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Gender: M Pronunciation: a-za-RYE-ah Meaning of Azariah: "helped by God" Origin of Azariah: Hebrew Azariah's Popularity in 2015: #699

Azariah is a rarely used biblical name that moves way beyond Adam and Abraham; its pleasant sound makes it no surprise that parents have discovered it in recent years.

Azariah is actually one of the most common names in the Bible, borne by twenty-three different men, including the head of King Solomon's prefects.

Spelled without the final 'h', it is also used for girls.

Famous People Named Azariah

Azariah aka Uzziah, Biblical king of Judah
Azariah, Hebrew name of Abednego
Azariah, Biblical prophet
Azariah, Biblical high priest
Azariah ben Moses dei Rossi, Italian physician and scholar
Azariah Boody, U.S. Congressman from New York
Azariah Cutting Flagg, American newspaper editor and politician
Azariah Southworth, American writer and TV presenter
Azariah Giles Orton, American theologian
Azariah, repairer of Jerusalem's walls (Nehemiah 3:23)
Azariah, son of Jehu, father of Helez, descendant of Judah (1 Chr. 2:39)
Azariah, son of Zadok the priest (1 Kings 4:2)
Azariah, son of Nathan, over Solomon's officers (1 Kings 4:5)

Pop Culture References for the name Azariah

"The Book of Azariah," dictations by Italian mystic Maria Valtorta

Azael, Azaia, Azaryah, Azria, Azriah, Azuriah

Azariah's International Variations

Azarius (Greek)