Sanskrit girl names starting with A
Aabha – Glow, Splendour, Light, Brilliance, Bright and Radiant, Glorious
Aadya – Variant of Adya meaning the first, referring to Mother Earth.
Aagarna – the word signifies the person having natural, born abilities of music
Aalaya – Home and refuge
Aami – One who is dearly loved
Aamodini – Fragrant
Aanchal – Shelter
Aaradhana – Worship, Reverence, Adoration, Devotion, Adulation, Respect, An act of glorifying God
Aaradhya – To be worshipped, To be accomplished, To be made favorable, To be adored and respected
Aarna – this is an another name of Goddess Laxmi
Aarushi – Light
Aaryamani – Belonging to the Sun
Abha – Brightness
Abhati – Splendid or superlative.
Abhijishya – One who is a liberated girl.
Abhijita – The one who is liberated.
Abhijna – Intelligent or best or talented.
Abhilasha – Desire, wish, aspiration
Abhiroopa – One who is beautiful and charming
Abhirupa – A beautiful and charming girl
Abhirut – The delightful weather or season
Abhisarika – One who is engaged in love
Abhisarikaa – The beloved one.
Abhisha – A companion or a Goddess of will
Abhishree – A beauty who is fearless
Abhisneha – An attachment or love or affection
Abhita – A brave or courageous, fearless
Abhitha – A fearless or a courageous woman
Abilasha – The wish or the desires
Abilisha – A wish or desire of a person
Abja – One who is born out of water
Abjini – The pond full of lotuses, numerous lotus flowers
Aboli – A flower that firecracks
Acala – An immovable object, one that cant be moved
Achira – A prompt person, very swift
Achiraprabha – A swift light or the light that is very prompt
Achla – One who is immovable or firm of decision
Acira – One who is quick or prompt
Acxa – Woman with unparalleled beauty
Adelika – Full of concentration in approaching the target
Adhaya – The first creator or the first power
Adhika – The more great or the greatest
Adhirukma – One who wears gold or wearing gold
Adhita – Adhita as a girl’s name is of Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Adhita is ‘learned person’.
Adhiti – One who is free or boundless
Adhrushta – One who is fortunate, good luck
Adhya – Goddess Durga
Adiputeri – First daughter or princess
Adishakti – The primary power, the Goddess of Supreme power
Adita – One who belongs to the Sun
Adithi – The Hindu deity of sky and fertility
Aditi – Aditi means ‘boundless’, ‘free’ or ‘entire’. It can also mean ‘freedom’ and is the name of the Hindu Goddess of fertility.
Adrija – Daughter of the Mountain Goddess
Adrinandini – The daughter of mountain, Goddess Parvati
Adrisuta – An offspring of the mountain
Adrita – A respected woman, loved by all
Adritanaya – Mountain’s daughter, Goddess Parvati
Adusita – One who is not impure, without any impurity
Adveka – A unique world or earth
Advika – A unique girl, no copy or duality
Adwita – who has no other like her
Agya – Someone who has no knowledge in standard scriptures, An ignorant person
Ahana – Strong willed like steel, inner light, inner happiness
Ahara – inspiration, Ahara, drawing in breath
Ahimsa – not to injure and compassion
Ahsa – Life, Hope of Future
Aishwa – Prosperity, wealth in Sanskrit
Aishwariya – Prosperity, Richness. A famous Indian actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
Aishwarya – Richness. An Indian actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
Ajira – not slow, which means quick, rapid. Ajira was another name for Durga.
Akalka – Moonlight, free from impurity. One being individualistic, focus and showing leadership drive
Akashleena – Star
Akhanda – Nonstop, without part, whole or indestructible
Akhila – Entire
Akshara – Letter, Syllable, Sound, Unalterable, Not perishable, One of many names of Lord Vishnu, Name of Lord Brahma
Akshaya – The name came from akshay which means indestructible or forever Aakshaya also means The seventh day of lunar month which which happens to fall on a Sunday or Monday
Akuti – Princess
Alaknanda – River
Aleesha – Germanic – Of the noble kind, Noble, Honorable, Sanskrit – Protected by God, A variant of Alice, A variant spelling is Alisha
Alisha – The name Alisha is a girl’s name of Spanish, Sanskrit origin meaning ‘protected by God’.
Alishia – Germanic – Of the noble kind, Noble, Honorable, Sanskrit – Protected by God, A variant of Alice, A variant spelling is Aleesha
Alisia – Germanic – Of the noble kind, Noble, Honorable, Sanskrit – Protected by God, A variant of Alice, A variant form of Alisha
Aliska – Germanic – Of the noble kind, Noble, Honorable, Sanskrit – Protected by God, A variant of Alice, A variant form of Alisha
Almas – Sanskrit – A Diamond, Adamant, Brightness, A variant transcription is Almaas
Alpana – Beautiful, decorative, delighted
Alysha – Germanic – Of the noble kind, Noble, Honorable, Sanskrit – Protected by God, A variant of Alice, A variant form of Alisha
Amala – One who is pure, spotless
Ambeeka – Ambeeka as a girl’s name is of Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Ambeeka is ‘mother’. Ambeeka is a variant of the Sanskrit name Ambika.
Ambeika – Ambeika as a girl’s name is of Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Ambeika is ‘mother’. Ambeika is a variant of the Sanskrit name Ambika.
Amber – A gemstone known for its striking honey-yellow color, amber the noun can also be Amber the girls’ name. Maybe it’s because of “Glee” star Amber Reilly or “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” actress Amber Tamblyn, but girls with this baby name are often determined, talented and resilient with a sweet, soft center. Other gemstone names are ranked higher in the popularity polls, which is good news if you want your precious jewel named Amber to stand out from the crowd.
Ambika – Ambika as a girl’s name is of Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Ambika is ‘mother’.
Amia – Hebrew – People of God, Latin – Beloved, Sanskrit – Delight
Amil – Amil as a boy’s name (also used as girl’s name Amil), is pronounced AH-meel. It is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Amil is ‘invaluable, unavailable’.
Amita – Amita as a girl’s name is pronounced ah-MEE-tah. It is of Sanskrit, Hebrew and Italian origin, and the meaning of Amita is ‘endless, truth, friendship’.
Amna – Derived from Sanskrit origin meaning ‘mother goddess’, it is a German variation of the English Emily.
Amrita – Nectar
Anaka – Form of Anika, they are sweet-faced and energetic
Ananda – Ananda as a girl’s name is of Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Ananda is ‘ultimate bliss’.
