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Meaning of the Name Aditi

The first name Aditi is of Indian, Hindu origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Indian: mother of gods
Hindu: Mother of Gods. Origin: Sanskrit
Hindu: Free
Indian: Free

Similar Names

Addi | Adi | Adio | Aditya | Adia | Adie | Adita | Ayita |

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