Names starting with-H

Names starting with-H

Names Starting with H

Haalaa (f) wine

Hamsa (m) swan

Hansi (f)

Hamsamaalaa (f) a flight of swans

Hamsanandinee (f) with slender waist

Hamsaraaja (m) king of swans

Hansikaa (f) little swan

Harini/Harinee (f) doe

Harshana (m) pleasant

Harshini (f)

Harshaveena (f) a musical instrument

Hernaketaki (f) the ketaki plant

Hemanti (f) relating to the Hemanta season

Hemavarnaa (f) golden complexioned

Hara (m) Shiva

Harabaalaa (f) daughter of Hara

Harashekhar (m) Hara's crest

Harasiddha (m) eternal Shiva

Haaraavali (f) garland of pearls

Haardikaa (f) affectionate

Haren (m) great Shiva

Hari (m) Vishnu, the sun

 

Haribaalaa (f) daughter of Hari

Harbansa (m) belonging to the family of Hari

Harivamsha (m) name of purana

Haribhakti (m) devotion to Hari

Harichandana (m) a kind of yellow paste

Haricharana (m) at the feet of the lord

Haridaasa (m) servant of Hari

Harihara (m) Shiva and Vishnu together

Harikaanta (m) dear to the lord

Haradeva (m) Shiva

Haradevee (f) Paarvatee

Harilala (m) son of Hari

Harimani (f) jewel

Haramedhas (m) sacrifice

Harivallabha (m) dear of Hari

Harindra (m) lord Hari, also Harindranaatha

Harinaakshee (f) doe- eyed

Harinivas (m) house of Hari

Hari Om (m) name of Brahma

Haripaala (m) one who protects Hari, lion

Hariprapada (m) blessings of Hari

Haripriyaa (f) beloved of Hari

Hariraaja (m) king of lions

Harismita (m) smile of Hari

 

Halaayudha (m) one who carries the plough as his weapon

Harivadana (m) possessing a face like Hari

Harivatsa (m) name of Arjuna

Harivilaasa (m) pleasure of Hari

Harsha (m) joy, delight

Harshaa (f)

Harshula (m) a deer

Harshada (m) giver of pleasure

Harshadaa (f) also Harshidaa

Harshala (m) a lover

Harshanaa (f) one who causes delight

Harshinee (f) a woman in joyful mood

Harshaveena (f) a musical instrument

Harshavardhana (m) one who increases joy

Harshumatee (f) one filled with joy

Hasikaa (f) laughter

Hasmukha (m) one having a smiling face

Hasumatee (f)

Hastinee (f) elephant

Hastin (m) one who has hands

Haatakeshwara (m) lord of gold

Havirdhaama (m) a place of sacrifice

Hayagriva (m) one having the head of a horse

Hima (f) a mass of snow

Heenaa (f) a fragrance

Heeraka (m) a diamond

Hemaa (f) golden

Hemachandra (m) golden moon

Hemaadri (m) mountain of gold

Hemadaasa (m) slave of gold

Hemaanga (m) one having a shining body

Hemaangee (f)

Hemamaalini (f) garland of gold

Hemantee (f) one who shines like gold

Hemavatee (f) bright as gold

Hemendra (m) lord of gold

Hemaraaja (m) king of gold

Hemavateenandana (m) son of Hemavatee

Hemalataa (f) golden creeper

Hemila (f) golden flower

Heramba (m) boastful

Himachala (m) unmoving

Himajaa (f) born of Paarvatee

Himaadrivadana (m) serene

Himarashmi (m) moon with rays as cold as snow

Himasutaa (f) daughter of the snows

Himaavata (m) mountain king

Heeraa (m/f) diamond

Heeraalakshmee (f) beautiful as a diamond

 

Heeraachanda (m) diamond like moon

Heeraamana (m) a diamond-sharp mind

Hiranya (m) wealth

Hiranyadaa (f) giver of wealth

Hiranyaaksha (m) one having golden eyes

Hiranyamaya (m) golden

Hiranyamayee (f)

Hiranyeretas (m) name of Shiva

Hiresha (m) king of gems

Hitaarthee (f) one who does good to others

Holikaa (f) sister of Hiranyakashyapa (a festival)

Hree (f) to blush with modesty

Hridaya (m) the heart

Hridayanatha (m) beloved

Hridayasudhaa (f) nectar of the heart

Hridayesha (m) lord of the heart

Hridayeshaa (f)

Hrishikesha (m) one who controls the senses

 

Hridayeshwara (m) husband



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