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Name Meaning
Aashutosh One who fulfills wishes instantly
Abigail Fathers Source of Joy Beautiful wife of Nabal, later, wife of King David -F
Achilles Greek warrior; slew Hector at Troy; slain by Paris, who wounded him in his vulnerable heel
Actaeon Hunter; surprised Artemis bathing; changed by her to stag; and killed by his dogs
Adeep The Light Of Vishnu-M
Adidev The Lord Of The Lords
Adipurush Primordial Being-M
Aditi Radiant Like The Sun
Aditya The Son Of Aditi
Admetus King of Thessaly; his wife, Alcestis, offered to die in his place
Adonis Beautiful youth loved by Aphrodite
Adya Adi-Shakti Goddess Durga -F
Aeacus One of three judges of dead in Hades; son of Zeus
Aeëtes King of Colchis; father of Medea; keeper of Golden Fleece
Aegeus Father of Theseus; believing Theseus killed in Crete, he drowned himself; Aegean Sea named for him
Aegisthus Son of Thyestes; slew Atreus; with Clytemnestra, his paramour, slew Agamemnon; slain by Orestes
Aegyptus Brother of Danaus; his sons, except Lynceus, slain by Danaides
Aeneas Trojan; son of Anchises and Aphrodite; after fall of Troy, led his followers eventually to Italy; loved and deserted Dido
Aeolus One of several Winds
Aesculapius See Asclepius
Aeson King of Ioclus; father of Jason; overthrown by his brother Pelias; restored to youth by Medea
Aether Personification of sky
Aethra Mother of Theseus
Agamemnon King of Mycenae; son of Atreus; brother of Menelaus; leader of Greeks against Troy; slain on his return home by Clytemnestra and Aegisthus
Aglaia One of several Graces
Ahladajanani Source of Happiness
Aja Unborn
Ajax Greek warrior; killed himself at Troy because Achilles’s armor was awarded to Odysseus
Akashagamini Flew In The Sky
Akshayaguna God with limitless attributes
Alaleem He who knows all Things
Alcestis Wife of Admetus; offered to die in his place but saved from death by Hercules
Alcmene Wife of Amphitryon; mother by Zeus of Hercules
Alcyone One of several Pleiades
Alecto One of several Furies
Alectryon Youth changed by Ares into cock
Alethia Greek Name meaning Wisdom
Alexander Helper of MenBrave -M
Aloysius Name of a Saint -M
Althaea Wife of Oeneus; mother of Meleager
Amalendu Moon
Amazons Female warriors in Asia Minor; supported Troy against Greeks
Amor The Roman Equivalent of Eros
Amphion Musician; husband of Niobe; charmed stones to build fortifications for Thebes
Amphitrite Sea goddess; wife of Poseidon
Amphitryon Husband of Alcmene
Amritaya The Immortal -M,-F
Amrutha Nectar
Anagha Faultless -M, -F
Anah To Sing -F
Anandi Bringer Of Joy -M,-F
Anandsagar Compassionate Lord
Anantadrishti Infinite visionr
Anantajeet The Victor Of Infinity -M
Anchises Father of Aeneas
Ancile Sacred shield that fell from heavens; palladium of Rome
Andra A Greek Name meaning Strong and Courageous
Andraemon Husband of Dryope
Andromache Wife of Hector
Andromeda Daughter of Cepheus; chained to cliff for monster to devour; rescued by Perseus
Ania Grace Polish Version of the Name Anna -F
Aniket Lord Shiva -M
Anteia Wife of Proetus; tried to induce Bellerophon to elope with her
Anteros God who avenged unrequited love
Antigone Daughter of Oedipus; accompanied him to Colonus; performed burial rite for Polynices and hanged herself
Antinoüs Leader of suitors of Penelope; slain by Odysseus
Aparajeet The Lord Who Cannot Be Defeated
Aphrodite (Venus) Goddess of love and beauty; daughter of Zeus and Dione; mother of Eros
Apollo God of beauty, poetry, music; later identified with Helios as Phoebus Apollo; son of Zeus and Leto
Aquilo One of several Winds
Arachne Maiden who challenged Athena to weaving contest; changed to spider
Ares (Mars) God of war; son of Zeus and Hera
Argo Ship in which Jason and followers sailed to Colchis for Golden Fleece
Argus Monster with hundred eyes; slain by Hermes; his eyes placed by Hera into peacock’s tail
Ariadne Daughter of Minos; aided Theseus in slaying Minotaur; deserted by him on island of Naxos and married to Dionysus
Arion Musician; thrown overboard by pirates but saved by dolphin
Arogyada Granter Of Good Health
Artemis (Diana) Goddess of moon; huntress; twin sister of Apollo
Asa Healer Grandson of David -M
Asclepius (Aesculapius) Mortal son of Apollo; slain by Zeus for raising dead; later deified as god of medicine Also known as Asklepios
Ashoka Dispeller of Sorrows
Ashutosh Lord Shiva
Astarte Phoenician goddess of love; variously identified with Aphrodite, Selene, and Artemis
Asterope The Roman Equivalent of Sterope
Astraea Goddess of Justice; daughter of Zeus and Themis
Asurakshayamkari Reducer Of The Number Of Demons
Atalanta Princess who challenged her suitors to a foot race; Hippomenes won race and married her
Ataviduhkhandhara Rakshika God Protector From Ignorance And Distress
Athena (Minerva) Goddess of wisdom; known poetically as Pallas Athene; sprang fully armed from head of Zeus
