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Female names starting with alphabet “A”

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Amala Kesavi

It refers to Kesavi, who is amala (pure).

Amala Krishna Karuna

It means “Compassion of The amala (pure) Lord Krishna”.

Amala Krishna Krpa

It means “Mercy of the amala(pure) Lord Krishna”.

Amala Krishnaprema

It means “Amala (pure) love of Godhead (Krishna)”.

Amala Lakshmi

It refers to Goddess Lakshmi, who is amala (pure).

Amala Lakshmi mata

It refers to Mother Lakshmi, who is amala (pure).

Amala Lila

It means “Pure pastimes of Lord Krishna”.

Amala Lilesvari

It means “The Goddess of amala (pure) pastimes”, i.e. Srimati Radharani.

Amala Malini

It refers to Goddess Malini, who is amala (pure).

Amala Manjari

It refers to the amala (pure manjari). Manjaris are assistants of gopis in Vraja.

Amala Prema

It refers to the divine, pure/spotless Love of Lord Krishna.

Amala Premamayi

One is filled with amala pure love of Godhead.

Amala Priti

It means “Amala (pure) love of Godhead”.

Amala Priti Devi

It refers to the Goddess of Amala (pure) love of Godhead, i.e. Srimati Radharani.

Amala Radha

It refers to Srimati Radha who is amala (pure).

Amala Radhika

It refers to Srimati Radhika who is amala (pure).

Amala Rati

It refers to Rati who is amala (pure). (Rati is a name of Srimati Radharani, which means “The one who is always delightful/happy”.)

Amala Rohini

It refers to Rohini who is amala (pure).

Amala Saci

It refers to Saci devi who is Amala (pure).

Amala Sakhi

It means “The pure(amala) sakhi”.

Amala Sita

It refers to Sita devi, who is amala (pure).

Amala Sri

It refers to Goddess Sri who is amala(pure).

Amala Sundari

It refers to the beautiful girl who is amala (pure), i.e. Srimati Radharani.

Amala Sundari Radha

It refers to Srimati Radha who is a pure (amala), beautiful girl.

Amala Vishnupriya

It refers to Vishnupriya, who is pure(amala).

Amalanandi

It refers to the one who is filled with pure (amala) bliss/happiness.

Amani Gopi

It refers to the gopi who is Amani (one who is without false prestige and does not expect any respect).

Amara Radha

It refers to Srimati Radha, who is immortal.

Amara Radhika

It refers to Srimati Radhika, who is immortal.

Amaresvari Gopi

It refers to the gopi who is the Goddess of immortal people, i.e. Srimati Radharani.

Amaresvari Lakshmi

It refers to Goddess Lakshmi, who is the immortal Goddess.

Amaresvari Radha

It refers to Srimati Radha, who is the immortal Goddess.

Amba Rohini

It means “Mother Rohini”.

Amba Yashoda

It means “Mother Yashoda”.

Ambhoda

A Name of Srimati Radharani. It means “The giver of water”.

Ambika

Ambika was the daughter of King of Kashi and wife of Vichitravirya (King of Hastinapur) and the mother of King Pandu(father of the Pandavas). Ambika was also one of the nurses who fed Krishna with their breast milk.

Ambika

A name of Goddess Durga as well as that of Srimati Radharani, which means “She is the mother of the whole world”.

Ambika gopi

She was one of the nurses who fed Lord Krishna with their breast milk.

Ambika Gopika

It refers to Srimati Radharani whose two names are Ambika and Gopika.

Ambika gopimata

It refers to Goddess Ambika, whom The gopis consider as their mother. (Gopika is a name of Goddess Durga, which means “She is the mother of the whole world”.)

Ambika Malini

It refers to Goddess Durga whose two names are Ambika and Malini.

Ambika Padmini

It refers to Goddess Ambika who is like a lotus-flower.

Ambika Priya

It refers to the one who is dear to Ambika.

Ambika sakhi

It means “Sakhi (friend) of Ambika”.

Ambudhara

The mother of Rsabhdev, a partial incarnation of the Supreme Personality of Godhead.

Ambujaksi Gopi

It refers to that gopi whose eyes are like lotus flowers, i.e. Srimati Radharani.

Amekhala

A name of Yamuna Devi.

Ameya

A name of Goddess Durga, which means “She is beyond measure”.

Amita prabha

It means “incomparable effulgence”.