Anandani – Joyful
Anandi – Happy
Ananya – Originating in Sanskrit, the name Ananya means ‘unique, matchless’ and ‘one of a kind’.
Anda – Anda as a girl’s name is related to the Greek name Alexandra, the Sanskrit name Ananda and the Old German name Fernanda. The meaning of Anda is ‘man’s defender’.
Angee – Fire, A variant spelling of Agni
Anila – Breeze
Anima – Anima as a girl’s name is of Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Anima is ‘infinite smallness’.
Anisha – The feminine version of the popular Indian name Anish, meaning ‘supreme’.
Aniyla – Also spelled ‘Anila,’ this name means wind and is associated with the Hindu god of the wind.
Anjali – The name Anjali is a girl’s name of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘gift’.
Anjani – A Title of the Mother of Hanuman, Name of Lord Hanuman’s mother
Anjuli – They are eternal strange love sent from heaven and are a blessing
Ankita – Bearing a mark
Anoma – The name Anoma is a girl’s name of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘illustrious’.
Antara – Within, Soul, Heart, Related
Antarpreet – One who Loves the Light Within, Deep, Inner Love, One who loves the soul within
Anu – An Atom, Smallest particle which is origin of everything
Anugraha – Request, Desire, Blessing, Wishes
Anugyaa – Consent
Anuja – Born second
Anupama – Unequaled
Anusha – Following Desires, Beautiful Morning, The name of A star.
Aparaajita – Cannot be defeated
Aparna – One without Prana (Leaf), From the Sanskrit for ‘leafless.’ Aparna is a name Goddess Parvathi
Apsara – Celestial Maiden, Heavenly Maiden.
Aradhana – Prayer
Ariya – Variant of Araya, meaning a way of prayer.
Arohi – Musical note
Arpana – Offering
Arpita – Dedication
Aruna – Aruna as a girl’s name is of Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Aruna is ‘crystalline reddish-brown’.
Arundhati – Star
Aruni – Dawn, Rising Sun, Morning, One of many names of Sun God, A Feminine form of the name Arun
Arunika – Arunika as a girl’s name is of Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Arunika is ‘early morning sunlight’.
Arunima – Arunima as a girl’s name is of Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Arunima is ‘early morning sunlight’. Arunima is a variant of the Sanskrit name Arunika.
Arusi – Sanskrit – Sun, Swahili- Born at the wedding time
Arya – Arya means honest, superior and noble.
Asha – The name Asha is a girl’s name of Swahili, Hindi, Sanskrit origin meaning ‘hope, life’.
Ashakiran – Ray of hope
Ashalata – Seedling of hope
Ashani – Thunder
Ashesha – Constellation of stars
Ashiah – Alive, desire, hope, charming one
Ashmini – One who is the possessor of the horses
Ashna – Friend
Ashni – Ashni as a girl’s name is of Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Ashni is ‘lightning’.
Asistha – Very quick
Asita – River Yamuna
Asitabha – Surrounded by the light or with unrestrained glory
Asmita – Pride
Asruta – One which is heard
Asvini – A swift person with great wealth
Atul – Incomparable
Avani – Avani as a girl’s name is of Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Avani is ‘earth’.
Avanti – Modest
Avayah – More commonly spelled ‘Avaya,’ this name means one who has arrived.
Sanskrit girl names starting with B
Baalaa – Small girl
Badarika – Oriya word for jujube fruit.
Bairavi – Melody
Bali – The name Bali is a girl’s name of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘strength’.
Balin – It is of Sanskrit origin and mostly used in India, it means ‘mighty soldier’.
Barkha – Rain
Baruna – Wife of the Lord of the Sea
Baruni – Goddess Durga
Beryl – Gemstone
Bhaanumati – Full of luster
Bhaanupriya – Beloved of the sun
Bhadra – Gentle
Bhagya – Wealth
Bhairavi – Goddess Durga
Bhamini – Glorious
Bhanumathi – Duryodhana’s wife
Bharavi – Sun
Bhargavi – Daughter of sun
Bhaumika – Belongs to the earth
Bhavana – Feeling, sentiment
Bhavani – Goddess Parvathi
Bhavya – Splendid
Bhramara – Bee
Bhuvana – Mother earth
Bhuvaneshwari – Mother earth
Bindu – Drop
Bindusri – Point
Bodhi – Awakened
Braahmi – female energy of Bramha
Brhadbala – The great lady or young woman
Brhadkaya – The great structure
Budhee – Intellect
Sanskrit girl names starting with C
Cahaya – Light or radiance.
Cancala – One who is always moving, an inconstant one
Carma – Fate, Destiny
Cempaka – Frangipani flower
Chader – Chader as a girl’s name is of Hindi origin meaning ‘moon shining’.
Chaitaly – City
Chakori – Alert
Chakra – The name Chakra is a girl’s name of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘wheel, circle’.
Chakshu – Eye
Champa – Flower
Chamroeun – Prosperity and success
Chanda – Chanda as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Chanda is ‘hot, fierce, passionate’.
Chandana – Chandana as a girl’s name is of Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Chandana is ‘sandalwood’.
Chandanika – Chandanika as a girl’s name is of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘sandalwood’.
Chandanpreet – Chandanpreet as a girl’s name is of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘sandalwood’.
Chandara – Chandara as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin meaning ‘moon shining’.
Chandi – Angry name of goddess Sakti
Chandra – Of the moon
Chandra – Chandra as a girl’s name is pronounced SHAN-drah, SHAHN-drah. It is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Chandra is ‘moon shining’.
Chandrakanta – Wife of the moon
Chandria – Chandria as a girl’s name is of Hindi origin meaning ‘moon shining’.
Chandrika – Chandrika as a girl’s name is of Hindi origin meaning ‘moon shining’.
Chandrima – Moon
Chandy – Chandy as a girl’s name is of Hindi origin meaning ‘moon shining’.
Chankrisna – A sweet-smelling tree
Chanthou – A flower found in Cambodia.
Chanvatey – A scholar or educated person.
Charusmita – Beautiful smile
Charvi – Beautiful
Chaundra – Of the moon
Chaundra – Chaundra as a girl’s name is of Hindi origin meaning ‘moon shining’.
Chetana – Full of spirit
Chhean – Meditation
Chhorvin – A glamorous woman.
Chitrali – Pictures
Chivy – Life
Chouma – A woman who is refreshingly beautiful.
Sanskrit girl names starting with D
Daevy – Angel
Dakini – Walking in the sky
Dakshayini – Lord Shiva
Dalai – Broker
Damayanti – King Nala’s Queen
Darareaksmey – A bright star
Darshana – To see and behold
Daxa – One who is clever.
