Hindi boy names starting with A
Aachalendra – The word aachalendra means Himalayas, it signifies the person to be strong, Unchallengeable
Aachuthan – another name of Hindu Lord Krishna
Aadesh – an order, a command, an instruction
Aadhev – word aadhev means First, Most eminent or exalted
Aadhi – aadhi means beginning, it sometimes also means friendly, imagination, creativity, expression, energetic
Aadhish – King, Emperor, Ruler, Person with supreme power
Aadhunik – Modern, New, Latest, a name variant of Adhunik
Aadi – First, Most Important,Beginning, Starting, Source form of life
Aadidev – the hindu word aadidev means First of God, the one closest to the almighty
Aadijay – The First Victory , Success.
Aadinatha – another name of Lord Vishnu or Lord Krishna
Aaditya – The name aaditya means belonging to aditi or Sun
Aadityapal – The one having superior social standing and the one exalted, of high esteem
Aadityesh – aadityesh has meaning of the ultimate power of the sun, the God Sun
Aadurusta – one who is fortunate or lucky
Aadved – Unequaled or unmatched in the whole Universe
Aadyot – one who is surrounded by light
Aaghosh – to embrace or lapped
Aagyakar – one who is hearsome, obedient or willing to comply to elders
Aahlad – one who is happy, cheerful, and full of joy
Aahvan – act of soicitaion, invitation or enticement
Aakhya – one who has high reputation and fame, state of being famous
Aakil – The name Aakil is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘intelligent, smart’.
Aakrit – aakrit has a meaning of appearance or shape, the person who is unmoldable
Aalavandan – the name means The writing or something Majestic
Aan – the one having Self respect and self esteem
Aanal – Fire, God of fire
Aanandamayee – the one who is very happy and joyous in nature
Aarav – The name Aarav is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘peaceful’.
Aarnik – being one of a kind or unique
Aarogya – the one having great health or being healthy
Aashray – Originated from Sasnkrit means give temporrary protection in any situation
Aashresh – Intelligent and quick to understand & apply ideas
Aashu – the another name of Lord shiva
Aathreya – Progeny of athri or the disciple of sage vamadeva
Aatish – Fireworks, Explosive, Dynamic Person, Name of Lord Ganesh
Aatmabandu – One who is friend of his own
Aatmagupta – one who is self protected
Aatmavash – one who is self controlled
Aatulaya – Unique, the one who can’t be compared or incomparable
Aazvaar – practical and patient
Abahijeevan – Someone leading a fearless life
Abhaas – The sense, awareness, feeling or reflection
Abhay – Means ‘fearless’ in Sanskrit
Abhijeet – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi or or Bengali (see ABHIJIT)
Abhijit – From Sanskrit (abhijita) meaning ‘victorious’. This is the Sanskrit name for the star Vega
Abhilash – Means ‘desire, wish’ in Sanskrit
Abhinaash – An immortal person, cannot be destroyed
Abhinamin – One who is renowned or a famous name
Abhinandh – One who is celebrating or acknowledge
Abhinav – Means ‘young, fresh’ in Sanskrit
Abhinavan – Young, fresh or modern
Abhinaya – The acting or the one who acts in a drama
Abhinayan – One who is an actor, one who acts
Abhinita – highly finished, well performed, ornamented
Abhinivesh – A desire that is long cherished, persistence
Abhinn – One who is different or not common
Abhipada – One who is fearless or take fearless steps
Abhipala – The fresh moment or the new time
Abhiraja – One who is a great king
Abhiraksa – One who is a protector, who protects
Abhirama – The lovely or a delightful person
Abhisaar – A good companion, a beautiful friend
Abhisheha – One who is full of desires
Abhishek – Means ‘anointing’ in Sanskrit
Abhranaga – An elephant related to heaven or sky
Abhyudh – A good and quick learner
Abichal – un-paying, unyielding, no growth
Abimola – One who is born to be rich
Abinaashjot – A light that cannot be destroyed
Abir – The word abir has the meaning of Fragrance, Scent, Aroma, in Hindu aspect aabir means Gulal or color
Achanda – A cool-minded person, not angry
Acharjeet – The victory of an inanimate object
Acharpreet – An inanimate love or affection
Achet – Unconscious, one who is not in his conscious sense, a carefree person
Achetbir – A carefree brave person
Achetmeet – The friend or companion of the carefree person
Achin – One who is free from care and envy
Achint – Who is carefree and free from envy
Achraj – One who is wondrous, full of wonders
Adambha – Free from any fraud or deceit
Adamie – A human being, good human
Adharshana – The base moment of time
Adharva – the first of all Vedas or Lord Ganesha
Adhavaya – Who is one or united
Adheep – A king or a ruler
Adhesht – Without envy or anger
Adi – The first
Adikurma – The first or original tortoise
Aditi – Free and unbounded
Aditya – The sun
Adol – Stable or without any movement
Adolchit – One who has a stable mind
Adrisht – One who is shapeless, shapeless person
Aekadamt – Who is having one tooth, lord Ganesha
Agastya – The mountain thrower
Agnpurna – A Hindi Boys name
Ahamyati – A man who has no ego
Ahavaniym – A hindi Boy name with no certain meaning
Ahernisha – A male name fit for Hindu Boys
Ahganul – Hindi name fit for Boys
Ahuta – star worshipper
Aidil – just’, not ‘justice
Ailesh – King of all
Aiswara – Lord or Lordly
Aiswaran – Belongs to the Lord, Lordly
Aja – The unborn
Ajay – Means ‘unconquered’, from Sanskrit (a) meaning ‘not’ and (jaya) meaning ‘victory, conquest’
Ajeet – Alternate transcription of Hindi , Marathi , Gurmukhi or Bengali (see AJIT)
Ajit – Means ‘unconquered, invincible’, from Sanskrit (a) meaning ‘not’ and (jita) meaning ‘conquered’. This is a name of the gods Shiva and Vishnu, and of a future Buddha
Ajivash – A name fit for Boys of Hindu origin
Ajmani – A male name given to Hindu people
Akalmasa – Sinless or pure
Akalras – Elixir of God’s Love
Akalush – Eternal Purity, Pure
Akalvir – One who conquers peace
Akanistha – Not Young, Elder or Superior
Akaryanandana – Born to Conquer
Akash – Means ‘open space, sky’ in Sanskrit
Akhil – World, Whole Perfect Entire, Complete, All Encompassing, Ruler or king
Akhuga – Riding on Rat
Akshat – Whole or complete, one who can\’t be harmed or destroyed
Akshay – Means ‘undecaying’ in Sanskrit
Aleem – The name Aleem is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘knowledgeable’.
Alobhin – Not Wanting or Desiring Anything, Free from Greed
Alok – victorious cry
Aloka – Vision, Sight, Aspect, Lustre, Splendour
Alokdeep – Lamp Light
Alokpal – Preserver of Light
Alokpreet – Love for Light
Aloksukh – Light of Peace
Alola – Unagitated, Firm, Steady
Alolupa – Free from Desire, Firm, Steady
Amar – Means ‘immortal’ in Sanskrit
Ambar – Sky
Amit – Means ‘immeasurable, infinite’ in Sanskrit
Amitabh – Means ‘immeasurable splendour’ in Sanskrit. A famous bearer is Indian actor Amitabh Bachchan (1942-)
Amma – Mother
Amrit – Means ‘immortal’ from Sanskrit (a) meaning ‘not’ and (mrta) meaning ‘dead’. In Hindu texts it refers to a drink that gives immortality
Anand – Means ‘happiness, bliss’ in Sanskrit
Ananda – Bliss
Anik – Means ‘army’ or ‘splendour’ in Sanskrit
Aniket – Means ‘homeless’ in Sanskrit
Anish – Means ‘supreme, paramount, without a ruler’, from the Sanskrit negative prefix (a) and (isha) meaning ‘ruler, lord’
Anit – Possibly means ‘not guided’ in Sanskrit
Ankit – Means ‘marked’ in Sanskrit
Ankur – Means ‘sapling, sprout, shoot’ in Sanskrit
Anoop – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi , Bengali or Malayalam (see ANUP)
Anuj – Means ‘born later, younger’ in Sanskrit. This name is sometimes given to the younger sibling of an older child
Anup – Means ‘watery’ in Sanskrit
Anupam – Means ‘incomparable, matchless’ in Sanskrit
Apalala – Water dragon
Apoorva – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi or (see APURVA)
Apurva – Means ‘unpreceded, new’ in Sanskrit. This is a transcription of both the masculine form and the feminine form
Aravind – Means ‘lotus’ in Sanskrit
Arjun – The name Arjun is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘bright, shining, white’.
