Means Conqueror of all Miseries.
Name also in Serbian, Radul, Radule, Radoje, Radojlo - 'j' pronounced like an English 'y' (meaning "one who works", "able to work" or "able to be happy", "one who is happy/joyful" since both "rad" (work) and "rad-ost" (happiness, joy) are of the same origin). Serbs (possibly Slavic people in general) believe that work is a source of happiness and satisfaction and should be done with happiness and satisfaction. It's most surely a cognate to Rahul.
Sounds like a masculine form of Rachel.
There is a wonderful site about people with name Rahul, it's
Must visit.
Pronounced "rah-hool".
It's an okay name, really. But it seems to only fit on Indian people.
The Wall of Indian cricket and the captain, Rahul Dravid, bears this name. So does drug-addict Rahul Mahajan.
In Pali it is "Rahula". Son of prince Siddharta before he became Buddha. The meaning of Rahula is "chain" or "tied".

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