Deepali – Lamps
Deepika – Light
Deepshika – Flame of lamp
Delima – Ruby or pomegranate
Deva – Divine
Devahuti – Manu
Devavadhu – Wife
Devi – Goddess of all
Devika – Little goddess, from the mythological Hindu Devi
Devika – The name Devika is a girl’s name of Hindi, Sanskrit origin meaning ‘little goddess’.
Devna – Godly or divine.
Dewi – The Goddess
Dexa – To teach
Dhana – Dhana as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin meaning ‘wealthy’.
Dhanna – Dhanna as a girl’s name is a variant of Dhana (Hindi, Sanskrit), and the meaning of Dhanna is ‘wealthy’.
Dhanya – Thankful or lucky
Dhanyata – Success or fulfilment
Dharika – Sun, morning sun
Dharma – The name Dharma is a girl’s name of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘truth’.
Dharmi – She who is religious
Dharuna – Supporting
Dhatri – Earth
Dhayana – Meditation
Dhenu – Cow
Dhenumathi – Gomathi
Dhreya – Purpose
Dhriti – Courage
Dirghayu – Long life
Divya – Divine
Dola – Swing , Oscillating, one who is eager for knowledge
Drisana – Sun daughter
Druhi – Nepalese word, meaning daughter.
Dulari – It means the loved one in sanskrit.
Durga – Invincible woman
Sanskrit girl names starting with E
Eashta – Eashwara
Eashwari – A name of Goddess Parvati
Eeshika – Aim
Eeshvi – God
Ektaa – Unity
Eravati – daughter of the ocean.
Erjot – a new beginning.
Esha – Meaning ‘pleasure’ and ‘desire’ (In Sanskrit).
Eshani – it usually means a wish or a desire.
Eshanika – means to fulfill one’s desires.
Eshanka – goddess Parvati or Shiva’s wife.
Eshita – one who desires.
Eshma – lucky or whom luck favours.
Eshna – a wish.
Eshnaa – it means someone who is a wish.
Eshwari – supreme goddess or most powerful.
Esita – a desired human being.
Eswari – wife of lord Shiva, a name used in India.
Eswary – a feminized Indian name which means Parvati or wife of Lord Shiva.
Eta – a feminized word meaning shining.
Etapatra – dappled leaves.
Etasa – shining dappled horse or one who desires.
Eti – it means ending or conclusion.
Etisha – Beginning after the end.
Sanskrit girl names starting with F
Fullara – Name of Kalketu’s wife.
Sanskrit girl names starting with G
Ganjan – Exceeding
Gatha – Refers to melody or hymn or a tale
Gaurangi – Pretty one and charming person like a holy cow.
Gavya – Garden of God
Geeta – Geeta as a girl’s name is of Italian, Hindi, and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Geeta is ‘song’.
Geetika – Very tiny melodious song.
Geetu – Someone who’s very special.
Girija – The meaning of Giriija is Born of The Mountain
Gita – Gita as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin meaning ‘song’.
Gitika – Gitika as a girl’s name is a variant of Gita (Hindi, Sanskrit), the meaning of Gitika is ‘song’.
Gnapika – An intelligent woman.
Gourangi – Gaurangi is a composition of two words. Gau which means cow and rangi which means color. Gaurangi means a girl whos color is like cow.
Gouri – Gauri means the girl with milk white color. A sign of beauty.
Govindi – The persons with this name loves the beauty of nature, creativity and responsibility. Ready to do the sacrifice.
Griva – A woman with a beautiful singing voice.
Gulika – Pearl
Gurmeeta – The one who will be adventures and independent. Love the leadership and guide others.
Gurnamaskar – They are of idealistic nature with a desire to help others. The initiative often causes them to be the first to act when you see a need
Gurneesh – This is the name of knowledge and generosity, which will get the popularity and fame.
Gurneet – They are physically strong personalities but can never be fully satisfied with anyone.
Sanskrit girl names starting with H
Haima – Persistance in love, Snow, Goddess Parvati
Haimantika – Growing in the winter
Hanit – A beautiful diamond.
Hanka – Grace or favor
Haral – Time after the sunset.
Harshal – Glad
Harshi – Joyous
Hasri – One who is always happy and joyful.
Havya – To be invoked
Hemalata – Golden flower
Hetvi – Love
Hima – Snow
Hinal – Goddess of beauty and wealth
Hiras – One who is like a diamond
Hitu – Well wisher
Sanskrit girl names starting with I
Ibhi – Elephant
Idha – Insight
Iditri – One who praises
Iha – Wish
Ihina – Enthusiasm
Ihita – Desire
Ijaya – Sacrifice
Ikroop – One beauteous form.
Iksha – Sight
Ila – Woman from Earth
Indeera – Indeera as a girl’s name is of Hindia and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Indeera is ‘splendid’. Indeera is a variant of the Hindi and Sanskrit name Indira.
India – Derived from river Indus Country name
Indira – Splendid
Indira – Indira as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin meaning ‘splendid’. In Hindu mythology, Indira is the wife of Vishnu.
Indrakshi – The one with beautiful eyes
Indu – Light descent
Indukala – The moonlight
Indulala – Moonlight
Induma – Malayali term for moon.
Indumukhi – A woman with a moon like face.
Iniya – Sweet
Iraja – The wind’s daughter
Ishvari – Divine
Ishya – The season spring.
Izna – Light
Sanskrit girl names starting with J
Jagacitra – Wonder of the Universe, In Sanskrit it literally means universe taken as a picture
Jalaadhi – Sanskrit name meaning Ocean, The Sea, Living in Water, A Crocodile
Janaki – Goddess Sita
Janya – Life
Jaya – Derived from Sanskrit origin meaning ‘victorious’
Jayane – Victorious
Jayasree – Goddess of victory
Jaye – In English a type of a bird, Jay bird, In Sanskrit success.
Jayita – Victor
Jayna – Bringer of victory
Jena – Jena as a girl’s name is of Sanskrit and Arabic origin meaning ‘endurance or little bird’.
Jina – they are born investigator with the leadership skills. They like to keep themselves moving and have curiosity to learn and gain knowledge.
Jinisha – it means superior. Girls with this name are strong, intelligent and independent. They never compromise about their work and have curiosity to learn new things.
Jolene – the name is combination of two words Jo and elene. Such people have excellent judgemental and analyzing understanding and usually are introverts.
Jorani – A radiant jewel
Jyotsna – Goddess Durga
Sanskrit girl names starting with K
Kairavi – Moonlight
Kali – A name borne in Hindu mythology by the wife of Shiva goddes of death and destruction, meaning ‘black one’. Conversely means ‘rosebud’ in Greek.
