AdindafIndonesian, Dutch, Literature Means "sister" or "eldest daughter" (a formal, poetic term) in Indonesian. The name was used by Dutch writer Eduard Douwes Dekker (1820-1887), better known by his pen name Multatuli, for one of the eponymous characters in his story "Saïdjah and Adinda" in his 1860 novel Max Havelaar... [more]
AdiputramIndonesian From Indonesian adi meaning "first" (of Sanskrit origin) combined with putra meaning "son, prince".
AditmIndonesian, Indian, Hindi Derived from Sanskrit आदित (adita) meaning "beginning, precedence". It could also be used as a short form of the name Aditya.
AdityawarmanmHistory, Indonesian (Rare) Derived from Sanskrit आदित्यवर्मन् (adityavarman) meaning "protection of Aditya" or "protection of the sun", from the name of the Hindu god Aditya combined with Sanskrit वर्मन् (varman) meaning "armour, protection, shield"... [more]
Aninditaf & mBengali, Indonesian Means "irreproachable, virtuous", from Sanskrit अ (a) meaning "not" combined with निन्दित (nindita) meaning "blamed, censured, defamed"... [more]
Anindyam & fBengali, Indonesian Means "immaculate, faultless, blameless", from Sanskrit अ (a) meaning "not" and निन्दा (ninda) meaning "blame, reproach". It is solely a masculine name in India and Bangladesh while it is unisex in Indonesia.
Asrim & fIndonesian, Malay Means "my age, my time" from Arabic عصر ('asr) meaning "time, age, era". This also coincides with the Indonesian word asri meaning "beautiful, fair". It is a unisex name in Indonesia while it is only masculine in Malaysia.
AzanmMalay, Indonesian, Urdu Derived from Arabic أَذَان (ʾadhan) which refers to the Islamic call to prayer, called adhan or azan. The word itself is derived from أَذِنَ (ʾaḏina) "to listen" or أُذُن (ʾuḏun) "ear".
ChrismansyahmIndonesian (Rare) In the case of Indonesian singer Chrismansyah "Chrisye" Rahadi (1949-2007), who was born as Christian Rahadi, it is composed of the first part of his birth name, Chris- combined with the Indonesian suffix -syah derived from the Persian title شاه (šâh)... [more]
CinduamIndonesian, Minangkabau Meaning uncertain, probably from the Minangkabau phrase cindua mato (or Indonesian cindur mata) meaning "keepsake" or "beloved, lover". Cindua Mato (or Cindur Mata) is a character in Minangkabau folklore.