Gujarati Names For Girls: Finding the perfect name for your new baby Girl is one of the most important decisions you’ll have. If you are in search of a perfect Gujarati Baby Name for your new born, you are in the best site ever for Gujarati Baby Names.
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List Gujarati Baby Girl Names With Meanings
Fullara ― Name of Kalketu’s wife.
Havya ― To be invoked
Hetvi ― Love
Hinal ― Goddess of beauty and wealth
Iditri ― One who praises
Inika ― Little earth, small earth
Jaimini ― One who was a born victor
Jaisnavi ― Goddess of victory
Jigish ― Jigish means superior from everyone. A person with a very high rank
Jigna ― an intllectual girl who is always curious for everything and want to discover whole world.
Jignasa ― an intllectual girl who is always curious for everything and want to discover whole world.
Jigruksha ― Jigrushka means the girl with the hope of knowledge.
Kalindee ― Yamuna river
Kavia ― Poetry in motion, poem
Kavisha ― Lord of poets, a small poem
Khevna ― Wish
Manorma ― Beautiful
Mayawati ― Full of Illusion
Minaxi ― One with eyes as fish
Naomika ― Goddess Dhurga or Lakshmi.
Neelja ― Bright blue color.
Nutan ― New or fresh
Odoti ― Dawn
Paru ― Master, furnished
Pinal ― God of child
Prakhya ― One of very pleasant appearance and looks
Pranauthi ― A girl who is like the lamp
Pravi ― An incredible, affectionate person
Puruvi ― A classical eastern melody
Ramila ― Lover
Romil ― One who is renowned in the lands
Salmavati ― She who is peaceful
Samta ― Equality
Shashikala ― Phases of Moon, crescent, moon’s arc
Sonth ― Spring
Sudarsini ― Beautiful
Swara ― Tones or self shining
Taniska ― Name of the Goddess of gold. The name means daughter
Upasana ― Veneration and worship
Vaishnavi ― Goddess Parvati, worshipper of Lord Vishnu
Vaishvi ― A form of Vaishnavi, meaning worshipper of Lord Vishnu.
Vamshi ― Flute
Vanshi ― A variant of Vamshi, meaning flute.
Vedanshi ― A part of Veda
Vimala ― Pure, clean, holy or white
Virali ― One who priceless, rare, valuable
Virika ― Bravery, a brave woman
Vrishti ― Rain
Vritika ― Success in life, or thought
Vyomini ― She who is divine.