Burmese Submitted Names

Burmese names are used in Myanmar (Burma) in southeastern Asia.
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ALANGKA f & m Burmese
Means "prosody" or "ornament" in Burmese.
ARKAR m Burmese
Means "sky, space" in Burmese, derived from Pali ākāsa.
AUNG m & f Burmese
Means "to pass, to succeed" or "successful, victorious" in Burmese.
BAWI m & f Burmese
LORD or Upper Class
BHUN m & f Burmese
Means "power, glory" in Burmese.
CHO f Burmese
Means "smooth, slippery" in Burmese.
CIN f & m Burmese
Means "diamond" in Burmese.
DUH f Burmese (Rare)
The name Duh means "to fall in love," "love," "like," "admire," "desirable," "want," and "wish."
EAINDRA f Burmese
Variant transcription of Eindra.
EI f Burmese
Means "soft, tender" in Burmese.
EINDRA f Burmese
Burmese form of Indira.
EKARI f Burmese
Means "queen" in Burmese.
GADAU f Burmese
Burmese feminine name refering to Aborosa wallichi, an aquatic plant bearing blue flowers.
HAYMAR f Burmese
Derived from Pali hemā meaning "forest".
HCAN m & f Burmese
Means "new, unusual, extraordinary" in Burmese.
HCU m & f Burmese
Means "wish, prize, reward" in Burmese.
HEMAN f Burmese
Derived from Pali hemanta meaning "winter".
HKYAC f Burmese
Burmese feminine name meaning "to love".
HKYAIRI f Burmese
Burmese feminine name meaning "cherry".
HKYAM f Burmese
Burmese feminine name meaning "to be cold".
HLAING f & m Burmese
Means "wave", "deluge, flood", "overwhelm" or "to be plentiful" in Burmese.
HNANG m & f Burmese
Burmese unisex name derived from a generic term for mist, dew, snow or frost or meaning "to grant, to bestow".
HNIN f & m Burmese
Means "mist", "dew", "snow", or "frost" in Burmese.
HPRU m & f Burmese
Means "white" in Burmese.
HSINBYUSHIN m Thai, Burmese
Means "Lord of the White Elephant" in Thai and Burmese.... [more]
HTANG m & f Burmese
Means "to think" in Burmese.
HTAY m & f Burmese
Means "to be rich, to be wealthy" in Burmese, ultimately derived from Pali seṭṭhī meaning "merchant, banker, wealthy man".
HTET m & f Burmese
Means "keen, sharp, intelligent" in Burmese.
HTUN m & f Burmese
Means "to shine" in Burmese.
HTUT m Burmese
Possibly means "pinnacle, top" in Burmese.
HTWAN m & f Burmese
Means "to shine" in Burmese.
INZALI f Burmese
Derived from Pali añjali meaning "gesture of prayer" (see Anjali).
JEYYA m Burmese
Burmese form of Jaya.
KALYA f Burmese
Burmese form of Kalyani.
KAUNG m Burmese
Means "good, nice" in Burmese.
KE f Burmese
Burmese feminine name meaning "hair".
KHAING f Burmese
Means "branch (of a tree)" or "firm", potentially from ၶိူင်ႇ (kʰɤŋ) meaning "to be firm, strong, durable" in Shan.
KHANT m Burmese
Means "elegant" in Burmese.
KHIN f & m Burmese
Means "to be friendly, to be friendly with or fond of" in Burmese, or a term of endearment for a woman also occasionally used in names.
KHOM m Burmese
Means "save" in Chin language, spoken in Myanmar.
KJAW m Burmese
Means "to climb over, to cross over", "to exceed" or "to be famous" in Burmese.
KRA f Burmese
Means "water lily" in Burmese.
KRAI m & f Burmese
Burmese unisex name meaning "star".
KRANY m & f Burmese
Burmese unisex name which can mean "approve, be joyous", "clean, clear" or "star".
KYAUKNI f Burmese
Means "ruby" in Burmese.
KYI f Burmese
Derived from the Burmese word meaning "joyous" or "clean, clear", although it may be affected by the word ကြယ် meaning "star".