Arya – From an old Indo-Iranian root meaning ‘Aryan, noble’. In India, this is a transcription of both the masculine form and the feminine form . In Iran it is only a masculine name
Aryan – Variant of ARYA (1)
Aseem – Alternate transcription of Hindi (see ASIM (2))
Ashwin – From Sanskrit (ashvin) meaning ‘possessed of horses’. The Ashvins are twin Hindu gods of the sunrise and sunset
Asim – Means ‘boundless, limitless’ in Sanskrit
Ativeer – One who is extremely brave and courageous.
Atman – The self
Avatar – An incarnation of God
Avinash – Means ‘indestructible’ in Sanskrit
Hindi boy names starting with B
Balee – It symbolizes being an extrovert, analytical and ethical
Bali – It means a soldier or patriot.
Balin – Mighty warrior
Balin – The name Balin is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘mighty sword’.
Balwant – The name means full of might or immense strength.
Banda – The Person
Bandhu – friend
Baneet – Polite
Banister – Root from the French word bath meaning keeper of the bath. Also (probably most often) a variant of Bannister, an English occupational surname meaning ‘basket weaver.’
Banke Bihari – Krishna
Banke – Lord Krishna
Bankebihari – Hindu Lord Krishna
Bankei – Ten Thousand Blessings
Bankim – not straight
Bankimchandra – crescent moon
Banko – Everlasting
Bel – Sacred wood apple tree
Bhamandal – Bhamandal is the name of Seeta’s brother mentioned only in Jain Ramayan.
Bhanap – To be born
Bharat – The supporter
Biini – A man of modest nature
Bipin – Variant of VIPIN
Brij Kishor – A name of Lord Krishna
Brij Mohan – Lord Krishna’s place
Brijender – A name of Lord Brij
Brishketu – A Hindi name for Boys
Brja – He who is like a nature
Buddhadev – A person who is very wise
Budhleen – One who is submerged in wisdom
Budhpreet – One who loves or infatuate wisdom
Budhroop – One who is the form of Budh or wisdom
Bukka – One of sincere nature
Bukkhazariah – A name with immence power
Burjiz – A hindi Boys name
Bursuq = Na – He has a face of a badger
Bursuq – A man with a badger face
Buvdeep – A Hindi name for Boys
Hindi boy names starting with C
Cadrasva – A Hindi name for Boys
Caritra – The charachter of a person
Caturnana – A Hindi Boy name
Caunteya – Hinidi Boy name
Chaitra – Aries sign
Chakra – Symbol of the sun
Chandan – Derived from Sanskrit (chandana) meaning ‘sandalwood’
Chander – Moon
Chandrakant – Means ‘beloved by the moon’, derived from Sanskrit (chandra) meaning ‘moon’ and (kanta) meaning ‘desired, beloved’. This is another name for the moonstone
Charaka – The name Charaka is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘wanderer’.
Chetan – Means ‘visible, conscious, soul’ in Sanskrit
Chiranjeevi – Alternate transcription of Hindi or Telugu (see CHIRANJIVI)
Chiranjivi – Means ‘long-lived, infinite’ in Sanskrit
Citrasila – A Hindi Boy name
Hindi boy names starting with D
Darshan – Means ‘seeing, observing, understanding’ in Sanskrit
Dayaram – Means ‘compassion of Rama’, from Sanskrit (daya) meaning ‘compassion’ combined with the name of the god RAMA (1)
Deep – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi , Gujarati , Bengali or Gurmukhi (see DIP)
Deo – Alternate transcription of Hindi (see DEV)
Deshan – The name Deshan is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘of the nation’.
Dev – Derived from Sanskrit (deva) meaning ‘god’
Devadas – Means ‘servant of the gods’ from Sanskrit (deva) meaning ‘god’ and (dasa) meaning ‘servant’
Devdas – Alternate transcription of Hindi (see DEVADAS)
Devraj – The name Devraj is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘ruler of the gods’.
Dhananjay – Means ‘winning wealth’ in Sanskrit
Dhani – The name Dhani is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘rich’.
Dharma – Means ‘that which is established, law, duty, virtue’ in Sanskrit
Dip – Masculine form of DIPA
Hindi boy names starting with E
Erbir – lover of god.
Erheer – a Punjabi word meaning diamond.
Eshwaransh – a part of lord Shiva.
Hindi boy names starting with F
Faalgun – A name of the month in Hindu calendar
Farook – A man of high moral standards
Fateh – A man of big success
Hindi boy names starting with G
Gadhi – Father of Vishvamitra
Gaganbir – A brave person from sky or heaven
Gaganinder – The master of heavens.
Gaganjeet – The one who overcomes the sky.
Gaganjeev – The one who lives in the sky.
Gaganjit – One who wins over the sky
Gaganmeet – The one who is very closer to the sky.
Gaganpreet – The one who like the sky a lot.
Gajan – Huge sound or big noise.
Gajapati – The lord of elephants or Master Ganesha.
Gajraaj – Lord Ganesha, one of the Gods in Hindu religion.
Ganapathi – The Lord of people, Hindu deity
Ganapathy – Another name of Lord Ganesha.
Ganarupa – One who has the form of multitude
Ganender – Master of the war.
Ganesh – Lord of the dwarves
Ganeshchandra – The moon of Lord Ganesh
Gangaadatt – One of the Asian rivers.
Gangadhara – One who posses Ganga
Gangadwara – The gateway of river Ganges
Gangaiah – Another name of ganga river.
Gangesa – Lord or master of Ganga river.
Gangeswar – The Lord of Ganga, Lord Shiva
Ganhardin – One who mesmerize the multitudes with faith
Ganpati – The Lord of masses, Lord ganesha
Garuda – The god who carried Vishnu
Geetprakash – The light of a song or rhythm
Girisha – Storm god
Gokanya – It is an Indian male name. The one who will lead the nation or community.
Gokarna – Cow Eared, The one with good deeds and qualities. Who will always be ready to help and lead others
Gokarni – Cow Eared, The one with good deeds and qualities. Who will always be ready to help and lead others
Golaki – Globe, The one who is courageous and love to live a peaceful and prosperious life.
Golan – People with this name have a deep inner need for quiet, and a desire to understand and analyze the world they live in, and to learn the deeper truths.
Golap – it is an Indian male name. The one who will lead the nation or community.
Gopala Krishnan – Gopal means the one who protects cows. Krishnan means the cloud colored man. As a whole this name is based on the name of Lord Sri Karishna
Gopalpreet – Gopal is the nam of Lord Krishna and Preet meand love or beloved. The name Gopalpreet means the love of Lord.
Gopati – Owner or leader of cows or a person who take cares of cows.
Gopeeswaran – Gopeeswaran, Name of Lord Shiva, Gopee means the man who protects cows and swaran mean gold hearted man. On the whole gopeeswaran means a gold hearted man who protects cows.
Gopikhan – Gopi, Name of Lord Kannan.
Gopinathan – Gopinathan is the name of Lord Karishna. Lord Karishna was the hero of Gopi’s (beautiful girls), so he was known as Gopinathan
Goplilal – Gopilal means the male friend of laal krishna who protects cows.
Gora – Gora means a mountain. Gora name is the sign of power and a strong person.
Gorakh Nath – Name of a famous hindu yogi, Saint of Gorakh community.
Gorakh-Naath – Name of a famous hindu yogi, Saint of Gorakh community.
Gorakhanatha – Name of a famous hindu yogi, Saint of Gorakh community.
Goraksh – Goraksh is the name of Lord Shiva.
Gorakshanath – Gorakshanath was the name of hindu Guru, founder of Nath Hindu Monastic movement.
Gorlan – Gorlan sorted out the qualities. They are to a great degree true and legitimate.
Gotye – Gotye, The one who love to live honest and truthful life.
Gotzon – Angel, The one who will be polite and caring for the community, just like angels.
Gouti – The one who loves to live the life on principles to get success, with imaginatory and creative ideas.
Govasana – Coveres with Ox Hides, Govasana tries to impress others and are almost successful most of the time in life and business.
