The Periphery, Rim of a Wheel, Cycle, Origin: Hindi
Hector Pumarino Soto suggests that "Calama" stems from the Kunza word "Ckara-ama," which means "town in the middle of the water". ... Emilio Vaïsse, meanwhile, says that Calama comes from the Kunza word "Ckolama," which means "place where partridges abound".
Greek Meaning: The name Cali is a Greek baby name. In Greek the meaning of the name Cali is: Most beautiful. , Mythological Arcadian who transformed into a she-bear, then into the Great Bear constellation.
Black, Origin: Indian
Origin of the name Camille: Derived from the Latin camilla (virgin of unblemished character). Var:Camilla, Camille, Kamilla, Kamille. Short: Cami, Camie, Kam, Kamie.
Young Girls who Assisted at Pagan Religious Ceremonies, Origin: Hindi
The Old Goddess, Origin: Hindi
The name Candi is a Spanish baby name. In Spanish the meaning of the name Candi is: Bright; glowing white.
Clarity, Whiteness, Form of Candace, Glowing, Bright
, Origin: Hindi
The different meanings of the name Candika are: Sanskrit meaning: Fierce Goddess. Indian meaning: Fierce Goddess.
Fierce Goddess, Origin: Hindi
The name Candra is a Sanskrit baby name. In Sanskrit the meaning of the name Candra is: Of the moon.
River on the Moon, Origin: Hindi
Name Chandrakala generally means Moon beam, is of Sanskrit, Indian origin, Name Chandrakala is a Feminine (or Girl) name. Person with name Chandrakala are mainly Hindu by religion. Name Chandrakala belongs to rashi Mithun (Gemini), Meen (Pisces) with dominant planet Jupiter (Guru) and Nakshatra (stars) Revathi, Arudra.
Artwork Like Moon, Origin: Hindi
Like Moon, Origin: Hindi
The meaning of the name “Capala” is: “Swift; lightning”. Categories: Hindi Names, Hindu Names, Indian Names, Nature Names, Sanskrit Names, Unisex Names. Used in: Hindi speaking countries.
Sanskrit Meaning: The name Carma is a Sanskrit baby name. In Sanskrit the meaning of the name Carma is: Fate.
Carmen is a given name with two different origins. Its first root is Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish, used as a nickname for Carmel and Carmelo (respectively), from Hebrew karmel, "God's vineyard." ... In English, the name is unisex; in Italian, Spanish, Romanian, and Portuguese it is generally female.
Dimond Shape, Meet of River, Origin: Hindi
Instrument, Origin: Hindi
Lord ranganath, Origin: Hindi