Dulari meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Usage: Arabic, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Marathi, Sanskrit, Indian, Bengali, Malayalam, Oriya, Tamil and Telugu
Meaning: Dear, Love and Loveable
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Meaning of Dulari is Dear, Love or Loveable is of Sanskrit origin and is bestowed upon baby girls is commonly used in Malayalam, Bengali, Marathi, Indian, Gujarati, Kannada, Telugu, Sanskrit, Hindi, Tamil, Arabic and Oriya.

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Popularity of Dulari

Dulari is immensely popular in India where every 1 in 5000 have the name. Also it is popular in Nepal. In Sri Lanka it is common while somewhat familiar in Bangladesh and Indonesia. At least, 290000 people globally have carried Dulari as their given name according to our findings.


Here's what numbers has to say about Dulari

You lack real friends. Pressure forces you to get things done fast and you like it. You are in a good place right now and love life. You like to observe things and people. You don't like many people walking in and out of your life. People hate your inconsistency and need for adrenaline every time things get too good to be true. You always compete with yourself. You can't be around superficial minds that only care about gossip and getting through the day.

Go through the following names similar to Dulari

  •  Ehteram - Mainly used in Arabic and Arabic, Ehteram means "Respect" is a gender-neutral name
  •  Jiyad - Jiyad's meaning is Very Good or There is a Mountain in Makkah by this Name is used largely in Arabic and Sindhi is a baby boy name
  •  Khayal - Used particulary in Hindi and Hindi, Khayal means "Concentration or Imagination" is aimed at both boys and girls
  •  Gulam means Slave or Servant used for boys is used largely in Hindi and Sindhi
  •  Shezan - Unisex name Shezan means "Good (Religious) Girl or Beautiful" is used in Arabic and Arabic
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