Grihastha – A post in barahmanic ashram in which a person asumes the responsibilities of house holds.
Guggul – Guggle are harsh spoken persons but they are on the same way kind hearted also.
Gunakara – Mine of virtues
Gunaratan – One who is a gem of good characters
Gunavata – The one with Virtues
Gunja – Beauty and Well Woven
Gunvichaar – To be intelligent on various things like Fun loging,Exciting,Free Thinking and progressive.
Gurdaat – The Sikh religious leader’s gift,the gift of guru to his people
Gurdal – Household members, place to place,name of a person.
Gurdarshan – the vision of the religious leader,The guru.
Gurdeesh – lamp of the leader of punjabi’s,Guru.
Gurdharam – Gurdharam collaborated with two words guru and dharam. Guru means master or lord and dharam means religion. So gurdhram means the religion of Lord.
Gurdheeraj – Gurdheeraj collaborated with two words guru and dheeraj. Guru means master or lord and dheeraj means patience. So gurdhram means the patience just like the Lord.
Gurdhiaan – Gurdhian collaborated with two words guru and dhiaan. Guru means master or lord and dhiaan means absorbed So gurdhram means absorbed in guru.
Gurdial – Gurdial collaborated with two words guru and dial. Guru means master or lord and dial means kind So gurdial means kind guru.
Gurdip – Gurdip collaborated with two words guru and deep. Guru means master or lord and deep means lamp So gurdip means lamp of guru.
Gurdish – They are entainer, creative minded and verstaile. They want everyone around them should be creative.
Gurdit – A person who is pure, wise and holly as Reflections on Guru’s Words in the literature of Sikh
Gurgyan – Gurgyan collaborated with two words guru and gyan. Guru means master or lord and gyan means in knowledge. So gurgyan means the person who have the knowledge of lord
Gurharpal – Gurharpal collaborated with two words guru and harpal. Guru means master or lord and harpal means in protector. So gurharpal means the person who protector of guru.
Gurhet – Gurhet collaborated with two words guru and het. Guru means master or lord and het means in love. So gurhet means the person who is in love with guru.
Gurhimmat – Gurhimmat collaborated with two words guru and himmat. Guru means master or lord and himmat means courage. So gurhimat means courage of guru.
Gurinder – Gurider name means lord or god. This word is used for the vperson with high rank.
Gurinderjeet – Guriderpal means the victory of god on the person’s heart.
Gurinderpal – Guriderpal means the person who is preserver of Guru.
Gurinderveer – Gurinderveer means the person who is brave as his guru.
Guriqbal – Guriqbal collaborated with two words guru and iqbal. Guru means master or lord and iqbal means glory So guriqbal means glory of guru.
Gurjanpal – Gurjanpal collaborated with two words guru and janpal. Guru means master or lord and janpar means protector. So gurjant means protector of guru.
Gurjant – Gurjant collaborated with two words guru and jant. Guru means master or lord and jant means grace So gurjant means grace of guru.
Gurjit – Gurjit collaborated with two words guru and jit. Guru means master or lord and jit means victory. So gurjit means victory of guru.
Gurjodh – Gurjit collaborated with two words guru and jodh. Guru means master or lord and jodh means varios. So gurjit means warior of guru.
Gurjog – Gurjit collaborated with two words guru and jog. Guru means master or lord and jog means union. So gurjog means union with guru.
Gurjot – Gurjot collaborated with two words guru and jog. Guru means master or lord and jog means union. So gurjot means light of the lord.
Gurkamal – Gurkamal collaborated with two words guru and kamal. Guru means master or lord and kamal means lotus. So gurkamal means lotus of the lord.
Gurkaram – Gurkaram collaborated with two words guru and karam. Guru means master or lord and karam means blessings. So gurkaram means blessings of the lord.
Gurkirat – Gurkirat collaborated with two words guru and kirat. Guru means master or lord and kirat means songs of praises. So gurkirat means songs of the praises for Lord.
Gurkiratsingh – Gurkirat collaborated with two words guru and kirat. Guru means master or lord and kirat means songs of praises. So gurkirat means songs of the praises for Lord. Singh is the symbol name of Sikh religion.
Gurkirpal – Gurkirpal collaborated with two words guru and kirpal. Guru means master or lord and kirpal means blessings. So gurkirpal means blessings of the lord.
Gurkirt – Gurkirat collaborated with two words guru and kirat. Guru means master or lord and kirat means songs of praises. So gurkirat means songs of the praises for Lord.
Gurkurbaan – Gurkurban collaborated with two words guru and kurban. Guru means master or lord and kurban means sacrificed person. So gurkurban means person who is sacrifised on to god.
Gurlaal – Gurlaal collaborated with two words guru and laal. Guru means master or lord and laal means beloved. So gurlaal means person who is beloved of lord.
Gurlal – Gurlal collaborated with two words guru and lal. Guru means master or lord and lal means beloved. So gurlal means person who is beloved of lord.
Gurleen – Gurleen collaborated with two words guru and leen. Guru means master or lord and leen means absorbed. So gurleen means person who is absorbed in the guru
Gurliv – Gurliv collaborated with two words guru and liv. Guru means master or lord and liv means absorbed. So gurliv means person who is absorbed in the guru
Gurloch – Gurloch collaborated with two words guru and loch. Guru means master or lord and loch means longing. So gurloch means person who is longing for guru
Gurlochan – Gurlochan collaborated with two words guru and lochan. Guru means master or lord and lochan means colored eyes. So gurlochan means eyes colored with Guru’s vision
Gurmaher – Gurlmaher collaborated with two words guru and maher. Guru means master or lord and maher means blessings. So gurmaher means blessed from lord.
Gurmail – Gurlmail collaborated with two words guru and mail. Guru means master or lord and mail means friend. So gurmail means friend of guru.
Gurmandeep – Gurlmandeep collaborated with two words guru and mandeep. Guru means master or lord and mandeep means lamp. So gurmandeep means lamp of guru.
Gurmanshu – Gurmanshu collaborated with two words guru and manshu. Guru means master or lord and manshu means all knowing. So gurmanshu means all knowing about guru.
Gurmant – Gurmant collaborated with two words guru and mant. Guru means master or lord and mant means counsle So gurmant means one with guru’s counsle.
Gurmantar – Gurmantar collaborated with two words guru and mantar. Guru means master or lord and mantar means incantation So gurmantar means incantation of guru.
Gurpartap – Gurpartap is a collaboration of two words guu and partap. Guru means master or Lord and partap means blessings. So gurpratap means blessings of Lord.
Gurpinder – Gurpinder collaborated with two words guru and pinder. Guru means master or lord and pinder means king. So gurupinder means king of all masters.
Gurprakash – Gurpraskash collaborated with two words guru and prakash. Guru means master or lord and prakash means light. So gurupinder means light of master.
Gurpram – Gurpram collaborated with two words guru and pram. Guru means master or lord and pram means superior. So gurupram means superiority on masters.
Gurprasad – Gurprasad collaborated with two words guru and pram. Guru means master or lord and prasad means holy eatings that is given after prayer. So gurupram means the holy eatings given by the master
Gurpreetam – Gurpreetam collaborated with two words guru and preetam. Guru means master or lord and preetam means beloved So gurupreet means beloved master or lord.
Gurprem – Gurprem collaborated with two words guru and prem. Guru means master or lord and prem means love. So guruprem means the love of lord or master
Gurraj – Gurraj collaborated with two words guru and raj. Guru means master or lord and raj means rule. So gurraj means the rule of Lord.
Gursadhna – Gursadhana collaborated with two words guru and sadhna. Guru means master or lord and sadhna means meditation. So gursadhna means the meditation of Lord.
Gursagar – Gursagar collaborated with two words guru and sagar. Guru means master or lord and sagar means sea. So gursagar means the the lord who is the sea of knowledge
Gursaheb – Guru sahib means the master or lord who is called by respect.
Gursajjan – Gursajjan collaborated with two words guru and sajjan. Guru means master or lord and sajjan means friend. So gursajjan means the friend of lord.
Gursangat – Gursajjan collaborated with two words guru and sangat. Guru means master or lord and sangat means company So gursangat means the company of lord.
Gursaroop – Gursajjan collaborated with two words guru and saroop. Guru means master or lord and saroop means picture. So gursaroop means the picture of lord.
