Aila

Aila is a Finnish female name, the Finnish form of Áile which is the Sami form of Helga, a Scandinavian female name meaning "holy, blessed". Aila could also be a variant spelling of Ayla, a Turkish female name meaning “moonlight, halo”, the first element coming from Turkish ay meaning “moon; month” and often used in female given names to indicate beauty. …

Aditya

Aditya is an Indian and Indonesian male name meaning "belonging to Aditi" or "of "Aditi", Aditi being the name of a Hindu goddess, mother of all the gods and of the whole cosmos. Aditi means "free, limitless, boundless, entire" and "freedom, safety". Adityas refers to a group of Hindu gods, the children of Aditi and Kashyapa. Origin: Proto-Indo-European …

Kartika

Kartika is an Indian female name, the feminine form of Kartik, which is a variant of Kartikeya, the name of the Hindu god of war (also known by numerous other names including Skanda, Murugan, Kumara, and Subhramany). The name is made up of Sanskrit kṛttikā कृत्तिका meaning "the cutters" via root word kṛt कृत् (to cut in pieces, to divide) which ultimately derives from a …

Ratree

Ratree is a Thai female name which refers to type of night-blooming jasmine flower, as well as a word meaning "night, evening". Ratree is also a variant transcription of Ratri, which is also an Indian and Indonesian female name and the name of a Hindu goddess of the night. The name means "night, nighttime, evening" via …

Bayu

Bayu is an Indonesian male name, a variant transcription of Vayu meaning "wind, air". In Hindu mythology, Vayu is the god of the air and wind and is one of the five classical elements in Hinduism. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Vayu (Hinduism)  

Nitya

Nitya is an Indian unisex name which means "always, eternal, everlasting" and is used as an epithet for the Hindu goddess Durga. Origin: Sanskrit Female forms: Nithya (Indian, Tamil, Kannada, Telugu, Malayalam)     Nitya- नित्या (Sanskrit)- the feminine form of the name Nitya- नित्य (Sanskrit)- the masculine form of the name  

Sunder

Sunder is an Indian male name, an alternate transcription of Sundar, itself a variant of Sundara meaning "beautiful, attractive, handsome" and also "noble" from Sanskrit. In Hindu mythology it's another name for the god Krishna. Sunder is also an Indian surname originating from the given name. Sunder is also an English word meaning "to separate, divide, sever" which …

Ira

Ira (pr. eye-rah) is a Hebrew male name meaning "watchful". In Russia and other Slavic countries, Ira (pr. ee-rah) is a female given name, a diminutive of Irina, the Slavic form of Irene, which comes from Greek Eirene meaning “peace”. In Greek mythology, Eirene is the Greek goddess of peace and the season of the spring, and is one of the Horae/Horai, goddessess of …

Hara

Hara is another name for the god Shiva in Hindu mythology, which comes from Sanskrit meaning "seizer, destroyer". Harihara is a name used to refer to the fused state of Vishnu (Hari) and Shiva (Hara) Hara is also a Japanese surname written with the kanji 原 meaning "meadow, plain, field", likely originating as a locational name, though there are likely …

Saranyu

Saranyu is the name of a Hindu goddess, one of the wives of the sun god Surya. She is a goddess of the clouds. Her name means "quick, fleet, nimble", the feminine adjective of saraṇyú. Saranyu is also a Thai male name meaning "defender, protector, guardian" via Thai Ṣ̄rạṇyū ศรัณยู. Origin: Sanskrit, Thai Feminine forms: Saranya (Indian, Tamil, Malayalam)  

Surya

Surya is the name of a sun god in Hinduism, the son of Aditi and married to Saranyu, goddess of the clouds, and her sister Chhaya. His name means "sun". Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Suriya (Tamil) Suraj (Indian, Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali, Nepali)  

Uma

Uma is another name for Parvati, a Hindu goddess of fertility, love, devotion, and power.  The name means "flax; linseed" as well as "light; splendor; fame; tranquility; night". It's also possible that Uma comes from an expression, u mā "oh, don't", because Parvati wanted to practice self-denial in order to gain Shiva's attention and her mother tried to dissuade …