Hebrew Boy Names

Abdon

Hebrew biblical name of one of the judges who ruled over Israel, meaning servant, worshiper

Abidan

Abider; survivor From Old English ábidan, meaning to abide, wait, remain behind; survive; wait for; expect Not to be confused with Abidon, the one waited for

Abiram

Hebrew biblical name of the eldest son of Hiel the Bethelite, and the name of a son of Eliab who joined Korah in his rebellion against Moses, meaning my father is exalted; proud

Abiron

Variant of Abiram, meaning my father is exalted

Abner

Biblical name of a cousin of Saul who was also a commander of his army, meaning father of [or is] light

Abraham

Biblical name of the founding patriarch of the Israelites, meaning father of a multitude

Achbor

Hebrew and Aramaic biblical name of an officer of King Josiah, meaning mouse

Achim

Biblical name of an ancestor of Jesus. It is a nickname for Joachim, meaning established by God

Achyan

Aramaic name meaning fraternal

Aharon

Original Hebrew form of biblical Aaron, meaning high mountain

Ahiram

Hebrew name meaning brother of the exalted

Akiva

Variant of Hebrew Yaakov, meaning supplanter

Allon

Variant of Hebrew Alon, meaning oak tree

Alon

Hebrew biblical name of a son of Simeon, meaning oak tree

Amal

Hebrew biblical name of a member of the tribe of Asher, meaning work

Amariah

Hebrew biblical name of a priest who lived in the time of King Jehoshaphat, meaning the word of God

Amarya

Original Hebrew form of biblical Amariah, meaning the word of God

Ami

Amir

Hebrew name meaning treetop

Amit

Hebrew name meaning "friend.

Ammiel

Hebrew biblical name of one of the spies of Moses, meaning Yahweh is my kinsman

Amminadab

Hebrew biblical name of several characters: a son of Kohath; a descendant of Uzziel the Levite; a king of Ammon; and a father-in-law of Aaron, meaning my people are generous

Amos

Hebrew biblical name of the author of the Old Testament Book of Amos, meaning to bear; to carry

Amram

Hebrew biblical name of the father of Moses, meaning exalted nation

Anah

Hebrew biblical name unisex of several Old Testament characters, both male and female, meaning answer

Anan

ANAN: African Akan unisex name meaning fourth born child

Anani

Variant of Hebrew biblical Anan, meaning cloud

Anat

Variant of Hebrew unisex Anath, meaning answer

Anath

Variant of Hebrew unisex Anah, meaning answer

Areli

Hebrew biblical name of a son of Gad, meaning lion of God

Ari

Armenian name meaning brave

Arieh

Hebrew biblical name of a bodyguard, meaning lion

Arles

Hebrew name meaning pledge

Armon

Hebrew name meaning castle, palace

Aryeh

Variant of Hebrew biblical Arieh, meaning lion

Asa

Swedish nickname for Old Norse names beginning with the element áss, meaning "god."

Asher

Hebrew biblical name of a son of Jacob, derived from the Hebrew word osher, meaning happy

Avi

Hebrew nickname for both Avraham, father of a multitude, and Aviram my father is exalted

Avidan

Variant of Hebrew Abidan, meaning my father is judge

Aviram

Variant of Hebrew Abiram, meaning my father is exalted

Aviv

AVIV: Hebrew name meaning spring

Avner

Variant of biblical Abner, meaning father of [or is] light

Avraham

Variant for Abraham, meaning father of a multitude

Avram

Variant for Abraham, meaning father of a multitude

Avshalom

Original Hebrew form of Absalom, meaning my father is peace This name is a variant of Avishalom.

AYAL

Hebrew name meaning deer, gazelle

Ayalon

Variant of Hebrew Ayal, meaning deer, gazelle

Azareel

Variant of Hebrew Azarel, meaning help of God

Azaziah

Hebrew biblical name of several minor Old Testament characters, meaning strength of Yahweh

Azel

Hebrew biblical person and place name, meaning reserved

Azrael

Variant of Hebrew Azriel, meaning help of God This is the name of the Angel of Death, who separates the soul from the body upon death.

Azrail

Variant of Azrael, the name of the Angel of Death, who separates the soul from the body upon death, meaning help of God

Barak

Hebrew biblical name of a military commander, meaning lightning

Baruch

Hebrew biblical name of a companion of Jeremiah, and author of the Book of Baruch, meaning blessed

Benyamin

Hebrew form of biblical Benjamin, meaning son of the south

Ber

Hebrew name derived from the Yiddish word ber, meaning bear It is often paired with Dov--for example, Ber Dov, Dovber--which also means bear in Hebrew and has been borne by many rabbis and Zionists.

Bethuel

Hebrew biblical name of the father of Rebecca, meaning man of God

Binyamin

Variant of Hebrew Benyamin, meaning son of the south

Bros

Hebrew name meaning cypress tree

Buz

Hebrew biblical name of a son of Nachor, meaning contempt

Carmi

Hebrew biblical name of a son of Reuben and grandson of Jacob, meaning my vineyard

Chagai

Original Hebrew form of biblical Haggai, meaning festive

Chagi

Variant of Hebrew Chagai, meaning festive

Chaim

Variant of Hebrew Chayim, meaning life

Cham

Original Hebrew form of biblical Ham, meaning hot

Chanoch

Hebrew form of biblical Enoch, meaning dedicated

Chayim

Hebrew name derived from the word chayyim, meaning life

Chayyim

Variant of Hebrew Chayim, meaning life

Chayym

Variant of Hebrew Chayim, meaning life

Chesed

Hebrew name derived from the name of the fourth Sephirah on the tree of life, meaning mercy

Chever

Hebrew biblical name of a descendant of Asher, meaning association

Chevron

Hebrew biblical name of a Levite and a place. It is a variant of Hebrew Chever, meaning association

Chizkiyah

Variant of Hebrew Chizqiyah, meaning my strength is Jehovah

Chizqiyah

Original Hebrew form of biblical Hezekiah, meaning my strength is Jehovah

DANIEL

Daniyyel

Original Hebrew form of Daniel, meaning God is my judge

Dar

Hebrew name meaning both mother-of-pearl and marble

Datan

Variant of Hebrew Dathan, meaning belonging to a fountain

Dathan

Belonging to a fountain Hebrew biblical name of a son of Eliab who, with his brother Abiram, joined Korah in his rebellion against Moses.

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