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. …

Sansa

Sansa is a female given name which many people will associate with George R.R. Martin's character in his epic fantasy series A Song of Ice and Fire. I've seen many sites list it as being derived from Sanskrit meaning "praise, admiration", which seems to come from a shortened form of praśaṃsā प्रशंसा (praise, admiration, approval, commendation). Considering that Sansa Stark …

Samara

Samara is a female given name of uncertain origin. It's the name of a city in Russia which was named after the Samara River that runs through the city (although there are several rivers named Samara in Russia). It was originally founded as a fortress city in 1586 in order to protect against invading nomadic …

Ananya

Ananya is an Indian female name meaning "matchless, unique, without equal" which comes from Sanskrit. Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Ananyaa   Ananya- अनन्य (Sanskrit)  

Jagjit

Jagjit is an Indian male name made up of Sanskrit elements jagat (world, universe, existence) and jiti (victory, conquering), so the name essentially means "conqueror of the world". Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Jagjeet (Indian)   Jagjit- जगजीत (Sanskrit)  

Kirin

Kirin is the name of a mythological creature in Chinese mythology (also spelled qirin, xilin, and qilin), a hooved chimerical creature which was said to appear when a great sage was born or the imminent death of one, and is considered an omen of good luck. The appearance of a Kirin is debated- it could have the …

Rukmini

Rukmini is a Hindi female name meaning "adorned with gold" in Sanskrit. In Hinduism, Rukmini is a princess who becomes the first wife and chief consort of Lord Krishna though her brother Rukmi didn't want her to marry Krishna but his friend Shishupala, who was a cousin of Krishna. Rukmini wanted to be with Krishna instead so she sent him a letter, …

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  

Rina

Rina is a multicultural name with a variety of meanings depending on its origin: Rina is a Hebrew female name meaning "joy, singing"; it's also an Indian female name meaning "melted" or "dissolved"; Rina is also used as a short form of names ending in -rina such as Caterina (the Italian and Catalan form of Katherine), Ekaterina (the Russian …

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 …