Kalinda – sun, name of mountains
Kalindee – Yamuna river
Kaliyanei – Beautiful and lovely woman.
Kalli – Kalli is a girl’s name meaning ‘cup’, ‘fairest’, ‘most beautiful’, or ‘black’. It is a variant of the Latin and Greek name Calista, the Greek names Callie, Kallista, and Kallie, and the Hindi and Sanskrit name Kali.
Kalpana – Imagination
Kalya – Praise
Kama – Kama as a girl’s name is of Sanskrit and Hebrew origin meaning ‘love or ripe’.
Kamini – Worthy
Kamma – Sanskrit meaning of the name is Love, and the Arabic meaning is Perfect
Kanankuntala – A woman who have dense hair like dense forest
Kandula – Kandula name means Itching
Kaneila – Beautiful like a rose.
Kankanjali – An offering of Gold, or one who is a precious offering as gold
Kanleakhana – A woman of character.
Kannareth – A beautiful quality.
Kannitha – Angels
Kanta – Gorgeous
Kanti – Lovely
Kapila – Tawny, Reddish Brown, Derived from the Sanskrit word Kapi which means monkey
Karishma – Miracle
Karisma – Favor, Gift, Carisma, A variant spelling of Karishma which means miracle in Sanskrit
Karma – Fate, destiny
Karma – Karma as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin meaning ‘fate or destiny’. In Buddhism and Hinduism, karma is the inevitable effect of actions during life.
Kashi – Radiant
Kashmir – Kashmir as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin for a state in India.
Kasi – Radiant
Kaur – Princess
Kausalya – Woman from Kosala
Kavia – Poetry in motion, poem
Kavisha – Lord of poets, a small poem
Kavita – Poetic
Kazhmir – Kazhmir as a girl’s name has Hindi and Sanskrit origins. The meaning of Kazhmir is the name of a state in India. Is related to the name Kashmir.
Keshi – A woman with long hairs, or a long haired woman
Kesor – A heavenly woman.
Kevalya – The name means Aloneness
Khevna – Wish
Khyana – Light or deity
Kimisha – A question form asking about the desires of a person
Kiran – Derived from the Sanskrit meaning ‘ray of light’, ‘Kiran’ is predominantly used in the English language.
Kirtida – Giving fame
Kolab – A pretty rose flower
Kolthida – A noble-born woman
Kravann – A tiny golden brown flower.
Krishna – Black,’ ‘dark,’ or ‘dark blue’
Krishna – Meaning ‘the dark skinned one’ or ‘black and blue’, this can be a girls name also and is the name given to the Hindu diety.
Kumari – Son
Kunthea – Sweet smelling or beautiful fragrance.
Kunti – Spear
Kusa – The sacred grass
Kwina – Queen
Sanskrit girl names starting with L
Lakia – One who is born on Tuesday
Lakshmi – Lakshmi as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin meaning ‘good sign or good omen’. Lakshmi is the goddess of abundance, beauty, and prosperity.
Lalita – Pleasant, playful, In Hindu mythology, Lalita is playmate to the god Krishna.
Lalita – Lalita as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin meaning ‘playful’. In Hindu mythology, Lalita is the mistress-playmate of the young Krishna.
Lata – Vine plant
Lavanya – Gracefulness
Laxmi – Laxmi as a girl’s name has Hindi and Sanskrit origins. The meaning of Laxmi is ‘good sign, good omen’. Is related to the name Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of prosperity, good luck, and beauty.
Laylah – A person who is born in a nighttime
Leakena – Characteristic and quality
Leela – Playful
Leela – The name Leela is a girl’s name of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘play’.
Leelamayee – One who is playful who plays amorous sport
Lila – Divine play, sport
Liniksha – A lovable woman.
Liswini – A beautiful woman.
Logaratchagi – A woman with bright eyes.
Lopika – Sweetness
Lubania – Flowers
Luxmi – Goddess
Sanskrit girl names starting with M
Maanasa – The unity of mind and soul
Madhavi – Born in springtime
Madhuri – Sweet
Mahi – World
Mahua – A name of the flowering tree
Maithili – Goddess Sita
Mala – A rosary or a gland of flowers
Malati – Jasmine flower
Malaysia – This location name was one the most popular named after a country in 2014. In Sanskrit it means sandalwood trees.
Malini – Aromatic
Malis – Name of southeast Asian jasmine.
Maly – Blossom
Manashi – A deeply spiritual person
Manasi – A person whose mind is sound
Manasija – One who is born of the mind
Manavi – A primal woman
Mandala – The name Mandala is a girl’s name of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘circle’.
Mandeep – The light of the mind
Manika – Manika as a girl’s name is of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘jewels’. The word ‘mani’ is linked with the male desire, and is a common element in Hindu names.
Manila – Son’s jewel
Maniman – A girl who is like a necklace of jewels
Manini – Self respected, Strong minded, A lady who is strong and powerful in her deeds
Manisha – Wise
Manorma – Beautiful
Marici – One who is a beam of light
Matali – A woman known for her friendship, for being a good friend
May – May as a girl’s name is of English origin meaning ‘the fifth month’. The month of May was named for Maia, the Roman earth goddess. It is also a short form of the names Matthew and Mary.
Maya – Illusion, fantasy or God’s power, also a variant of Maia
Maya – A name that has many possible meanings and origins: a variant of the English name May, from the Sanskrit for ‘dreams’ or ‘illusions’, from the Latin meaning ‘great’, or from the Hebrew for ‘water.’
Mayawati – Full of Illusion
Mayuri – Peahen
Mealea – Flower garland
Medhas – An intelligent young girl
Medhavi – A person who is wise and intelligent
Medini – A dame of the earth
Meena – Precious stone
Meena – Meena as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin meaning ‘fish’. In Hindu mythology, Meena was the name of a wife of Shiva.
Meera – A commonly used name in English and Indian, it is of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘prosperous’
Mekhla – Slope of a mountain, Belt, dress, A variant spelling is Mekhala
Melapaka – The person who makes unity or accord among the community or society.
Menika – One who is born of the mind, A fairy
Menka – Innate of the concentration, born of the awareness
Merutunga – A tall person, one who has a tall height
Miah – Of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘illusion, dreams’, a popular Indian name.
Milan – Milan may be a fashionable city in Italy, but it’s also a well-liked girls’ name in the US (tied to the place names trend). In the rest of the world, though, it’s a popular boys’ name—Colombian pop singer Shakira named her son Milan in 2013. The name (pronounced MEE-lahn) comes from a Sanskrit word that means “a unification or coming together.”
