Dolmaསྒྲོལ་མfTibetan, Bhutanese Means "mother of liberation" or "goddess of liberation", from Tibetan སྒྲོལ (sgrol) meaning "liberate, free, release" and མ (ma) meaning "mother, goddess" (metaphorically referring to enlightenment)... [more]
LodaymBhutanese Loday in Buddhism means wisdom. It is popularly used in the small kingdom of Bhutan. The famous ones who used this names were Guru Loday Choeksey, the famous Buddhist Tantric Master in the 8th century... [more]
Lungtokལུང་རྟོགསm & fTibetan, Bhutanese Means "learning, experience, realisation" in Tibetan. This was one of the given names of the 9th Dalai Lama, Lungtok Gyatso (1805-1815).
Namgyalརྣམ་རྒྱལm & fTibetan, Bhutanese Means "victorious" or "complete victory", derived from Tibetan རྣམ (rnam) meaning "aspect, type, kind" combined with རྒྱལ (rgyal) meaning "to be victorious, to conquer".
Ugyenཨོ་རྒྱནm & fTibetan, Bhutanese Derived from ཨོ་རྒྱན (o rgyan), the Tibetan name for the medieval Indian state of Oddiyana, which was significant due to its role in the development of Vajrayana Buddhism.
Wangdiདབང་འདུསm & fTibetan, Bhutanese From Tibetan དབང་འདུས (dbang 'dus) meaning "to bring under control, to conquer", itself derived from དབང (dbang) meaning "power, control, force" and འདུས ('dus) meaning "collect, assemble".
Wangmoདབང་མོf & mTibetan, Bhutanese From Tibetan དབང་མོ (dbang mo) meaning "queen, lady", derived from དབང (dbang) meaning "power, control, force" and མོ (mo) meaning "female".
Wangpoདབང་པོmTibetan, Bhutanese From Tibetan དབང་པོ (dbang po) meaning "power, sense", from དབང (dbang) meaning "power, control, force" and the nominalisation suffix -པོ (-po).