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Meaning of the Name Hema

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

Indian: golden
Hindu: Golden
Hindu: Golden

Similar Names

Ham | Haman | Hamo | Heman | Hen | Hena | Homam | Home | Humam | Hume |

Related Names

Anathema  (Biblical)
Separated, Set Apart
Anathema  (Biblical)
Separated, Set Apart
Athemar  (English)
Noble or Famous
Bashemath  (Biblical)
Perfumed; Confusion of Death; in Desolation
Bert  (French)
Diminutive of Bertrand: Intelligent; Glorious Raven. French Form of the German Bertram, Meaning Bright-raven. Philosopher and Mathematician Bertrand Russell. Some Scholars Believe the Second Syllable
Bertie  (French)
Diminutive of Bertrand: Intelligent; Glorious Raven. French Form of the German Bertram, Meaning Bright-raven. Philosopher and Mathematician Bertrand Russell. Some Scholars Believe the Second Syllable
Bertrand  (French)
Intelligent; Glorious Raven. French Form of the German Bertram, Meaning Bright-raven. Philosopher and Mathematician Bertrand Russell. Some Scholars Believe the Second Syllable of Bertrand Derived from
Blais  (Latin)
Lisp; Stutter. Blaise Pascal Was a Brilliant Seventeenth Century Child Prodigy; Mathematician; Scientist and Philosopher Who Invented the Calculating Machine and Hydraulic Press Before Dying at Age Th
Blaisdell  (Latin)
Lisp; Stutter. Blaise Pascal Was a Brilliant Seventeenth Century Child Prodigy; Mathematician; Scientist and Philosopher Who Invented the Calculating Machine and Hydraulic Press Before Dying at Age Th
Blaise  (Latin)
Lisp; Stutter. Blaise Pascal Was a Brilliant Seventeenth Century Child Prodigy; Mathematician; Scientist and Philosopher Who Invented the Calculating Machine and Hydraulic Press Before Dying at Age Th
Blaise  (French)
Lisp; Stutter. Famous Bearer: Blaise Pascal, a Brilliant Seventeenth Century Child Prodigy; Mathematician; Scientist and Philosopher Who Invented the Calculating Machine and Hydraulic Press Before Dyi
Chemarims  (Biblical)
Black Ones
Chemarims  (Biblical)
Black Ones
Hemachandra  (Indian)
golden moon
Hemachandra  (Hindu)
Golden Moon
Hemadri  (Indian)
mountain of gold
Hemakuta  (Indian)
From Hemakuta
Heman  (Biblical)
Their Trouble, Tumult, Much, in Great Number
Heman  (Hebrew)
Faithful
Hemang  (Indian)
one with shining body
Hemangi  (Indian)
golden body
Hemangi  (Hindu)
Golden Body
Hemangini  (Indian)
girl with golden body
Hemangini  (Hindu)
Girl With Golden Body
Hemant  (Hindu)
A Rutu
Hemant  (Indian)
one of the six seasons
Hemaraj  (Indian)
king of gold
Hermon  (Biblical)
Anathema, Devoted to Destruction
Hermon  (Biblical)
Anathema, Devoted to Destruction
Kahemankar  (Hindu)
Name of a Manu in Jain Mythology
Menachema  (Hebrew)
Consolation
Menachemah  (Hebrew)
Consolation
Omar  (Hebrew)
Eloquent. Speaker. The Grandson of Esau in the Old Testament. Famous Bearers: Th Century Persian Poet and Astronomer and Mathematician Omar Khayyam; Caliph Omar Ii, Who Made Islam an Imperial Power; A
Pascal  (French)
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Rehema  (Egyptian)
Compassionate
Shema  (Biblical)
Hearing, Obeying
Shemaiah  (Biblical)
That Hears or Obeys the Lord
Shemariah  (Hebrew)
Protected by God
Shemariah  (Biblical)
God is My Guard
Thema  (Egyptian)
Queen
Thema  (African)
Queen
Thomasina  (Hebrew)
Twin (Thomasa, Tomasina, Themasine)

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