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92 baby names of Hindi origin, for hindi, sanskrit, hindu. These girl names are at the peak of their popularity today (adoption of 0.6%), except for names such as Chanda which have become less trendy. The most trendy girl names in this list are Aanya (#989), Arya (#216), Kali (#262), Karma (#1031) and Mira (#613). Here is the list of Hindi names for boys.

Aanya - Arya | Ashni - Hema | Indira - Meena | Meera - Shanti | Sharmila - Viveka

Aanya - Arya

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Hindi names: Aanya, Aditi, Aja, Akasha, Ananda

"Inexhaustibility; other, another person." Annya is also a somewhat popular girl's name. Also Russian pet form of the ..

"Learned person." Uncommon. Compare Adhita and common -ita surnames Aita (top 36%), Abeita (20%). Hindi name.

"Boundless." Usage of Aditi as a birth name in 2014 was down 15.6% compared to a year ago. See also Adhita. In Hindu cosmology, Aditi is the ..

"Goat." A moderately untypical baby name, Aja occurs more conventionally as a last name. Also possibly used as a phonetic ..

"Space, sky." A moderately offbeat girls' name. See also Akosia. Hindu name from the word meaning ..

"Lamp of peace." Unique. Amandeep is not found in the US Census. See also Amandie.

"One who loves peace." Amanpreet is rare as a birth name.

"Mother." Ambida and Ameka are kreatif variations. Hindi name. Also one of the ..

"Beautiful." Unique, with the -ha ending, like Agetha, Abisha. See also Anisa.

"Endless; truth; friendship." Amita is rare as a girls' name. See also Amata. Hindi name. See Amica and Amy.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Hindi names: Anjali, Arya

Of uncertain meaning. Rare. Amneet, like Arlet, Agapet, ends with -et. See also Anett.

"Immortal." Scarce. Amrita is not listed in the US Demographics. See also Amita. In Hindu texts, Amrit is considered ..

"Ultimate bliss." Somewhat common as birth names, Ananda and Anda are comparable to the common Amanda. Hindi name.

"Infinite smallness." Not in popularity charts. See also Anika. Hindi name derived from writings on ..

"Gift, offering." Anjali became less popular in 2014, dropping -439 rankings as a children's name to reach #1644. See also Angeli.

"Precious, priceless." Not in Top 2000. See also Amel.

"Early morning sunlight." Rather unusual as a girls' name. Hindi name.

"Riches." Unique, with the favored feminine-sounding -tha suffix, like Agetha. See also Ardea.

"Crystalline reddish-brown." Aruna is not in the Top 2000. See also Arna. Hindi name. In Hindu tradition, Arun ..

"Noble." Adoption of Arya and forms is at its apex today. The name is used in India.

Quick Reference

Index of all names [and variants] for Hindi names for girls.

1. Aanya - Arya
Aanya, Adhita, Aditi, Aja, Akasha, Amandeep, Amanpreet, Ambika, Amisha, Amita, Amneet, Amrita, Ananda, Anima, Anjali, Anmol, Arunika, Artha, Aruna, Arya

2. Ashni - Hema
Ashni, Avani, Chanda, Chandana, Chandra [Chanda], Charita, Deva [Devi], Devi, Dhana, Eli, Erisha, Gambhira, Gauri, Gita, Gitanjali, Hanita, Hansika, Harpreet, Hasina, Hema

3. Indira - Meena
Indira, Indu, Ishana, Ishara, Jaya, Jena, Kaeya, Kali, Kalinda, Kama, Karma, Kashmir, Kaya, Lakshmi, Lalika, Lalita, Lata, Manika, Maya, Meena

4. Meera - Shanti
Meera, Mira, Monisha, Neena, Nisha, Opal, Rachana [Roshan], Radha, Rajani, Rani, Rohana, Roshan, Safiyah, Saisha, Salena, Sana, Shaila, Shakeela, Shalini, Shanti

5. Sharmila - Viveka
Sharmila, Shashi, Shyla, Sunita, Taja, Tanaya, Tara, Uma, Usha, Vanita, Veda, Viveka

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