Origin:British
Popularity:1757
Meaning:From the Indus river
Despite what you may initially think, India as a name actually stems from British roots. The feminine title is derived from the Indus river, which flows through South and Central Asia. The name has been on the charts for many decades, along with a handful of other geographical titles. This nature-inspired name could inspire a baby who’s not afraid to jump in the deep end, flowing effortlessly through life’s calm and taking the turbulence in her stride.

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Source: Social Security Administration

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