Name Bhishma
Meaning One who has taken a terrible vow, Son of Santanu by Ganga in Mahabharat
Gender Boy
Religion Hindu
Numerology 6
Length 2.5
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius

Bhishma Meaning

Bhishma The meaning of the name is One who has taken a terrible vow, Son of Santanu by Ganga in Mahabharat. If you know the meaning of Bhishma before naming your baby, it can make your baby's life better. Having One who has taken a terrible vow, Son of Santanu by Ganga in Mahabharat is considered very good and this is also reflected in the people named Bhishma. Bhishma Before naming a name, it is important to know its meaning. The name Bhishma means One who has taken a terrible vow, Son of Santanu by Ganga in Mahabharat and the effect of this meaning is also visible like the person named Bhishma. By keeping the name Bhishma, your child also acquires the qualities that are included in its meaning. It is believed that if your name is Bhishma and its meaning is One who has taken a terrible vow, Son of Santanu by Ganga in Mahabharat, then it also has a deep impact on the personality of the person. Read further to know the zodiac sign of the name Bhishma, what is its lucky number, and One who has taken a terrible vow, Son of Santanu by Ganga in Mahabharat of the name Bhishma in detail.

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Bhishma's zodiac Sagittarius Names, Rashi & Horoscope

Name Meaning Religion
Dhimahi Wisdom Hindu
Dhimant Wise, Intelligent, Prudent, Learned Hindu
Dhinak The Sun Hindu
Dhinakar The Sun Hindu
Dhinakaran The Sun Hindu
Dhinanta Evening Hindu
Dhipin Exciting Hindu
Dhir Gentle, Wise, Calm, Clever, Resolute, Firm, Patient Hindu
Dhiraj Goddess Parvati, Purity, Gift from God, One who protects, Night prayer, Plough, Another name for Durga, Intellect, Power Hindu
Dhiran Achiever, Devoted Hindu
Dhiren One who is strong Hindu
Dhirendra God of courage, Lord of the brave Hindu
Dhishan The intelligent one, Name of Brihaspati, Planet jupiter, Spiritual preceptor, Epithet of Narayan, Wise, The God of speech Hindu
Dhishana Knowledge, Wisdom, Speech, Hymn, Goddess Hindu
Dhitha Daughter Hindu
Dhithi Thought, Idea, Prayer, Wisdom Hindu
Dhiti Thought, Idea, Prayer, Wisdom Hindu
Dhitya Answer of prayers, Another name for Lakshmi Hindu
Dhivakar The Sun Hindu
Dhivanit Hindu
Dhivija Born in heaven, Divine Hindu
Dhivya Divine luster, Charming, Beautiful, Divine Hindu
Dhiya Lamp Hindu
Dhiyan Bright light Hindu
Dhiyanshi Part of a divine power Hindu
Dhlriti Courage, Morale Hindu
Dhnashri Goddess of wealth, Goddess Lakshmi, A Raaga in hindustani classical music Hindu
Dhoomravarna Smoke, Hued Lord Hindu
Dhoraj Hindu
Dhore King Hindu
Dhoshinee Hindu
Dhrasika Goddess Devi Hindu
Dhrasti Inescapable, Not running away Hindu
Dhridh Persevring, Firm, Resolute, Solid, Strong Hindu
Dhridha Firm, Fortress, A buddhist Goddess Hindu
Dhridhakarmaavu One of the kauravas Hindu
Dhridharathaasraya One of the kauravas Hindu
Dhriga Hindu
Dhrish Sight Hindu
Dhrisha Mountain Lord Hindu
Dhrishat Bold, Courageous Hindu
Dhrishay Bold courageous and visionary Hindu
Dhrishika Hindu
Dhrishnu Bold, Courageous Hindu
Dhrishtika Sight Hindu
Dhristadhyumna (Son of King Drupada; Brother of Draupadi; He was born of a sacrificial fire along with Draupadi.) Hindu
Dhrit Borne, Pledged Hindu
Dhritarastra (The blind son of Vyasa, born to Ambika. Elder brother of Pandu. He became king in Hastinapur after Pandu retired to the forest.) Hindu
Dhriti Courage, Morale, Steadiness, Command, Pleasure, Determination, Patience, Virtue Hindu
Dhritil Man with patience Hindu