Atlas Titan; held world on his shoulders as punishment for warring against Zeus; son of Iapetus
Atreus King of Mycenae; father of Menelaus and Agamemnon; brother of Thyestes, three of whose sons he slew and served to him at banquet; slain by Aegisthus
Atropos One of several Fates
Augadh One who revels all the time
Aurora Roman Equivalent of Eos
Auster One of several Winds
Avernus Infernal regions; name derived from small vaporous lake near Vesuvius which was fabled to kill birds and vegetation
Avia Hezekiah’s Mother-F
Avyayaprabhu Imperishable Lord
Avyukta Crystal Clear -M
Awwal The First
Ayurda Bestower of Longevity -F,Granter Of Longevity


Bacchus Roman Equivalent of Dionysus
Balarkasadrushakara Like The Rising Sun
Balgopal The Child Krishna, The All Attractive
Bali The Lord Of Strength
Baltazar One of the three Kings who visited Jesus, when he was born -M
Bari The Evolver
Basil One of the 4 doctors of the Greek orthodox church-M
Bellerophon Corinthian hero; killed Chimera with aid of Pegasus; tried to reach Olympus on Pegasus and was thrown to his death
Bellona Roman goddess of war
Bethany -F  
Bhairav Lord of terror, Lord Shiva
Bhaktavatsala Lover Of Devotees
Bhalanetra With eye on the Forehead -M, One who has an eye in the forehead
Bharathi Goddess of knowledge and education
Bhargav Lord Shiva
Bhaskari Radiant like the Sun
Bhayanashini Remover Of Fear
Bhootanushruta Well-Wisher Of Bhootaganas
Bhooteshwara Lord of ghosts and evil beings
Bhoovanpati Lord Of The Lord -M
Bhudeva Lord of the earth
Bhuvaneshwarya Supreme Deity
Bilvanilaya Resider Under Bilva Tree
Boreas One of several Winds
Brahmacharini Seeker Of Brahman
Brahmavid Knower Of Reality -M
Briareus Monster of hundred hands; son of Uranus and Gaea
Brindavanath Inhabitor of Brindavan Orchards -M
Briseis Captive maiden given to Achilles; taken by Agamemnon in exchange for loss of Chryseis, which caused Achilles to cease fighting, until death of Patroclus
Buddhi Wisdom
Cadmus Brother of Europa; planter of dragon seeds from which first Thebans sprang
Caleb In Hebrew it mens faithful In Arabic it mens brave -M
Calliope One of several Muses
Calypso Sea nymph; kept Odysseus on her island Ogygia for seven years
Cana The City where Jesus performed his first miracle -F
Cassandra Daughter of Priam; prophetess who was never believed; slain with Agamemnon
Castalia In Greek Mythology the most powerful Oracle was the oracle of DelphiPeople would come from all around with question, seeking oracle’s source of inspiration sprang fourth from a fountain and the fountainanswers The was called Castalia
Castor One of Dioscuri
Celaeno One of several Pleiades
Centaurs Beings half man and half horse; lived in mountains of Thessaly
Cephalus Hunter; accidentally killed his wife Procris with his spear
Cepheus King of Ethiopia; father of Andromeda
Cerberus Three
Ceres Roman Equivalent of Demeter Goddess of Harvest
Chakri Holder of the Wheel Of cosmos -M headed dog guarding entrance to Hades.
Chanda Cool Like the moon
Chandeshwar Lord Shiva
Chandipati Lord Shiva
Chandish Lord Shiva
Chandra Moon
Chandrabhal Lord Shiva
Chandrabhav Moon

Chandrabhushan Lord Shiva
Chandrakant Moon
Chandrakishor Moon
Chandrakumar Moon
Chandram Moon
Chandran Moon
Chandranath Moon
Chandraprakash One who has moon as a crest
Chandraraj Moon
Chandrarupa Moon-Faced
Chandrasahodari Sister of the Moon
Chandravadana Moon-Faced
Chandravispardimukha Beautiful Like The Moon
Chaos Formless void; personified as first of gods
Charon Boatman on Styx who carried souls of dead to Hades; son of Erebus
Charybdis Female monster; personification of whirlpool
Chaturbhuj Four-Armed Lord
Chaturbhuja With four arms
Chaturvakttra Four-Faced
Chimera Female monster with head of lion, body of goat, tail of serpent; killed by Bellerophon
Chiron Most famous of centaurs
Chronos Personification of time
Chryseis Captive maiden given to Agamemnon; his refusal to accept ransom from her father Chryses caused Apollo to send plague on Greeks besieging Troy
Circe Sorceress; daughter of Helios; changed Odysseus’s men into swine
Clio One of several Muses
Clotho One of several Fates
Clytemnestra Wife of Agamemnon, whom she slew with aid of her paramour, Aegisthus; slain by her son Orestes
Cocytus One of several Rivers of Underworld
Creon Father of Jocasta; forbade burial of Polynices; ordered burial alive of Antigone
Creüsa Princess of Corinth, for whom Jason deserted Medea; slain by Medea, who sent her poisoned robe; also known as Glaüke
Cronus (Saturn) Titan; god of harvests; son of Uranus and Gaea; dethroned by his son Zeus
Cupid Roman Equivalent of Eros
Cybele Anatolian nature goddess; adopted by Greeks and identified with Rhea
Cyclopes Race of one
Daedalus Athenian artificer; father of Icarus; builder of Labyrinth in Crete; devised wings attached with wax for him and Icarus to escape Crete
Dalia Branch -F eyed giants (singular Cyclops).