Gurseetal – Gurseetal means getting peace through the words of Lord
Gursevak – Gursevak collaborated with two words guru and savek. Guru means master or lord and sevak means servant. So gursaroop means the servant of lord.
Gurshabad – Gursevak collaborated with two words guru and shabad. Guru means master or lord and shabad means words. So gurshabad means the words of lord.
Gurshan – One who finds peace in guru’s words
Gursimar – Gursimar collaborated with two words guru and simar. Guru means master or lord and simar means remembrance. So gursimar means the remembrance of lord.
Gursimarn – Gursimarn collaborated with two words guru and simarn. Guru means master or lord and simarn means remembrance. So gursimarn means the remembrance of lord.
Gururaja – Master of teacher
Gyaan – Knowledge, information, awareness
Gyaandeep – A lamp of celestial information or knowledge
Gyandeva – The knowledge of a king, lord
Gyanender – A king of information or knowledge
Gyaneshwar – Lord or king of information and knowledge.
Gyanjeet – Victory of knowledge, success of knowledge
Gyanjot – A flame of information or knowledge
Gyanpreet – Lover of divine or celestial knowledge
Gyanprem – Lover of information or knowledge
Gyanroop – A divine light, a divine personification.
Gyanveer – Brave in Knowledge, divine in knowledge.
Gynanand – Man of knowledge, knowledgeable man
Hindi boy names starting with H
Haard – Feelings of the heart
Haksh – Eye
Hanish – Hindu God of Weather
Harendra – Combination of the names of the Hindu gods HARI (referring to Vishnu) and INDRA
Harinaka – A Hindi name given to baby Boys
Harischandra – Name of a king
Harshad – Derived from Sanskrit (harsha) meaning ‘happiness’
Harstia – A baby Boy name of Hindi origin with uncertain meaning
Haryadi – One who increases joy
Hashan – Laughter, Lord Chandra (Moon)
Hasin – Laughing, smiling
Hasit – Delighted, derivative of the Indian Hasita
Hastin – elephant
Havaruni – Dual nature
Havish – Lord shiva, sacrifice, one who gives offerings to god.
Havishh – Hindu lord shiva
Hayaf – quick-minded, versatile.
Hazen – Laughing, smiling, variant of Hasin
Heemakar – A name with lost meaning of Hindi origin
Heemal – Related to Ice
Heeraman – Golden Moon
Heeran – Lord of the Diamonds
Heetraj – Best wishing
Helik – God’s Light
Hemahav – A name given to Hindi Boys
Hemanand – A Hindi Boy name with no specific meaning
Hemangad – A baby Boy name of no specific meaning
Hemanka – A Boy name with lost meaning
Hemen – The king of Gold
Hemendra – Lord of Gold
Hemendu – Golden Moon
Hemil – Gold
Hemish – Lord
Hemisha – Happiness, Good
Hemkant – Glow of Flowers
Hemkar – Lord of Prosperity (Hinduism)
Hemkrish – Golden Krishna
Hemnandan – Full of life energy and creativity
Hemnath – Lord Buddah, Gold
Hempushp – Lord of Gold
Hemraaj – King of gold
Hemradj – Lord of the earth
Hemraj – Joy, kind of wealth
Hems – Gold
Hemshail – Generous and responsible
Hemshil – Creative Mind
Hemvat – Logical mind, Clever
Henil – Bubbly love with all
Henith – Tiger
Herambwa – Lord Ganesh
Herish – Lord Krishna
Herit – Beautiful Algonquin
Hesh – Loving
Hetuhamy – A Hindu Boy name with uncertain meaning
Hetveer – A hindi Boy name
Hetvik – A male name of Hindu origin
Hihikara – A Hindi name that is fit for Boys and girls
Himaanshu – Moon
Himachal – The Himalayas
Himadari – Ganga River
Himadhri – Infinity Life
Himadri – Himalaya
Himadyuti – Of Cool Radiance, The Moon
Himaghana – Sun
Himajesh – Lord Shiva, Husband of Himaja, Goddess Parvati Devi
Himakara – Snow Handed, Causing Cold, The Moon
Himaksh – Him Aksh, Lord Shiva
Himalay – Mountain Range
Himi – A man who is renowned and famous
Himkiran – A male, Boy’s name of Hindu origin
Himval – The Hindi Boy’s name
Hinesh – A ruler, a King of Henna
Hira – Derived from Sanskrit (hira) meaning ‘diamond’. It is typically feminine in Pakistan and unisex in India and Nepal
Hirarama – A Hindi name for both sexes
Hiras – One who is like a diamond
Hindi boy names starting with I
Ilesh – Lord of the earth
Inay – Godlike, supreme
Indeevar – A blue lotus
Indra – In Hindu culture, Indra was the supreme ruler of the gods.
Indra – god of power
Isha – Means ‘master, lord’ in Sanskrit. This is a transcription of both the feminine form and the masculine form (an epithet of the Hindu god Shiva). It is also the name of one of the Upanishads, which are parts of Hindu scripture
Ishaan – The name Ishaan is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘the sun’.
Hindi boy names starting with J
Jaanakeedaas – Janaki’s servant
Jaanakeeraman – Janaki’s husband
Jafar – Little stream, creek or brook
Jafar – little stream
Jahlee – A god-like person
Jahnav – A Hindu Rishi, the one who kept Ganga on lis legs
Jahnu – Name of a Hindu legendary sage who played a role in the story of Ganga, the river goddess
Jat – A caln from northern India and Afghanistan
Jay – Victory, a bird
Jaya – name of god, victory
Jaydev – The lord of victory or hail
Jayendra – Means ‘lord of victory’ from Sanskrit (jaya) meaning ‘victory’ combined with the name of the god INDRA, used here to mean ‘lord’
Jayesh – Means ‘lord of victory’ from Sanskrit (jaya) meaning ‘victory, conquest’ and (isha) meaning ‘lord, ruler’
Jaylesh – The Lord of Victory
Jaynish – Refers to an excellent, extraordinary or outstanding person.
Jaypal – Resembles the champion or overcomer or conqueror.
Jayraj – The master or Lord of triumph.
Jaysdht – Refers nothing or no one.
Jayswaran – A victor with a gold heart or a winner of gold.
Jeeta – The one who wins the title winner.
Jeetendra – Alternate transcription of Hindi or Marathi (see JITENDRA)
Jeethesh – The Lord or victory or wins
Jeevandip – The light of life, the ray of hope
Jenil – Possessing desirable or positive qualities.
Jiban – Jiban means a soul of life. A person who knows how to live happily with the happiness of his soul
Jicku – Jicku means the lion. In simple means the brave and aggressive person.
Jijesh – Who will Win Whatever He Desires, Decides his Own Future
Jilesh – Jilesh means world. The whole world which is in only one person.
Jitendra – Means ‘conqueror of Indra’ from Sanskrit (jiti) meaning ‘victory, conquering’ combined with the name of the god INDRA
Jivin – Gives life
Jivin – to give life
Joran – they are great givers and spread joy, laughter everywhere they go. They have many friends.
Jubail – they are great givers and spread joy, laughter everywhere they go. They have many friends.
Juinita – people with this name have strong spirit and easily impress others.
Jujhar – it means a firefly. Such people are jolly and have radiant personality.
Jwalaprasad – One who is the master of fire, or the master of flames
Jyan – Jyan means Victory, Victorious
Jyoti – Derived from Sanskrit (jyotis) meaning ‘light’. This is a transcription of both the feminine form and the masculine form
Jyotirindra – The meaning of th ename is The Holder of the Light
Hindi boy names starting with K
Kabandha – A demon in Indian mythology
Kailash – From the name of a mountain in the Himalayas that is believed to be the paradise of the Hindu god Shiva. It possibly means ‘crystal’ in Sanskrit
Kala – Black, God of time
Kalari – Forms of Shiva
Kali – Black
Kalkin – tenth incarnation of god Vishnu
Kalyan – Means ‘beautiful, lovely, auspicious’ in Sanskrit
Kamal – Lotus
Kamal – The name Kamal is a boy’s name of Arabic, Hindi origin meaning ‘lotus, perfect, perfection’.
