Hebrew baby names are among the most ancient still in use in the Western World. Hebrew names are often rooted in the Bible. Many of the most common names in English-speaking countries have Hebrew origins, from Elizabeth and Sarah for girls to John and Adam for boys.
Hebrew names in the US Top 200 for girls include Ariel, Delilah, Eliana, Eva, and Naomi.
For boys, Hebrew names in the US Top 100 include Asher, Elijah, Jacob, Levi, and Noah. In Israel, popular names include Tamar, Shira, Uri, and Noam.
If you’re searching for Hebrew names for your baby or simply want to survey all the options with roots in ancient languages and cultures, here is the full range of Hebrew name choices in our database. You can also browse our lists of Hebrew girl names and Hebrew boy names.