Sunil is an Indian male name meaning “very dark” or “very blue”, composed of
su- सु (good, well) and nila नील (dark blue).
: Proto-Indo-European Origin
: “very dark” or “very blue” Meaning
: Indian, Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, Assamese, Gujarati, Punjabi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Nepali Usage
محمّد is an Arabic male name, a variant transcription of Muhammed meaning “praised, commendable” via hammada حَمَّدَ (to praise, commend, laud) derived from a root word related to praising. It was the name of prophet Muhammad who introduced Islam to the Arabian peninsula which is likely why it’s such a popular boy’s name among Muslims.
Mohammed is also a surname originating from the given name.
: Arabic Origin
: “praised, commendable” Meaning
: Arabic, Bengali Usage
Muhammad (Arabic, Urdu, Punjabi, Pashto, Bengali, Tajik, Uzbek, Indonesian, Malay, Avar) Mohammad (Arabic, Urdu, Punjabi, Pashto, Bengali, Tatar, Persian) Muhammed (Arabic, Turkish) Mohamed (Egyptian Arabic, Maghrebi Arabic, Dhivehi) Mohamad (Arabic, Malay, Indonesian, Filipino, Maguindanao, Maranao) Mahometus (Latinized Arabic form of the name) Mahomet (anglicized form of Mahometus, an obsolete spelling) Mehmet (Turkish) Mehmed (Ottoman Turkish, Bosnian) Muhammet (Turkish) Mamadou (Western African) Muhammadu (Western African, Hausa, Fula) Mahamadou (Western African Mamadu (Western African) Mochamad (Indonesian) Mochammad (Indonesian) Muhamad (Indonesian, Malay, Avar) Muhamed (Bosnian) Muhamet (Albanian) Məhəmməd (Azerbaijani) Məmməd (Azerbaijani) Mahammad (Azerbaijani) Mokhmad (Chechen) Magomed (Chechen, Avar) Magomet (Chechen, Avar, Ossetian) Mukhamed (Kazakh) Mukhammed (Kazakh) Mihemed (Kurdish) Makhamat (Ossetian) Maxamed (Somali, Eastern African) Muhemmet (Uyghur)
अमित is an Indian male name meaning “immeasurable, infinite, boundless” which derives from Sanskrit.
עָמִית is also a Hebrew unisex name meaning “friend” or “colleague
: Sanskrit; Hebrew Origin
: “immeasurable, finite, boundless” in Sanskrit; “friend” or “colleague” in Hebrew Meaning
: Indian, Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, Assamese, Odia, Punjabi, Malayalam, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Nepali, Hebrew Usage
: Pronunciation ah-mitt ( Forvo) in Hindi; ah-meet in Hebrew
Amita (Indian, Hindi, Nepali, Marathi) Ameeta (Indian, Hindi)
Asim عاسم is an Arabic male name meaning “protector”, as well as also being an Arabic surname originating from the given name.
असीम is also an Indian male name meaning “boundless, limitless, endless” which derives from Sanskrit, made up of negative prefix a-(अ-) and sima सीम (limit, border).
: Arabic; Sanskrit Origin
: “protector” in Arabic; “boundless, limitless, endless” in Sanskrit Meaning
: Arabic, Indian, Hindi, Bengali Usage
Assem (Arabic) Aseem (Indian, Hindi)
Asima (Indian, Hindi, Arabic)
Sonali (सोनाली) is an Indian female name, the strictly feminine form of
Sonal meaning “gold” which derives from Sanskrit suvárṇa (gold), composed of सुवर्ण su-, a Sanskrit prefix meaning “good, well” combined with varna (hue, color), both of which derive from a PIE origin.
: Proto-Indo-European Origin
: “gold” Meaning
: Indian, Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati Usage
Sonalee (Indian, Hindi) Sonal (Indian, Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati) Sona (Indian, Hindi) Swarna (Indian, Telugu, Hindi) Swaran (Punjabi)
Sonal (Indian, Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati) Swarna (Indian, Telugu, Hindi) Swaran (Punjabi)