Biblical Hebrew Submitted Names

These names appear in the Hebrew Bible. See also about biblical names.
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ABAGTHA m Biblical, Biblical Hebrew
Etymology unknown, though sources claim it may mean "father of the wine press" or "fortunate". In the book of Esther, this is the name of one of the seven eunuchs in Ahasuerus's court.
ABDEEL m Biblical, Biblical Hebrew
Variant of Abdiel. In the Bible, this is the father of Shelemiah.
ABDIEL m Biblical Hebrew, Judeo-Christian Legend, Literature
Means "servant of God" in Hebrew. In the Bible, this is the name of a member of the tribe of Gad. In John Milton's 'Paradise Lost' (1667), this is the name of a seraph who withstood Satan when he urged the angels to revolt.
ABDON m Biblical Hebrew
Abdon (Hebrew עַבְדּוֹן from עָבַד "to serve") is the name of four biblical individuals.
ABIASAPH m Biblical Hebrew
The name Abiasaph consists of two parts. The first element is the same as the name Abi, which occurs only as a feminine name in the Bible. It comes, however, from a word that's used most frequently as element of names, namely אב (ab), meaning "father" added to the verb אסף (asap), meaning "to gather." In totality, meaning "my father has gathered."
ABICHAYIL m Biblical Hebrew
Means "my father is might" or "father of strength" in Hebrew.
ABIHAIL m & f Biblical Hebrew
Means "my father is might" or "my father is strength" in Hebrew, from אָבִי‎ ('avi) "my father" and חיל (khayil), which is related to the word חייל (khayal) "soldier"... [more]
ACHBOR m Biblical Hebrew
Means "gnawing" and is, by extension, used as the word for "mouse."
ADONAIEL m Biblical Hebrew
Means "my lord is God" in Hebrew. This was the name of an angel mentioned in the Testament of Solomon.
AGEE m Biblical Hebrew
Agee was the father of Shammah, who was one of David's mighty men (II Samuel 23:11). Based on interpretations of I Chronicles 11:34 and II Samuel 23:32-33 Agee was either the grandfather of Jonathan or his brother.
AHARHEL m Biblical Hebrew
Meaning "behind the rampart." In 1 Chronicles 4:8, Aharhel is the son of Harum of the tribe of Judah.
AHI m Biblical Hebrew
Meaning "brother/kindred of YHWH."
AHILUD m Biblical Hebrew
Ahilud is the father of Jehoshaphat, who serves as court recorder to David (2 Samuel 8:16) and Solomon (1 Kings 4:3). In 1 Kings 4:12, Ahilud is the father of Baana, an official in Solomon's court sent to gather provisions in Taanach and Megiddo, and Beth Shan.
AHIMAAZ m English, Biblical Hebrew
Means "brother of the council" in Hebrew.
AHINADAB m Biblical Hebrew
Meaning, "My Brother Is Noble." Son of Iddo, is one of the twelve commissariat officers appointed by Solomon in so many districts of his kingdom to raise supplies by monthly rotation for his household... [more]
AHISHAR m Biblical Hebrew
Means "my brother has sung" in Hebrew. In 1 Kings, he is mentioned in Solomon's list of heads of department.
AHITUB m Biblical Hebrew
Meaning "brother of goodness."
AHOLIAB m Biblical Hebrew, English (Puritan)
In the Hebrew Bible, Aholiab son of Ahisamakh, of the tribe of Dan, worked under Bezalel as the deputy architect of the Tabernacle and the implements which it housed, including the Ark of the Covenant... [more]
AHOLIBAMAH f Biblical Hebrew
Means "my tabernacle is exalted" or "tent of the high place" in Hebrew. In the Old Testament, this was one of the wives of Esau, who changed her name to Judith.
AJAH m Biblical Hebrew
In Genesis 36:24 and 1 Chronicles 1:40, Ajah is a son of Zibeon. Ajah means "hawk.
AKAN m Biblical Hebrew
In Genesis 36:27 Akan is a son of Ezer and grandson of Seir the Horite. In 1 Chronicles 1:42 he is called Jaakan.
