Gender Masculine
Scripts אֵלִיָּהוּ(Ancient Hebrew)
Pronounced Pron. eh-lee-YAH-hoo
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Meaning & History

Biblical Hebrew form of Elijah.

Related Names

Other Languages & CulturesIlyas(Arabic) Ilyes(Arabic (Maghrebi)) Ilia, Ilya(Belarusian) Elijah(Biblical) Elias, Eliou(Biblical Greek) Elias, Helias(Biblical Latin) Ilia, Ilija, Iliya(Bulgarian) Ilija(Croatian) Eliáš, Ilja(Czech) Elias(Danish) Elias, Elian(Dutch) Elias, Elijah(English) Ilja(Estonian) Eelis, Elias, Eljas(Finnish) Élie(French) Ilia(Georgian) Elias(German) Elias, Ilias(Greek) Elijah, Eliya, Eliyahu(Hebrew) Illés, Éliás(Hungarian) Elías(Icelandic) Elia(Italian) Ilja, Elijas(Lithuanian) Ilija, Ile(Macedonian) Elis(Medieval English) Elias(Norwegian) Eliasz(Polish) Elias(Portuguese) Ilie(Romanian) Ilia, Ilja, Ilya(Russian) Ilija(Serbian) Elías(Spanish) Elias, Elis, Lias(Swedish) İlyas(Turkish) Illya(Ukrainian)

Entry updated May 29, 2020