Ancient Hebrew Submitted Names
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
ALUE m Ancient Hebrew
Alue is the Hebrew for Adored and has been given usually to the fairest male in the family origins for this name predate the bible and has been carried by word of mouth as a pet name.
AMMAN m Ancient Hebrew
The given name of the second son of Lot, (The Veil), by his younger daughter meaning "Son of my Race" or "Son of my People. The father of the Ammanites, (AKA Ammonites). ... [more]
ARIYAH f Ancient Hebrew
Ariyah means lioness of Yah (God). It is a Feminine form of the masculine biblical Hebrew name Arieh, Aryeh or Ariyeh, which means the lion of Yah (God). Simply put is is derived from two ancient Hebrew words together, Ari (lion), Yah (God)... [more]
ELISAV m & f Ancient Hebrew
Very old and rare Hebrew form of ELIZABETH. ELISHEVA is a more modern form of the same name and usually used for females.
GERAR m & f Ancient Hebrew
Also Gerara, (LXX). Name of the land in which Abimelech dwelt. Genesis 20:2.
HARIM m Ancient Hebrew
Meaning "with pierced nose." May also mean "destroyed" or "dedicated to God" depending on your source.
JASIEL m & f Biblical Hebrew, Ancient Hebrew
A biblical name meaning "whom God made" (asah to make or do + 'el God). Jaasiel was a warrior mentioned in 1 Chronicles 11:47 among the "valiant men of the armies" (1 Chronicles 11:26) under David. Also said to be a "hero of David" (Brown-Driver-Briggs)... [more]
MAACAH m & f Biblical Hebrew, Ancient Hebrew
Means "bruised, crushed" in Hebrew, from the verb מָעַך
) "to press, to squeeze". This name was borne by both men and women in the Bible: one male example is Maacah, the fourth son of Nahor
and his concubine Reumah
(Genesis 22:24); a female example is Queen Maacah, one of the wives of King David and mother of Avshalom
(1 Chronicles 3:3).
MAMRE m Ancient Hebrew
The name of an Amorite ally of Abraham, owner of some famous great trees at or near Hebron.
SALAMPSIO f Ancient Hebrew (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of the Hebrew name Shalom-zion
"peace of Zion
". The name "Shalom Zion" was used by the Judean royal family in the Roman period and is variously modified in rabbinical literature... [more]
SHELUMIEL m Ancient Hebrew, Hebrew (Archaic)
Numbers 1:6 mentions that Shelumiel is the son of Zurishaddai the Simeonite. It means "Peace of God" in Hebrew, derived from Hebrew word, שָׁלוֹם (shalom) "peace, welfare, wholeness" combined with the word אֵל (El), which means "God".