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Meaning of the Name Hind

56 names found for "Hind"   (page 1 of 2) 

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The first name Hind is of Muslim origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Muslim: Proper Name. India. Land of Hindus

Similar Names

Hamd | Hand | Hinto | Hondo | Hunt | Hinda |

Related Names

Agni  (Hindu)
Fire. Religion: the Hindu Fire God
Ailat  (Hebrew)
Behind
Amba  (Hindu)
Parvati a Hindu Goddess and Wife of Lord Shiva
Asha  (Sanskrit)
Hope. Mythology: the Wife of a Hindu Demigod
Ashia  (African)
Hope. Mythology: the Wife of a Hindu Demigod. (Somali)
Ashwini  (Hindu)
Horseman; Name of a Constellation; Also Name of a Month in the Hindu Calendar
Ayalah  (Hebrew)
Behind
Baageshree  (Hindu)
Beauty,A Classical Tune/Taal in Hindustani Music
Bali  (Hindu)
Variant of Balin: Soldier. Also, in Hindu Mythology, the Monkey King Who Can Weaken Enemies With a Wish
Balin  (Hindu)
Soldier. Also, in Hindu Mythology, the Monkey King Who Can Weaken Enemies With a Wish
Bhoja  (Hindu)
The Name of a Hindu King in the Th Century
Bindi  (Hindu)
A Colored Mark Worn on Forhead by Hindu Women Symbolising Life
Bindu  (Hindu)
Drop, Point (Bhindu)
Darshan  (Hindu)
A Hindu God
Devi  (Sanskrit)
Divine. A Mythological Hindu Title Relating to Shiva's Wife Who is Known by Different Names According to Her Exercise of Power for Good or Ill
Devika  (Sanskrit)
Little Goddess. from the Mythological Hindu 'Devi'
Elath  (Biblical)
A Hind, Strength, an Oak
Elath  (Biblical)
A Hind, Strength, an Oak
Griff  (Welsh)
Fighting Chief; Fierce. The Fierce Gryphon of Greek Mythology and Medieval Legend Was a Creature With Foreparts of an Eagle and Hindquarters of a Lion
Griffen  (Welsh)
Fighting Chief; Fierce. The Fierce Gryphon of Greek Mythology and Medieval Legend Was a Creature With Foreparts of an Eagle and Hindquarters of a Lion. Note: This Database is Copyright , Muse Creation
Gryphon  (Welsh)
Fighting Chief; Fierce. The Fierce Gryphon of Greek Mythology and Medieval Legend Was a Creature With Foreparts of an Eagle and Hindquarters of a Lion
Guri  (Hindu)
Hindu Goddess of Plenty
Hadlai  (Biblical)
Loitering, Hindering
Hadlai  (Biblical)
Loitering, Hindering
Hinda  (Hebrew)
Female Deer
Jay  (Hindu)
Various Deities in Hindi Classical Mythological Writings are Named Jay
Kali  (Hindu)
In Mythology Kali is Wife of Shiva and a Hindu Goddess Symbolizing the Essence of Destruction
Kalinda  (Sanskrit)
The Sun. A Hindu Mythological Reference to the Mountains of Kalinda or the Sacred Kalindi River
Kalindi  (Sanskrit)
The Sun. A Hindu Mythological Reference to the Mountains of Kalinda or the Sacred Kalindi River
Kallie  (Hindu)
In Mythology Kali is Wife of Shiva and a Hindu Goddess Symbolizing the Essence of Destruction
Kalyanee  (Hindu)
Blissful, Fortunate; Another Name of the Hindu Goddess Parvati (Kalyani). Origin: Sanskrit
Kalynda  (Sanskrit)
The Sun. A Hindu Mythological Reference to the Mountains of Kalinda or the Sacred Kalindi River
Karma  (Sanskrit)
Actions are Fate. Buddhist and Hindu Concept of the Inevitable Effect of One's Life Actions
Karthik  (Hindu)
A Month in Hindu Calender
Krishna  (Hindu)
Hindu God, Dark
Kylash  (Hindu)
Haven in Hindu Mythology, the Place Lord Shiva Reside; the Name of a Himalayan Mountain
Lalita  (Sanskrit)
Pleasant; Playful. in Hindu Mythology Lalita is Mistress and Playmate to the Krishna
Latika  (Hindu)
Hindu God
Manjusri  (Hindu)
Hindu Goddess of Knowledge Saraswati
Matangi  (Hindu)
Hindu Goddess Durga
Meena  (Sanskrit)
Fish. in Hindu Mythology Meena is a Name of the Wife of Shiva
Orla  (Irish)
One of True Beauty; Originally a Boy's Name from Denmark. it Was Presumably Left Behind in Ireland With Some Child of the Viking Raiders. in Denmark, Orla Means Strong and Manly
Phalgun  (Indian)
A month in Hindu Calander
Ram  (Sanskrit)
Pleasing. Rama Was Mythological Seventh Incarnation of Vishnu and His Story is Told in the Hindi Ramayana
Rama  (Sanskrit)
Pleasing. Rama Was Mythological Seventh Incarnation of Vishnu and His Story is Told in the Hindi Ramayana
Ramos  (Sanskrit)
Pleasing. Rama Was Mythological Seventh Incarnation of Vishnu and His Story is Told in the Hindi Ramayana
Ravi  (Sanskrit)
Sun. Sitar Player and Composer Ravi Shankar. Mythological Hindi Sun God Ravi.Note: This Database is Copyright Dogwood Technical Services Inc
Shambhavi  (Hindu)
A Mudra or Position in Yoga; Another Name of the Hindu Goddess Parvati. Origin: Sanskrit
Shirin  (Hindu)
Sweet, Early Morning Goddess of Hindu
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