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Subject: The Name LIAM
Author: FS   (guest, 142.205.241.145)
Date: August 31, 2006 at 5:44:29 AM
Reply to: Ah, I was also guilty of the same misunderstanding :) nt by Pavlos
This name is rooted in Hebrew.
The literal meaning is I have a people, and this would mean that your child (whom you named Liam) is a symbol of you procreating and creating a people.
The name Eliam is a bit different. It means My God is a people.
A bit Sacreligious for Judaism, as well as an Israel most likely a rabi would recomend to change the name (b/c the implication is that God is as common as the people).

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