This name generator will produce 15 Romanized Hindi names. Hindi is a language spoken by over 260 million people, and by more than 120 million people. In India and Fiji, it is also an official language and in many other countries a regional language. Hindi is the fourth most spoken language in the world, with its hundreds of millions of speakers, followed only by English , Mandarin and Spanish names. Some are simple syllables, whereas others can seem like a word. However, this is generally not the case when they are written with the Devanagari script, but long names exist as most languages.
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Hindi, or otherwise Modern Standard Hindi, a Hindi dialect, is popular Indo-Aryan languages spoken in India, mostly in Northern India and Nepal. Hindi is commonly described as a standardized and Sanskritized Hindi dialect, which in itself is mainly a Sanskritized dialect of the Hindi language, which in turn is mostly based on the Khariboli speech of Delhi and surrounding areas of Northern India and Nepal. As a result of their similarities, Hindi and Kharibli speak can be considered as close relatives and share a number of vocabulary, including common loan words (such as "rash"kar", for example) and words with similar pronunciations, in addition to being related through several other features, such as spelling, grammar, syntax, punctuation and phonology.
Hindi is also commonly referred to as the "world's third most spoken language", behind only English and Spanish. The language can also be said to be one of the oldest languages on earth, originating from a group of tribes who migrated to India around 5000 B.C. The language is widely spoken today by the Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs, as well as by people belonging to other ethnic groups, although there are also speakers of the language in the Middle East. In fact, the Hindi language is the official language of several countries, including Nepal, India, and Pakistan.
Hindi was derived from Sanskrit and is written using the Prakrit's alphabet, with vowels, consonants and some punctuation marks following the same rules as other languages that use this alphabet. There are a number of differences between Hindi and the rest of the Indo-European languages, which are also written in Prakrit. For example, most of the consonants in Hindi are voiced, while in other languages they are unvoiced. This is unlike the case with Latin, Greek and English, whose consonants are unvoiced. Hindi has two genders, namely masculine and feminine, and a large number of sub-tribal, geographical and legal forms, which reflect this. Hindi has three genders, namely, masculine, feminine and neuter.