Danae Princess of Argos; mother of Perseus by Zeus, who appeared to her in form of golden shower
Danaïdes Daughters of Danaüs; at his command, all except Hypermnestra slew their husbands, the sons of Aegyptus
Danaüs Brother of Aegyptus; father of Danaïdes; slain by Lynceus
Danavendra Granter of Boons
Danta Calm -M
Danvendra Granter of Boons -M
Daphne Nymph; pursued by Apollo; changed to laurel tree
Daridriya Dhwamsini Destroyer of Poverty
Daridriyanashini Remover of Poverty
Dayakara Compassionate -M
Dayalu Compassionate
Dayanidhi The Compassionate Lord
Decuma One of several Fates
Deepa Radiant
Deepta Flame-Like
Deeta A Name for Goddess Lakshmi  -F
Deetya Answer Of Prayers
Deino One of several Graeae
Demeter (Ceres) Goddess of agriculture; mother of Persephone
Devadeva Lord of All Lords -M
Devesh Lord of Lords -M
Devi Goddess
Dhanadeepa Lord of Wealth
Dhanadhanyaki Bestower of Wealth and Foodgrains
Dhanakshayanashini Controller Of Wealth Decrease
Dhanvine Of the Solar Race -M
Dhanya Personification of Gratitude
Dharmadhyaksha The Lord Of Dharma
Dharmik One who favours Dharma or Righteousness -M
Dhinushshini Devi A Name for Goddess Durga A name with Tamil roots -F
Dhyutidhara Lord of Brilliance
Diana Roman Equivalent of Artemis
Dido Founder and queen of Carthage; stabbed herself when deserted by Aeneas
Diomedes Greek hero; with Odysseus, entered Troy and carried off Palladium, sacred statue of Athena
Dione Titan goddess; mother by Zeus of Aphrodite
Dionysus (Bacchus) God of wine; son of Zeus and Semele
Dioscuri Twins Castor and Pollux; sons of Leda by Zeus
Dis Roman Equivalent of Pluto
Divamalya Vibhooshita Adorned With Beautiful Garlands
Divyambaradhara Beautifully Robed
Divyendu Moon
Dryads Wood nymphs
Dryope Maiden changed to Hamadryad
Durga The Inaccessible
Durja the Invincible -M
Durjaya Unvanquished
Dvigesh Moon
Dvijendra Moon
Echo Nymph who fell hopelessly in love with Narcissus; faded away except for her voice
Eden Pleasure The residence of the first couple, Adam and Eve, before they were cast out-F
Eka The One -M
Ekaakshara Of The Single Syllable -M
Elazar The one whom God has helped -Mv

Electra One of several Pleiades
Elysium Abode of blessed dead
Emeric Name of a Saint -M
Endymion Mortal loved by Selene
Enos Mortal Man Grandson of Adam And Eve -M
Enyo One of several Graeae
Eos (Aurora) Goddess of dawn
Epimetheus Brother of Prometheus; husband of Pandora
Erato One of several Muses
Erebus Spirit of darkness; son of Chaos
Erinyes One of several Furies
Eris Goddess of discord
Eros (Amor or Cupid) God of love; son of Aphrodite
Esther A Biblical Name meaning Star It was given to the named person by the Persian King -F
Eteocles Son of Oedipus, whom he succeeded to rule alternately with Polynices; refused to give up throne at end of year; he and Polynices slew each other
Eumenides One of several Furies
Euphrosyne One of several Graces
Europa Mortal loved by Zeus, who, in form of white bull, carried her off to Crete
Eurus One of several Winds
Euryale One of several Gorgons
Eurydice Nymph; wife of Orpheus
Eurystheus King of Argos; imposed twelve labors on Hercules
Euterpe One of several Muses
Ezra -M  
Fates Goddesses of destiny; Clotho (Spinner of thread of life), Lachesis (Determiner of length), and Atropos (Cutter of thread); also called Moirae Identified by Romans with their goddesses of fate; Nona, Decuma, and Morta; called Parcae
Fattah The Opener 
Fauns Roman deities of woods and groves
Faunus Roman Equivalent of Pan
Favonius One of several Winds
Flora Roman goddess of flowers
Fortuna Roman goddess of fortune
Fulbert A bishop and a Poet -M
Furies Avenging spirits; Alecto, Megaera, and Tisiphone; known also as Erinyes or Eumenides
Gaea Goddess of earth; daughter of Chaos; mother of Titans; known also as Ge, Gea, Gaia, etc
Galatea Sea nymph; loved by Polyphemus,Statue of maiden carved from ivory by Pygmalion; given life by Aphrodite
Gangadhar Lord shiva
Gangadhara Lord of River Ganga
Gangesha Lord of Ganga A Name for Shiva -M
Gania Garden of God -F
Ganymede Beautiful boy; successor to Hebe as cupbearer of gods
Gargi A Women saint from the Vedic Era -F
Gauranga Name of Vishnu -M
Gauresh Lord of Gauri -M, Lord shiva
Gaurikant Lord Shiva
Gaurinath Lord shiva
Gaurishankar Lord Shiva
Gaurisuta Son Of Gauri -M
Gayathri Mother of the Vedas
Gemma -F  
Giresh Lord shiva
Girijapati Lord Shiva
Girijashankar Lord Shiva
Girik Lord Shiva
Girindra Lord Shiva
Girish Lord Shiva
Glaucus Mortal who became sea divinity by eating magic grass
Golden Fleece Fleece from ram that flew Phrixos to Colchis; Aeëtes placed it under guard of dragon; carried off by Jason
Gopal One Who Plays With The Cowherds, The Gopas
Gopalapriya Lover Of Cowherds -M
Gorgons Female monsters; Euryale, Medusa, and Stheno; had snakes for hair; their glances turned mortals to stone
Gorja Goddess Parvathi -F
Govinda One Who Pleases The Cows, The Land And The Entire Nature
Graces Beautiful goddesses
Graeae Sentinels for Gorgons; Deino, Enyo, and Pephredo; had one eye among them, which passed from one to another
Gunina Lord Of all virtues -M Aglaia (Brilliance), Euphrosyne (Joy), and Thalia (Bloom); daughters of Zeus.
