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Thread: Hebrew second Name
March 11th, 2013 06:42 PM #6
Dilemma! Loving ottillie's suggestion of Nikita Shiri - the first name that popped into my head was Shira, but that combo is way too 'a'-heavy
Orli is another one of my favorite Hebrew/Israeli names, and I think Nikita Orli is very pretty and exotic
Nikita Bina (also heavy on the end sound, but I love that Bina means "intelligence")
Nikita Keshet (okay, I know it's weird, but keshet is my favorite Hebrew word :'3)
Nikita Liat (Liat means "you are mine" - what a perfect sentiment!)
Nikita Libe (Libe comes from lev, which means "heart")
Nikita Morag (not a particularly girly name - it's unisex - but I love it)
Nikita Ronit (seconding because the Ronit I know is the sweetest girl!)
Hope this helps!~*sophie*~
19-year old lady and a name nut! hoping for a beautiful wife and many children...
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March 11th, 2013 10:27 PM #8Senior Member
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Nikita Zion sounds really male to me as well, sorry. (Russian-background American Jew)
But, Batzion/Bat-Tziyon isn't unisex at all!
Personally I'm actually more fond of Batzion and Benzion as a child's name then just Zion. And I know Bat- puts people off as a first name but for a middle it doesn't bother me. Batya/Batia is nice too.
I think these have been mentioned but I like them:
Nikita Yael - sort of unisex but the Biblical character was a woman. It's also a really cool name.
Haven't seen yet:
Nikita Razili - I really just love Razili and Raziela though.
Nikita Yehudit (or Judith)
March 12th, 2013 12:21 PM #10Member
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