Male Names
  • Arjun (Indian) - White [English and Hindi speaking countries]

    Arjun or Arjuna is one of the heroes of the Mahabharata, a Hindu epic. He is one of the Pandava brothers, and known as the 'Peerless Archer' - his archery skills win him the hand in marriage of Draupadi.

  • Eshan (Indian) - Ruler [English and Hindi speaking countries]

    Name associated with Lord Shiva.
    Eshan might also be a town of Judah in the uplands of Hebron (Josh 15:52).

  • Magan (Indian) - Absorbed; engrossed [English and Hindi speaking countries]

    Indian boy name meaning "absorbed", "engrossed".

    Magan was also an ancient region which was referred to in Sumerian cuneiform texts of around 2300 BC as a source of copper and diorite for Mesopotamia. The location of Magan is not known with

  • Rahul (Indian) - Efficient [English and Hindi speaking countries]
  • Sandeep (Indian) - Lighting the way [English speaking countries]
  • Taran (Indian) - Heaven; raft [English, Hindi and Welsh speaking countries]
  • Yogi (Indian) - Master of oneself [English speaking countries]

    In Hinduism, a yogi is a practitioner of yoga. Yogi is not generally used as a first name. Baseball player Lawrence Berra received the nickname "Yogi" for his resemblance to an Indian character in a cartoon. "Yogi Bear" is a cartoon character famous fo

Female Names
  • Aiyana (Indian) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Often claimed to be a Native American name meaning "blossoming" or "eternal flower," Aiyana's origins are actually quite obscure. It may be a respelling of the Somali name Ayanna.

  • Amisha (Indian) - Truthful [English speaking countries]

    Feminine form of Amish.

  • Amiyah (Indian) - Delight [English and Hindi speaking countries]

    Amiyah entered the US Top 1000 for the first time in 2003.

  • Anisha (Indian) - Constant; unceasing [English speaking countries]
  • Esha (Indian) - Desire [English and Hindi speaking countries]
  • Jiya (Indian) - N/A [Arabic, English and Hindi speaking countries]

    There is much conjecture to what this name means. Many sources say that is is relevant to "heart" or "piece of" the heart. It is conjecture, though and there seems to be no hard and fast etymological line.

  • Manisha (Indian) - Sagacity; desire [English and Hindi speaking countries]

    Manisha is associated with the Hindu deity of the mind. It is also a commonly used as a name for girls in India and Nepal. When used in this context, it symbolizes intelligence and desire.

  • Nayeli (Indian) - I love you [English speaking countries]

    "Nayeli" is a Zapotec phrase meaning "I love you."

  • Nima (Indian) - Large indian tree [English and Hebrew speaking countries]
  • Riya (Indian) - Singer [English, Hindi and Indonesian speaking countries]

    Although often times this name is referenced as being Sanskrit in origin, there isn't anything to support that it actually does. It is indian in origin, however, although it's true etymology is very cloudy.

    Riya is one of the many names of

  • Tanika (Indian) - Rope [English speaking countries]
Gender Neutral Names