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Hebrew Names

  1. PeretzHeart
    • PoratHeart
      • Origin:

        Hebrew
      • Meaning:

        "fruitful, productive"
      • Description:

        A name that is used to describe a handsome or clever boy, and is also an Israeli place-name.
    • SiomonHeart
      • IsibealHeart
        • RanitaHeart
          • Origin:

            Hebrew
          • Meaning:

            "song"
          • Description:

            Delicate embellishment of Rani.
        • TzophiahHeart
          • DebsHeart
            • Origin:

              Diminutive of Deborah
            • Meaning:

              "bee"
            • Description:

              Debbie is decidedly out, the original Deborah lovely, and other short forms -- Deb, Debs -- for occasional use only.
          • GavrillaHeart
            • JethraHeart
              • Origin:

                Hebrew, feminine variation of Jethro
              • Description:

                Rare and ethereal.
            • TziamarnitHeart
              • YehuditHeart
                • Origin:

                  Hebrew variation of Judith
                • Description:

                  Stuck in the Old Country.
              • BethennyHeart
                • Origin:

                  Spelling variation of Bethany, Hebrew
                • Meaning:

                  "house of figs"
                • Description:

                  Bethenny is the spelling introduced to the world by and closely associated with Real Housewife of New York Bethenny Frankel. While the name has a bit of charm, we recommend sticking with the original Bethany spelling.
              • YehudahHeart
                • Origin:

                  Hebrew
                • Meaning:

                  "to praise"
                • Description:

                  Anglicized as Judah, this name of a biblical patriarch is given symbolically to boys born on Chanukah; a form of it was spotlighted by violin virtuoso Yehudi Menuhin.
              • TalmaHeart
                • Origin:

                  Hebrew
                • Meaning:

                  "hill, mound"
                • Description:

                  A not particularly happy marriage of Thelma and Alma.