Minakshi – The one having the beautiful fish-liked eyes
Minalaya – A place where fishes are kept or found.
Minisha – The Goddess of fish, also the devotee of Lord Krishna
Mira – In Latin It means A wonderful person. In Slavic it stands for peace. In Sanskrit it means the sea or an ocean
Mishika – The person with the sweetness of sugar
Mitaksh – The eye of the dear friend, or the friend of the eye
Mital – The friendship or the companionship
Mitali – The friendly person, a good friend
Mithal – The close companion or a dear friend
Mittali – A close person, closer than friend
Mittu – The close dear friend
Mittul – A beloved friendship
Mitula – A moderate person, an average one, pleasant
Modin – A beautiful girl, the gracious one. Also refers to a tiny and sweet fruit ‘The Plum’
Mohana – The girdle or belt which strengthens the dress around the waist
Mohik – Active, hard working person, a fawner.
Mohini – Enchanting
Mohisha – A bee, honey bun, sugar bunch, sweetie
Mohita – The Male sovereign, ruler of a kingdom.
Mokshita – The women to wants to be free or liberated
Moksin – The one who is free from any kind of attachment
Mony – A precious stone, gem.
Mora – Peacock
Morara – A beautiful bird peacock
Mranalini – The bunch of lotus flowers
Mrida – A form of Lord Durga
Mridhah – One who kill the enemies, Lord Durga
Mridula – A soft person, a tender one
Mriga – The antelope or a deer
Mriganayani – One who have the beautiful eyes as an antelope
Mrigmada – The female antelope
Mrinala – The collection of lotus flower
Mrinali – The stem of the lotus flower
Mrinalika – The stalk of the lotus
Mrinmoy – Something made out of earth
Mritheya – one who have a numerous friends
Mudita – Joy
Mukta – Free
Sanskrit girl names starting with N
Nagmani – The gem of the serpents
Naika – The female chief or the leader
Nain – The eyes, from where one can see
Naina – The two beautiful eyes
Nainappan – One own’s eyes or the eyes of the own
Naindeep – The lamp of the eyes
Nainika – The one who has attractive and shining eyes.
Nairiti – Who belongs to the south-west
Nakesha – The monarch or ruler of blue havens.
Nakry – Night-blooming flower
Nalika – The stem of Lotus flower
Nalin – The beautiful lotus flower
Nalina – The flower grown in water
Nalinaksh – Who have the eyes as graceful as lotus
Nalinaksha – The lotus-like eyes
Nalini – The water-lily or the lotus
Namasya – The person who deserves the worthy of honour and praise.
Namita – One who bestow in humbleness
Namrata – Humbleness, nobleness
Namrita – The most humble or a modest person
Nandana – One who is enjoying the happiness
Nandar – Rejoice or happiness
Nandha – Jo of peace and comfort
Nandhika – A Girl who is very happy. Goddess Laxmi
Nandhini – The Goddess of Luck. Goddess Laxmi
Nandika – Water vessel made up of clay
Nandini – Delightful, pleasing
Nandita – One who is at ease and joyous
Nandna – A baby girl or a daughter
Narang – Orange color, as Orange is the color of Hindu. Hindu clan Aroras
Nayanmani – the Gem of the eyes
Nayannandana – The joy or happiness of the eyes
Nayanranjana – The delight of the eyes
Nayna – The beautiful eyes
Nearidei – White four-leafed flower.
Neela – Dark blue’ or ‘sky blue’ or ‘sapphire blue’ (a brilliant shade of blue), for girls
Neela – The name Neela is a girl’s name of Hindi, Sanskrit, African origin meaning ‘sapphire blue’.
Neeladree – The top of the mountain reflects blue color.
Neelam – Blue sapphire
Neer – The clean fresh drinking water
Neeranjana – A woman who is without any bad qualities
Neha – Love and affection
Nikhila – Wholesome
Nila – Blue
Nila – Navy
Nilam – Resembling the color of light shade of blue.
Nilambari – The pleasant blue sky
Nilima – Bluish
Ninarika – The God’s Angel
Niradhara – The one who is a self starter, not in need of help from others.
Nirahankara – The person who does not have the inflated feeling of pride in their superiority.
Nirakula – The one who is without nervousness, tension and distress.
Niranjani – Personification of warmth or temperature.
Nirargala – The one who is not prevented or slowed.
Nirmala – The cleanest one
Nirupama – Unmatched
Nirvana – One who blows out
Nisha – Night
Nishkalanka – A honest and pure person
Nishkama – The honest work without selfishness
Nishkarana – Self-less reason
Nishtha – Devotion or faith towards God
Nistula – One who cant be compared
Nitara – One who have the deep roots
Nithya – The ethical path
Nithyan – The right or ethical path
Nitika – Morality
Nitya – Perpetual
Nivritti – Separate
Nupoor – An anklet that gives a pleasant sound while walking
Nupur – The one who wears the anklet around her ankle.
Nupura – The one who wears anklet.
Nushi – Sweetened or sugary.
Nyla – Of Sanskrit orign meaning ‘blue’, a spelling variant of the English and Indian anem Nila.
Sanskrit girl names starting with O
Oja – Vitality
Ojasvee – A decent and noble king. A Kind hearted ruler.
Ojasvi – Bright
Ojasvini – Energetic
Ojasvita – Disposition
Ojaswini – A female who is the protector or defender of the wealth.
Ojaswita – A person who is a noble winner or a noble victory.
Oma – Life
Omana – Ladyship or female sex or feminine.
Omkareshwari – Another name of holy Parvathi.
Oneta – Full of mercy or grace, favourable
Onika – A courageous soldier
Ooma – Ooma as a girl’s name is related to the Hindi and Sanskrit name Uma. The meaning of Ooma is ‘do not’.
Oorja – The energy or the power
Oormi – The waves of water
Oormila – The waves of passion, passionate girl
Opal – Opal as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin meaning ‘gem or jewel’. Opal is a uniquely colorful iridescent gemstone for the month of October.
Opalina – Opalina as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Opalina is ‘gem or jewel’. Opalina is a variant of the Hindi and Sanskrit name Opal.
Opaline – Opaline as a girl’s name is of Hindi origin, and the meaning of Opaline is ‘gem, jewel’.
Opall – Opall as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Opall is ‘gem or jewel’. Opall is a variant of the Hindi and Sanskrit name Opal.
