thakur harish gaur (philosopher)
In Hindi, Amit (Hindi: अमित) means infinite or immeasurable or boundless. It is one of the 108 names of Hindu God Ganesha. It also means a friend of everyone in Hindi and Sanskrit
In Hebrew, Amit (Hebrew: עמית) means friend.
In Arabic, Amit (Arabic: اميت) means being highly praised, beloved and victorious. In Islam Amit refers to the traditional Arabian gesture during battles the Muslim army yelled "Yā manṣūr Amit!" and attacked.
Amit, in Buddhism is one celestial of Buddha described in the scriptures of the Mahāyāna school of Buddhism.
Amitham in Hindi means infinite,
Amity in English means friendly....
Actually think about it and you will find all the claimed Hindi definitions wrong: The prefix 'A' means that is not and 'meet' means friend. So Ameet actually it means an individual who is 'Not a friend'