Amitasakti

It means “Unlimited potency”.

Amoha

A name of Srimati Radharani, which means “She is free from bewilderment”.

Amravati

It is the city of Lord Indra in Heaven.

Amrita bhakti

It means “nectarean bhakti (devotion)”.

Amrita Devaki

It refers to Devaki, who is like nectar.

Amrita Ganga

It refers to Mother Ganga who provides immortal pleasure to the devotees.

Amrita Gaurangi

It refers to Gaurangi, who gives immortal pleasure to his devotees.

Amrita Gauri

It refers to Gauri, who gives immortal pleasure to his devotees. (Gauri is a name of Srimati Radharani which means “She is fair”.)

Amrita Gauri Devi

It refers to Gauri devi, who gives immortal pleasure to his devotees. (Gauri is a name of Srimati Radharani which means “She is fair”.)

Amrita gopi

It means “The nectarean gopi”.

Amrita Nama

It refers to the nectarean names of The Lord.

Amrita Sundari Devi

It refers to the beautfiul Goddess who is provides immortal pleasure to Her devotees, i.e. Srimati Radharani.

Amritamayi Lalita

It refers to Lalita devi, who is like nectar.

Amritamayi Sakhi

It refers to the sakhi who is like nectar.

Amritavani

It means “Nectarean speech”.

Amritesvari

It means “The necatarean Goddess”, i.e. Srimati Radharani.

Amritesvari Radha

It refers to Srimati Radha, who is the nectarean Goddess.

Amrta

It means “nectar”.

Amrta Candrika

It means “The immortal Candrika devi”.

Amrta Candrika Devi

It refers to Candrika Devi, who is immortal.

Amrta Daya

It means “Nectarean mercy”.

Amrta Daya Devi

It refers to Daya, who is immortal.

Amrta Dayini

It means “The giver of Nectar”. It refers to Mohini Murti.

Amrta Ganga

It refers to Ganga devi, who is nectarean.

Amrta Gopika

It refers to Gopika, who gives immortal pleasure to Her devotees. (Gopika is a name of Srimati Radharani which means “The prominent cowherd girl”.)

Amrta Harinama

It refers to the nectarean harinama.

Amrta Jahnava

It refers to Jahnava devi, who is nectarean.

Amrta Lakshmi

It refers to The immortal Goddess Lakshmi.

Amrta Lakshmi Anasuya

It refers to The immortal Goddess Lakshmi, who is anasuya (free from envy and jealousy).

Amrta Lalita

It refers to The immortal Lalita devi.

Amrta Lila

It refers to the nectarean pastimes of Lord Krishna.

Amrta Lila Radhika

It refers to Srimati Radhika who performs nectarean pastimes of Lord Krishna.

Amrta Lilamayi

It refers to the one who performs nectarean pastimes.

Amrta Lilamayi Radha

It refers Srimati Radha, who performs nectarean pastimes.

Amrta Lilavati

It refers to Lilavati, who is nectarean.

Amrta Madhavi

It refers to Madhavi, who gives immortal pleasure to His devotees. (Madhavi is a name of Srimati Radharani, which means “She is Lord Madhava’s beloved”.)

Amrta Padma

It refers to Padma, who gives immortal pleasure to his devotees. (Padma is one of the names of Srimati Radharani, which means “She is like a Lotus flower”.)

Amrta Prabha

It means “Nectarean/immortal effulgence”.

Amrta prema

It refers to the Nectarean love of Godhead.

Amrta Radha

It refers to Srimati Radharani, which means She provides immortal pleasure to her devotees.

Amrta Radhasakhi

It refers to Radhasakhi (friend of Radha) who is immortal.

Amrta Radhika

It refers to Srimati Radhika who gives immortal pleasure to Her devotees.

Amrta Rupini

It refers to the one who has a nectarean/immortal form, i.e. Srimati Radharani.

Amrta Saci

It refers to Saci devi, who is immortal.

Amrta Sakhi

It refers to the immortal sakhi (friend).

Amrta Sevini

It refers to the nectarean/immortal servitor.

Amrta Sita

It refers to Sita devi, who provides immortal pleasure to the devotees.

Amrta Subhadra

It refers to Subhadra who is immortal.

Amrta Sundari

It refers to the one who is immortal and beautiful.

Amrta Tulasi

It refers to Tulasi devi who is immortal.

Amrta Vardhini

It refers to the one who promotes immortality.

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