Balinese Submitted Names

Balinese names are used on the island of Bali, a part of Indonesia. See also about Indonesian names.
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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Ayu ᬳᬬᬸ᭟ f Javanese, Balinese
Means "beautiful, pretty" in Javanese and Balinese.
Balik m & f Balinese
Means "turn, return, again" in Balinese. This name is traditionally added to the end of first, second, third, and fourth-born names (for example, Wayan Balik would be the name given to a fifth-born child, followed by Made Balik, Nyoman Balik, and Ketut Balik for the sixth, seventh, and eighth-born child, respectively).
Cokorda ᬘᭀᬓᭀᬃᬤ m & f Balinese
From a title derived from Balinese cokor meaning "foot, leg" combined either with ida, a pronoun for a revered person or deity, or Sanskrit देव (deva) meaning "god".
Desak ᬤᬾᬲᬓ᭄ f Balinese
From a title used by female members of the Ksatria caste.
Dewa ᬤᬾᬯ m Balinese
Means "god, deity" in Balinese, ultimately from Sanskrit देव (deva).
Gede ᬕᬾᬤᬾ m Balinese
Means "big, great, large" in Balinese. This name is traditionally given to the first-born son.
Luh ᬮᬸᬄ f Balinese
Means "female, woman" in Balinese. This name is traditionally given to the firstborn daughter.
Man ᬫᬦ᭄ m Balinese
Short form of Nyoman.
Nengah ᬦᬾᬗᬄ m & f Balinese
Means "middle, central" in Balinese. This name is traditionally given to the second or third-born child in certain regions of Bali.
Ngakan ᬗᬓᬦ᭄ m Balinese
Short form of the Balinese title pungakan, which was traditionally given to males belonging to the Wesya caste.
Ngurah ᬗᬸᬭᬄ m Balinese
From a title that originated from marriages between an aristocratic and non-aristocratic family, used as an indication of authority. This name is traditionally given to the second-born child.
Pande ᬧᬦ᭄ᬤᬾ m & f Balinese
From a title given to a member of a clan of blacksmiths, probably derived from Balinese memande meaning "metalsmith, ironsmith".
Sang ᬲᬂ m & f Balinese
From a title given to members of the Wesya caste as well as holy individuals, deities and monarchs.
Tut ᬢᬸᬢ᭄ m & f Balinese
Short form of Ketut.
Yan ᬬᬦ᭄ m & f Balinese
Short form of Wayan.