Indri derives from numerous origins, including Sanskrit, Greek, Maltese, and Javanese. The name Indri originated from the Sanskrit word Indra, and the meaning of Indri is 'possessing raindrops'. Indra is also the Hindu god of rain and the sky, and his name is also linked to elephants and the colors white and silver. According to other sources, Indri is a Maltese version of Andrew, and Indri's meaning is 'lovely', as per Maltese origin. Indri is a Municipal Committee in Karnal NCR, Haryana, India. Indri also refers to a huge species of lemur in popular culture. Indri can also be used as a surname. It is most commonly found in Indonesia.