Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
ADIPUTRA m Indonesian
Means "first son" or "first prince" from Indonesian adi
meaning "first" (of Sanskrit origin; see Adi (2)
) combined with putra
meaning "son, prince".
AFRIZAL m Indonesian
Derived from Arabic أَفْضَل (ʾafḍal)
meaning "best, highest, most outstanding".
AINI f Indonesian, Malay
Means "my eye" or "my spring", derived from Arabic عَيْن (ʿayn)
meaning "eye" or "spring".
AIRLANGGA m Indonesian, Javanese
Means "jumping water" or "crossing water", from Indonesian air
meaning "water" combined with Sanskrit लङ्घन (laṅghana)
meaning "passing over, jumping, crossing". Airlangga (990-1049) was the only raja of the Kingdom of Kahuripan in East Java.
ANGKA f Indonesian
Possibly derived from the Balinese word angka
ANINDYA m & f Indian, Bengali, Indonesian
Means "immaculate, faultless" in Bengali, ultimately from Sanskrit. In India, it is a masculine name while in the case of Indonesian usage, it is both a feminine and masculine name.
ANUGRAH m Indonesian, Indian, Hindi
Derived from Indonesian anugerah
meaning "award, bestowment", ultimately from Sanskrit अनुग्रह (anugraha)
AUDJAH f Indonesian
Audjah is an Indonesian name. Audjah Syarifam Rachmi is a competitor in the Italian talent show Amici di Maria De Filippi
AULIA f & m Indonesian
Derived from Arabic أَوْلِيَاء (ʾawliyāʾ)
meaning "friends, companions, supporters".
AZAN m Malay, Indonesian, Urdu
Derived from Arabic أَذَان (ʾadhan)
which refers to the Islamic call to prayer, called adhan
. The word itself is derived from أَذِنَ (ʾaḏina)
"to listen" or أُذُن (ʾuḏun)
BALIK m & f Balinese
According to Balinese birth order, this name is added on to the first, second, third, and fourth born names to create alternate names according to birth order. This would create Wayan
Balik (fifth born), Made
Balik (sixth born), Nyoman
Balik (seventh born), and Ketut
Balik (eighth born) respectively... [more]
BATMAN m Javanese, Popular Culture
From a Jawi rendering of पत्मन् (patman
), meaning "path" in Sanskrit. A notable bearer of this name is Batman bin-Suparman
, a Singaporean man imprisoned for drugs, who was rumored to be named after the DC comics superhero.... [more]
BAYU m Indonesian
Means "wind, air" in Indonesian, ultimately from Sanskrit वायु (vāyú)
BIS m Sanskrit, Indian, Tamil, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Punjabi, Sinhalese, Indonesian, Nepali, American, Marathi, Bengali, Hinduism, Telugu
Name : Bis बिस... [more]
BUDIANTO m Indonesian, Javanese
Means "virtuous", derived from Indonesian budi
meaning "sense, mind, character", ultimately from Sanskrit.
BUDIHARTO m Indonesian, Javanese
Means "one who is wise with wealth", derived from Indonesian budi
meaning "sense, mind" and harta
"treasure, wealth" (both of Sanskrit origin).
BUDIMAN m Indonesian
Means "righteousness", derived from Indonesian budi
meaning "sense, mind, character".
CATUR m Indonesian
Means "four" in Indonesian, traditionally given to the fourth-born child.
CHRISMANSYAH m Indonesian (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)
CINDUA m Indonesian, 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.
CUT f Indonesian, Acehnese
From a traditional Acehnese title used to denote female descendants of land-owning families.
DARMAWAN m Indonesian
Means "responsible man" from Indonesian darma
meaning "duty, obligation, responsibility" (see Darma
) and the suffix -wan
which can mean "man".
DARMAWATI f Indonesian
Means "responsible woman" from Indonesian darma
meaning "duty, obligation, responsibility" (see Darma
) and the suffix -wati
DARWIS m Indonesian
From a title denoting a Sufi ascetic derived from Persian درویش (darviš)
meaning "poor, needy".
EFFENDI m Indonesian, Malay
Derived from the Ottoman Turkish title افندي (efendi)
meaning "lord, master, sir", ultimately from Greek αφέντης (aféntis)
"master, ruler, prince".
EHA f Sanskrit, Indian, Hinduism, Tamil, Telugu, Nepali, Sinhalese, Punjabi, Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Malayalam, Indonesian, Kannada, Fijian
Name - Eha एहा... [more]
ENI f Indonesian
Derived from Sanskrit एनी (enī́)
meaning "river" or "gazelle, deer".
ESTOMIHI m Eastern African, Indonesian
The name is derived from the name of the sunday 50 days before easter. The Latin words Esto mihi
are the first two words of Psalm 31:3 and mean "Thou art to me".
ETI f Indonesian
Derived from Sanskrit एति (éti)
meaning "to arrive, to come" or "to go".
FAHMI m Indonesian, Malay
Means "my understanding" from Arabic فَهْم (fahm)
FAJAR m Indonesian
Means "dawn, daybreak, sunrise" in Indonesian, of Arabic origin.
FALYA f Indonesian
Derived from Sanskrit फल्य (phalya)
meaning "bud, flower".
FATIHAH f Malay, Indonesian
Refers to the first chapter (surah) of the Qu'ran called الْفَاتِحَة (Al-Fātiḥah)
, which means "the start, the opening" in Arabic.
FATMAWATI f Indonesian
Combination of the given name Fatma
and the suffix -wati
meaning "woman" (see Wati
). Fatmawati (1923-1980), who had no surname, was the third wife of former Indonesian president Sukarno
FIRMAN m Indonesian
Derived from Arabic فَرْمَان (farmān)
meaning "decree, command", ultimately from Persian.