Gurudeva Master of All
Guruttam the Greatest Teacher -M


Hadassah Myrtle Tree -F
Hades (Dis) Name sometimes given Pluto; also, abode of dead, ruled by Pluto
Haemon Son of Creon; promised husband of Antigone; killed himself in her tomb
Hamadryads Tree nymphs
Hamsini One who rides a swan
Har Lord Shiva
Hara The Remover of Sins A Name of Lord Shiva -M
Hardev Lord Shiva
Harendra Lord Shiva
Hari The Lord Of Nature
Harihara Unified being with Vishnu-M God
Harikesh Lord Shiva
Harini Deer-Like
Harishankar Lord Shiva
Harivallabhi Consort of Lord Hari
Hariyanka One who sits on the Lap of Vishnu -M
Harmendra Moon
Harpies Monsters with heads of women and bodies of birds
Hassib The Reckoner
Havah Life The Hebrew name for Eve -F
Haviva Beloved -F
Hebe (Juventas) Goddess of youth; cupbearer of gods before Ganymede; daughter of Zeus and Hera
Hecate Goddess of sorcery and witchcraft
Hector Son of Priam; slayer of Patroclus; slain by Achilles
Hecuba Wife of Priam
Helen Fairest woman in world; daughter of Zeus and Leda; wife of Menelaus; carried to Troy by Paris, causing Trojan War
Heliades Daughters of Helios; mourned for Phaëthon and were changed to poplar trees
Helios (Sol) God of sun; later identified with Apollo
Helle Sister of Phrixos; fell from ram of Golden Fleece; water where she fell named Hellespont
Hemamalini Having Golden Garlands
Hemkesh Lord Shiva
Hephaestus (Vulcan) God of fire; celestial blacksmith; son of Zeus and Hera; husband of Aphrodite
Hera (Juno) Queen of heaven; wife of Zeus
Hercules Hero and strong man; son of Zeus and Alcmene; performed twelve labors or deeds to be free from bondage under Eurystheus; after death, his mortal share was destroyed, and he became immortal Also known as Herakles or Heracles Labors
Hermes (Mercury) God of physicians and thieves; messenger of gods; son of Zeus and Maia

Hero Priestess of Aphrodite; Leander swam Hellespont nightly to see her; drowned herself at his death (1) killing Nemean lion; (2) killing Lernaean Hydra; (3) capturing Erymanthian boar; (4) capturing Cerynean hind; (5) killing man eating Stymphalian birds; (6) procuring girdle of Hippolyte; (7) cleaning Augean stables; (8) capturing Cretan bull; (9) capturing man eating horses of Diomedes; (10) capturing cattle of Geryon; (11) procuring golden apples of Hesperides; (12) bringing Cerberus up from Hades.
Hesperus Evening star
Hestia (Vesta) Goddess of hearth; sister of Zeus
Himanish Lord Shiva
Himanshu Moon
Hippolyte Queen of Amazons; wife of Theseus
Hippolytus Son of Theseus and Hippolyte; falsely accused by Phaedra of trying to kidnap her; slain by Poseidon at request of Theseus
Hippomenes Husband of Atalanta, whom he beat in race by dropping golden apples, which she stopped to pick up
Hiram Noble King of Tyre who helped Solomon build his temple and David his palace-M
Hiranmayi Golden Appearance
Hiranyaprakai Amidst Gold
Hrishikesh The Lord Of All Senses
Hyacintha Helped many poor people The name means the flower Hyacinth -F
Hyacinthus Beautiful youth accidentally killed by Apollo, who caused flower to spring up from his blood
Hydra Nine
Hygeia Personification of health
Hyman God of marriage headed monster in marsh of Lerna; slain by Hercules.
Hyperion Titan; early sun god; father of Helios
Hypermnestra Daughter of Danaüs; refused to kill her husband Lynceus
Hypnos (Somnus) God of sleep
Iapetus Titan; father of Atlas, Epimetheus, and Prometheus
Icarus Son of Daedalus; flew too near sun with wax
Indira Radiant like the Sun
Indradhwaja Samabahudharini God With Shoulders Like Indra’s Flag attached wings and fell into sea and was drowned.
Indubhushan Lord Shiva
Indusheetala Cool like the Moon
Indushekhar Lord Shiva
Io Mortal maiden loved by Zeus; changed by Hera into heifer
Iobates King of Lycia; sent Bellerophon to slay Chimera
Iphigenia Daughter of Agamemnon; offered as sacrifice to Artemis at Aulis; carried by Artemis to Tauris where she became priestess; escaped from there with Orestes
Iris Goddess of rainbow; messenger of Zeus and Hera
Ishan Lord Shiva
Ishana The Contrller Of All Spirits -M,-F
Ismene Daughter of Oedipus; sister of Antigone
Istra The Greek Goddess of Psyche
Iulus Son of Aeneas
Ixion King of Lapithae; for making love to Hera he was bound to endlessly revolving wheel in Tartarus
Jacinta A Biblical Name -F
Jagadisha Master of the Universe
Jagannath Lord Of The Universe
Jahnu A Rishi after whom Ganga River has been named Jahanvi -M
Janardhana One Who Bestows Boons On One And All
Janus Roman god of gates and doors; represented with two opposite faces
Jaradhishamana Redeemer from Afflictions
Jason Son of Aeson; to gain throne of Ioclus from Pelias, went to Colchis and brought back Golden Fleece; married Medea; deserted her for Creüsa
Jatashankar Lord Shiva
Jatin One who has matted hair
Jaya Goddess of Victory
Jayani Conqueror -M,-F
Jerusha -F
Jessi Father Of David A Biblical Name -M
Jezriah -M
Jitamitra Vanquisher of Foes-M
Jocasta Wife of Laius; mother of Oedipus; unwittingly became wife of Oedipus; hanged herself when relationship was discovered
Jogindra Lord Shiva
Josiah -M
Juno Roman Equivalent of Hera
Jupiter Roman Equivalent of Zeus
Juventas Roman Equivalent of Hebe
Jyestha The Eldest -M
Jyotiraaditya The Resplendence Of The Sun
Jyotsana Radiant Like Flames
Kadambari Female cuckoo
Kailash One Who Bestows Peace
Kailashadhipati Lord of Mount Kailash