Kamala – lotus
Kamalendra – The King of Lotus, or the King among lotus flowers
Kami – Loving
Kanishka – Name of a king
Kanta – Means ‘desired, beautiful’ in Sanskrit. This is a transcription of both the feminine form and the masculine form
Kanti – Means ‘beauty’ in Sanskrit. This is a transcription of both the feminine form (another name of the Hindu goddess Lakshmi) and the masculine form
Kapil – From Kapila – Vastu
Karan – Means ‘clever, skillful’ in Sanskrit
Karka – Crab
Kartik – From Sanskrit (krittika), the name for the constellation of the Pleiades
Kaveri – sacred river of India
Kavi – From a title for a poet, meaning ‘wise man, sage, poet’ in Sanskrit
Kavindra – mighty poet
Kedar – mountain lord, powerful
Kintan – wearing a crown
Kiran – Derived from Sanskrit (kirana), which can mean ‘dust’ or ‘thread’ or ‘sunbeam’
Kirtenya – One who is worthy of praise
Kirti – fame
Kishor – Derived from Sanskrit (kishora) meaning ‘colt’
Kishore – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi , Tamil or Telugu (see KISHOR)
Krishnan – A dark person, dusky, incarnation of Lord Vishnu
Kritin – Kritin means One with great Skills
Kshatradharma – The duty of a warrior, or a warrior’s religion
Kshitij – Means ‘born of the earth’ or ‘horizon’ in Sanskrit
Kulavira – The bravest of the generation, a brave person
Kumbha – One who carry a deep vessel to hold liquid, a mass Hindu pilgrimage
Hindi boy names starting with L
Labdha – Acquired, obtained
Lal – Means ‘boy’ in Hindi, derived from Sanskrit (lala) meaning ‘playing, caressing’
Lalit – Masculine form of LALITA
Lochan – Means ‘the eye’ in Sanskrit
Lucky – From a nickname given to a lucky person. It is also sometimes used as a diminutive of LUKE
Hindi boy names starting with M
Madhu – From Sanskrit (madhu) meaning ‘sweet, honey’. This is another name of Chaitra, the first month of the Hindu year (which occurs in March and April)
Madhukar – Means ‘bee, honey-maker’ in Sanskrit
Madhur – Means ‘sweet’ in Sanskrit
Mahafuzur – The one whose heart and love belong to the sea
Manas – Means ‘mind, intellect, spirit’ in Sanskrit
Manish – From Sanskrit (manisha) meaning ‘thought, wisdom’
Mannem – A prayer of the whole nation
Manu – Wise, a ruler of the earth
Maraimalai – A male name of Hindi origin
Maraimani – A Hindu Boy name
Marappan – A Hindi Boy name
Mayasura – The ancien great king of Asura race in Hindu Mythology
Mayon – the black god
Mayur – Means ‘peacock’ in Sanskrit
Meeshaque – A Hindi name for Boys
Mekhali – A valley full of clouds, clouds visible from the valley
Mela – religious gathering
Meraman – The sea, anything apparently limitless in quantitiy or volume
Mesha – Born under the emblem of Aries.
Mikesh – a mate, a companion or an associate.
Mikhilesh – An Indian name that refers to Lord Shiva.
Mikin – A strong person in Hindi. Someone with incredible strength.
Milaan – A Hindi word that name ‘to meet’ or ‘to join’
Milan – In Hindi it means the unison. In Slavic it means Gracious, kind person
Mit – A friend, a companion
Mitesha – A desireful person, full of desires
Mitodru – A successor of God
Mitra – God of the sun
Mitthu – A parrot, a person having the quality of parrot
Mittur – The close friend, a dear one
Mitul – Derived from Sanskrit (mita) meaning ‘measured’
Mitwa – A dearest person, the most adorable
Mivaan – The rays of the sun
Mnadamarut – A gentle and pleasant breeze, a light wind
Mnojavaya – The arrival of love
Mohanbabu – One who is fearless and daring, always having brashness and self confidence.
Mohanbir – Darkness, the one who never can see anything, gloomy & shady
Mohandas – Means ‘servant of Mohana’ from the name of the Hindu god MOHANA combined with Sanskrit (dasa) meaning ‘servant’. A famous bearer of this name was Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (1869-1948), also known as Mahatma Gandhi, an Indian leader who struggled peacefully for independence from Britain
Mohandeep – The pretty messenger, sweet and dearest Angel.
Mohanjeet – Helping person, who always provides aids to other needy people.
Mohanjot – The person always covers by shadows, impossible to be seen, dim light
Mohanpal – The ruler of the city, the sovereign of the kingdom.
Mohanpreet – The monarch of the nation, the one who has greater authorities all over the land.
Mohantek – A factory on a tall mountain, bearable person in high risky times.
Mohanveer – Commencing from the influential crusher
Mohanwant – Sturdy and durable grinding factory
Mohaven – One who is charming, who has a magnetic charm
Monik – A piece of advice, a useful advise
Monishkar – A person with higher knowledge
Monit – Very knowledgeable person
Motiwala – The one who have of deals in Pearls
Mukul – Means ‘bud, blossom’ in Sanskrit
Muni – One who teaches the truth
Hindi boy names starting with N
Naabhi – the middle part of the body.
Nadhamuni – The name of Naradha Maharishi.
Nagabhooshan – The one who is wearing snakes as ornaments around his body.
Nagabhooshanam – Who wears ornamental snake
Nagabhushan – The Lord Shiva who is wearing cobra around his neck as a necklace.
Nagadhar – Who keeps snake as pets
Nagaraju – The master king of all kind of serpents.
Nagu – A gentle person, a simple one
Naishadh – A heroic king from Mahabharata
Naishadha – King Nala, King of Nishadha
Naitarpal – One who do care for the eyes
Nakshathran – The sovereign or royal of the star planet.
Nalesh – Lord Vishnu, the preserver
Nalin – The name Nalin is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘maiden’.
Namadev – One of the ancient sacred people.
Namadeva – The Lord of the name, a sacred person
Namagiri – One who posses a name, a famous person
Namaha – Pleading or praying to God in a acceptable way.
Naman – Bow down before the creator or salaam or greeting.
Namban – A humble Indian greeting by bowing down in respect
Namgeet – A song of names of his life
Nami – A popular person
Namish – The lord of names, Lord Vishnu
Namisha – The Lord of all, Lord Vishnu
Namo – The Hindu greeting when the meet
Nampal – The defender of the name
Namprem – The love of the name
Namrang – The color of the title
Namuchi – A permanent one, a demon slain by Krishna
Namvar – One who is very famous, whose name is popular
Namya – bowed down, a humble person
Nandanbir – A cheerful brave person
Nandanjeet – Joy of a victory
Nandanpreet – The love of tranquillity
Nandapal – The protector of the comfort or joy
Nandess – The God of tranquillity
Nandu – A very happy and sweet child
Nang – A naked person, without fear
Nanga – A fearless person, no fear at all
Nar – A male or a masculine person
Narain – The name Narain is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘protector’.
Naraka – Innate of the concentration, born of the awareness
Narasimha – The Sun, who gives powerful light to whole world.
Narayan – The house of beings
Narendra – Means ‘lord of men’ from Sanskrit (nara) meaning ‘man’ combined with the name of the Hindu god INDRA, used here to mean ‘lord’
Narika – Lord of man
Narishyanta – A lion in the form of man
Naritpal – The protector of mankind
Narjeep – A seeker of mankind
Narjes – Grace of mankind
Narjess – The gracious man
Narjodh – A great male warrior
Narkip – One who seeks mankind
Narleet – Permeated with the king
Narmad – Pleasurable, who gives comfort
Narpreet – The one who loves the mankind
Narsev – The service of mankind
Narsimulu – The Lord in the form of Lion
Nartan – The body of human or men
Narthanarajan – The King of all the dancers
Narun – One who leads the mankind
Narvar – The groom among all the men
Narveer – The brave man
Narveera – The bravest among the mankind
Narvinder – The king of all the humans
Narya – A powerful person, manly
Nasik – Perishable, pious person. Name of a holy Indian city
Nath – Master, Ruler, chief, major.
Nathavi – The Lord Shiva.
Nathuram – The worshipper of God
Natrajan – The God Shiva.
