Priyanka

Priyanka is an Indian female name meaning “agreeable, ambiable”. Origin: Sanskrit  

Abhijit

Abhijit is an Indian male name meaning “victorious” and is the Sanskrit name for Vega, the brightest star in the Lyra constellation. Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Abhijeet (Indian, Hindi, Marathi, Bengali) Abhijeeta (Indian, Hindi)  

Ammar, Amar

Ammar is an Arabic male name meaning “long-lived” which comes from the same root word as Omar. While Amar is a variant spelling of the name, it’s also an Indian male name meaning “immortal”. Amar is also the Egyptian Arabic form of qamar meaning “moon” and can be used as an Egyptian given name for either gender. Egyptian…

Nasreen

Nasreen is a variant spelling of Nasrin, a Persian female name meaning “wild rose”. Origin: Persian Variants: Nasrin (Persian, Bengali) Nesrin (Turkish) Nasrin (Arabic) Nesreen (Arabic) Nasrine (Arabic) Nisrine (Maghrebi Arabic) Nesrine (Maghrebi Arabic) Naisrín (Irish)   Nasrin-نسرین (Persian)  

Vivek

Vivek is an Indian male name meaning “wisdom, knowledge; distinction, discrimination” in Sanskrit. In this case, discrimination refers to being able to discern between what is right or wrong, or what is important or real. Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Bibek (Bengali, Nepali)   Female forms: Viveka (Hindi, Indian)   Vivek- विवेक (HIndi, Marathi)     

Anand

Anand is an Indian male name meaning “happiness, bliss, joy, delight, pleasure” which derives from Sanskrit ānanda (pleasure, happiness, joy, delight, enjoyment). It’s also a surname originating from the given name. Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Ananda (Indian, Hindi, Tamil)- This name seems to be primarily used as a male name in India and those with Indian…

Zahir

Zahir is an Arabic male name meaning “helper, supporter” from Arabic ظَاهَرَ ẓāhara (to help, to assist, to support) which derives from Arabic root ظ ه ر (ẓ-h-r) (relating to visibility, making clear of understandable; relating to support). However, spelled ظهر (Zaahir) refers to something that is “outward, visible, manifest, to be clear” which derives from the same root word as above;…

Dipak

Dipak is an Indian male name, a modern form of Dipaka meaning “lamp, light” which derives from root word दीप् dīp (to blaze, flare, shine, be luminous or illustrious; illuminate). It’s also used to refer to an oil lamp also known as diya which is used in religious festivals such as Diwali. Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Dipika (Hindi, Indian, Marathi, Kannada,…

Ranjit

Ranjit is an Indian male name meaning “colored, pleased, delighted” or “charming, beuiling”. It’s also possible that it means “victory in battle” from Sanskrit ran रण (battle) and jit जीत (victory). Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Ranjeet (Hindi, Indian, Marathi, Bengali)