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I first heard the name from a little girl... and now today I have a daughter named Azariah. My family loves it! We get mixed reviews from strangers but mostly love. Her nickname is Azzi.
― Anonymous User  10/4/2018
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This can be a unisex name.
leoBeyene2002  4/12/2018
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The name Azariah was given to 295 boys born in the US in 2016.
― Anonymous User  6/7/2017
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This is my son's name. He was named after Aaron's son from the Bible.
Moliver7  4/27/2014
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I heard this was a female name. My friend had her confirmation when she was thirteen and used Azariah as her 'new' middle name in the ceremony. *is confused*
skycladdryad  7/30/2007
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In many other languages, names are largely gender neutral. While the -yah element is far more commonly used in Hebrew men's names, it's not exclusively masculine. Although I've noticed that it tends to be found as a prefix on "feminine" names rather than as a suffix (Jo- instead of -iah). That said, Azariah can still easily be a girl's name.
Atarah Derek  1/3/2010
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This is a wonderful name. It's much better than Abed-nego!
― Anonymous User  4/25/2007

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