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This name is slightly more appealing than Noah, but I don't like it either. Either way, the history seems interesting.
― Anonymous User  3/30/2018
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A 'Ben Noach' (meaning Son of Noah), Bat Noach (meaning daughter of Noach) or B'nai Noach are titles to refer to righteous gentiles or gentiles that follow the Torah tradition set down by Noach.
ElizainEngland  10/30/2007
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Noach is also the form commonly used in the Netherlands and Germany.
Lucille  10/27/2007
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Pronounced noh-ahkh.
Miss Claire  7/29/2006
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Noach / Noah is only for boys.
Miss Claire  7/29/2006
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Noah is the Anglicized form of Noach, not the other way around (Noach is not the Hebrew for Noah); historically, the name Noach turned into Noah in the translation of the King James bible.
― Anonymous User  7/2/2005

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