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Exclusive International Baby Names for Indian Baby Boys
You might want to stop by as we have just found some modish, Multi-Origin Baby Names for your Boy. This means, besides being known as an Indian Baby Name having Sanskrit, Urdu origin, the same name would have a different meaning in other language’s dictionary. Below is the list our handpicked, multinational Indian names for the baby boys of India.
Selected Multi Origin Special Baby Names for Indian Baby Boys
Meer in, Sanskrit = Ocean or Sea
In African, Meer= Chief/ Leader
It even has an Arabian connection as…
‘Meer’ sounds similar to the Arabian word ‘Mir’. That is a short form of the name ‘Amir’, meaning Prince or Ruler in Arabian.
In Dutch, Meer= Lake
Whereas, in German, Meer= Ocean / Sea
Even in English, Mere= Lake (In obsolete form though)
Spelled as ‘Khyan’ in Sanskrit
Khyan, in Sanskrit= Knowledge
In Persian, Kyan = Generous King
In American English, Kyan= Little King
And in Celtic, Kyan= Ancient
Kyan alternatively spelled as: ‘Kian ‘and ‘Keon’
In English, Celtic, Irish also, Kian= Ancient
In Arabic, Kian= Soul/Core
In Nubian, Kian= Awaited Child
Whereas in African, Keon= God is Gracious
Arian also spelled as, ‘Arean’ in Sanskrit= Honorable
Another Sanskrit variant of Arian is ‘Ariyan’ and ‘Aryan’ = Noble
In Welsh, Arian =Silver
In Hebrew, Arian= Dignified one
In Albanian, Arian= Golden Life
In Christianity Arian is derived from the boys’ name ‘Aaron’
Aaron, in Hebrew =Cloud, touching Mountain
Aaron was a spokesperson of Moses, known for his eloquent oratory skills. Moses is one of the world’s well-known prophets.
And in English, Arian spelled as ‘Arion’
Arion, in Greek= Greek poet and musician
Niam in Sanskrit= Law/Rules
Alternatively spelled as ‘Niyam’
Niam, in Irish, Greek, Italian, Polish, Russian, and in Hebrew mythology= Fairy Queen of an otherworld (Land of the Youth)
You must be thinking that fairies are a thing of girls, but in reality, Niam is a Unisex name!
Because as per the Irish Legends, the hair of this Fairy Queen- Niamh, the daughter of Irish Sea God, they were so lustrous that alternatively Niam also spelled as ‘Niamh’
Niam/Niamh, in Irish= Luster/ Sheen
And in Arabic, Niam= Blessing
The Indian variant of Neal is ‘Neel’.
In Sanskrit, Neel= Sapphire Blue / Indigo/ Crow/ Mountain/ Treasure/ Talkative
The alternative form of Neal is ‘Neil’.
In Scottish and Irish, Neil= Champion/ Enthusiast/ Cloud
Prish = God’s gift/ Beloved (Hindi)
Prish is a short form of English name ‘Patrice’. Patrice having English, Latin and Spanish origin =Nobly Born.
Patrice is a unisex name.
In English, Prish sounds similar to the slang ‘Preesh’
Preesh is an abbreviated form of exclamatory English expression, used for saying “I appreciate it”
Thrish = Noble
Trish in Sanskrit is thrist
Alternatively spelled as ‘Trish’
Thirsh and Trish, both of them sound similar to the English name ‘Tris’
Tris is the short form of English baby boy name ‘Tristan’ meaning Uproar.
Rahil, in Hindi and Hebrew= One who shows direction
Whereas in Urdu and Arabic, Rahil=Traveler/ Brave
Rahil is a Unisex baby name.
Alternatively spelled as ‘Raahil’ and ‘Raheel’
Geer, in Sanskrit is Celebrity/Mountain/Praising/Invoking/words/fame/language/kind of mystical syllable
Geer in Dutch= Spear
The same sounds similar to the name, ‘Geert’
Geert, in German= Brave / Hearty /Strength
Geert is a variant of Scandivanian name, ‘Geir’
Geir= Stone Wall
While in Norwegian, Geir =Spear (Same as the Dutch meaning of ‘Geer’)
Archin, in Sanskrit= Shining/Brilliant/Pious
Sound similar to Unisex Sanskrit name, ‘Archi’
Archi, in Sanskrit= Flame of Fire/ Ray of Light
Alternative spelled as ‘Archen’
Archen, in Sanskrit= Worshipper
Call this a coincident, but…
Archen, is also the name of first ever Bird Pokémon (globally popular Japanese cartoon series).
A child who’s named after a Pokémon= Lucky Kid!
The world’s indeed a small place with advancement in Information & Technology and transport industries. But after seeing such multi-origin Indian baby names, even linguistically the world seems smaller now. Isn’t it?
Which name did you like the most? Don’t forget to comment!