What does Chantra mean?
Associated with: stone (rock).
Chantra has 1 variant: Chantri.
51 more related forms via Chantal: Chandal, Chanta, Chantaal, Chantae, Chantael, Chantai, Chantale, Chantall, Chantara, Chantarai, Chantasia, Chantay, Chantaye, Chante▼, Chantea, Chanteau, Chantee, Chantel▼, Chantela, Chantele, Chantell, Chantella, Chanter, Chantey, Chantez, Chantiel, Chantil, Chantila, Chantill, Chantle, Chantoya, Chantrel, Chantrell, Chantress, Chantrice, Chantriel, Chantrill, Chaunta, Chauntay, Chaunte, Chauntel, Chonda, Chontel, Shanda▼, Shantae, Shantal, Shantay, Shantel▼, Shaunta, Shawnta and Shonta.Creative forms:
(female) Chatra, Chestra, ..
(male) Chanton, .. Middle name pairings:
Chantra Juliana (C.J.), ..
How popular is Chantra?
Chantra is an uncommonly occurring first name for females. Chantra is an unusual surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Chantal, Chantay, Chante, Chantel, Chantell, Shanda, Shantae, Shantal, Shantel, Shaunta, Shawnta and Shonta are the prominent alternative forms of Chantra (not ranked) ranked in the Top 2000. Other variants, like Chantrill, are seldom used. Adoption of these relations of Chantra was more pronounced 3 decades ago (median #1430). (2015 Birth Statistics)
Chantra is pronounced similarly to Chantrea. Other recommended names are Alandra, Calantha, Candia, Candra, Canna, Cantara, Cara▼, Ceara, Cearra, Chader, Chalina, Chana▲, Chanach, Chanda▼, Chandara, Chandel, Chandra▼, Chandria, Chandrika, Chanel, Chanell, Chanha, Chani, Chania, Chanice, Chanina, Chaniya, Chaniyah, Channa, Chanya, Chara, Charela (see Harela), Chari, Charmara, Chasta, Chaundra, Chavela, Chayka, Cheeara, Chiana, Chianna, Chinara, Chita, Ciana, Cianna, Ciarra, Cintha, Cintia, Cintra, Clara▼, Cliantha, Cyanea, Cyndra, Cyntia, Diandra, Janora, Landra, Leanora, Phadra, Phaedra, Sandra▼, Shadira, Shakira▼, Shamara, Shandra, Shanta, Shara, Sintra, Thamara, Thamera, Tianara, Tiandra, Vanora and Xandra. These names tend to be more frequently used than Chantra.See names in meaning and etymology.