Name Ushas
Meaning Morning, Dawn, Daybreak, The Goddess of dawn
Gender Boy
Religion Hindu
Numerology 5
Length 4
Zodiac Sign Taurus

Ushas Meaning

Most parents want to name their child Ushas but before that, they do not try to know its meaning. Ushas The meaning of the name is Morning, Dawn, Daybreak, The Goddess of dawn. Having Morning, Dawn, Daybreak, The Goddess of dawn is considered very good and this is also reflected in the people named Ushas. For this reason also, before naming the child, its meaning should be known. It is also said in the Vedas that before giving Ushas to the child, the parents should get complete information about it. People with the name Ushas are exactly like the meaning of their name. Further, the zodiac sign and lucky number of the name Ushas or the Morning, Dawn, Daybreak, The Goddess of dawn of the name Ushas are explained in detail.

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Ushas's Lucky Number

The ruling planet of people named Ushas is Venus and the lucky number is 6. People with 6 auspicious organs are beautiful. People named Ushas like cleanliness, and they are also interested in artistic things. People named Ushas do not lack patience, they are also fond of traveling. You may get a chance to go on a foreign trip in your life. They love their parents very much and get a lot of love in return.

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Ushas Personality

The zodiac sign of a person with the name Ushas is Taurus. People of this zodiac sign are attached to friends, jobs, work, and everything around them. They are quite honest by nature. These people do not like change at all. Since people of the Taurus zodiac sign do not like change, hence stubbornness is seen in their behavior. Aries people can be trusted, have a lot of patience, and are always happy. People named Ushas can be trusted blindly.

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Ushas's zodiac Taurus Names, Rashi & Horoscope

Name Meaning Religion
Valmeki An ancient saint Hindu
Valmik The author of the epic Ramayana Hindu
Valmiki The author of the epic Ramayana (Great Poet and creator of Ramayana; Sage who helped Sita and her two son Lava-Kush stay at her ashram) Hindu
Valsala Precious Hindu
Vama Woman Hindu
Vamadev Lord Shiva, Poet Hindu
Vamakeshi Goddess Durga, She who has beautiful hair Hindu
Vamakshi Beautiful eyes Hindu
Vaman Short, Fifth incarnation of Lord Vishnu Hindu
Vamana The 5th incarnation of Lord Vishnu Hindu
Vamanie Power of Sky, Land and water Hindu
Vamdev Name of Lord Shiva Hindu
Vamdevi Goddess Durga, Savitri Hindu
Vamika Goddess Durga, An epithet of the Goddess Durga, Situated on the left side of vam, I.e. Shiva Hindu
Vamil Beautiful Hindu
Vamita Goddess Parvati Hindu
Vamnayi Goddess of speech, Another name for Goddess Saraswati Hindu
Vamsee Flute of Lord Krishna Hindu
Vamseedhar Lord Krishna, The bearer of the flute Hindu
Vamshi Flute of Lord Krishna Hindu
Vamshika Flute Hindu
Vamshitha Flute Hindu
Vamsi Flute of Lord Krishna Hindu
Vamsidhar Lord Krishna, The bearer of the flute Hindu
Vamsikrishna Lord Krishna with flute Hindu
Vana Intelligence Hindu
Vanabihari Lord Krishna, One who enjoys roaming in the forest Hindu
Vanad Cloud Hindu
Vanadev Lord of the forest Hindu
Vanadurga Goddess Parvati, Durga in forest, Goddess of forest Hindu
Vanaipaka-Verindon Lord Murugan Hindu
Vanaj Lotus, Natural, Born of the forest, Born of the water Hindu
Vanaja A forest girl, Born of the water, Natural Hindu
Vanajaksh Lotus eyed Hindu
Vanajakshi Forest queen Hindu
Vanajit Lord of the forest Hindu
Vanalika Sunflower Hindu
Vanamala Garland of forests, Wildflower garland Hindu
Vanamalee Hindu
Vanamalin Lord Krishna, One wearing a sylvan garland Hindu
Vanan Longing, Desire Hindu
Vanani Forest Hindu
Vanar Monkey Hindu
Vanara Monkey (Monkey; A hill tribe of Southern India) Hindu
Vanas Loveliness, Handsome, Desire Hindu
Vanathi Of the forest Hindu
Vanavarayan Strongmen Hindu
Vanca Wish, Desire Hindu
Vanchit Precious, Desired, Loved Hindu
Vanchita Desired, Precious, Loved Hindu