1000 Unique Nepali Boys’ Names With English Meaning

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101)       Chandra- moon

102)       Chaah- wish

103)       Chaman- flower garden

104)       Chuman- curious

105)       Champak- flower

106)       Chatresh- god

107)       Chhayank- moon

108)       Chitransh- artist

109)       Chahel- good cheer

110)       Chapal- quick

111)       Chandan- sandalwood

112)       Chakor- bird

113)       Chyavan- saint

114)       Chakradhar- lord Vishnu

115)       Chiranth- immortal

116)       Chirantan- immortal

117)       Chitraksh- beautiful eyed

118)       Chelan- consciousness

119)       Chiman- curious

120)       Charan- leg

121)       Darpan- mirror

122)       Dakshesh- lord Shiva

123)       Darshan- vision paying respect

124)       Darpak- god of Love

125)       Devak- divine

126)       Dharma- religion

127)       Dhiraj- patience

128)       Dhiren- one who is strong

129)       Dhyan- meditation

130)       Dibya- heavenly

131)       Dilip- king

132)       Diwakar- sun

133)       Dwijesh- river

134)       Deepak- light

135)       Dev- god

136)       Drishya- vision

137)       Devansh- part of God

138)       Dakshin- south direction

139)       Danveer- charitable

140)       Dandak- forest

141)       Darshak- spectator

142)       Darsheel- perfection

143)       Dahak- powerful

144)       Dakshya- brilliance

145)       Dal- group

146)       Eeswar- god

147)       Ednit- developed

148)       Ehan- expected

149)       Ehit- always smiling

150)       Ekadrist- single tusked lord

151)       Ekanga- bodyguard

152)       Ekaksh- one-eyed

153)       Ekatan- closely attentive

154)       Ekant- solitude

155)       Ekodar- brother

156)       Ekayavan- wise one

157)       Elango- prince

158)       Elesh- king

159)       Ekagrah- focused

160)       Ekansh- whole

161)       Eknath- poet

162)       Ekraj- emperor

163)       Elil- handsome

164)       Eshit- desired

165)       Eshar- blessed

166)       Etash- brilliant

167)       Ettan- breath

168)       Evaraj- brightly shining

169)       Ekaj- the only child

170)       Eashav- special

171)       Fateh- victory

172)       Fenil- foamy

173)       Frany- joyful

174)       Faneesh- lord shiva

175)       Fravash- guardian angel

176)       Fanibhusan- one who wears a serpent as an ornament

177)       Falgu- lovely

178)       Falgun- one who is born in snowy season

179)       Fanishwar- lord of serpents

180)       Fanindra- the cosmic serpent Shesh

181)       Gambhir- deep

182)       Gagan- sky

183)       Gaurav- honor, pride

184)       Ganesh- lord

185)       Ghanshyam- lord Krishna

186)       Giri- mountain

187)       Gopal- cowherd(Lord Krishna)

188)       Gyan- knowledge

189)       Guru- teacher

190)       Giriraj- king of mountains

191)       Gopan- protection

192)       Govil – respected

193)       Gahan- depth

194)       Gandira- hero

195)       Girvan- language of god

196)       Gishi- hostage

197)       Giyan- brilliant

198)       Guna- qualities

199)       Gunamay- virtuous

200)       Gurmukh- pious man

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11 thoughts on “1000 Unique Nepali Boys’ Names With English Meaning

  1. Greetings,
    I am an author of educational children’s books that carry characters to different and fascinating countries around the globe.
    My next story is based in Nepal (Where the Earth Meets the Sky) and one of the supporting characters is a young Gurung boy. His father was a member of the Gurkhas and retired back to Nepal after his competing his service.
    I endeavor to correctly identify the names of the character and his elder sister and younger brother.
    From my research, I named the the character Dil Bahadur, which I believe translates into ‘brave of heart’.
    Additionally, I am aware that the Gurung people use “nicknames” based on the child’s order of birth. This is where I seek your assistance.
    I have found the meaning of second born male child as either Mainlo or Maila.
    Additionally the character has an older sister. Would it be Jetho or Nani?
    As well as a third child male as Saila?
    It is my goal to correctly reflect your culture and naming of children and my characters. Your assistance is greatly appreciated.

    Best Regards,
    Ed Moldenhauer
    Author – Spin the Globe: The Incredible Adventures of Frederick von Wigglebottom

      1. hello…how can i find my boyfriend address named Manish Bhatta? please, ,i really wanted to know bcoz i want to visit him surprising in Nepal.Thank you..

    1. to be correct, sir “mailo’ means the second son born in the family. ‘saila’ means the third son that has been born in the family. nland if u want to give name to the first born daughter u should name her “Jethi”

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