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Meaning of the Name Mani

91 names found for "Mani"   (page 1 of 2) 

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The first name Mani is of Tibetan, Norse origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Tibetan: From Prayer 'Om Mani Padme Hum'
Norse: Father of Ketil

Similar Names

Maai | Mai | Ma'n | Mane | Mann | Mannie | Manny | Mano | Manu | Manya |

Related Names

Abhimanini  (Hindu)
A Girl With Self Respect
Abhramani  (Hindu)
Sun or Moon
Alhmanic  (German)
Divine
Almili  (Gaelic)
Work; Gaelic Form of Amelia, Which is an English Variant of the Germanic Amalia. (Aim-ee-lee). (Ain-jeh-lah)
Amani  (Muslim)
Wishes. Aspirations
Amani  (African)
Peace
Amani  (Islamic)
Wish, Aspiration
Armani  (African)
Faith
Astrid  (Scandinavian)
Godly Strength. Derived from Germanic Compounds Meaning Divine Strength, or Divine Beauty. Astrid Has Been Used by Norway's Royal Families for Hundreds of Years. Famous Bearers: King Olaf I's Mother;
Balamani  (Indian)
young jewel
Bhaltair  (Gaelic)
Ruler of an Army; Gaelic Form of Walter, Which is of Germanic Origin. Variations: Bhatair
Bomani  (Egyptian)
Warrior
Bomani  (African)
Malawian Name Meaning 'strong Soldier'
Carl  (German)
Variant of the Germanic Form of Charles, Meaning a Man
Carla  (German)
Feminine Form of Carl: Variant of the Germanic Form of Charles, Meaning: a Man
Carleen  (German)
Feminine Form of Carl: Variant of the Germanic Form of Charles, Meaning: a Man
Carlene  (German)
Feminine Form of Carl: Variant of the Germanic Form of Charles, Meaning: a Man
Carly  (German)
Feminine Form of Carl: Variant of the Germanic Form of Charles, Meaning: a Man
Chintamani  (Indian)
philosopher's stone
Chudamani  (Indian)
crest jewel
Chumani  (Native American)
Dew Drop
Chumani  (Native American)
Dew Drops
Cumania  (Irish)
Name of a Saint
Devmani  (Hindu)
Jewel/Gem from God
Dheemant  (Hindu)
Variant of Dhimani: Intelligent; Smart
Dhimani  (Hindu)
Intelligent; Smart
Dhimant  (Hindu)
Variant of Dhimani: Intelligent; Smart
Domani  (Italian)
Tomorrow
Dyumani  (Hindu)
The Sun
Easter  (English)
From the Name of the Christian Festival, Which is Based on Eostre, the Name of a Germanic Spring Goddess. Sometimes Also Used As a Variant of Esther
Easter  (English)
Born at Easter. from the Name of the Christian Festival, Which is Based on Eostre, the Name of a Germanic Spring Goddess. Sometimes Also Used As a Variant of Esther
Freya  (Scottish)
Lady, Noblewoman; Derived from the Germanic Frouwa (Lady, Mistress). (Fray-ah)
Himani  (Hindu)
Parvati
Himani  (Indian)
Parvati
Imani  (African)
Faith
Karl  (German)
Variant of the Germanic Form of Charles, Meaning a Man
Kumani  (African)
Destiny
Lanfranco  (Italian)
Derived from a Name of Germanic Origin Composed from of Landa- 'Earth' and Franka 'Free', Meaning 'Free Man in His Country'
Lew  (English)
Diminutive of Lewis: English Variant of the Franco-germanic Name Louis: Famous Warrior. in Wales, Sometimes Lewis is Used in Place of Llewellyn. Famous Bearer: Th Century Writer Lewis Carroll
Lewis  (English)
English Variant of the Franco-germanic Name Louis: Famous Warrior. in Wales, Sometimes Lewis is Used in Place of Llewellyn. Famous Bearer: Th Century Writer Lewis Carroll
Lexia  (Greek)
Protector of Humanity (Lexa, Lexie, Lexi, Lexine)
Manfred  (German)
Man of Peace (Manifred)
Mania  (Latin)
Mother of Souls
Manica  (African)
From the Nica
Manica  (African)
From the Nica
Manideep  (Hindu)
Glow of a Gem
Manik  (Hindu)
Gem
Manik  (Indian)
gem
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