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Gender : Boy
Meaning of Arsh name : Dominion, crown, throne
Nakshatra : Krithika
Arsh name also used in these origins : Arabic , Muslim , Hindu , Tamil , Quranic
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Arabic Meaning :
The name Arsh is an Arabic baby name. In Arabic origin the meaning of name Arsh is : Dominion, crown, throne
Muslim Meaning :
The name Arsh is an Muslim baby name. In Muslim origin the meaning of name Arsh is : Dominion, Crown
Hindu Meaning :
The name Arsh is an Hindu baby name. In Hindu origin the meaning of name Arsh is : Dominion . Crown. Throne
Tamil Meaning :
The name Arsh is an Tamil baby name. In Tamil origin the meaning of name Arsh is : Dominion, Crown
Quranic Meaning :
The name Arsh is an Quranic baby name. In Quranic origin the meaning of name Arsh is : Throne, power
Arsh Name Numerological Number is : 1
Person with name Arsh has following quality:
Person having number 1 means they are creative, unity, beginnings, God, masculine, symbol of physical and mental activity. It's a number that expresses leadership, spotlight type individuality. There's a tendency to being organized, and ambitious. Ones go to the top in everything that peaks their interest, reflecting a natural leader
Name ARSH is combinations of ONE occurrence of A , ONE occurrence of R , ONE occurrence of S , ONE occurrence of H has a lots of significance in Astrology.
Persons are confident, independent, and pro-activity. They influence people with both leadership and motivation.
Persons are hardworking and are dedicated to supporting and uplifting humanity. Person represents a great power to do great things.
Persons have a magnetic presence and a deep sense of emotion. They are persuasive and energetic self-starters.
Persons are influenced by energies of innovation and independence. They have a need to succeed and are highly motivated to reach their goals.
Famous Personalities with Name Arsh
|Name||Famous for||Zodiac Sign||Date of Birth|
|Alfred Marshall||Economist||Leo||26 July 1842 AD|
|Barry Marshall||Immunologist||Libra||30 September 1951 AD|
|Harshavardhana||Emperor & King, Leader||590 AD|
|John Marshall||Lawyer||Libra||24 September 1755 AD|
Like a bull
The one who was sent
Lion, king of jungle
The One who was Sent
Lion, king of jungle
Dominion, crown, throne
Its source is a Sanskrit expression meaning "Moonlight."
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