Hindi, Indonesian
A common name in India especially among Bengali people and Oriya peoples. The name is also somewhat common in Indonesia, as many people have Sanskrit derived names there as well (in Java, Subroto is more common due to Javanese spelling structure of changing 'a' into an 'o'... [more]
SUCHAR m Hindi, Sanskrit, Bengali, Kannada, Indian, Marathi, Hinduism, Nepali, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Punjabi
MEANING - "one who walks or moves excellently ", having beautiful gait, performing well . Here सु means well, excellent + चर means moving, performing
SUCHI f Indian
Indic name meaning "pure", or "virtuous".
SUCHITRA f Indian, Bengali, Marathi, Tamil, Thai
Derived from Sanskrit सुचित्रा (sucitrā)
meaning "good illusion", from सु- (su-)
meaning "good, fine, excellent" combined with चित्रा (citrā)
meaning "illusion, unreality"... [more]
SUDA f Sanskrit, Hindi, Indian, Hinduism, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Bengali, Punjabi, Gujarati, Assamese, Indian (Sikh )
MEANING - giving bountifully; munificent, highly generous. Here सु means very highly + दा means bestowing, giving
SUDABEH f Persian, Indian (Parsi)
Means "having lustrous profit". In the 11th-century Persian epic the 'Shahnameh' this is the name of a queen who seduces and tricks her stepson Prince Siavash
SUDEEP m Indian
Famous bearers include Indian actor, Sudeep, also known as Kiccha Sudeep.
SUDHA f Telugu
Telugu feminine name derived from సుధ • (sudha)
meaning "nectar" or "ambrosia".
SUDHAKAR m Indian
Famous bearers include Sudhakar Rao, former Indian cricketer.
SUFYAN m Arabic, Urdu, Indian (Muslim)
The meaning of this name is disputed. It could be derived from Arabic صُوف (ṣūf)
meaning "wool" or صَفَا (ṣafā)
"to be pure", from a Persian word meaning "he who walks fast" or "thunderstorm, sandstorm", or from Armenian meaning "comes with a sword".
SUGATA m Bengali, Indian
Means "good departure" or "well-gone" from Sanskrit सु- (su-)
meaning "good, well" combined with गत (gatá)
meaning "gone, departed". This is an epithet of the Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama
SUHAS m Telugu
Means "good smile" or "happy one" in Sanskrit.
SUJATA f Indian
Indian female name, ultimately derived from the Sanskrit elements su
, from the Sanskrit jāti
meaning "caste". Thus it means "From a good caste" but may also be read to mean "Well born" or "From a good family".
SUJI m & f Indian
Diminutive of SUJAY
. Su'ji is also an Indian wheat, granulated but not pulverized; a kind of semolina.
SUKANTA m Indian, Bengali
From the Sanskrit prefix सु- (su-)
meaning "good, well" combined with कान्त (kānta)
meaning "desired, loved, dear" or "lovely, beautiful".
SUKHVIR m & f Punjabi
This is name in Gurmukhi(Punjabi)language.This langues is spoken in Punjab and several states in India and Pakistan. Sukhvir is combination of two words Sukh+vir. SUKH means HAPPY and VIR means brave... [more]
SULOMAN m Indian
MEANING : beautiful -haired. Here सु means beautiful, excellent + लोमन् means hair... [more]
SUMANWITA f & m Indian
Suma+anwita=good and one who bridges the gap also goddess durga
SUNDARESHA m Indian
This name is a split up (i.e) Sundara means "Very beautiful" in sanskrit and Esha means a "Ruler"
SUNRITA f Sanskrit, Indian, Hindi, Hinduism, Punjabi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Nepali, Indian (Sikh )
MEANING - "Goddess of truth "; truth personified as Goddess; Glee; exultation; song of joy; Kind & true speech
SURDIV m Tamil
first used in 2001 by Surdiv Vijayakumar.It meens Sur(sun) and div(bright)
SURIA f & m Malay, Indian
Means "sun" in Malay, ultimately from Sanskrit सूर्य (sū́rya)
). It is also used as a masculine name among Malaysian Indians.
SUSHIM m Sanskrit, Hindi, Hinduism, Indian, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Bengali, Marathi, Nepali, Sinhalese, Punjabi, Gujarati
MEANING - cold, frigid, Moonstone or Moon gem, pleasant. Agreeable ... [more]
SUVESH f Hindi
Means color/light and usually means you have a good heart
SVAKSH m Sanskrit, Indian, Hindi, Telugu, Hinduism, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Bengali, Punjabi, Nepali, Sinhalese, Gujarati
MEANING : beautiful eyed, a name of lord Vishnu, having beautiful axle .Here सु means beautiful + अक्ष means eye, axle
SVIKA f Sanskrit, Indian, Hinduism, Hindi, Nepali, Tamil, Telugu, Gujarati, Malayalam, Bengali, Kannada
"One's own" ;"my own" ; "peculiar"... [more]
SWAATI f Indian
According to Hindu beliefs, this is one of the "nakshatras" in the sky. When a drop of water from Swaati falls upon the shell in the sea, it turns to a pearl.
SWAGATALAKSHMI f Bengali (Rare)
Means "I welcome you, Lakshmi", from the Sanskrit स्वागत (svāgata)
meaning "welcome" combined with the name Lakshmi
. A known bearer is Swagatalakshmi Dasgupta, a Bengali actress.
SWAKA f & m Sanskrit, Indian, Hindi, Hinduism, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Bengali
MEANING - one's own, one of one's own people, a relation, kinsman, friend, one's own people, friends ,one's own goods property, wealth, riches. It is feminine of स्वक... [more]
SWAKSH m Indian, Hinduism, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Marathi, Nepali, Bengali, Malayalam, Assamese
Means "beautiful eyed" in Sanskrit.
SWARA f Indian
Means "musical note" or "tones" in Sanskrit.
SWAROOP m Indian
Means "divine self" or "divine form" in Sanskrit.
SWASTIK m Indian
Means "lucky or auspicious object" in Sanskrit. Its associations with Adolf Hitler
(1889-1945), the leader of the Nazi party in Germany during World War II, made this symbol infamous in the Western world and lessened its usage.
SWASTIKA f Indian
Feminine form of Swastik
. A notable bearer of this name is Indian actress Swastika Mukherjee.
TANAYA f Indian, Hindi
Derived from Sanskrit tanaya
(तनया ) "daughter" or "belonging to one's family; this child of mine".
TANSEN m Indian
Name of Mian Tansen, father of Indian classical music.
TANUSHREE f Indian, Bengali
Means "beautiful", derived from Sanskrit तनु (tanú)
meaning "thin, slender" and श्री (śrī)
"diffusing light, splendid, radiant" (see Shri
TAPAN m Indian
Tapan is found as an adverb, adjective as well as a noun in the Sanskrit language.... [more]
TARAL f & m Indian
Meaning Honey bee
; famous bearer of this name is Taral Hicks.
TARAN m Sanskrit, Hindi, Indian, Hinduism, Marathi, Nepali, Kannada, Punjabi, Bengali
MEANING - a raft, a boat, final landing place ( heaven), overcoming ( as of misfortune ), crossing over ... [more]