Diva comes from an English word referring to a distinguished female singer or prima donna which comes from Latin dīva meaning “goddess; female deity”, the feminine form of dīvus (godlike, godly; belonging to a deity) which derives from PIE *deywós (god), a derivative of root *dyew- (bright; sky, heaven). Diva is also an Indian female name which comes from Old Marathi meaning…


Rohit is an Indian male name meaning “red” which comes from Sanskrit rohita रोहित, used to refer to a red horse or a red deer. It derives from Proto-Indo-European *h₁rewdʰ- (red). Rohit also features in Hindu myth as the form of a red deer taken by the god Brahma Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Rohita (Indian) male Rohith (Indian)  


Chandra is an Indian unisex name derived from Sanskirt chand ( चन्द ) meaning “moon” and also meaning “to shine, glow”. It derives from Proto-Indo-European root word (s)kand- or *kand- (to shine). In Hindu mythology, Chandra is the Hindu god of the moon. He is depicted as young and beautiful, a two armed god with a club and a lotus, who…


Rohan is an Indian male name meaning “ascending” from Sanskrit rohana. Rohan is also the name of a place in France though the exact origins behind the name is unknown. Rohan is also a surname, a variant form of Rowan, an Irish surname which is the anglicized form of Ó Ruadháin meaning “descendant of Ruadhán”, the latter derived from Irish ruadh meaning “red”, derived…


Kali is the name of a Hindu goddess associated with death and destruction and the consort of Shiva. The name derives from Sanskrit meaning “black, dark-colored”, which also comes from the same root word as kali, which is kala meaning “time, era, age, epoch”; kali is the feminine form of kala. Kali iss also being the name of a (male) demon whose name…


Runa has several possible meanings and etymologies such as: it is the Scandinavian feminine form of Rune, derived from Old Norse rún meaning “secret lore” which comes from Proto-Germanic *rūnō (whisper, murmur). it’s also a Latin word meaning “dart” or “javelin”; it’s also a Latvian word meaning “speech, delivery, talk”; it’s also a Quechua word meaning “man, person,…


Sanjay is an Indian male name, the modern form of Sanjaya meaning “victorious, triumphant” in Sanskrit. In the Hindu epic poem, the Mahabharata, Sanjaya features as a charioteer who has the gift of divine sight. Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Sanjaya (Hinduism) Sunjay  


Ravi is an Indian male name meaning “sun” in Sanskrit as well as also being a synonym with Surya which also means “sun” in Sanskrit. In Hindu myth, Surya is the god of sun and Ravi is one of many names he is known by. Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Rabi (Bengali)  


Jyoti (pr. jo-tee; Forvo) is an Indian unisex name meaning “light” from Sanskrit. Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Jyothi (Malayalam, Telugu) Jothi (Tamil) Jothi (Tamil)  


Sonali is an Indian female name meaning “gold” or “golden”, ultimately deriving from Sanskrit suvarna (good color). Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Sonal (a unisex form of the name) Sona (f) Swarna (u) Swaran (Punjabi; u)  


Ganesh is a variant form of Ganesha, an Indian male name meaning “lord of the hordes” composed from Sanskrit gana (horde, multitude) and isha (lord, ruler). In Hindu mythology, Ganesh is the name of the Hindu god of good fortune, wisdom, and of gates and beginnings. He is depicted as having the head of an elephant and the body…


Aditi is an Indian female name meaning “free, limitless, boundless, entire”, “freedom, security” or “have nothing to give” in Sanskrit. Aditi is also the name of the Mother Goddess in Hindu mythology, mother of all the gods and of the whole cosmos, as well as being the Goddess of divine wisdom. Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Adhiti (Indian)…