Naubahar – The new or fresh spring
Navadeep – The new or fresh lamp
Navadh – The ninth element or count
Navadvip – The new lamp or nine lamps
Navagopal – The new or baby cow-herd
Navaj – The newly born baby
Navakanth – The newly wed groom
Navakishor – The freshly born Kid
Naval – A new modern person
Navalan – A skilled public speaker
Navaljyot – The fresh or new light
Navam – The ninth person or the ninth element
Navamani – The fresh or new pearl
Navaneedham – The one who will be fresh forever
Navaneet – Who will remain fresh
Navaneeth – The eternally new
Navarag – The fresh melody or tune
Navaraj – The fresh or new empire
Navarang – A color Who will new ever
Navarasan – The freshly extracted juice
Navarathna – The new or freshest Gem
Navaratna – The new gemstone, that will remain fresh
Navarun – The new Lord of Sun
Navay – The fresh an d precious one
Navayugan – The new era or newest time
Navbir – An eternal brave person
Navdeep – The lamp who will be fresh forever
Navdeepa – A fresh lamp, new forever
Navdev – The eternally fresh Lord
Navdip – The never ending freshness of a lamp
Navdiv – The pristine island
Naveen – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi , Kannada , Telugu , Tamil or Malayalam (see NAVIN)
Naveenjeet – The beautiful win or victory
Naveenjot – The pleasant light of a lamp
Navendan – A new or young person
Navendhan – The new or fresh wealth
Navendhu – The crescent moon
Navendu – The new moon after amavasya
Navijeet – The new invincible winner
Navil – The beautiful peacock
Navin – The name Navin is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘new, novel’.
Navinchandra – The fresh moon, first moon of lunar month
Navind – The new king of mankind
Navinder – The new monarch of humans
Navish – The New Lord of mankind
Navisha – An eternally fresh Lord
Navistha – The youngest person
Navit – The new, fresh or the newest
Navkar – The body of stories associated with a culture.
Navkesh – The glittering ocean.
Navlaal – The freshly born baby Boy
Navnath – The Nine saints or the master of saints
Navneet – The fresh butter, one who is eternally new
Navneeth – New and fresh to the eternity
Navnihal – The teenager, or the newest youth
Navnit – Always new for the whole life
Navodit – One who is newly arisen
Navpreet – The fresh affection or love
Navprem – The love which is new till the end
Navraj – The new King or the fresh Monarch
Navrang – The new beautiful colors
Navratan – The nine precious gem-stones
Navsarup – An admirable new shape or roop
Navtej – The fresh radiance of a person
Navtek – The moral support or the new highland
Navukarasan – A sitting position for a prayer
Navukkarasan – The posture to offer a prayer
Navukkarasu – The prayer’s position or posture
Navyug – The New era or the new time
Nawalkishor – The wondrous Kid, the new one
Nawin – The newest of the freshest of all
Nayat – A guide, one who guides
Neelam – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi (see NILAM)
Neelambar – Resembles blue in color.
Neeraf – Water, which is necessary for human being to live in this world.
Neeraj – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi or Gujarati (see NIRAJ)
Nehra – Fondness, liking, care, regard.
Nehru – The name Nehru is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘canal’.
Nelakash – A pearl, the one who is much precious as a Gem
Nelesha – The blue colored Lord
Nellainambi – The brilliant star of the ocean.
Neminath – One of the names of God.
Nidhruv – The one who is truthful and honest.
Nihal – Means ‘content, happy’ in Hindi
Nikhil – Means ‘whole, entire’ in Sanskrit
Nikit – A good person, best qualities
Nila – Blue
Nilam – Means ‘dark blue, sapphire’ in Sanskrit
Nimmana – The Archangel of the almighty God.
Nimmit – The upright path.
Niraamay – Well known gentleman.
Nirabadha – Minor and sugary.
Nirad – The rainy clouds or bank of clouds.
Niraj – Means ‘water-born, lotus’ in Sanskrit
Niramitra – The born son of Sahadevan.
Niranat – The one who resembles the white lotus flower in the pond.
Nirbhai – A fearless person, have no fear at all
Nirbhik – The person who gets rid of awe and dread.
Nirmal – Means ‘clean, pure’ in Sanskrit
Nischala – The powerful man among other men.
Nishakar – One who lives in Night
Nishal – No end or limitless
Nisham – Fresh or cool air of night
Nishanath – The lord of night
Nishandeep – The lamp for a sign
Nishant – Means ‘night’s end, dawn’ in Sanskrit
Nishanta – The dawn time, end of night
Nishanth – One who ends the dark night
Nishav – One of the best person
Nishchal – Calm or without motion, not moving
Nishchay – The decision confirmed
Nishchit – The destiny or confirmed thing
Nishedu – A prohibited thing
Nisheeth – The peaceful time of early morning
Nishesh – the Lord of dark or night
Nishik – A garden of Lotus
Nishikaant – The husband of stronger woman
Nishikant – Lord of Night
Nishikanta – Lord or Night, Lord Moon
Nishikar – Moon, who came to existence in night
Nishiketh – The King of moon
Nishil – A night-time, dusk
Nishiman – One who is grand to the infinity
Nishinath – The Companion of night
Nishipal – The protector of night
Nishipati – The husband or possessor of night
Nishit – Time of peaceful midnight
Nishith – Midnight, peaceful time
Nishok – A happy person without sorrow
Niskam – A selfless person, without desires
Nistha – Attainment or arrival of the highest point
Nisyaanthan – The end of darkness
Nisyanthan – The Limit or end of light
Nitalaksha – The aim of morality
Nitalekshana – The indication or symptoms of morality
Nith – Continuous, that cannot be seized
Nitheesh – The God of law, who is just
Nithik – The masters of justice
Nithinlal – A Boy who follows the right path
Nithish – The lord of Morals
Niththis – The moral Lord
Nitiman – One who is a pride of Morality
Nitin – From Sanskrit (niti) meaning ‘guidance, moral conduct’
Nitish – The Lord of ethics and morality
Nitnam – One who remembers the Lord
Nitya – Means ‘always, eternal’ in Sanskrit. This is a transcription of both the feminine form (an epithet of the Hindu goddess Durga) and the masculine form
Nivas – A place to live, where humans live
Nivash – The home, where people live
Nivat – A safe and secure person
Nived – An offering to God
Nivedan – A request, a humble request
Nivedh – Something that is offered to God
Nivedit – Something offered to God
Nivesh – A good investment
Nivik – The meeting point of three rivers
Nivin – The greetings to the God
Nivraj – A good foundation
Nrigatam – The powerful man among other men.
Nuvesh – The one who is excellent in skills and knowledge.
Hindi boy names starting with O
Om – From the Sanskrit (om), considered to be a sacred syllable because it represents the range of sounds that can be made by the human voice
Orun – The spiritual combatant or the deity fighter.
Orup – An extremely handsome person
Hindi boy names starting with P
Palash – Flowering tree
Palash – The name Palash is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘flowery tree’.
Pallav – Means ‘budding leaf, shoot’ in Sanskrit
Pan – The name Pan is a boy’s name of Greek, Hindi origin meaning ‘all or shepherd’.
Pandita – scholar
Paramesh – The name Paramesh is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘greatest’.
