Name Svaha
Meaning (Wife of fire God)
Gender Girl
Religion Hindu
Numerology 6
Length 2.5
Zodiac Sign Aquarius

Svaha Meaning

If you are thinking of naming your child Svaha, then it is important to know its meaning first. Let us tell you that Svaha means (Wife of fire God). By keeping the name Svaha, your child also starts behaving like the meaning of this name. For this reason also, before naming the child, its meaning should be known. By keeping the name Svaha, your child also acquires the qualities that are included in its meaning. It is believed that a person with the name Svaha can have a glimpse of (Wife of fire God) in his nature. The zodiac sign of the name Svaha, the lucky number of the name Svaha, and the personality of the people with the name Svaha or the meaning of this name, etc. are explained further.

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Svaha's Lucky Number

The zodiac sign of the name Svaha is Saturn and the lucky number is 8. Girls named Svaha with the number 8 never face a shortage of money because they know how to save money well. The most special thing about the girls named Svaha of this number is that they make their own rules. Girls named Svaha are very fond of music. Girls named Svaha do not depend on others' help or luck. They reach the heights of success through their efforts. Girls named Svaha are kind but they get success in their life a little late.

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Svaha Personality

The zodiac sign of the name Svaha is Aquarius. Girls named Svaha have self-control and are very soft-hearted. There is no dearth of qualities in them. Girls named Svaha do not lack intelligence and are very proud of their knowledge. It is a little difficult to understand the nature of women named Svaha associated with this zodiac sign. Although girls named Svaha talk well with everyone, they make friends very carefully. Girls named Svaha help everyone. They are kind by nature.

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Svaha's zodiac Aquarius Names, Rashi & Horoscope

Name Meaning Religion
Shivangi Half part of Hindu Lord Shiva, Auspicious, Beautiful, Goddess Durga Hindu
Shivani Goddess Durga, The consort of Shiva, I.e., Durga, Parvati Hindu
Shivanija Hindu
Shivanjali Goddess Parvati, A part of Shiv (Wife of Lord Shiva) Hindu
Shivank Mark of Lord Shiva Hindu
Shivanki Hindu
Shivanne Goddess Parvati, Consort of Shiva Hindu
Shivansh A portion of Lord Shiv Hindu
Shivanshi A part of Shiv Hindu
Shivanshu Part of Lord Shiva Hindu
Shivapriya Liked by Lord Shiva, Goddess Durga Hindu
Shivaraj The destroyer, Lord Shiva Hindu
Shivaranjini Name of a Raga Hindu
Shivartha Hindu
Shivas Lord Shiva, Another form of the name Shiva Hindu
Shivasakthi Name of a Raga Hindu
Shivashankar Lord Shiva or auspicious or Lucky Hindu
Shivasundari Goddess Durga, Consort of Shiva, Epithet of Durga or Parvati Hindu
Shivasunu Lord Ganesh, Child of Shiva Hindu
Shivatmika Goddess Lakshmi, Soul of Shiva, Consisting of the essence of Shiva Hindu
Shivayya Lord Shiva, Ayya - father Hindu
Shive Lord Shiva, The third God of the Hindu Trinity Hindu
Shivea Hindu
Shivechha Hindu
Shivel Another name Lord Shiva Hindu
Shiven Name of Lord Shiva, The destroyer, One who maintains balance between life & death Hindu
Shivendra Lord Shiva and Lord Indra Hindu
Shivendu Pure Moon Hindu
Shivenk Lord Shiva & venkateswara Hindu
Shivesh Lord Shiva, Shiva + Ish, Shiva, The God Hindu
Shiveshvar God of welfare Hindu
Shivi Name of a great king in Hindu mythology Hindu
Shivika Palanquin, Palki Hindu
Shivin Name of Lord Shiva, The destroyer, One who maintains balance between life & death Hindu
Shivli Flower Hindu
Shivmati It means the brain of Lord Shiva Hindu
Shivohne Hindu
Shivparsad Gift of Lord Shiva Hindu
Shivraj The destroyer, Lord Shiva Hindu
Shivram Lord Shiva, Lord Ram Hindu
ShivShekhar Lord Shiva, Shivas crest, Shivas head, The Moon Hindu
Shivta Hindu
Shivya Hindu
Shiwangi Half part of Hindu Lord Shiva, Auspicious, Beautiful, Goddess Durga Hindu
Shiya Snow at dawn, Death Hindu
Shkear Hindu
Shlaghya Excellent Hindu
Shlarika Hindu
Shlesh Physical bonding Hindu
Shlesha More than enough Hindu