Kailashchandra Lord Shiva
Kailashnath Lord Shiva
Kamacharini Acting On One’s Own Accord
Kamakshi One with Attractive Eyes
Kamala Lotus
Kamalasambhava Emanating from the Lotus
Kamalnath The Lord Of Goddess Lakshmi
Kamalnayan The Lord With Lotus Shaped Eyes
Kamsantak Slayer of Kamsa -M
Kamsavidravanakari Threatened Kamsa
Kanjalochana Lotus-Eyed -M
Kantha Consort of Vishnu
Kapali Lord Shiva
Kapalin One who wears a necklace of skulls
Kapil Lord Shiva
Karuna Compassionate
Kashinath Lord Shiva
Kaveesha Lord Of Poets -M
Kedarnath Lord Shiva
Kesava He who has long curling hair  -M
Keshava One Who Has Long, Black Matted Locks
Keyurangadadharini Bejewelled With Armlets And Bracelets
Khadgaketaka Dharini Holder Of Sword And Shield
Khaleel A Friend 
Khama Embodiment Of Forgiveness
Kindam A Rishi in Indian Mythology- M
Kiriath The Son of Noah -F
Krishna Dark-Complexioned
Kshma Embodiment of Forgiveness -F
Kulavardhini Developer Of The Race
Kumari Young Girl
Lachesis One of several Fates
Laius Father of Oedipus, by whom he was slain
Lakashokavinashini Remover of Universal Agonies
Lakshmi Goddess of Wealth
Laocoön Priest of Apollo at Troy; warned against bringing wooden horse into Troy; destroyed with his two sons by serpents sent by Poseidon
Lares Roman ancestral spirits protecting descendants and homes
Latona Roman Equivalent of Leto
Lavinia Wife of Aeneas after defeat of Turnus
Leander Swam Hellespont nightly to see Hero; drowned in storm
Leda Mortal loved by Zeus in form of swan; mother of Helen, Clytemnestra, Dioscuri
Lethe One of several Rivers of Underworld
Leto (Latona) Mother by Zeus of Artemis and Apollo
Lingadhyaksha Lord of the Lingas
Lingaraja Lord of the Lingas
Lokadhyaksha Lord Of All The Three Lokas
Lokakriti Creator of The World -M
Lokamatri Mother of the Universe
Lokankara Creator of the Three Worlds
Lokapujya Worshipped by the Universe -M
Loukya Worldly Wise A name for Goddess Lakshmi -F
Lucina Roman goddess of childbirth; identified with Juno
Lynceus Son of Aegyptus; husband of Hypermnestra; slew Danaüs
Madhava Knowledge Filled God
Madhusudan Slayer Of Demon Madhu
Mahachakradharini Holder Of Chakra
Mahadev Lord Shiva
Mahadeva Greatest God
Mahakala Lord of All Times
Mahakaya Gigantic -M
Mahanidhi Great Storehouse -M
Mahapurush Great Being-M
Mahayogi Greatest of all Gods
Mahesh Lord Shiva
Mahesha Supreme Lord
Maheshwar Lord Shiva
Maheshwara Lord of Gods
Mahishasuranashini Destroyer Of Mahisha, One of several Pleiades
Maia Daughter of Atlas; mother of Hermes
Maitreyi A Women saint from the Vedic Era -F
Mamsapriya Fond Of Flesh
Manes Souls of dead Romans, particularly of ancestors
Mangalya Auspicious
Mangesh Lord Shiva
Mangirish Lord Shiva
Mani The Preventor A name for Allah 
Manishankar Lord Shiva
Manmohan All Pleasing Lord
Manohar Beautiful Lord
Manojavaya Speed Like Wind -M
Manomay Conqueror Of Ones Heart -M
Mantram Holy Name -M
Maroun A Name of a Lebanese Saint -M 
Mars Roman Equivalent of Ares
Marsyas Shepherd; challenged Apollo to music contest and lost; flayed alive by Apollo
Mayank Moon
Mayoora Pichhavalaya Wearer Of Peacock-Feathered Bangles
Mayur The Lord Who Has A Peacock Feathered-Crest
Medea Sorceress; daughter of Aeëtes; helped Jason obtain Golden Fleece; when deserted by him for Creüsa, killed her children and Creüsa
Medusa One of several Gorgons; slain by Perseus, who cut off her head
Megaera One of several Furies
Meleager Son of Althaea; his life would last as long as brand burning at his birth; Althaea quenched and saved it but destroyed it when Meleager slew his uncles
Melpomene One of several Muses
Memnon Ethiopian king; made immortal by Zeus; son of Tithonus and Eos
Menelaus King of Sparta; son of Atreus; brother of Agamemnon; husband of Helen
Mercury Roman Equivalent of Hermes
Merope One of several Pleiades Merope is said to have hidden in shame for loving a mortal
Mezentius Cruel Etruscan king; ally of Turnus against Aeneas; slain by Aeneas
Midas King of Phrygia; given gift of turning to gold all he touched
Minerva Roman Equivalent of Athena
Minos King of Crete; after death, one of three judges of dead in Hades; son of Zeus and Europa
Minotaur Monster, half man and half beast, kept in Labyrinth in Crete; slain by Theseus
Mnemosyne Goddess of memory; mother by Zeus of Muses
Modan An Austere Monk- M
Moirae One of several Fates
Momus God of ridicule
Morpheus God of dreams
Mors Roman Equivalent of Thanatos
Morta One of several Fates
Mrigankshekhar Lord Shiva
Mrityunjay Lord Shiva
Mudabbir A Name of Allah, The Almighty It means that HE created the Whole Working System of the Universe
Mukutavirajita Shining With Crown Adorned
Murali The Flute Playing Lord
Murari One with the Flute Lord Krishna -M
Murlidhar One Who Holds The Flute
Musawwir The Fashioner 
Muses Goddesses presiding over arts and sciences
Muta Ali The Most Exalted 
Mutakabbir The Majestic 
Nagararakshika Protector Of Land
Naiads Nymphs of waters, streams, and fountains
Naika The Many -M,-F
Nandgopala The Son Of Nand
Napaeae Wood nymphs
Narad The Indian Saint who is the Devotee of Narayan- M
Narayana The Refuge Of Everyone
Narcissus Beautiful youth loved by Echo; in punishment for not returning her love, he was made to fall in love with his image reflected in pool; pined away and became flower
Nataraj Lord Shiva
Nataraja King of the art of dancing
Natesh Lord Shiva
Navadurga All nine forms Of Durga-F