Pingalan – A Hindu baby Boy name
Pingesha – A male name of Hindi origin
Pinki – To be like a rose, or to be pink in color
Pintoo – A full stop or a point
Pinynyakan – A Hindi baby Boy name
Pipyana – One who cries a lot
Pitchaimani – Another name of Lord Vishnu
Poduri – A male name of Hindi origin
Podury – A Hindi male name
Polam – A Boy gentle as the flower
Ponnaiyah – A baby Boy name with Hindi origins
Ponnayiram – A very rare Hindi baby Boy name
Poorvesh – He who is like the Earth
Porkael – Hindu name meaning Zulu
Porunan – A male name of Hindi origin
Poshita – Dearly loved
Pourab – Hindi name meaning East
Prabhal – A strong, dominant, impressive person
Prabhan – One who gives light, splendor and radiance
Prabhank – To find glory in life
Prabhash – One who is like the Sun
Prabhat – Means ‘shining forth, morning’ in Sanskrit
Prabhath – He is like the morning light, like a dawn
Prabindh – Hindi name meaning the whole world
Prabodh – Means ‘awakening’ in Sanskrit
Prabu – One who is like a God
Prabudda – A person who is enlightened
Prachal – One who is peacock-like
Prachirn – A Hindu Boy name
Prachura – To have a lot, many
Pradeep – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi , Bengali , Malayalam , Kannada , Telugu , Tamil or Nepali (see PRADIP)
Pradhumna – A very Mighty individual
Pradip – Derived from Sanskrit (pradipa) meaning ‘light, lantern’
Pradumal – One who is the Lord
Pradynesh – The name of Lord Ganesh
Pragdeesh – A person who will progres and advance in life
Pragnan – A brainy, very smart person
Pragyan – One who posesses the greater knowledge
Prahallada – The feeling of happiness and bliss
Prahar – An attack, agression, charge
Prajai – One who is a citizen, a civilian
Prajakt – The God of all the creation
Prajav – One who moves quickly
Prajay – A person who is a civilian or a citizen
Prajith – One who is kind, generous and good
Prajnay – A baby Boy name of Hindi origins
Prajul – A Hindi baby Boy name
Prajwat – The first ray of sunlight in the dawn
Prajyana – A Hindi unisex name, given to both Boys and girls
Prajyot – One who is lightened, illuminated
Prakam – One who is joyful and has many desires
Prakar – A respected person who always does well
Prakash – Derived from Sanskrit (prakasha) meaning ‘light, bright, shining’
Prakashik – A person who enlightens others
Prakher – An intelligent and brainy person
Prakhil – A Hindi name given to Boys
Prakunj – A masculine name of Hindi origin
Pramatha – One who is a dancer of heaven, also Lord Shiva’s faithful companion
Pramoda – A name of God Skanda. Also means joy in Sanskrit
Pramodana – A joyful and delightful person
Pran – Means ‘breath’ in Sanskrit
Pranab – The Om Sound. Can also mean the feeling of Love
Pranak – A person who lives and gives life
Pranav – This is the Sanskrit word referring to (om), the Hindu sacred syllable
Pranay – Means ‘leader, guidance, love’ in Sanskrit
Pranga – A Hindi name given to both Boys and girls
Prangel – One who knows many languages
Pranhita – The name of the River
Pranjul – A person who is truthful and dignified
Pranod – A person who drives, directs and leads others
Prantik – The end, the last limit of the things
Prapanch – One who is like the earth, who loves earth
Prapulla – One whose pleasant and happy smile is shining
Praram – One who is very pleasing
Prarambh – One who starts things
Praroop – To duplicate or replicate somthing
Prasad – Means ‘brightness, clearness, graciousness, offering’ in Sanskrit. This is a word referring to an offering of food made to a deity
Prasai – An appearance, a cast
Prasanna – Means ‘clear, bright, tranquil’ in Sanskrit
Prasharanbir – One who isbrave and sheltered by the lord
Prashast – The wise man who leads and shows the way
Prashasth – A compatible, congenial person
Prasit – One who is like the first ray of the winter Sun
Prassana – An individual who is alwas cheerful
Pratamesh – He who is the Lord of the best
Pratap – Means ‘heat, splendour, glory’ in Sanskrit
Pratar – One who is shinging like the dawn
Prateek – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi , Gujarati or Bengali (see PRATIK)
Prateer – A male name of Hindi origin
Pratheep – One who is like a lightning
Prathipal – A guardian of the Earth
Prathith – A person who radiates confidence
Pratik – Means ‘look, appearance’ in Sanskrit
Pratirup – He who is just like an image
Prativah – One who has a leading personality
Pratyus – The time of the day that is just before the morning
Pravarg – Lord Vinshu’s epithet
Praveen – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi , Gujarati , Kannada , Telugu , Tamil or Malayalam (see PRAVIN)
Praveera – One who is the hero of heroes, the best and the bravest one
Pravil – A Hindi Boy name
Pravin – Means ‘skilled’ in Sanskrit
Prayaga – Masculine Hindi name
Prem – Means ‘love, affection’ in Sanskrit
Premjit – The Love’s Victory
Premnath – One who is a sweetheart
Prit – A feeling of love
Prithu – Something broad and spacious
Pritwish – The best and the greatest love of all
Prity – A beautiful, lovable and affectionate Boy
Priyanjan – A near and dear, loved one
Priyansh – One who is the lovable part of everything
Prunal – A masculine, baby Boy name of Hindi origin
Pukraj – One who is like a jewel
Pulavarti – A name that is given to baby Boys of Hindi origin
Punav – One brigt like a fool moon
Pundir – A Hindi name for Boys
Pundrik – One like the white lotus flower
Puneet – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi (see PUNIT)
Punit – Means ‘cleaned, purified’ in Sanskrit
Punyaloka – A name meaning Sita and Druapadi
Punyashila – One whose character is virtuous
Pupri – One whi is like the flower petals
Purdansha – A hindi masculine name
Purdvi – To be like an earth, an earthly person
Purnachandar – One who resembles the Full Moon
Purshottam – The best of the men
Purvesh – One who is an earth-lover
Pusa – A flavor, taste, aroma
Pushpabhav – A flower’s nectar
Pushpambhu – A person sweet as a honey or a nectar
Pushpanan – One whose face is like a flower
Pushparas – One sweet as a nectar, the sweetest one
Pushparn – The stream of flowers
Pushpender – The Lord or the King of flowers
Pushpendra – One just as delicate as the flower
Pushpya – A blooming flower
Pushyaraag – A person resembling the precious stone Topaz
Putta – A baby that is small and petitte
Hindi boy names starting with R
Raj – Means ’empire, royalty’, from Sanskrit (rajya)
Raja – Means ‘king, ruler’, from Sanskrit (rajan)
Rajah – The name Rajah is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘prince, chief’.
Rajeev – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi/Nepali , Malayalam or Tamil (see RAJIV)
Rajesh – Means ‘ruler of kings’ from Sanskrit (raja) meaning ‘king’ and (isha) meaning ‘lord, ruler’
Rajiv – Means ‘striped’ in Sanskrit. This is used to refer to the blue lotus in Hindu texts
Rajneesh – Alternate transcription of Hindi (see RAJNISH)
Rajnish – Means ‘lord of the night’ from Sanskrit (rajani) meaning ‘night’ and (isha) meaning ‘lord, ruler’. This is another name for the moon in Hindu texts
Raju – Variant of RAJA (2)
Rakesh – Means ‘lord of the full moon’ from Sanskrit (raka) meaning ‘full moon’ and (isha) meaning ‘lord, ruler’
Raktim – Bright red
Ramanan – Godlike, related to Rama
Ranj – Short form of RANJIT
Ranjeet – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi or or or or or or Bengali (see RANJIT)
Ranjit – Means ‘coloured, pleased, delighted’ in Sanskrit. A famous bearer was Ranjit Singh (1780-1839), the founder of a Sikh kingdom that covered most of the Punjab and Kashmir
Rashmi – Means ‘ray of sunlight’ or ‘rope’ in Sanskrit
Ratan – Variant of RATNA
Rathore – A man known for his bravery
Ratik – A person who is joyous and satisfied in love
Ratna – Derived from Sanskrit (ratna) meaning ‘jewel, treasure’. This is a transcription of both the feminine form and the masculine form
Ratri – Night
Ravat – The humming of the cuckoo
Ravi – The name Ravi is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘conferring’.
Ravindar – A Sun-like person
Raxit – A guardian and a protector of men
Redan – One with a loving heart
Reedh – A custom, a ritual, tradition
Rehyaaz – A Hindi Boy’s name
Revant – One who killes the speed
Reyansh – The name Reyansh is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘ray of light’.
Ridan – Searcher, One who is very keen, Clever, Shrewd
Riddhiman – A wealthy, pich man
Rikin – A hindi Boy name of unknown name
Rinku – A sweet natured person
Ripal – A compassionate and merciful love
Ripan – The first light of Sun that rises on the horizon
Rishav – The sweetness of caring for someone
Rishi – Means ‘sage, poet’ in Sanskrit, perhaps ultimately deriving from a root meaning ‘to see’
Rithish – One who is the strongest of all men
Rohak – One who rises
Rohan – Derived from Sanskrit (rohana) meaning ‘ascending’
Rohana – A sandalwood
Rohin – One who is on the rising path
Rohit – Derived from Sanskrit (rohita) meaning ‘red’
Rohitashwa – The first red lights of the sun when it rises in the morning
Romil – One who is renowned in the lands
Ronsher – One who is like a lion in the battle
Roopak – One who brings the sign
Rudr – A terrible pne who brings fear
Ruhan – A spiritual and kind-hearted one
Rupendra – One who is a God of beauty
Rushang – The saint’s song
Rusheel – One blessed with a charming nature
Rushil – He who has a charming personality
Rutesh – The God of truth
Rutvij – She who is wise as a guru
Rutwa – A heavenlty hindi being
Hindi boy names starting with S
Sachi – Descended from the sun god
Sachin – From Sanskrit (satya) meaning ‘true, real’. A famous bearer is the retired Indian cricket player Sachin Tendulkar (1973-)
Sahaj – The name Sahaj is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘natural’.
