Susmitha name meaning

Gender: Girl
Usage: Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi and Oriya
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Susmitha
Meaning: Knowledge of Wisdom, Always Smiling, Good Smile and Laughing Princess
Rashi: Kumbha
Nakshatra: Shatabhisha
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What does Susmitha mean?

Girl name Susmitha is used in Marathi, Telugu, Hindi, Kannada, Gujarati, Oriya, Tamil, Malayalam and Bengali, meaning of Susmitha is "Knowledge of Wisdom, Always Smiling, Good Smile or Laughing Princess".

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How popular is the name Susmitha?

Susmitha is a popular baby name in India where every 1 in 150000 have the name. At least, 8000 people globally have carried Susmitha as their given name according to our estimate.


Numerological analysis of Susmitha

Change your attitude to change your life for the better. You deliver your promises. This is why people trust you with their life. You are hard to read but once someone gets close to you, you allow the person to manipulate you on purpose in order to see how he or she will treat you thinking they have power over you. You take calculated risks but sometimes you let spontaneity surprise you. Stop undervaluing love and relationships.

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