Rasika name meaning

Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Sanskr
Usage: Sanskrit, Arabic, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Sanskrit, Tamil, Telugu, Indian and Oriya
Meaning: Aesthetic, Connoisseur, Full of Passion, Elegant, With Discrimination, Protector of All Gods and Enjoyable
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What does Rasika mean?

Infrequent unisex name Rasika means "Aesthetic, Connoisseur, Full of Passion, Elegant, With Discrimination, Protector of All Gods or Enjoyable" has its roots in Sanskrit is specifically used in Sanskrit, Arabic, Indian, Telugu, Oriya, Bengali, Gujarati, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Hindi and Marathi.

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Names that rhyme with Rasika

How popular is the name Rasika?

Rasika is an uncommon baby name in United States still in use today. Rasika is a rare baby name in England and Wales and may not be used now. And also in France.

But Rasika is a popular baby name in Sri Lanka where every 1 in 300 have the name as well as in India. At least, 100000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our evaluation.


What numbers say about Rasika?

You have a quick mind. Criticism helps you become better than you were yesterday. You take calculated risks but sometimes you let spontaneity surprise you. Having letter A as your capstone reveals how you look at life and other people. Help them improve instead of judging. If you want to play with the big players, act like one. Having this letter as your capstone reveals your self-consumption and self-absorption.

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  •  Sarahna means Praise or Appreciation is chiefly used in Arabic and Hindi is aimed at baby girls
  •  Jahm - Predominantly used in Sindhi and Arabic, Jahm bestowed upon baby boys, meaning of Jahm is "Sullen"
  •  Daliyah - Unexpected Daliyah is used largely in Arabic and English is of Hebrew origin aimed at girls, Daliyah means "Daliyah, Tree Branch or Grape Vine"
  •  Nesrin - Girl name Nesrin is used particulary in Arabic and Turkish, Nesrin means "Field of Wild Roses or Wild Rose" is of Old Persian and Persian origin
  •  Atal - Unorthodox and Contemporary Atal is originated from Old English language bestowed upon both boys and girls, used specifically in Hindi and Bengali, Atal means "Immovable or Firm"
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Famous people named Rasika

  • Rasika Mathur, American actress/comedian best
  • Rasika Dugal in Kshay as Actress
  • Rasika Joshi in Johnny Gaddaar as Actress

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