Sanskrit girl names starting with P
Padma – The name Padma is a girl’s name of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘lotus’.
Pallavi – New leaf
Pariyat – Flower
Paru – Master, furnished
Parul – Flower
Parushi – She who is beautiful and intelligent
Parvati – The name Parvati is a girl’s name of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘the daughter of the mountain’.
Pavana – The name Pavana is a girl’s name of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘peacock’.
Pavika – A name of Goddess Saraswati
Pertiwi – The earth
Phhoung – Wreath
Pinal – God of child
Ponnleu – Light or illumination
Pradha – She who is extremely distinguished
Prahasini – A girl who loves smiling
Prahi – Wellness
Pramda – A young, joyful woman
Pranjul – A person who is truthful and dignified
Prashvi – A mark of love
Prasoona – A Flower
Prathysha – A woman beautiful as a dawn, one who is like the sunrise
Pratima – Mirror image
Pravika – She who is intelligent
Praxi – Intelligent
Prema – Loving
Priti – One who brings pleasure, love and joy
Pritika – A darling, beloved and dear little girl
Pritikana – She is an atom of love
Priya – Priya is a name used in the Indian language. It means ‘beloved’, ‘lovable’ or ‘sweet-natured’.
Punthea – A gentle spirit.
Punyaloka – A name meaning Sita and Druapadi
Purala – Name of the Goddess Durga
Purnima – Full moon
Purya – A person who deserves to be fulfilled
Pushpa – Blossom
Pushpavathi – Something that is flower decorated
Puskarini – A lake where the lotus flowers grow
Puspamala – A garland made of flowers
Puspawati – Female flower
Puteri – Daughter or princess
Puti – A woman of great purity
Putrea – Cambodian word for plum.
Sanskrit girl names starting with R
Raadhi – Achievement or success.
Rabani – Divine
Rabhya – Worshipped
Rachany – Night
Radha – Radha as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin meaning ‘success’. In Hindu religion, the name of one of Krishna’s consorts.
Raga – The name Raga is a girl’s name of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘color or melody’.
Ragini – Melody
Raine – Raine as a girl’s name (also used as boy’s name Raine), is a variant of Raina, Rani (Hebrew, Sanskrit) and Regina (Latin), and the meaning of Raine is ‘she is singing, queen’.
Raja – Raja as a boy’s name (also used as a girl’s name), is related to the Hindi and Sanskrit name Rajan. The meaning of Raja is ‘king’.
Rajanae – Rajanae as a girl’s name is a variant of Rajani (Hindi, Sanskrit), and the meaning of Rajanae is ‘night’.
Rajanee – Rajanee as a girl’s name is a variant of Rajani (Hindi, Sanskrit), and the meaning of Rajanee is ‘night’.
Rajani – Rajani as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin meaning ‘night’. In Hindu mythology, Rajani is one of the wives of Shiva.
Rajvi – Queen
Rama – The name Rama is a girl’s name of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘lofty’.
Ramana – The name Ramana is a girl’s name of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘beautiful’.
Ramila – Lover
Ranamita – A friend in need
Ranee – Ranee as a girl’s name is of Hebrew, Sanskrit, and French origin, and the meaning of Ranee is ‘queen’. Ranee is a variant of the Hebrew and Sanskrit name Rani and the French name Renee.
Rangsei – Ray of light
Rani – Rani as a girl’s name is of Hebrew and Sanskrit origin meaning ‘she is singing or queen’.
Rania – Rania as a girl’s name is a variant of Rani (Hebrew, Sanskrit), and the meaning of Rania is ‘she is singing, queen’.
Ranice – Ranice is a girl’s name meaning ‘she is singing’, ‘song’, or ‘queen’. It is related to the Hebrew and Sanskrit name Rani and the Hebrew name Ranita.
Ranie – Sanskrit variation of Rana, origin meaning queenly’.
Ranique – Ranique as a girl’s name is a variant of Rani (Hebrew, Sanskrit), and the meaning of Ranique is ‘she is singing, queen’.
Ranit – Ranit is a girl’s name meaning ‘she is singing’, ‘song’, or ‘queen’. It is a variant of the Hebrew and Sanskrit name Rani and the Hebrew name Ranita.
Ratanaporn – Crystal blessing
Ratih – The Goddess of beauty
Reach – A beautiful woman.
Reasmey – Sunshine
Reepal – Love
Rekha – One who is like a line
Rewa – Swift
Richa – Hymn
Riddhi – Fortunate
Ridhima – Full of love
Ridhushni – Season
Rina – Greens from the Village, Song, Joy, It has a Sanskrit meaning as melted or dissolved
Ritika – Bronze
Riya – Vocalist
Riyanshi – Cheerful
Rohana – Rohana as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin meaning ‘sandalwood’.
Rohanna – Rohanna as a girl’s name is a variant of Rohana (Hindi, Sanskrit), and the meaning of Rohanna is ‘sandalwood’.
Romini – Pretty
Roshana – Roshana as a girl’s name is a variant of Roshan (Hindi, Sanskrit), and the meaning of Roshana is ‘shining light’.
Roshandra – Roshandra as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Roshandra is ‘shining light’. Roshandra is related to the name Roshan.
Roshaundra – Roshaundra as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Roshaundra is ‘shining light’. Roshaundra is related to the name Roshan.
Roshawn – Roshawn as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Roshawn is ‘shining light’. Roshawn is related to the name Roshan.
Roshawna – Roshawna as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Roshawna is ‘shining light’. Roshawna is related to the name Roshan.
Roshita – Illuminated
Rupamanjari – Made of silver
Rupina – A beautiful woman
Sanskrit girl names starting with S
Saachi – Truth
Saagnika – Fiery, passionate, or with fire
Saahana – Raga
Saahithi – Literature
Saanvika – A name of Goddess Lakshmi
Saarya – Name of a pious woman
Saavini – The name refers to the month of Saavan.
Sachika – One who is kind
Sadhvi – A virtuous girl
Saesha – Saesha as a girl’s name is of Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Saesha is ‘meaningful life’. Saesha is related to the name Saisha.
Sagara – A woman who is like the ocean
Sahaja – Natural
Sahita – The Lord Saibaba Message
Saisha – Saisha as a girl’s name is of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘meaningful life or truth of life’. Saisha is a Hindi princess and a name that appears in religious chants.
Sajni – A dearly and deeply loved person
Sakhi – A good companion and loyal friend
Salmavati – She who is peaceful
Salmee – A woman with calm disposition.
