Name Juma
Meaning Born on a friday
Gender Girl
Religion Hindu
Numerology 9
Length 2
Zodiac Sign Capricorn

Juma Meaning

Juma The name is considered very beautiful. Not only this, its meaning is also very good. Let us tell you that the meaning of the name Juma is Born on a friday. By naming your child Juma, you can give a new direction to his/her life. For this reason also, before naming the child, its meaning should be known. Because of the meaning of the name, people named Juma are very much liked in society. According to some social concepts, the meaning of the name Juma is related to the personality of the person, that is, if the meaning of the name Juma is then it will be reflected in your personality also. Below, the zodiac sign, lucky number, nature, and Born on a friday of the name Juma are explained in detail.

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Juma's Lucky Number

Girls named Juma come under the planet Saturn, their lucky number is 8. Women named Juma with the number 8 are determined to achieve success and succeed through hard work. Those girls whose name is Juma support others in difficult times. However, no one supports them when needed. Those whose name is Juma listen to their mind and not their heart. They look very hard on the outside but are very soft on the inside. Girls named Juma are not able to express their feelings easily to anyone. Women named Juma put pressure on their spouses.

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Juma Personality

Girls named Juma have Capricorn zodiac sign. Women named Juma work very hard and are clean of integrity. They are very good and self-confident by nature. Girls named Juma associated with this zodiac sign have been sensible and intelligent since childhood. Girls named Juma can progress in fields like education, computers, literature, and the Air Force. Girls with name Juma complete their work with determination. They can become good politicians in the future. Girls named Juma related to Capricorn change themselves according to the situation and also have the qualities to become good partners.

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Juma's zodiac Capricorn Names, Rashi & Horoscope

Name Meaning Religion
Jalark The image of the Sun Hindu
Jalas Water like, Joy, Soothing, Life giving Hindu
Jalbala Lotus flower Hindu
Jalbhushan Ornament of water means wind Hindu
Jaldeep Jal means water and Deep means lamp so it means a lamp in the water Hindu
Jaldev God of water (Lord Varun) Hindu
Jaldhar Clouds Hindu
Jalendra Lord of the water Hindu
Jalendu Moon in the water Hindu
Jalesh Lord of water Hindu
Jalita Hindu
Jallavi Hindu
Jalodari Abode of the ethereal universe Hindu
Jalp Discussion Hindu
Jalpa Discussion Hindu
Jalpan To eat, Drink something Hindu
Jalpesh King of water Hindu
Jalpoorna Full of water Hindu
Jalvi Hindu
Jam Son of the right hand Hindu
Jambalini A river Hindu
Jambavathy Daughter of jambavan Hindu
Jambavatpreeti Vardhana winner of jambavans Love Hindu
Jambuvan (Leader of bears who found Sita with his supernatural powers) Hindu
Jameel Name of Lord Murugan, Goddess Saraswati (Goddess of education, Purifying, Fire Hindu
Jamini Night, Flower Hindu
Jaminie Night, Flower Hindu
Jamuna Holy river Hindu
Jana Born bravery Hindu
Janaav Defender of men, Protecting men Hindu
Janadev King Hindu
Janadharn Hindu
Janahan Father of Goddess Sita in Lord Ramayana Hindu
Janahvi The flow of river Ganga Hindu
Janak Creator, Melody, Producing, Begetting, Father (Father of Sita) Hindu
Janaka Generator, Producer, Father (King of Mithila; Father of Sita, who found her in a furrow) Hindu
Janaki Goddess Sita, Daughter of king Janak Hindu
Janakibhushan Ornament of Janki Hindu
Janakidas Servant of Janki Hindu
Janakinath Lord Rama, Consort of Janaki Hindu
Janakiram God name, Consort of Janki Hindu
Janakiraman God name, Consort of Janki Hindu
Janakivallabha Janakis consort Hindu
Janaknandini Goddess Sita, Daughter of king Janak (Daughter of king Janak) Hindu
Janam Birth Hindu
Janamejay Lord Vishnu, Victorious from birth Hindu
Jananath King Hindu
Janani Mother, Tenderness Hindu
Janany Mother, Tenderness Hindu
Janardan Lord Krishna, One who helps people, Liberator from the cycle of birth and death Hindu