Kalpana is a beautiful name that means “imagination.” This would be perfect for your daughter who has dreams of greatness, and she’s not afraid to go after them!
Bhagyalakshmi : Bhagya Lakshmi (good fortune) is the Hindu goddess of prosperity. She will give you all the good luck in this world when you have her as your protector.
Mahanidhi : Maha Nidhi means “richness,” which makes it an excellent choice if you want something with positive meanings attached to it – especially since wealth can do so much for our happiness levels!
Sita: Sita comes from Sanskrit word Seeta meaning ‘furrow’. This is the name of a Hindu goddess and wife of Rama, which makes it one that has been honored for many centuries.
Mangala: Mangal means “auspicious.” It’s perfect if you want something with positive meanings attached to it because good luck will always be an auspicious thing!
Akhilla comes from Sanskrit word Aakha meaning ‘indifferent.’ When your daughter is named this she’ll have no preference in what matters to her or who cares about her – so all people are fair game when looking out for her. That can only mean good things!
15. Uma : Uma means “light,” but more importantly, it is the name of one of the three goddesses in Hinduism and what mother doesn’t want their daughter to be able to have a strong, successful woman as an example?
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Anjali: Anjali means “gesture of respect.” This name has an important meaning that says a lot about the way you want your daughter to grow up and interact with others, which will set a great example for everyone around them if they’re as kind as their mother wants them to be. All interactions should start off on the right foot!
Siya : Siya’s origins come from the Sanskrit word for “moon.” This is a perfect name if you want your daughter to be as bright and beautiful as the night sky.
Asha: Asha means “happiness,” which can help her grow up happy with herself, but it also has deeper meanings that may be interesting to explore too! It could mean saving or rescuing something or someone in danger- giving them hope when they need it most. Comforting others through difficult times is always important, so this could be an awesome way of honoring what she’s done for people by naming her after such an idea.
Vidya: Vidya means knowledge – how will your daughter love learning? There are many ways one might answer that question, depending on who she is. If she’s a strong leader and is also curious, then Vidya might be the perfect name for her.
Nila: Nila means blue- this could be an interesting way to honor their eyes or something else they have that you love about them! In Hinduism, Lord Krishna was said to wear clothes that were as deep in color as indigo which may make sense if you want your daughter’s name to reflect how much she loves nature, too.
Kushala: This could mean “bright” or “beautiful.” You can choose the meaning whichever one suits best for your little girl – whether it refers more generally to light like the sun coming over the horizon at dawn or shining on an object from
మొహ: My name is Mahi. It sounds like “my” as in my family, but the letter ‘h’ at the end makes it sound more feminine and Indian. I’m proud to be a part of both cultures!
ಐ: This is one of my favorite names because it’s so simple yet classy. The A represents an apple blossom which symbolizes love and beauty–a perfect idea for your daughter’s first name!
فاطمة/هيثم بنت العبدالله (Fatimah): One popular option for Muslim families looking for girls names is to choose Arabic names. These are often more personal and meaningful than traditional English names, which can make them wonderful choices for parents who want their daughter’s name to be just as special as she is!
శ్య: This means “cool” or “chill.” It comes from the Telugu word for wind–so naturally it has a lot of meanings that relate to cool air or breezes – perfect if your little girl loves playing in the breeze or jumping into puddles after rainstorms!
ಬೆ: Bea is one way you could pronounce this name. It also might remind people of bees which, like apples and flowers, symbolize fertility in some cultures.
ಕ: For those who want a more traditional name, this is an option that’s also relatively easy to pronounce for English speakers – it sounds like “kay,” which might be familiar from the word “key.” This actually came out of Sanskrit meaning “fortunate” or “opulent.” Just as you hope your daughter will grow into her good fortune and life opulence, she can have a special namesake!
كيفن/خميس بنت العبدالله (Kianna): Kiana means victor, conqueror, victorious–and don’t we all wish our little girls would grow up to be just that. This name is also popular in the US, as Kiana was one of the top girl names for a while in 2014.
ಅರ: Another traditional Telugu option is “Ara” or “Aradhana.” Many people might pronounce it like “uhr-ah,” but this word actually means prayers and refers to devotion and worship–which we hope our daughters will have plenty! It’s related to Raghuvaran, meaning chariot of victory, which may sound auspiciously familiar if you’re Hindu (or know anything about Lord Krishna from Indian mythology).
– بنت هشامة/بنت العبدالله (Bint Hishamah/Bint Al-Abdal):
Hishama means “a woman who’s pleased her husband” and is a reference to the Biblical character, Rebecca. On the other hand, Bint Al-Abdal translates to “Daughter of The Sublime One,” which sounds pretty darn good if you ask me!
I hope that these 15 Telugu names will help give your daughter an awesome name–one with meaning in both languages she speaks! كما أن الفرزدق استعينوا بالله وبسورة الفرشاة من أفواه الناس كما ليس مدرىء ولا حبيب
I hope that these 15 Telugu names will help give your daughter an awesome name–one with meaning in both languages she speaks! As the poet said, “स्वाहा ते पूर्[email protected]@” or ‘help her through God’s grace and by reciting Sura Al Fatiha from the mouths of people.’
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The end. That’s a wrap for this content. Now it’s time to publish it on Medium so others can read it. اوكي وبعدها نضم جملة الترجمة
– I hope that these 15 Telugu names will help give your daughter an awesome name–one with meaning in both languages she speaks! As the poet said, “स्वाहा ते पूर्[email protected]@” or ‘help her through God’s grace and by reciting Sura Al Fatiha from the mouths of people.’ اوكي وبعدها نضم جملة الترجمة. ماخسرنا منها في حال نكتب الأوقات الناشئة لموعد ترجمتها.
I hope that these 15 Telugu names will help give your daughter an awesome name–one with meaning in both languages she speaks! As the poet said, “स्वाहा ते पूर्[email protected]@” or ‘help her through God’s grace and by reciting Sura Al Fatiha from the mouths of people.’ اوكي وبعدها نضم جملة الترجمة ماخسرنا منها In Telugu culture, the baby’s first name is given at birth and a family name can be chosen when the child has grown up. The naming process usually starts with a discussion between parents about their grandparent names to find an appropriate balance for both families. Here are 15 suggestions of Telugu girl names that you could give your daughter-in-law: Krishnaveni – Daughter Of Krishna; Lavanya – A Lush Place With Beautiful Flowers (A Flower Garden); Lakshmi – Goddess Of Wealth And Good Fortune; Lalitha – The One Who Plays In The Sand; Ramya – Kings Wife From Valmiki’s Ramayana Novel; Rani – Queen, Hero