US Popularity:11957
Other Origin(s):Sanskrit
Meaning:Brown, yellow, green, tawny; Horse; Monkey; Lion; Possessing drops of rain, Hindu god of rain
Harinder is a gender-neutral, though mainly masculine, Indian name that blends the names of two revered Hindu gods. A form of Harendra, Harinder is composed of the Sanskrit Hari, a name given to Vishnu and sometimes Krishna, and Indra, the warrior god of the sky and rain. Hari comes with a host of definitions, including “brown,” “yellow,” “green,” “tawny,” “horse,” “monkey,” and “lion,” and Indra adds the meaning “possessing drops of rain.” A name that honors the spiritual, Harinder can help keep baby on their divine path.

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