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Oh my god. I love this. And it’s uncommon too.
ciara23  3/2/2021
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Gender: Masculine

Usages: Biblical, Judeo-Christian Legend

Transcription: עַדְרִיאֵל

Meaning: From the Hebrew name עַדְרִיאֵל ('Adriy'el) which means either "flock of God" or "my help is God"; it is related etymologically to the Hebrew noun עֵ֫דֶר (eder) "a flock, herd, drove", itself derived from the verb עָדַר (adar), from עָזַר ('ázar) "to help, assist" (compare Azariah, Azarel, Ezer, Ezra). In the Old Testament this name belonged to a son-in-law of Saul (i.e., the Meholathite husband of Merab). Allegedly Adriel was one of the angels of death in Hebrew tradition, among Azrael, Bebriel and Hemeh; the name occurs in Thomas Heywood's 'Hierachy of Angels' (1635).

(Information from name #17943 originally submitted by user moomaster)
Frollein Gladys  2/11/2020

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