LE f Burmese
Means "limpid, clear" in Burmese.
LIN m Burmese
Means "bright" or "to dawn" in Burmese.
LINLUN f Burmese
Burmese feminine name refering either to Buchanania latifolia, a medium-sized tree bearing fruit with almond-like kernels, or Mimusops hexandra, a shade tree bearing clusters of fragrant flowers.
MANYJU f Burmese
Derived from Pali mañju meaning "charming, lovely".
MARLAR f Burmese
Derived from Pali माला (mālā) meaning "garland, wreath".
MRA f Burmese
Means "emerald, emerald green", from the Sanskrit मरकत (marakata) or Pali marakata or "keen, sharp", from the Burmese မြက် (mrak).
MRANG m & f Burmese
Burmese unisex name meaning "tall, high".
MRU f Burmese
Means "fog" or "white goosefoot (plant)" in Burmese
MUI m & f Burmese
Burmese unisex name meaning "sky" or "rain".
MYAT m & f Burmese
Means "noble, excellent" in Burmese.
MYINE f Burmese
Means "deep forest with a luxuriant growth of large trees" in Burmese.
MYINT f & m Burmese
Means "tall, high" in Burmese.
MYINTZU f Burmese
Derived from Pali mañju meaning "charming, lovely".
MYO m & f Burmese
Means "kind, type" or "family, lineage" in Burmese.
MYUI m & f Burmese
Burmese unisex name meaning "kind, type".
NADI f Burmese
Means "river" in Burmese.
NANDAR f & m Burmese
Derived from Sanskrit नन्द् (nand) meaning "to rejoice, delight".
NAY m & f Burmese
Means "sun" in Burmese.
NE m & f Burmese
Means "sun" in Burmese.
NGWE m & f Burmese
Means "silver" or "money" in Burmese.
NI f Burmese
Means "red" in Burmese.
NILAR f Burmese
Means "blue" or "sapphire" in Burmese, derived from Pali nīla.
NWE f Burmese
Means "creeper, vine" in Burmese.
NYAN m & f Burmese
Possibly means "intelligence" in Burmese.
NYEIN m & f Burmese
Means "quiet, calm, still" in Burmese.
NYUI m & f Burmese
Means "brown" in Burmese.
NYWAN m & f Burmese
Means "tendril" or "spring (growth)" in Burmese or from the Burmese verb meaning "to taper upwards" or "to be the best".
OHMAR f Burmese
Possibly derived from Pali ummā meaning "linseed flower".
PAANNSEE f Burmese
Derived from the Burmese word for "apple", ultimately from ပန်း (pan) meaning "pink, red" and အသီး (a si) meaning "fruit".
PAU f Burmese
Burmese feminine name refering to Butea monosperma, a plant with brilliant clusters of red flowers also known as the Parrot Tree or Flame of the Forest.
PAYANG f Burmese
Means "amber" in Burmese.
PHONE f & m Burmese
Derived from Pali भग (bhaga) meaning "glory" or "luck, fortune".
PHWAY f Burmese
Derived from အဖွေးသား (ahpwei dha) meaning "noticeably made-up/beautified", "brilliant" or "agleam".
PHYOE f & m Burmese
Means "bountiful, prosperous" in Burmese.
PHYU f & m Burmese
Means "white, pale" or "pure" in Burmese.
PO f Burmese
Means "extra, additional, over and above" in Burmese.
PULAI f Burmese
Means "pearl" in Burmese.
SABAI f Burmese
Means "jasmine" in Burmese, of Sanskrit origin.
SAJANG f Burmese
Burmese feminine name refering to the Bulbophyllum auricomum orchid.
SAN f Burmese
Burmese feminine name derived from the Pali chanda meaning “moon”
SANDAR f Burmese
Variant transcription of Sanda (2).
SANG m & f Burmese
It means "tall" or "above others"
SAUTA f Burmese
Burmese feminine name derived for a poetic term of the moon.
SEIN m Burmese
Means "diamond" in Burmese.