AKKUB m Biblical Hebrew
Variant of Achaab. In Ezra 2:45, Akkub is the head of a family of Nethinim. In 1 Chronicles 3:24, Akkub is a son of Elionenai, descendant of Solomon living in the Kingdom of Judah around 420 BCE... [more]
ALVAN m Biblical Hebrew
In Genesis 36:23, Alvan is the eldest son of Shobal and a descendant of Seir the Horite. In 1 Chronicles 1:40 he is called Alian.
AMINADAB m Mormon (Rare), English (Puritan), Biblical, Biblical Hebrew
From Hebrew meaning, "my kinsmen are noble." According to the genealogies of Genesis, he was born of Ram (also known as Aram) during the Israelite exile in Ancient Egypt. He was the father of Nahshon, chief of the tribe of Judah (Numbers 1:7; 2:3; 7:12, 17; 10:14)... [more]
AMMINADIB m Biblical Hebrew
A person mentioned in the Old Testament in Song of Solomon 6:12, whose chariots were famed for their swiftness. Commentaries on the meaning differ, some stating the meaning is "my princely people" or "my willing people."
AMMIZABAD m Biblical Hebrew
Ammizabad was the son of Benaiah, who was the third and chief captain of the host under David(1 Chronicles 27:6). The first part of our name comes from the root 'mm, from whence stems the word 'umma, meaning "tribe" or "people." The root-verb zabad means "to give" or "bestow." Therefore, it possibly means, "to bestow on people."
ANAK m Biblical Hebrew
Anak was the father of Ahiman, Sheshai, and Talmai in Numbers 13:22. Means, "giant."
ANANIAH m Biblical (Rare), Biblical Hebrew
Meaning, "cloud Of the Lord."
APHIAH m Biblical Hebrew
Aphiah, of the tribe of Benjamin, was an ancestor of King Saul and of his commander Abner. According to Saul, his family was the least of the tribe of Benjamin. (1 Samuel 9)
ARAH f Biblical Hebrew
Means "guest" in Hebrew.
ARD m Biblical Hebrew
Ard was the tenth son of Benjamin in Genesis 46:21. It is relatively unusual among Hebrew names for ending in a cluster of two consonants instead of as a segholate.
ARMONI m Biblical Hebrew
Means "of the palace, palatial" from Hebrew אַרְמוֹן (armon) "palace". In the Old Testament, Armoni was the son of King Saul by his concubine Rizpah.
ARODI m Biblical Hebrew
A son of Gad according to Genesis 46:16 and Numbers 26:17. He was one of the 70 souls to migrate to Egypt with Jacob.
ASHIMA f Biblical Hebrew
Means "the name, portion, or lot" depending on context. Possibly from the Semitic šmt 'charge, duty, function'. Also known as Ashim-Yahu, Ashima-Yaho, and Ashim-Beth-El... [more]
ASIEL m Biblical Hebrew
Means "created by God".
ASSIR m Biblical Hebrew
Assir was a son of Korah of the house of Levi according to Exodus 6:24, born in Egypt. It was also the firstborn son of Jehoiachin, King of Judah.
ATALIE f Biblical Hebrew
Possibly from the Hebrew meaning "God is great".
ATSALYAHU m Biblical Hebrew
Means "Yahweh has reserved" or "Yahweh has set aside" in Hebrew, which some sources appear to believe indicates to a figurative meaning of "(being kept) near to God". The name is derived from Hebrew אָצַל (atsal) meaning "to reserve, to lay aside" (see Azel) combined with Hebrew יָהּ (yah) meaning "Yahweh"... [more]
AYAH m & f Biblical Hebrew
Means "falcon" or "vulture" in Hebrew. In the Bible, this is the name of the father of Rizpah as well as the son of Zibeon.
AZZAN m Biblical Hebrew
Meaning "strong." Was the father of Paltiel, a prince of the Tribe of Issachar. (Num. 34:26).
BAARA f Biblical Hebrew
Baara was one of the three wives of Shaharaim, according to 1 Chronicles 8:8.