Sahan – Falcon
Sahen – falcon
Sahil – The name Sahil is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘guide, leader’.
Sahir – Friend
Sajan – The name Sajan is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘beloved’.
Saka – From the Shaka
Sakti – energy, goodness
Sameer – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi , Bengali or Gujarati (see SAMIR (2))
Samir – Means ‘wind, air’ in Sanskrit
Sandeep – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi , Bengali , Gurmukhi , Gujarati , Kannada , Malayalam , Telugu , Tamil or Nepali (see SANDIP)
Sandip – Means ‘blazing’ in Sanskrit
Sanjeet – Alternate transcription of Hindi (see SANJIT)
Sanjeev – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi , Gujarati , Gurmukhi , Telugu or Kannada (see SANJIV)
Sanjit – Means ‘complete victory’ in Sanskrit
Sanjiv – Derived from Sanskrit (sanjiva) meaning ‘living, reviving’
Sarad – The name Sarad is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘born in autumn’.
Saral – Means ‘straight’ in Sanskrit
Sarngin – Name of god Vishnu
Sarojin – Lotus blossom
Sarvesh – Means ‘ruler of all’ from Sanskrit (sarva) meaning ‘all’ and (isha) meaning ‘ruler, lord’
Sat – The true or everlasting
Satparvan – the one who is accepted by the God
Satyadeep – The lamp of truth
Satyanarayana – The righteous path of truth
Saura – Of the sun or the sun worshipper
Sesha – serpent who symbolizes time
Shaiksha – One who is a King
Shailen – A mountain King
Shailender – The King of all mountains
Shaka – From the Shaka
Shaktar – Name of a hermit
Sham – He has a strong personality
Shamik – An ancient and wise sage
Shandar – The name Shandar is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘proud’.
Shankaran – The name means Sinkam
Shankhdhar – A man with the counch shell
Sharadindu – One who is as beautiful as the Autumn Moon on the sky
Sharini – A person who protects the Earth
Sharma – Means ‘protection, comfort, joy’ in Sanskrit
Shasanka – To be like a Moon in sky
Shashi – Traditional name for the moon, it literally means ‘having a hare’ in Sanskrit. This is a transcription of both the masculine form and the feminine form
Shayam Charan – Name of Lord Krishna
Shekhar – Means ‘crest, peak’ in Sanskrit
Sheyaam – The dusk or the dusky complexed person
Shiva – God of the moon
Shivcharanjit – One who win a place at the feet of Lord Shiva
Shravya – One whose vice is like a musical tone
Shreerag – God’s musical Raga
Shresth – Means ‘most excellent, best’ in Sanskrit
Shreyank – A Boy that found fame in life
Shreyansh – A lucky one who gives fame to others
Shreyovardhana – One who is the best of all
Shriman – One who possesses the wealth of Yoga
Shrish – One who is the Lord of wealth
Shrivatsa – Means ‘beloved of Shri’ from the name of the Hindu goddess SHRI combined with Sanskrit (vatsa) meaning ‘beloved, dear’. This is the name of a mark on Vishnu’s chest
Shrot – One who is a good listener
Shrutik – A name of the Goddess Parvati
Shubhasunad – One who recieved blessing
Shubhratho – One who is well-born
Shubool – One who is like a lion cub
Shudra – Bom to the lowest caste
Siddharth – The name Siddharth is a boy’s name of Hindi, Sanskrit origin meaning ‘artha’.
Siddhashrama – Mystical hermitage
Sinhikha – The grim who rose from the sea
Skandajit – A name of the Lord Vishnu
Smaram – A man who is a God’s gift
Smarta – A name of the movement in Hinduism
Sodhi – To be a firendly person
Sombir – He who conquered the Moon
Sovit – He is the Sun
Sreyas – The most excellent man with many virtues
Subhash – Means ‘eloquent’, derived from the Sanskrit prefix (su) meaning ‘good’ combined with (bhasha) meaning ‘speech’
Sudarshan – Means ‘beautiful, good-looking’ in Sanskrit, derived from the Sanskrit prefix (su) meaning ‘good’ combined with (darshana) meaning ‘seeing, observing’
Sudhir – Derived from the Sanskrit prefix (su) meaning ‘good, very’ combined with (dhira) meaning ‘wise, considerate’
Suhash – One with a sweet smile, sweet smiled.
Suman – Means ‘well-disposed, good mind’, derived from the Sanskrit prefix (su) meaning ‘good’ combined with (manas) meaning ‘mind’
Sumatikumar – Sumatikumar is a variation of Sumatinath. Sumatinath is the name of 5th Tirthankara.
Sumeet – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi , Bengali or Gurmukhi (see SUMIT)
Sumit – Means ‘well measured’ in Sanskrit
Sunil – From Sanskrit (su) meaning ‘good, very’ combined with (nila) meaning ‘dark blue’
Suraj – Means ‘sun’ in several northern Indian languages, derived from Sanskrit (surya)
Surya – The name Surya is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘sun god’.
Sushena – A name of one of the kauravas
Suvrat – One who is strict in religious vows. It’s also the name of a Jain god.
Swapnil – Derived from Sanskrit (svapna) meaning ‘sleep, dream’
Swarna – Means ‘good colour’ or ‘golden’, a contraction of the Sanskrit prefix (su) meaning ‘good’ and (varna) meaning ‘colour’. This is a transcription of both the masculine form and the feminine form
Hindi boy names starting with T
Tamanna – Means ‘wish, desire’ in Hindi, ultimately from Persian (tamanna)
Tanas – He who is humble
Tarun Vijay – Hindu name meaning youth
Tirath – A holy place for followers of Hindu religion
Trambakeshwar – The God with three eyes or God of thee lokas, Lord Shiva
Trinesh – Lord Shiva with three eyes
Tripur – The combination of three town or cities
Tripura – That comprises three cities or towns
Trisanu – The ancient king from Hindu mythology
Tulaja – God of grace or the one who fight with evil powers.
Tulsi Kumar – A holy Basil plant, The prince of basil plant
Tushar – Means ‘cold, frost, snow’ in Sanskrit
Hindi boy names starting with U
Urvish – Lord of the earth
Hindi boy names starting with V
Valtteri – Name of a poet
Vanraj – King of the forest, lion
Varan – The name Varan is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘water god’.
Varana – The name Varana is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘holy river’.
Varshil – Good and well behaved boy.
Varun – The name Varun is a boy’s name of Hindi origin.
Vasuki – Hindi mythological serpent
Vasupujya – Vasupujya is the name of the 12th Jain Tirthankara.
Vaughan – King of the serpents
Veerendra – Lord of the courageous men.
Victor – Frightening
Vikram – The name Vikram is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘valorous’.
Vimal – Means ‘clean, pure, spotless’ in Sanskrit
Vinay – Means ‘leading, guidance, modesty’ in Sanskrit
Vipin – Means ‘forest’ in Sanskrit
Vipul – Means ‘large, extensive, plenty’ in Sanskrit
Vishal – Means ‘wide, broad, spacious’ in Sanskrit
Vishnu – The name Vishnu is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘protector’.
Vivaan – The name Vivaan is a boy’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘full of life’.
Vivek – Means ‘wisdom, distinction, discrimination’ in Sanskrit
Vritra – Enveloper or Dragon of draught but enemy of Indra
Vyan – Air
Vyomaang – Part of the sky.
Vyomakesh – A man with sky like hair.
Vyomdev – A name of Lord Shiva.
Vyomesh – Lord of the sky, cloud and water.
Vyshnav – The worshipper of Lord Vishnu.
Hindi boy names starting with Y
Yancy – From the Yamuna river
Yash – Derived from Sanskrit (yashas) meaning ‘fame, praise, glory’
Yashodhan – One who is rich in fame, famous.
Yashpal – Protector of fame.
Yashvasin – The popular one. Also, a name of Lord Ganesha
Yasti – Slim
Yatin – Ascetic
Yatish – Lord of the devotees.
Yatnesh – God of efforts
Yoganidra – Meditation
Yogine – A name for Lord Hanuman. It means saint.