Muni name meaning

Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Sanskrit and Khmer
Usage: Arabic, Hindi, Malayalam, Marathi, Sanskrit, Telugu, Hindi, Sanskrit, Indian, Icelandic, Swedish, Danish, Finnish, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Oriya and Tamil
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Muni
Meaning: A Sage
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What does Muni mean?

Of Sanskrit and Khmer origin, Muni bestowed upon both sexes, Muni means "A Sage" is predominantly used in Gujarati, Sanskrit, Swedish, Bengali, Arabic, Marathi, Danish, Hindi, Finnish, Malayalam, Tamil, Oriya, Kannada, Indian, Icelandic and Telugu..

Muni is equivalent of Muninn in Icelandic language.

Variants of Muni


How popular is the name Muni?

Muni is immensely popular in India where every 1 in 8000 have the name. Also it is popular in Nepal. In Indonesia, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nigeria it is common while somewhat familiar in Thailand, Ghana, Papua New Guinea, Malaysia, Fiji, Saudi Arabia, Canada and United Arab Emirates.

At least, 190000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our findings.


Here's what numbers has to say about Muni

You allow unworthy and vile person to get near, believing that you can change them. Stay away from negative people who take away your positive energy and remind you of how ugly this world actually is. If someone catches your eye, you are into the person before you even know it. However, this affects your self-confidence in a negative way. Not everyone wishes you well. And instead of focusing on making them happy, focus on making yourself happy first.

Looking for a name like Muni? Please go through the following names

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  •  Snober is used mostly in Arabic and Arabic, Snober means "Pine, A Cone-bearing Tree or A Tree" is bestowed upon both boys and girls
  •  Sohel - Used dominantly in Malayalam and Oriya, Sohel is used as a baby boy name, Sohel means "Moonlight, Moon Light or Moon Glow"
  •  Ilan - Of Hebrew origin, Anomalous Ilan is largely used in Hebrew, Arabic and Bengali, Ilan means "My God is Yahweh or Tree" is used as a gender insensitive name
  •  Ramal - Atypical Ramal particulary is used in Arabic, Hindi and Marathi, meaning of Ramal is "River of Knowledge, Rejoicing or Enchanting" is bestowed upon both boys and girls

Famous people named Muni

  • Muni, French actress

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