BARACHEL m Biblical Hebrew
Barachel was a Buzite, and was the father of Elihu, an antagonist of Job, according to Job 32:2.
BEALIAH m Biblical Hebrew
Means "God is Lord."
BECHORATH m Biblical Hebrew
Bechorath, son of Aphiah, of the tribe of Benjamin, was an ancestor of King Saul and of his commander Abner. According to Saul, his family was the least of the tribe of Benjamin. (1 Samuel 9)
BENEBERAK m Biblical Hebrew
Hebrew boy's name meaning "Son of Lightening"
BENHADAD m Biblical Hebrew
Means "son of Hadad" in Hebrew.
BENHAIL m Biblical Hebrew
Hebrew boy's name meaning "son of strengths"
BENHANAN m Biblical Hebrew
Hebrew boy's name meaning "Son of Grace"
BENHUR m Biblical Hebrew, Literature
Means "son of Hur". The patronymic of the main character in the 1880 novel, 'Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ' by Lew Wallace.
BENZOHETH m Biblical Hebrew
Hebrew boy's name meaning "Son of Separation"
BERECHIAH m Biblical Hebrew
It is derived from Berakhah, meaning "blessing".
BINEA m Biblical Hebrew
Biblical boy's name meaning "Son of the Lord"
BISHLAM m Biblical Hebrew
Means "with peace" in Hebrew.
DARAH m & f Biblical Hebrew
Meaning "wise".... [more]
DEUEL m Biblical Hebrew
Means "known by God" in Hebrew. In the Bible, he was the father of Eliasaph and the leader of the Tribe of Gad, as noted in five verses in the Book of Numbers, beginning with Numbers 1:14.
DIBRI m Biblical Hebrew
Dibri of the house of Dan was the father of Shelomith, according to Leviticus 24:11. Shelomith's son was stoned to death by the people of Israel for blasphemy following Moses' issue of a ruling on the penalty to be applied for blasphemy.
EBED-MELECH m Biblical Hebrew
The name is translated as "Servant of the King," and as such may not be his proper name but a hereditary title.
EGLAH f Biblical Hebrew
Means "heifer, young cow" in Hebrew. Eglah was one of King David's wives and the mother of Ithream (2 Samuel 3:4).
ELEASHAH f & m Biblical Hebrew
It means "Whom God made"
ELIADAH m Biblical Hebrew
Eliadah, meaning "God Knows," was the father of Rezon, regent of Damascus in the time of Solomon. I Kings 11:23
ELIDAD m Biblical Hebrew
Elidad was a prince of the tribe of Benjamin; one of those appointed by Moses to superintend the division of Canaan amongst the tribe (Numbers 34: 21).
ELIHOREPH m Biblical Hebrew
Elihoreph was a scribe in King Solomon's court. He was a son of Shisha and brother of Ahiah. (I Kings: 4:3) The name means "'my God repays,' or 'my God is the giver of the autumn harvest,'"
ELIONENAI m Biblical Hebrew
Elionenai was a descedant of David. He was the father of Akkub, and son of Neariah.
ELZAPHAN m Biblical Hebrew
Means "God conceals" in Hebrew.
EPHAH m & f Biblical Hebrew
In the Hebrew Bible, Ephah was the name of three people: one of Midian's five sons (a descendant of Abraham via Keturah), a son of Jahdai (a descendant of Judah), and a concubine of Caleb.
EPHAI m Biblical Hebrew
Means "gloomy" or "bird-like" in Hebrew. This is a character in the Old Testament.
EPHER m Biblical Hebrew
Epher was a grandson of Abraham, according to Gen. 25:4, whose descendants, Jewish historian Flavius Josephus claimed, had invaded Libya. Josephus also claimed that Epher's name was the etymological root of the continent Africa... [more]
ER m Biblical Hebrew
Means "awakening" or "watchful" in Hebrew. In the Old Testament, this name was borne by both a son and a grandson of Judah ((Genesis 38:3, 1 Chronicles 4:21).
