Name Dakshith - meaning, origin, popularity 

Dakshith

Dakshith meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin:
Usage: Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Tamil and Telugu
Meaning: Lord Shiva
Rashi: Kumbha
Nakshatra: Purva Bhadrapada
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Dakshith's meaning is Lord Shiva is used as a boy name is largely used in Oriya, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Gujarati, Marathi, Hindi, Tamil and Bengali.

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Popularity of Dakshith

Dakshith is a rare baby name in United States still in use today. According to our research, over 10 babies have been named Dakshith globally.

YearRankBirths
2018107006
2017107006

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What numerology tells about Dakshith?

You are passionate when it comes to relationships but cool off too easily. You doubt everything you hear or see because you like to know the core of things before you accept their representation. You are the innovator, the one who organizes parties or sleepovers, and the initiator for doing unusual stuff. You are all about independence, and like to have your own possessions because you like to enjoy luxury but not at any prize.

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