in sanskrit ‘netra’ means ‘beautiful eyes’.
those named netra are blessed with extreme intelligence, wealth and looks.
example 1: wow, she’s really pretty, she must be a netra!

example 2: you have nice eyes. thanks, eyes in sanskrit means netra
someone everyone looks up to. she is smart in every single way and is everyones friend. everyone wants to be her and no one can compare.
“netra is so amazing, you can trust her with anything”
“yeah she is the best friend ever”
something very bright. glowwwwwwwwww
“did you see ne’tra today?”
“nah, the glow blinded me.”

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