Neelesh / Nilesh Moon
Neelkanth Lord Shiva
Nemesis Goddess of retribution
Neoptolemus Son of Achilles; slew Priam; also known as Pyrrhus
Neptune Roman Equivalent of Poseidon
Nereids Sea nymphs; attendants on Poseidon
Nestor King of Pylos; noted for wise counsel in expedition against Troy
Nike Goddess of victory
Nilakantha The one with a blue throat
Nilesh The Blue God Lord Krishna -M
Niobe Daughter of Tantalus; wife of Amphion; her children slain by Apollo and Artemis; changed to stone but continued to weep her loss
Niranjana The Unblemished Lord
Nishanath Moon
Nishikant Moon
NityaPushta Gaining strength Day By Day
Nityasundara Ever beautiful
Nomiki Law
Nona One of several Fates
Notus One of several Winds
Nox Roman Equivalent of Nyx
Nymphs Beautiful maidens; minor deities of nature
Nyx (Nox) Goddess of night
Oceanids Ocean nymphs; daughters of Oceanus
Oceanus Eldest of Titans; god of waters
Odysseus (Ulysses) King of Ithaca; husband of Penelope; wandered ten years after fall of Troy before arriving home
Oedipus King of Thebes; son of Laius and Jocasta; unwittingly murdered Laius and married Jocasta; tore his eyes out when relationship was discovered
Oenone Nymph of Mount Ida; wife of Paris, who abandoned her; refused to cure him when he was poisoned by arrow of Philoctetes at Troy
Omkara Creator of OM
Omkareshwar Lord Shiva
Omkarnath Lord Shiva
Ops Roman Equivalent of Rhea
Oreads Mountain nymphs
Orestes Son of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra; brother of Electra; slew Clytemnestra and Aegisthus; pursued by Furies until his purification by Apollo
Orion Hunter; slain by Artemis and made heavenly constellation
Orpheus Famed musician; son of Apollo and Muse Calliope; husband of Eurydice
Padmahasta Lotus-Handed -M
Padmakshya Lotus-eyed
Padmamaladhara Wearer of Lotus Garland
Padmamukhi Lotus-Faced
Padmanabha The Lord Who Has A Lotus Shaped Navel
Padmanabhapriya Beloved of Padmanabha
Padmapriya Lover of Lotus -F
Padmasundari Beautiful Like the Lotus
Padmini Lotus
Padmodbhava One Who Emerged Out of the Lotus
Pakshalika On The Right Path Name of Goddess Lakshmi  -F
Pales Roman goddess of shepherds and herdsmen
Palinurus Aeneas’ pilot; fell overboard in his sleep and was drowned
Pan (Faunus) God of woods and fields; part goat; son of Hermes
Panchanan Lord Shiva
Panchavaktra Five Faced -M
Pandora Opener of box containing human ills; mortal wife of Epimetheus
Pankajadharini Lotus Holder -F
Pankajalochana Lotus Eyed -M
Papaharini Destroyer Of Sins
Paramatma Lord Of All Beings
Paramatmika Omnipresence
Parameshwara First among all gods First among all gods
Paramjyoti Greatest splendor
Parasme Most Superior-M
Paratpara Greatest of The Greats -M
Parcae One of several Fates
Paresha Lord of The Lords -M
Paris Son of Priam; gave apple of discord to Aphrodite, for which she enabled him to carry off Helen; slew Achilles at Troy; slain by Philoctetes
Parthasarthi Charioteer Of Partha – Arjuna
Pashadharini Holder Of Rope
Pashupati Lord Shiva
Pashupriya Fond Of All Beings
Patradharini Vessel-Holder
Patroclus Great friend of Achilles; wore Achilles’ armor and was slain by Hector
Pegasus Winged horse that sprang from Medusa’s body at her death; ridden by Bellerophon when he slew Chimera
Pelias King of Ioclus; seized throne from his brother Aeson; sent Jason for Golden Fleece; slain unwittingly by his daughters at instigation of Medea
Pelops Son of Tantalus; his father cooked and served him to gods; restored to life; Peloponnesus named for him
Penates Roman household gods
Penelope Wife of Odysseus; waited faithfully for him for many years while putting off numerous suitors
Pephredo One of several Graeae
Periphetes Giant; son of Hephaestus; slain by Theseus
Persephone (Proserpine) Queen of infernal regions; daughter of Zeus and Demeter; wife of Pluto
Perseus Son of Zeus and Danaë; slew Medusa; rescued Andromeda from monster and married her
Phaedra Daughter of Minos; wife of Theseus; caused the death of her stepson, Hippolytus
Phaethon Son of Helios; drove his father’s sun chariot and was struck down by Zeus before he set world on fire
Phanibhushan Lord Shiva
Philippa A Greek name meaning Lover of Horses
Philoctetes Greek warrior who possessed Hercules’ bow and arrows; slew Paris at Troy with poisoned arrow
Phineus Betrothed of Andromeda; tried to slay Perseus but turned to stone by Medusa’s head
Phlegethon One of several Rivers of Underworld
Phosphor Morning star
Phrixos Brother of Helle; carried by ram of Golden Fleece to Colchis
Pirithous Son of Ixion; friend of Theseus; tried to carry off Persephone from Hades; bound to enchanted rock by Pluto
Pleiades Alcyone, Celaeno, Electra, Maia, Merope, Sterope or Asterope, Taygeta; seven daughters of Atlas; transformed into heavenly constellation, of which six stars are visible (Merope is said to have hidden in shame for loving a mortal)
Pluto (Dis) God of Hades; brother of Zeus
Plutus God of wealth
Pollux One of Dioscuri
Polymnia (Polyhymnia) One of several Muses
Polynices Son of Oedipus; he and his brother Eteocles killed each other; burial rite, forbidden by Creon, performed by his sister Antigone
Polyphemus Cyclops; devoured six of Odysseus’s men; blinded by Odysseus
Polyxena Daughter of Priam; betrothed to Achilles, whom Paris slew at their betrothal; sacrificed to shade of Achilles
Pomona Roman goddess of fruits
Pontus Sea god; son of Gaea
