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Akila comes from the fragrant wood akil from ancient Tamil Akai , , to rise, flower, flourish , meaning

ing cold season (palace, fort)

Achira from the Aranya from the word Ani

Animalar, beautiful flower (from Akananuru) Athera Athira Angavai Angai beautiful hands Amara from ancient Tamil Amala (from - Amali (from Amalai -(means which means fitting, perfect, desire, strife in ancient Tamil) in ancient Tamil) means jasmine , path

that means that means in ancient Tamil)

Ammani means beautiful gem Ayini (food, rice like Annapoorani) Aralai (Sangam Tamil word for Arumbu bud, Arumai Alar to blossom Alari flower Annam Anicha from Arali water - from the word Anbu Azhaki Alli Avira comes from

means beautiful,

means gem

flower)

, a delicate flower

which means bright

Avini (name from Sangam Tamil), also means that which cannot be separated - Arkali abundant, Arthi to give, Arali from the word Isai Ithazha comes from Iniya Inimai Insuvai Inthamizh Inba Innisai Ilavenil Izhaiyini (the word - Usitha means means jewel in Sangam Tamil) , sharp, smart , petal , flood means kindness, beauty etc. for

Uvakai happiness Emi means Ezhil Ezhili Oviya Aithu (delicate, beautiful) Aiyai a princess, daughter of Chozha king Thithan Kannahi Kanali ( Kanimozhi Kamani comes from the Sangam Tamil word , which means fullness means sun) a word from Sangam Tamil, it is a popular name in Japanese as well

Kamazhmalar Kayal Carp fish, which is shaped like big eyes Kayalkanni Kayalvizhi perfection (occurs only twice in Sangam poems Ainkurunuru 72, and Paripadal 12) Kalvi Kala comes from Kalai for art (the word went into Sanskrit) Kalini comes from Kalai Kalaiselvi Kavini beautiful Karkuzhali Kaya This is a dark purple flower Kanthal Kamari The word Kimpuri (ornamental ring) Kurinji kurinji flower Kullai Thulasi Kuvalai water lily Kuzhalmozhi Kondrai golden yellow flowers from a large tree Kothai Komakal (princess) Sarala comes from the word Salini from meaning , which in Sangam Tamil is mountain slopes, today it is rain drizzles In Maduraikanchi, means a lady who has received god. means . It is different from the northern lanugage word (love) , generous giving which means flourishing

Sithara comes for the word Seerthi means fame Suthai Sudaroli Sunai Seri Closeness, fullness Senni peak Selvi Sevvi perfection, beauty Thathara Comes from Thamilselvi Thamilmakal Thamilini Thali raindrops Thalir tender leaf Thamarai Tharani Thillai a kind of tree Thukira from Thendral Thenmozhi - Nachini Nanthiya comes from - Nanthini comes from coral, red

which means raindrops and honey bee

meaning

, garland (

garland,

beautiful)

, liked one which means to flourish to flourish

Nallini Name of a Chera queen Narumalar Narumukai beautiful flower bud Narumukizh fragrant flower bud

Narumai goodness, fragrance Naruvi, fragrant flower Nali to be close Nalina Nalini comes from Nani means abundance Nanmudai means beautiful bud, Akananuru 223 Manmozhi Navira, comes from the Sangam word Navvi baby deer Nithila Nila Niraimathi Neelvizhi Pavalam Pasumai Panmalar Panimalar Pavai Parvathi (comes from the ancient Tamil words ( confirmed this with a Tamil/Sanskrit scholar Dr. George Hart) Pukazhini Punnakai Poonkodi (word from Sangam Tamil) Paithu means Paimpozhil Porkodi Ponmani Ponni Poykai Makizhchi Mathi means Mathukai means strength Mathai means , beauty , green, land, county spread, has also been used as earth in Natrinai 24, residing). Used later for the Hindu goddess. I , pearls from , which means top, mountain meaning one who is close is in Sangam Tamil

Magnai old Tamil word for peacock Manju , clouds

Manjula from the word Mangai Manimalar - Manimozhi meant sapphire in Sangam poems. This word is from the book

Mathukai it means strength, Mayili from Malaraval Malar Malarkodi Malarpoykai Malarmakal Malarvizhi Mathari meaning beautiful from the pure Sangam Tamil word Maya one that does not perish, means illusion, which is a totally different word. means rain a word from Sangam Tamil Mala, one is not dull or confused. means confusion, being dull. This word occurs in Sangam tamil. There is also the Sanskrit Mala which means garland. This (nothing to do with the word which means women that is from Sanskrit) In Hawaii where I live, Maili is a very fashionable name they pronounce it Mayili

means that which perishes. This word occurs a lot in Sangam Tamil. There is also the Sanskrit Maya which

word for garland occurs in both Tamil and Sanskrit, and scholars differ in their opinions about the origin.

Malimi, means youthful lightning Minnoli Meena (from Mukai Mullai Mullaiselvi Mulari means Melliyal Menmalar Menmai Menmalar (comes from Akananuru) Menmozhi (comes from an Yazhini from the musical instrument Valli (benevolence, bangles) Valarnila Valarpirai Valarmathi Vaaymai Veeya (wealth) Veera (from the root word for bravery) Vennila Venpa Velvizhi - Vaini from which means sharp poem) (fish) a word thought to be from Sanskrit, in the past. Scholars have now identified it as a pure Tamil word)