Ancient Sanskrit word Aravan (Sanskrit अरावन or अर्वन) literally means hostile. It means someone who is not envious or liberal.
Reference of Aravan is found in Riga Veda where this word is used with meanings like envious, hostile or not liberal.
Aravan is also used in Riga Veda by meanings like a steed, horse, a cart or something that is with spokes or wheels.
Aravan refers to a behavior that is hostile or enemy like and lacks important elements of a friendliness behavior.
Aravan is not used by any people in the USA as the name of their children. In India also it is used by people.
In our opinion, Aravan is the unique name because of its negative meaning.
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