SHWE f & m Burmese
Means "gold, golden" in Burmese, probably related to the Sanskrit name Shri.
SHWEI f & m Burmese
Variant transcription of Shwe.
SIHA m Burmese
Means "lion" in Burmese.
SINGGI f Burmese
Means "superior quality gold" in Burmese.
SOE m & f Burmese
Means "rule, dominate, control" in Burmese.
SU f Burmese
Means "a thing desired, prayed or wished for", "prize" or "reward" in Burmese.
SUHKA m & f Burmese
Means "happiness" in Burmese.
SUTA m & f Burmese
Means "knowledge" in Burmese.
THAN f & m Burmese
Means "million" in Burmese.
THANDA f Burmese
Variant transcription of Thandar.
THANDAR f Burmese
Means "coral" in Burmese.
THANG m Burmese
Either means "toddy palm" (referring to a type of tree) or "to be stormy, to be violent" in Burmese.
THARAHPI f Burmese
Burmese feminine name refering to Calophyllum amoenum, a kind of tree bearing white fragrant flowers.
THAUN m Burmese
Means "ten thousand" in Burmese.
THAWDA m & f Burmese
Variant transcription of Thawdar, more frequently used as a masculine name.
THAWDAR f Burmese
Derived from Sanskrit सुधांशु (sudhāṃśu) meaning "moon" (literally "nectar-rayed").
THAWKA f Burmese
Derived from the Burmese သော်က (tho ka), which refers to Amherstia nobilis, a tall evergreen tree bearing pendulous sprays of vermilion flowers or Saraca indica, a small tree bearing red flowers.
THAZIN f Burmese
Means "orchid" in Burmese.
THEINGI f Burmese
Means "gold" in Burmese, ultimately from Pali singgi.
THET m & f Burmese
Means "breath" or "life" in Burmese.
THIDA f Burmese
Variant transcription of Thidar.
THIDAR f Burmese
Burmese form of Sita.
THUKHA m Burmese
Means "happiness, pleasure, delight" in Burmese, derived from Pali sukha.
THUREIN m Burmese
Means "sun" in Burmese, derived from Pali suriya.
THUZAR f Burmese
Derived from Pali suja meaning "angel".
UKKA m Burmese
Means "meteor" in Burmese.
WA f Burmese
Means "yellow" in Burmese.
WAH f Burmese
Means "cotton plant" or "untreated cotton" in Burmese.
WAI m & f Burmese
Means "share, distribute" or "abound, abundant" in Burmese.
WANNA m Burmese
Means "appearance" in Burmese.
WIN f & m Burmese
Derived from the Burmese word for "enter, come in, hold".
WUNNA m Burmese
Means "gold" in Burmese, derived from Pali vaṇṇa (cognate of Khmer Vanna (2)).
YADANA f Burmese
Means "treasure, gem, jewel" in Burmese.
YADANAR f Burmese
Variant transcription of Yadana.
YAMIN f Burmese
Means "beautiful young woman" in Burmese.
YARZAR m Burmese
Means "king, ruler" in Burmese, derived from Pali rājā (see Raja (2)).
YATI f Burmese
Derived from Pali rati or Sanskrit रत्न (rátna) meaning "gem, jewel".
YE m Burmese
Means "bright red" or "brave, daring" in Burmese.
YI f Burmese
Derived from the Burmese ဝတ်ရည် (wu' ji / wuʔ yì) meaning "nectar"
YUZANA f Burmese
Means "orange jessamine (a type of flower)" in Burmese, from Pali yojana or yujana.
ZAR f Burmese
Means "lace" in Burmese.
ZARNI m Burmese
Derived from Pali ājāneyya meaning "hero".
ZAW m Burmese
Means "preeminent, supreme" in Burmese.
ZAYAR m Burmese
Variant transcription of Zeya.
ZEYA m Burmese
Means "victory" in Burmese, borrowed from Pali jaya.
ZUN f Burmese
Burmese feminine name refering to a small fragrant white flower of the Jasminum auriculatum plant.