Poseidon (Neptune) God of sea; brother of Zeus
Prabha Radiant Like the Sun
Prabhave Popular Lord -M
Pragnya Scholar -M, -F
Prajna Wisdom
Prakruti Nature
Praneel A Name for Lord Shiva A Combination of 2 names of Lord Shiva namely Prasannanjeneya and Neelakantha -M
Pranshu One who Knows everything According to a Shloka in the Vishnu Sahasranama -M
Prasadabhimukhi Emerging to Grant Boons
Prasanna Cheerful
Prasannakshi Lively-Eyed
Priam King of Troy; husband of Hecuba; ransomed Hector’s body from Achilles; slain by Neoptolemus
Priapus God of regeneration
Pribhakta Favourite Of The Devotees -M
Priyadarshana Of loving vision
Procris Wife of Cephalus, who accidentally slew her
Procrustes Giant; stretched or cut off legs of victims to make them fit iron bed; slain by Theseus
Proetus Husband of Anteia; sent Bellerophon to Iobates to be put to death
Prometheus Titan; stole fire from heaven for man Zeus punished him by chaining him to rock in Caucasus where vultures devoured his liver daily
Proserpine Roman Equivalent of Persephone
Proteus Sea god; assumed various shapes when called on to prophesy
Psyche Beloved of Eros; punished by jealous Aphrodite; made immortal and united with Eros
Purshottam The Supreme Soul
Purunjay Lord Shiva
Pushti Healthy
Putrapamrityunashini Sustainer Of Son’s Untimely Death
Pygmalion King of Cyprus; carved ivory statue of maiden which Aphrodite gave life as Galatea
Pyramus Babylonian youth; made love to Thisbe through hole in wall; thinking Thisbe slain by lion, killed himself
Python Serpent born from slime left by Deluge; slain by Apollo
Qabid The Constrictor 
Qahhar The Subduer 
Quirinus Roman war god
Rackshasamardini Destroyer of Demons Goddess Durga -F
Radesh A Name for Lord Krishna meaning the accompanier of Radha -M
Raibat A Name for Lord Shiva -M
Rajeevalochana Lotus-Eyed -M
Rakshan The Protector -M
Ramaa Pleaser of the Lord
Ramadhuta Ambassador of Rama -M
Rameshwar Lord Shiva
Ramoji -M
Raphaela Devoted to educating Children -F
Raqib The Watchful 
Ratri Night -F
Ravilochanaa Having sun as the eye
Remus Brother of Romulus; slain by him
Rhadamanthus One of three judges of dead in Hades; son of Zeus and Europa
Rhea (Ops) Daughter of Uranus and Gaea; wife of Cronus; mother of Zeus; identified with Cybele
Rhesa A Biblical Name found in the Luke 3
Rivers of Underworld Acheron (woe), Cocytus (wailing), Lethe (forgetfulness), Phlegethon (fire), Styx (across which souls of dead were ferried by Charon)
Romulus Founder of Rome; he and Remus suckled in infancy by she
Rudra Lord Shiva
Rudraksha One who has eyes like Rudra
Rudranath Lord Shiva
Rudrapriya Beloved of Shiva -M, -F
Rufus Red Son of Simon the Cyrenian -M
Sadashiva Eternal God
Sai Amartya Immortal -M
Sai Deep
Sai Gunateeta Virtuous and Attributelesss -F
Sai Jayani Personification of Victory -F
Sai Jeevadhara Support of All Living Beings -M
Sai Kalakala Lord of Eternity -M
Sai Kalateeta Beyond Time Limitations -M
Sai Satpurusha Virtuous, Pious, Venerable One -M
Sainath Supreme and Powerful Lord -M
Saketharaman A Name for Lord Rama-M
Samaria A watch Mountain -F
Samudratanaya Beloved Daughter of the Ocean of Milk
Sanatana Eternel -M
Sandhya Twilight
Sankarshanasamanana Equal To Sankarshana
Santati Granter of Issues -F
Saptarishi The 7 Great Rishis of Indian Mythology- M
Saradha Goddess of education
Sarpedon King of Lycia; son of Zeus and Europa; slain by Patroclus at Troy
Sarvabhootahitaprada Granter of Universal Niceties
Sarvacharya Preceptor of All
Sarvagny The All Knowing -M
Sarvapadravanivarini Dispeller of all Distresses
SarvapalakaProtector of All
Sarveshvara Lord Of all -M
Sarveshwara Lord of All Gods
Saturn Roman Equivalent of Cronus
Satya All Truth
Satyavache Speaker of Truth -M
Satyrs Hoofed demigods of woods and fields; companions of Dionysus
Saukhayada Bestower of Well Beings -F
Saukhyada Bestower Of Well-Being
Sava A Trainer of Young monks -M
Sciron Robber; forced strangers to wash his feet, then hurled them into sea where tortoise devoured them; slain by Theseus
Scylla Female monster inhabiting rock opposite Charybdis; menaced passing sailors
Selene Goddess of moon
Semele Daughter of Cadmus; mother by Zeus of Dionysus; demanded Zeus appear before her in all his splendor and was destroyed by his lightning bolts
Shakorun A Name for Allah, The Almighty He is one who can hear Everything
Shambhavi Son Of Parvati -M,-F
Shambhu Abode of Joy
Shanbhu Lord Shiva
Shankar Lord Shiva
Shankara Giver of Joy
Sharanya Granter of Refuge -F
Shashank Moon
Shashi Moon
Shashibhushan Lord Shiva
Shashidhar Lord Shiva
Shashikant Moon
Shashish Lord Shiva
Shashishekhar Lord Shiva
Shashvata Eternal -M
Sheetanshu Moon
Shekhar Lord Shiva
Shilathata Vinikshibda At Birth,Slammed By Kamsa
Shirdi Prasad A Name for Sai Baba -M
Shiromali Lord Shiva
Shiva Always Pure,Auspicious
Shivakari Source of Auspicious Things
Shivendra Lord Shiva
Shivji Lord Shiva
Shivraj Lord Shiva
Shivshankar Lord Shiva
Shoora Bold -M
Shraddha Devoted
Shrimate Revered -M
Shubha Auspicious
Shubhan One who is Auspicious -M
Shubhanshu Moon
Shubhaprada Granter of Auspicious Things
Shuchi Embodiment of Purity
Shyam Dark-Complexioned Lord
Shyamsundara Lord Of The Beautiful Evenings
Sibyis Various prophetesses; most famous, Cumaean sibyl, accompanied Aeneas into Hades
Siddhanath Lord Shiva
Siddheshwar Lord Shiva
Siddhi Ever Ready To Protect -F
