Name Viri
Meaning Flower
Gender Girl
Religion Hindu
Numerology 4
Length 2
Zodiac Sign Taurus

Viri Meaning

Most parents want to name their child Viri but before that, they do not try to know its meaning. Viri The meaning of the name is Flower. By naming your child Viri, you can give a new direction to his/her life. For this reason also, before naming the child, its meaning should be known. It is also said in the Vedas that before giving Viri to the child, the parents should get complete information about it. It is believed that if your name is Viri and its meaning is Flower, then it also has a deep impact on the personality of the person. The zodiac sign of the name Viri, the lucky number of the name Viri, and the personality of the people with the name Viri or the meaning of this name, etc. are explained further.

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Viri's Lucky Number

The lucky number of girls named Viri is 6 and the ruling planet is Venus. Your lucky number is 6 and girls with this number look very beautiful and attractive. Girls named Viri have the qualities to become excellent artists and they also like cleanliness. Women named Viri like to travel. They also have a lot of tolerance. People named Viri may get a chance to go abroad in the future. Girls named Viri get immense love and affection from their parents.

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Viri Personality

The zodiac sign of girls named Viri is Taurus. Women named Viri do their job and other work very honestly and are connected with their friends and family with true heart. Girls named Viri do not like any kind of change in their life. Girls with the name Viri of the Aries zodiac sign do not like change, hence they often become stubborn. Despite being stubborn, girls named Viri are very cheerful, tolerant, and trustworthy. Women named Viri never break anyone's trust.

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Viri's zodiac Taurus Names, Rashi & Horoscope

Name Meaning Religion
Vaninath Consort of Goddess Saraswati Hindu
Vanini Soft spoken Hindu
Vanisha Queen of the universe Hindu
Vanishka Hindu
Vanishri Goddess Saraswati, Speech Hindu
Vanisree Goddess Saraswati, Speech Hindu
Vanisri Goddess Saraswati, Speech Hindu
Vanit Wished for, Loved, Desired Hindu
Vanita Lady, Loved, Desired Hindu
Vanitha Lady, Loved, Desired Hindu
Vanjan Graceful lady Hindu
Vanjul Beauty of the forest, The Ashoka tree Hindu
Vanmala Garland of forests, Wildflower garland Hindu
Vanmali An epithet of Lord Krishna Hindu
Vanmalli Wild flower Hindu
Vanmathi Highly knowledge Hindu
Vanmayi Goddess Saraswati, Endowed with speech, Eloquent Hindu
Vann Generous Hindu
Vans Cane, Bamboo, Backbone, Lineage, Coming generation of father Hindu
Vansh Cane, Bamboo, Backbone, Lineage, Coming generation of father Hindu
Vansha Bamboo, Backbone, Cane, Lineage, An Apsara Hindu
Vanshaj Bron from a good family, Well-born Hindu
Vanshaja Well-born Hindu
Vansheedhar Flute player Hindu
Vanshi Flute Hindu
Vanshika Flute Hindu
Vanshil Another name of Lord krishnas Bansari flute Hindu
Vanshita Enchanting Hindu
Vanshul Flute Hindu
Vanshya Cloud Hindu
Vansi Flute Hindu
Vansidhar Lord Krishna, The bearer of the flute Hindu
Vansika Flute Hindu
Vantik Hindu
Vantisha Hindu
Vanu Zealous, Eager, Friend Hindu
Vanuja Hindu
Vanya Hindu female deity of forests, Van ki Devi, Gods gift, God is gracious Hindu
Vapra Garden bed Hindu
Vapun God, Knnowledge, Formless Hindu
Vapurda Granter of beautiful appearance Hindu
Vapus Wonderful, Admirable, Beauty, Shapely, Appearance Hindu
Vapush Wonderful, Admirable, Beauty, Shapely, Appearance Hindu
Vapusha Beautiful, Embodied, Nature, An Apsara Hindu
Var Gift, Blessing, Choice, Best, Noble Hindu
Vara Goddess Parvati, Gift, Reward, Name of several plants and vegetable products, A sort of perfume, Name of Parvati, Name of a river Hindu
Varalakshmi Blessing, Goddess Parvati, Goddess Lakshmi Hindu
Varaa Goddess Parvati, Gift, Reward, Name of several plants and vegetable products, A sort of perfume, Name of Parvati, Name of a river Hindu
Varad God of fire, Ganapati Hindu
Varada Granter of boons, Goddess Lakshmi, A deity, A river Hindu