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Shvoong Home>Arts & Humanities>Indian Boys's Name and Meaning-Alphabate 'E' -'J' Summary

Indian Boys's Name and Meaning-Alphabate 'E' -'J'

Article Summary   by:SThap     Original Author: unknown
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Ekalavya - renowned for devotion to his guru
Ekalinga - Shiva
Ekambar - sky
Ekanath - king
Eknath - poet; saint
Ekram - honour
Faiyaz - artistic
Faiz - gain
Falak - the sky
Falguni - born in the Hindu month of Falgun
Fanishwar - lord of serpents; Vasuki
Faraz - equitable
Farhad/ Farhat - happiness
Farid - wide
Farokh - power of discrimination
Fateh - victory
Fatik - crystal
Firdaus - paradise
Firoz - name of a king
Gagan - sky; heaven
Gaganvihari - one who stays in heaven
Gajanan/ Gajanand/ Ganapati - Lord Ganesh
Gajendra - the king of elephants
Ganaraj - lord of the clan
Gandharva - celestial musician
Gandhik - fragant
Ganesh - son of Lord Shiva and Parvati
Gangadhar/ Gangesh - Shiva
Gangadutt - gift of Ganga
Gangeya - of the Ganga
Gaurang - fair complexioned
Gaurav - honour; pride; respect
Gaurinath - Lord Shiva
Gautam - Lord Buddha
Geet - excellent
Ghanashyam - Lord Krishna
Giri - mountain
Giridari/ Giridhar - Lord Krishna
Girik/ Girilal/ Girindra/ Girish - Lord Shiva
Giriraj - lord of mountain
Gokul - a place where Lord Krishna was brought up
Gopal/ Gopesh - Lord Krishna; protector of cows
Gopichand - name of a king
Gorakh/ Govind - cowherd
Gourishankar - Mount Everest
Govinda - Lord Krishna
Gulab - rose
Gulfam - the colour
Gulzar - gardener
Gulzarilal - Lord Krishna
Gumwant - virtuous
Gunaratna - jewel of virtue
Gunjan - buzzing of a bee
Gupil - a secret
Gurbachan - promise of the guru
Gurcharan - feet of the guru
Gurdayal - compassionate guru
Gurdeep - light of the teacher
Gurmeet - friend of the guru
Gurnam - name of the guru
Gurpreet - love of the teacher
Gursharan - refuge at the guru
Guru - teacher; master or priest
Gurudas - servant of the guru
Gurudutt - gift of the guru
Gyan - knowledge
Habib - beloved
Hafiz - protected
Hamid - friend
Hamir - a raga
Hans - swan
Hanuman/ Hanumant - monkey god of Ramayana
Hardik - heartfelt
Harekrishna/ Haresh/ Harigopal - Lord Krishha
Harendra/ Harishankar - Lord Shiva
Hari - sun; Vishnu
Haridas - servant of Krishna
Harihar - Vishu and Shiva together
Harilal - son of Hari
Harinarayan/ Hariom/ Harish - Lord Vishnu
Hariprasad - blessed by Lord Krishna
Hariram - Lord Rama
Harishchandra - King of Surya dynasty; charitable
Harjeet - victorious
Harkrishna - Lord Krishna
Harmendra - the moon
Haroon - hope
Harsh - happiness
Harsha - joy; delight
Harshad - giver of joy
Harshal - lover
Harshit - joyous
Harshul - deer
Harshvardhan - one who increases joy
Hashmat - glory; joyful
Hassan - Islamic
Heer - diamond
Hem - gold
Hemachandra - golden moon
Hemadri - the Himalayas
Hemang - one with shining body
Hemanga - goldenbodied
Hemant - one of the six seasons
Hemanta - early winter
Hemaraj - king of gold
Hemendra - lord of gold
Hemendu - golden moon
Himachal - the Himalayas
Himadri - Himalaya
Himanshu - the moon
Himmat - courage
Himnish - Lord Shiva
Hirendra - Lord of diamonds
Hiresh - king of gems

Hitendra - well-wisher
Hriday - Heart
Hridayesh - king of heart
Hridaynath - lord of the heart; beloved
Hrishikesh - Lord Vishnu
Hrishikesh - one who controls senses
Hussain - Islamic thinker; saint
Ibrahim - Abraham; earth
Idris - fiery Lord
Ilesh - lord of earth
Iman - name of raga
Imaran - strong
Imtiaz - power of discrimination
Indeever - blue lotus
Indivar - blue lotus
Indradutt - gift of Indra
Indrajit/ Indrajeet - conquerer of Indra
Indrakanta - Lord Indra
Indraneel - emerald
Indubhushan - the moon
Induhasan/ Indukanta/ Indushekhar - like a moon
Indulal - moon's lustre
Inesh - king of kings
Intekhab - chosen
Iqbal - desire
Irfan - knowledgable
Irshaad - signal
Isar - eminent; Lord Shiva
Ishan - the Lord
Ishrat - affection
Ishwar - powerful; the supreme god
Izhar - submission

Jag/ Jagat/ Jahan - the universe
Jagadbandu- Lord Krishna
Jagadeep /Jagadish - lord of the universe
Jagjeevan - worldly life
Jaganmay - spread over the universe
Jagannath - Lord Vishnu; lord of the world
Jagmohan - one who attracts the world
Jaichand - victory of the moon
Jaidayal - victory of kindness
Jaidev - god of victory
Jaigopal/ Jaikrishna - victory of Lord Krishna
Jaimini - an ancient philosopher
Jainarayan - victory
Jaipal - Lord Brahma
Jairaj - lord of victory
Jaisal - famous folk
Jaiwant - victory
Jalal - glory
Jalendu - moon in the water
Janak - father of Sita; creator
Janamejay /Janardan - Lord Vishnu
Janardan - one who helps people
Japa - chanting
Japendra/ Japesh - lord of chants-Lord Shiva
Jasbeer - victorious hero
Jashan - celebration
Jaspal - Lord Krishna
Jasraj - king of fame
Jasveer - hero of fame
Jaswant - victorious
Jatan - nurturing
Jatin - pertaining to a saint
Javed - immortal Jawahar
Jawahar - jewel
Jayadeep - light of victory
Jayaditya - victorious sun
Jayant - victorious
Jayashekhar - crest of victory
Jaysukh - pleasure of victory
Jeevan - life
Jehangir - Akbar's son
Jignesh - curiosity to research
Jihan - the world
Jinendra - lord of life
Jishnu - triumphant
Jitendra - lord of conquerers
Jivitesh - God
Jnyandeep - light of knowledge
Jnyaneshwar - god of wisdom
Joginder/ Jogindra - Lord Shiva
Jograj - Lord Krishna
Jugnu - a firefly
Jusal - pari
Jyotichandra - splendour
Jyotiprakash - splendour of the flame
Jyotiranjan - joyous flamae
Jyotirdhar - holder of the flame
Jyotirmoy - lustrous

Published: September 26, 2008   
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