Sameeksha – A woman with understanding nature
Samphy – Hardworking or busy
Sampreeti – Real love and attachment
Samta – Equality
Sandar – Moon
Sanheeta – A compilation or a bunch of Vedic hymns
Sanika – Flute
Sanithi – Obtainment
Sanjiya – Love, beauty and brilliance.
Sanjona – The creator.
Sanjushree – Beautiful
Sansa – The name Sansa is a girl’s name of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘praise, charm’.
Santati – A name of Goddess Durga. It means granter of wishes.
Sarayu – Wind
Sarika – Bird, a parrot
Satha – Faith, one who is faithful
Saumya – Goddess Durga
Savara – The tone or the tunes, self shining
Seetha – A furrow, or the Goddess of Harvest
Semanti – The Indian white rose
Sendhen – She who is as sweet as honey
Sevandhi – Chrysanthemum
Shandra – Shandra as a girl’s name is of English origin and is possibly a variant of the Sanskrit Chandra meaning ‘of the moon’.
Shanta – Peaceful, durga
Sharmila – Sharmila as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin meaning ‘happy’.
Shashibala – The moon
Shashikala – Phases of Moon, crescent, moon’s arc
Shilpa – The name Shilpa is a girl’s name of Hindi, Sanskrit origin meaning ‘ornament, work of art’.
Shreeya – A name of Goddess Lakshmi. It means lucky.
Shrejal – A beautiful name, meaning best, first or foremost.
Shrena – A name of Goddess Lakshmi.
Shreya – Shreya is an Indian name that means ‘ lucky’ or ‘auspicious’.
Shuki – One who is bright and quick witted
Shulka – A name of Goddess Saraswati
Shumi – Light
Simran – Simran is a Sanskrit word meaning ‘realisation of that which is of the highest aspect and purpose in one’s life’.
Sinhi – Lioness
Sitara – morning star
Siyasundari – Wife of Lord Shiva
Sokha – One who is peaceful and content with his or her life.
Sreva – A good natured woman.
Srutayudha – The glorious battle or war
Star – A Star
Sunita – Sunita as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin meaning ‘well-behaved’.
Supriya – Well-loved
Suriani – Sun
Suriawati – Female sun
Swapnasundari – A woman of dreams
Swapnika – Dreams
Swara – Tones or self shining
Swetambari – An angel dressed in white
Sanskrit girl names starting with T
Taalika – Calm or nightingale.
Taamraparnee – Copper leaves
Taaraka – Star or meteor
Taarini – Taarini is one of the name of Goddess Durga. It means she who frees.
Tahj – One who is crowned
Taija – Taija as a girl’s name has Hindi and Sanskrit origis. The meaning of Taija is ‘crown’. Is related to the name Taja.
Taisha – Taisha as a girl’s name is related to the Arabic name Aisha and the Hindi and Sanskrit name Taja. The meaning of Taisha is ‘alive and well’.
Taiunaya – Absorbed in or identical.
Taja – Taja as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin meaning ‘crown’. It is a feminine form of Taj.
Tajah – Tajah as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Tajah is ‘crown’. Tajah is related to the name Taja.
Tajanae – Tajanae as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Tajanae is ‘crown’. Tajanae is related to the name Taja.
Tajanee – Tajanee as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Tajanee is ‘crown’. Tajanee is related to the name Taja.
Tajia – Tajia as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Tajia is ‘crown’. Tajia is related to the name Taja.
Tajiana – Tajiana as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Tajiana is ‘crown’. Tajiana is related to the name Taja.
Talika – A person of a specified kind or character
Tamarai – Lotus flower, beautiful or great.
Tanaya – My daughter
Tapani – The river Godavari
Tara – Star, a goddess of Hindu and Buddhist mythology
Tara – Tara as a girl’s name is of Gaelic and Sanskrit origin meaning ‘hill or star’. Ancient Tara was the site of the ‘stone of destiny’ on which Irish kings resided. In Hindu mythology, Tara is one of the names of the wife of Shiva.
Tarah – Tarah as a girl’s name is of Gaelic origin, and the meaning of Tarah is ‘hill’. Tarah is related to the Irish name Tara.
Taralyn – Taralyn as a girl’s name is of Gaelic origin, and the meaning of Taralyn is ‘hill’. Taralyn is related to the Irish name Tara.
Taralynn – Taralynn as a girl’s name is of Gaelic origin, and the meaning of Taralynn is ‘hill’. Taralynn is related to the Irish name Tara.
Tarra – Tarra as a girl’s name is of Gaelic and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Tarra is ‘hill’. Tarra is a variant of the Gaelic and Sanskrit name Tara.
Tarrah – Tarrah as a girl’s name is of Gaelic origin, and the meaning of Tarrah is ‘hill’. Tarrah is related to the Irish name Tara.
Teertah – A holy place
Teja – Bright and radiant.
Thamanna – One who is desired
Thawda – Moon
Thooya – Pure, a pure soul.
Tiarni – Derived from the Sanskrit name Treana meaning ‘piercing’ it is chiefly used in English.
Tisya – Auspicious
Tivri – Auspicious
Tokini – A bird
Treena – One who is piercing something
Triana – In Sanskrit it means one who is piercing. In Spanish it means Third
Tribeni – The meeting point of three sacred rivers
Tribhuvaneshwari – The Lord of one who has the knowledge of three worlds
Trilochoni – One who have three eyes, Goddess Durga
Trinesha – Flower opening on the third day.
Trishana – Thirst, aspiration, carving for something
Trushna – Hunger
Tungabhadra – A highly auspicious or blessed, Name of an Indian river
Sanskrit girl names starting with U
Ubika – Growth
Uchimakali – Name of one of the Hindu goddess.
Udakanjali – Lustrous
Udantika – Satisfaction
Udaranga – A woman with a beautiful body.
Udarata – Greatness
Udaya – The feminine version of Uday, meaning dawn.
Udbala – Strong, a strong woman
Udgita – A hymn
Udgiti – Song
Udhayarani – Rising queen
Udichi – One who grows with prosperity.
Udipti – On fire
Uditi – Rising
Udvita – A river filled with lotus flowers.
Udyati – Elevated
Ujala – Light, Brightness, Shining, Radiant, Luminant
Ujas – Bright or shining.
Ujesha – Victorious
Ujhala – Light or bright
Ujjayini – Ujjayini is the name of an ancient city. It means rising.
Ujjwala – Bright or lustrous. A woman with a bright personality.
Ukti – Saying
Ulka – Ulka is a traditional Malayalam name, meaning meteorite.
Uma – Uma as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin meaning ‘splendor or tranquility’. It is one of the names of the Indian goddess Sakti, wife of Shiva, in her guise as light.
