Kanja name meaning

Gender: Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Usage: Sanskrit, African and Indian
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Kanja
Meaning: Water Born and From Outside
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What does Kanja mean?

Of Sanskrit origin, Kanja is dominantly used in Indian, Sanskrit and African and is aimed at baby boys, Kanja means "Water Born or From Outside".

How popular is the name Kanja?

Kanja is a common baby name in Kenya while it is somewhat familiar in India. At least, 2000 people globally have carried Kanja as their given name according to our research.


Numerological aspects of Kanja

Gaining your trust is a hard thing to accomplish. When it comes to love, you are the jealous partner with a low self-confidence. You are not a fan of monotony and you can't stand people who just dwell in their comfort zone, waiting for something to happen. In order to achieve something great and unseen so far, you have to rely on your talents, creativity, and intuition. When it comes to life goals, you dream big, meaning you are ambitious and self-confident.

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  •  Dabiku - Dabiku's meaning is Gift is substantially used in African
  •  Ewansiha - The Ewansiha is used in African, Ewansiha means "Secrets Are Not for Sale"
  •  Pra - Pra's meaning is River or Akan of Ghana is particulary used in Hindi and African is used as a boy name
  •  Abena - Unwonted Abena came from African, meaning of Abena is "Born on a Tuesday" used in Tamil is a gender insensitive name

Famous people named Kanja

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