Meaning of Caksus and astrology/horoscope analysis

Is Caksus a female or a male name and where does Caksus originate from?

Caksus is Boy/Male and the name originates from Indian, Sanskrit

Caksus means: Eyes; Sun

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Is the gender of the name Caksus male or female and what people use it most often?

The name Caksus originates from Indian, Sanskrit and Caksus is a Boy/Male name

Caksus means: Eyes; Sun

Name and meaning of Caksus

Caksus is a Boy/Male baby name and origin is Indian, Sanskrit

Caksus, Boy/Male means: Eyes; Sun

In Indian, Sanskrit, the name Caksus is most often used as the name of a Boy/Male. And in Indian, Sanskrit, the Boy/Male name Caksus means Eyes; Sun

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Zodiac Signs/Astrology/numerology analysis and explanation of the name Caksus

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Kamadeva

622–623. doi:10.2307/2054724. JSTOR 2054724. Bhagavata Purana 10.21.3 Tika, “caksu-ragah prathamam cittasangas tata ‘tha sankalpah nidra-cchedas tanuta visaya-nivrittis

Names of European cities in different languages (E–H)

Schönfeld, 1861; 1909. Brunswick, 1972) Ed. 1861 Ed. 1909 Ed. 1972 Ali, Çaksu (2006). Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Islamic Civilisation

Yayati

Tripura. "Anu, the fourth son of Yayāti, had three sons, named Sabhanara, Caksu and Paresnu. From Sabhanara came a son named Kalanara, and from Kalanara

Digambara

pertaining to touch (sparśana), taste (rasana), smell (ghrāṇa), sight (cakśu), and hearing (śrotra) Six Essential Duties 16. Sāmāyika Meditate for equanimity

Tunceli Province

Dergisi, Firat Universitesi, 2000, volume 10, number 2. Eren, editor, Ali Çaksu ; preface, Halit (2006). Proceedings of the second International Symposium

Gjirokastër

Presses universitaires de Perpignan. p. 175, 181. ISBN 9782354122881. Ali, Çaksu (2006). Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Islamic Civilisation

Tattva (Shaivism)

experience smell rasana (tongue), i.e., the medium to experience taste caksus (eye), i.e., the medium to experience colour and shape tvāk (skin), i.e

Jain monasticism

aversion to objects based sparśana (touch), rasana (taste), ghrāṇa (smell), cakśu (sight), and śrotra (hearing) Essential duties 16. Sāmāyika Meditate for

Syrian Democratic Forces military councils

Manbij". Daily Sabah. 25 December 2018. Retrieved 15 February 2019. ERSİN ÇAKSU (29 December 2018). "Intense traffic in Arima against occupation". ANF News

Geographical name changes in Turkey

). İstanbul: Bağlam. p. 150. ISBN 978-975-8803-95-8. Eren, editor, Ali Çaksu ; preface, Halit (2006). Proceedings of the second International Symposium

Kamadeva

622–623. doi:10.2307/2054724. JSTOR 2054724. Bhagavata Purana 10.21.3 Tika, “caksu-ragah prathamam cittasangas tata ‘tha sankalpah nidra-cchedas tanuta visaya-nivrittis

Names of European cities in different languages (E–H)

Schönfeld, 1861; 1909. Brunswick, 1972) Ed. 1861 Ed. 1909 Ed. 1972 Ali, Çaksu (2006). Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Islamic Civilisation

Yayati

Tripura. "Anu, the fourth son of Yayāti, had three sons, named Sabhanara, Caksu and Paresnu. From Sabhanara came a son named Kalanara, and from Kalanara

Digambara

pertaining to touch (sparśana), taste (rasana), smell (ghrāṇa), sight (cakśu), and hearing (śrotra) Six Essential Duties 16. Sāmāyika Meditate for equanimity

Tunceli Province

Dergisi, Firat Universitesi, 2000, volume 10, number 2. Eren, editor, Ali Çaksu ; preface, Halit (2006). Proceedings of the second International Symposium

Gjirokastër

Presses universitaires de Perpignan. p. 175, 181. ISBN 9782354122881. Ali, Çaksu (2006). Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Islamic Civilisation

Tattva (Shaivism)

experience smell rasana (tongue), i.e., the medium to experience taste caksus (eye), i.e., the medium to experience colour and shape tvāk (skin), i.e

Jain monasticism

aversion to objects based sparśana (touch), rasana (taste), ghrāṇa (smell), cakśu (sight), and śrotra (hearing) Essential duties 16. Sāmāyika Meditate for

Syrian Democratic Forces military councils

Manbij". Daily Sabah. 25 December 2018. Retrieved 15 February 2019. ERSİN ÇAKSU (29 December 2018). "Intense traffic in Arima against occupation". ANF News

Geographical name changes in Turkey

). İstanbul: Bağlam. p. 150. ISBN 978-975-8803-95-8. Eren, editor, Ali Çaksu ; preface, Halit (2006). Proceedings of the second International Symposium

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Caksus means: Eyes; Sun

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