Umarani – Queen of queens
Umika – One of the names of Goddess Parvati.
Unmesha – Visible
Upadhi – Degree
Upama – Comparison or commonplace
Upasna – Worship
Urja – One with high levels of energy
Urmi – Wave of the sea.
Urvara – Fertile
Urvasi – The most beautiful of all the apsaras or angels.
Urvija – A name of Goddess Laxmi
Urvisha – Lord of The Earth
Usha – Usha as a girl’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin meaning ‘dawn’. In mythology, Usha is the daughter of heaven, sister of night.
Ushadevi – Goddess of morning or dawn
Ushakiran – Rays of the morning sun.
Usharvi – Raga in the morning
Ushashi – Morning
Ushi – Plant
Ushika – A name of Goddess Parvati
Ushmi – Heat or energy
Usra – Light
Usri – Name of a river.
Utpalini – A lotus pond.
Utsaah – Encourage or excitement
Uttara – A star, or north direction.
Uttarika – Crossing river
Sanskrit girl names starting with V
Vaagdevi – The Goddess of learning.
Vaagiswari – A name of Goddess Saraswati.
Vaanya – Name of the Hindu deity of forests.
Vaarahi – One who rides on varaah. Also, one of the matrikas. A group of eight mother Goddess in the Hindu religion.
Vaarida – Cloud
Vaasanthi – Name of the spring goddess.
Vada – Wiseness
Vadhana – Bright star
Vaijayantimala – Lord Vishnu’s garland
Vajra – Diamond, a precious gemstone.
Valini – Stars
Vallabha – Lover
Vallari – Name of Goddess Sita
Valli – Creeper
Vallika – Malayali for creeper.
Vamil – Beautiful, a beautiful woman
Vamshi – Flute
Vani – A name of Goddess Saraswati. It means ‘eloquent in words’.
Vanini – Soft spoken
Vanishree – One of many names of Goddess Saraswathi signifying her form holding Veena
Vanita – A lady or woman
Vanmala – A garland of wildflower.
Vanshi – A variant of Vamshi, meaning flute.
Varija – Lotus
Varuda – Earth
Varuna – Goddess
Varuni – Name of a Hindu goddess. It means infinite.
Varya – Treasure or something precious
Vasanta – Spring
Vasuda – Earth
Vasudhara – Earth
Vasumati – An angel or apsara of unequalled beauty.
Vatsala – A loving and caring woman.
Veda – Veda as a girl’s name is of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘knowledge or wisdom’. The Vedas are the four sacred books of the Hindus.
Vedakshi – The one who knows knowledge
Vedangi – A part of Vedas
Vedanshi – A part of Veda
Vedanti – Wisdom or follower of the Vedas
Vedasya – The one who knows Vedas
Vedha – Truth, pious
Vedica – One who has Knowledge of the Vedas
Vedis – Vedis as a girl’s name is of Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Vedis is ‘wisdom’. Vedis is related to the name Veda.
Vedisha – Lord of Vedas
Veditha – A name of Goddess Lakshmi
Vedvika – The one who spread sacred knowledge
Veida – Veida as a girl’s name is of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘knowledge, wisdom’.
Vela – The name Vela is a girl’s name of Latin, Sanskrit origin meaning ‘shore, coast’.
Vena – Longing
Venya – Lovable
Veta – Veta as a girl’s name has Hebrew and Sanskrit origins. The meaning of Veta is ‘God’s promise, God is my oath, knowledge, wisdom’. Is related to the names Elizabeth and Veda.
Vidhut – A Malayali term for electricity.
Vidula – A Malayali term for moon.
Vidushi – Learned
Viha – Heaven or angel
Vijaya – Victory or victorious.
Vijayalakshmi – The goddess of victory.
Vijul – A Silk-cotton tree
Vikasni – A name of Goddess Lakshmi
Vimala – Pure, clean, holy or white
Vina – Playing a stringed instrument
Vinanti – Vinanti means doing prayer or request.
Vinata – Vinata is the name of Garuda’s mother. It means humble.
Vindhuja – Knowledge
Vinita – Vinita is a variant of Vineeta and means humble or requester
Vinodini – A happy and cheerful girl.
Vipasha – Vyas
Virali – One who priceless, rare, valuable
Virangana – She who is brave
Viri – Flower
Virika – Bravery, a brave woman
Visala – Celestial or apsara
Visheta – Self control
Vishweswari – Subject
Vitaka – World
Viti – Light
Vividha – Strange
Viyoginee – Pathway
Vridhi – Increase
Vrika – The moon
Vritika – Success in life, or thought
Vritti – Nature or behavior
Vyoma – Bird, who lives in the sky
Vyomini – She who is divine.
Vyusti – The first gleam of dawn.
Sanskrit girl names starting with W
Waamil – An extremely beautiful girl.
Wamika – Goddess Durga
Wubitu – Beautiful
Sanskrit girl names starting with X
Xoti – Small
Sanskrit girl names starting with Y
Yaagnya – A ritual sacrifice with a specific objective.
Yaalisai – Melodious
Yachana – Entreaty, prayer, pleading
Yadavi – A name of Goddess Durga.
Yadhana – Smile
Yadita – Lord of the night.
Yadvi – Goddess Durga
Yagapriya – Name of a Raga
Yagavi – Bright
Yagnitha – Worship
Yahvi – Heaven or earth
Yajnika – Flame
Yakootah – Emerald
Yama – Mountain, Restrainer.
Yamika – Night
Yamuna – One of the holy rivers of India.
Yamya – Night
Yangkyi – An adorable girl.
Yanti – Yanti is a name of Goddess Parvati and means thoughts.
Yashashree – God’s name for success
Yashica – Successful, brave and intelligent lady.
Yashna – To pray
Yashodhara – Bearer of fame or glory
Yashwitha – Success
Yasti – Slim
Yathartha – Truth
Yati – A name of Goddess Durga. It means one who strives with pertinacity of purpose.
Yatika – A name of Goddess Durga
Yavanika – Curtain of the stage.
Yogyasri – Good
Yoshita – Women or lady
Yubhashana – A name of Goddess Mahalakshmi
Yukti – Trick or solution
Yulagamahadevi – Young girl
Yulaganayaki – The earth
Yutika – Flower
Yuvaraani – Princess
Sanskrit girl names starting with Z
Zaanjar – Anklet
Zankar – Woman with a melodious voice.
Zankrut – Auspicious
Zar – Lace
Zaw – Burmese word for saint or practitioner or yoga
Zyanna – Heart of light