Amit

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Amit
GenderMale
Language(s)Hindi, Marathi, Hebrew, Bengali, Punjabi, Bhojpuri

Amit is a male name of Indian or Israeli origin.

In Hindi, Amit (Hindi: अमित, means infinite or boundless, Bengali: অমিত) originates from the Sanskrit word amita (अमित:), [1] amita (अमित:) essentially is the negation of mita (मित), which means "to measure".[2]

In Hebrew, Amit (Hebrew: עמית‎) means friend, Colleague or member of the organization[3]. The word appears in the Bible in a context suggesting such a meaning.[4]In Israel, It is being increasingly used as a male name and sometimes also for female name.[5] Nevertheless, it is still among the most popular names given to secular Jewish boys in Israel.[6]

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  1. ^ http://www.spokensanskrit.de/index.php?tinput=amita&direction=SE&script=HK&link=yes&beginning=
  2. ^ http://www.spokensanskrit.de/index.php?tinput=mita&direction=SE&link=yes&choice=yes
  3. ^ https://milog.co.il/%D7%A2%D7%9E%D7%99%D7%AA
  4. ^ Strong, James. Strong's exhaustive concordance of the Bible. Hendrickson Publishers, 2009. *** For further information, see H5997 (p. 1552)
  5. ^ "- nrg - ... :".
  6. ^ Simply-Smart. "בחירת שם לתינוק , שמות לילדים , שמות לתינוקות לפי הקבלה , שמות לבנים".