are used by the Assyrian and Chaldean people who originate in Iraq, Syria, and Turkey.
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Betheil m & f Assyrian
An Assyrian given name meaning “beta d alaha’ or “house of God” in English, it is an Aramaic form of the name Bethel
Bredil f Assyrian
in ancient assyrian mythilogy this was the name of daughter of god of gods "il". Assyrian may refer to: Anything from Assyria, an ancient empire in Mesopotamia.
Diklat f & m Assyrian
Assyrian translation for "Tigris river" which flows through Iraq.
Imama f Assyrian
From the Aramaic איממא (imama)
, meaning "daytime".
Narsai ܢܪܣܝ m Assyrian
Assyrian or Syriac form of Narseh
. This name was borne by a notable Syriac poet-theologian from the 5th century AD.
Nona ܢܥܢܐ m & f Assyrian
Nona (Syriac: ܢܥܢܐ) is an Assyrian unisex first & last name meaning "dove". The name derives from the Hebrew and Aramaic word "Yona", also meaning "dove".
Rameel m Assyrian
The name Rameel means 'Mercy Of God' or in The Ancient Assyrian it means 'God is in a high place'. This name tends to be used by Assyrians and is a Christian Catholic name.