Urvi is a baby girl’s name of Sanskrit and Estonian origin. In Estonian, Urvi is an uncommon variant spelling of Urve and means “catkin”. In Sanskrit, Urvi means “wide”. Urvi is not a common name in the US, but is popular in India.

Meaning of the name Urvi:

Sanskrit: wide
Estonian: catkin

Origin of the name Urvi:

Urvi is a baby girl’s name of Sanskrit and Estonian origins. In Sanskrit, Urvi means “wide”. In Estonian, Urvi is a variant spelling of Urve and means “catkin”.

Symbolism of the name Urvi:

Urvi means “catkin” in Estonian. Cats are the most popular domestic pet in the United States. They are symbols of independence, ingenuity, and cleverness. Cats are often associated with magic and to be able to see supernatural things like ghosts.

baby name Urvi

Style of the name Urvi:

traditional

Gender of the name Urvi:

Urvi is a girl's name.

Pronunciation of the name Urvi:

UR-vee

Number of syllables in the name Urvi:

two

Emotion evoked from the name Urvi:

Urvi evokes feelings of youthful beauty and wit.

Alternative spellings for the name Urvi:

Irvi, Ervi, Urvy, Ervy, Irvy

Nicknames for the name Urvi:

  • Uri
  • Vivi
  • Vee
  • Ura

Popularity of the name Urvi:

According to the Social Security Administration, Urvi is an uncommon baby girl’s name. Urvi has never appeared on the top 1000 baby names list.

Related names for the name Urvi:

  • Kavi
  • Kamala 
  • Mayuri
  • Narya
  • Shanti
  • Anjali
  • Gita
  • Lakshmi

Great middle names for the name Urvi and their meanings:

  • Indira (beauty)
  • Leela (play)
  • Emi (rival, beautiful favor, beautiful picture)
  • Rajani (dark, of the night)
  • Priya (beloved)
  • Rohana (sandalwood)
  • Ziva (life)
  • Sansa (praise, charm)
  • Tana (fire, star goddess)

Famous people with the name Urvi:

  • Urvi Singh (Indian actress)
  • Urvi Javed (Indian actress)
  • Urvi Patel (Indian-American doctor)
  • Urvi Shetty (Indian model)
  • Urvi Sharma (Indian-American artist)

Urvi in popular culture:

  • Urvi (film, “Urvi”)
  • Princess Urvi (literature, “Wives of Karna” by Kavita Kane)
  • Urvi (television, “Karn Sangini”)