Sileni Minor woodland deities similar to satyrs (singular
Silvanus Roman god of woods and fields
Sinis Giant; bent pines, with which he hurled victims against side of mountain; slain by Theseus
Sirens Minor deities who lured sailors to destruction with their singing
Sisyphus King of Corinth; condemned in Tartarus to roll huge stone to top of hill; it always rolled back down again
Sokanathan Lord Shiva  -M
Sol Roman Equivalent of Helios
Someshwar Lord Shiva
Someshwara Lord of All Gods
Somnath Lord Shiva
Somnus Roman Equivalent of Hypnos
Sphinx Monster of Thebes; killed those who could not answer her riddle; slain by Oedipus Name also refers to other monsters having body of lion, wings, and head and bust of woman
Sterope (Asterope) One of several Pleiades
Stheno One of several Gorgons
Straina Soumya Showering Goodness on Women
Styx One of several Rivers of Underworld The souls of the dead were ferried across the Styx by Charon
Sudarshana Handsome Lord
Sudha Nectar
Sudhakar Moon
Sudhanshu Moon
Sukhda Teh Bestower Of Happiness -F
Suprasanna Ever Cheerful and beaming-M,-F
Suprita Well Pleased -F
Surashreshtta Supreme among the Celestials -F
Sureshwar Lord Of The Gods -M
Suryashankar Lord Shiva
Sutada Granter Of Issues
Swaha Shape of Swahadevi(Auspicious)
Swayambhu Lord Shiva
Symplegades Clashing rocks at entrance to Black Sea; Argo passed through, causing them to become forever fixed
Syrinx Nymph pursued by Pan; changed to reeds, from which he made his pipes
Talitha A Young Maiden in the Bible whom Jesus brings to Life -F
Tamar Flower of the Desert Daughter of King David-F
Tantalus Cruel king; father of Pelops and Niobe; condemned in Tartarus to stand chin
Tapasendra Lord Shiva
Tarakeshwar Lord Shiva
Taraknath Lord Shiva
Tartarus Underworld below Hades; often refers to Hades
Taygeta One of several Pleiades
Tejaswani One who spreads illumination
Telemachus Son of Odysseus; made unsuccessful journey to find his father
Tellus Roman goddess of earth
Terminus Roman god of boundaries and landmarks
Terpsichore One of several Muses
Terra Roman earth goddess
Thalia One of several Graces Also one of several Muses
Thanatos (Mors) God of death
Themis Titan goddess of laws of physical phenomena; daughter of Uranus; mother of Prometheus
Theseus Son of Aegeus; slew Minotaur; married and deserted Ariadne; later married Phaedra
Thisbe Beloved of Pyramus; killed herself at his death
Thyestes Brother of Atreus; Atreus killed three of his sons and served them to him at banquet
Timothy A Bishop -M
Tiresias Blind soothsayer of Thebes
Tisiphone One of several Furies
Titans Early gods from which Olympian gods were derived; children of Uranus and Gaea
Tithonus Mortal loved by Eos; changed into grasshopper
Tribhuvaneshwari Goddess of The Three Worlds -F
Trilochan Lord Shiva
Trilochana Three-Eyed Lord
Trilokesh Lord Shiva
Trilokpati Master of all the Three World
Trimbakeshwar Lord Shiva
Trinetra Lord Shiva
Tripurari Lord Shiva
Tripurdaman Destroyer of the Demon Tripura A Name for Lord Shiva -M
Triton Demigod of sea; son of Poseidon
Trivikrama Lord of 3 Worlds-M
Turnus King of Rutuli in Italy; betrothed to Lavinia; slain by Aeneas
Udaranga Endowed with a Beautiful Body
Ulysses Roman Equivalent of Odysseus
Umakant Lord Shiva
Umapati Consort of Uma
Umashankar Lord Shiva
Umesh Lord Shiva
Unnikrishnan Lord Krishna -M
Upendra Brother Of Indra
Urania One of several Muses
Uranus Personification of Heaven; husband of Gaea; father of Titans; dethroned by his son Cronus
Vachi Nectar-Like Speech
Vaidehi A Name for Goddess Sita -F
Vaidyanath Lord Shiva
Vaikunthanatha Lord Of Vaikuntha
Vajrakaya Sturdy Like Metal -M
Vamika F
Vapurda Granter Of Beautiful Appearance
Varada Granter of Boons -F
Varalakshmi Granter of Bounty
Vararoha Ready to Offer Boons
Vashisht A Rishi in Indian Mythology- M
Vasudev All Prevailing Lord
Vasudha Earth
Vasudharini Bearing the the Burden of Earth
Vasundhara Daughter of the Earth
Vasuprada Bestower of Wealth
Vedakarta Originator of the Vedas
Vedatmane Spirit of the Vedas-M
Veeresh Lord Shiva
Veereshwar Lord Shiva
Venus Roman Equivalent of Aphrodite
Vertumnus Roman god of fruits and vegetables; husband of Pomona
Vesta Roman Equivalent of Hestia
Vibha Radiant
Vibhuti Wealth
Vidhya Wisdom
Vijaya Conqueror
Vikat Of The Monstrous Figure -M
Vikruti Multi-Faceted Nature
Vimala Pure
Vindhyavasini Resident Of The Vindhyas
Vishalaksha Wide-eyed Lord
Vishnu All Prevailing Lord
Vishnupatni Consort of Vishnu
Vishnuvakshah Residing in Vishnu’s Chect
Vishveshwara Lord of the Universe
Vishwajanani Mother of the Universe
Vishwamitra A Rishi in Indian Mythology- M
Vishwanath Lord Shiva
Vishwatma Soul Of The Universe
Vividayudhadhara Bearer Of Various Weapons
Vrishavahan Lord Shiva
Vulcan Roman Equivalent of Hephaestus
Vyadhinashini Vanquisher Of Ailments
Winds Aeolus (keeper of winds), Boreas (Aquilo) (north wind), Eurus (east wind), Notus (Auster) (south wind), Zephyrus (Favonius) (west wind)
Yadavendra King Of The Yadav Clan
Yashodagarba Sambhoota Emerging From Yashoda’s Womb
Yashvasin The Popular -M
Yogi The Supreme Master
Yoginampati Lord Of The Yogis -M
Yogindra Lord Shiva
Yogine Saint -M
Yogini Lover Of Yogas -M,-F
Yogiraj Great Ascetic -M
Zared A Brook running into the dead sea -M
Zephyrus One of several Winds
Zeus (Jupiter) Chief of Olympian gods; son of Cronus and Rhea; husband of Hera
Zoe Life Egyptian translation of the name Eve-F