EZRAH m Biblical Hebrew
Ezrah is the father of Jether, Mered, Epher and Jalon, grandfather (through Mered) of Miriam, Shammai and Ishbah, and great-grandfather (through Ishbah) of Eshtemoa.
GESHEM f & m Hebrew (Modern, Rare), Biblical Hebrew
The Hebrew word גֶּשֶׁם (géshem) means "rain".... [more]
GIBEAH m & f Biblical Hebrew
Found in the Old Testament in Hosea 5:8. Meaning Unknown.
HAKKATAN m Biblical Hebrew
Meaning, "the small."
HALLOSHETH m Biblical Hebrew
Meaning, "enchanter."
HELAM m Biblical, Biblical Hebrew, Portuguese (Brazilian, Rare), Mormon
Derived from Hebrew חֵילָם (Helam), which is the name of a biblical town where king David and his army fought and won a battle against the army of the Syrian king Hadadezer. The town's name is said to mean either "stronghold, fortress" or "place of abundance" in Hebrew and is also found spelled as Chelam, Cheleam and Cheylam... [more]
HELEL m Biblical Hebrew
Helel is a Hebrew word meaning "bright, lucent, shiny".... [more]
HUR m Biblical, Biblical Hebrew, Biblical Latin
Probably from the ancient Hebrew noun חור (hur), which means "something white" or "white stuff". This name belonged to several characters in the Old Testament, including a character in The Book of Exodus, who, along with Aaron, held up Moses' hands... [more]
IONATANI m Biblical Hebrew (Rare)
it is hebrew name
ISHBOSHETH m Biblical Hebrew
Means "man of shame". Originally his name was Ishbaal.... [more]
ISHUAH m Biblical Hebrew
Name of the second son of Asher.
ISHUI m Biblical Hebrew
Ishui was a son of Saul according to I Samuel 14:49.
ISUI m Biblical Hebrew
Isui was a son of Asher according to Genesis 46:17 and Numbers 26:44.
ITHREAM m Biblical Hebrew
Ithream was the son of David and Eglah, David's sixth son, according to II Samuel 3:5.
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]
JEDEDIAH m Biblical Hebrew
Means "God's Friend"
JEDUTHAN m Biblical, English (Puritan), Biblical Hebrew
Meaning, "praising." Jeduthun was one of the chiefs of the temple choir during the time of David. Jeduthun belonged to the Merari family of the tribe of Levi. He is considered to be the same person as Ethan... [more]
JEHOEL m Biblical Hebrew (?)
The name of an angel in the apocryphal Apocalypse of Abraham.
JEHOIADA m Biblical Hebrew
Meaning "God knew." It was the name of at least three people in the Hebrew Bible.
JEHONADAB m Biblical Hebrew
Meaning "Jehovah is willing."
JEHOSHABEATH f Biblical Hebrew
Original Hebrew form of Jehosheba.
JEHOZADAK m Biblical Hebrew
Meaning "God is just."
JEROHAM m & f Hebrew, Biblical Hebrew
Meaning "cherished" or "one who finds mercy."
JESCA f Biblical Hebrew
Variation of Iscah. A daughter of Haran, sister of Lot and Milcah according to Genesis 11:29. She is sometimes identified as Sarah. Genesis 11:27-30. Original version, Yiskāh means "foresight."
JEZER m Biblical Hebrew
Jezer was a son of Naphtali according to Genesis 46:24 and Numbers 26:49.
JIDLAPH m Biblical Hebrew
Of uncertain Hebrew etymology. In the Bible, Jidlaph was the seventh son of Nahor and Milka (Genesis 22:22).
JIMNAH m Biblical Hebrew
Possibly means "good fortune." Name of a son of Asher.
JOBAB m Biblical Hebrew
The name of five characters in the Bible.
JOGLI m Biblical Hebrew
Jogli was the father of Bukki, a prince of the Tribe of Dan. (Num. 34:22)
JOIARIB m Biblical Hebrew
Means "God will contend" in Hebrew.
JORAH m & f Biblical, Biblical Hebrew, Literature, Near Eastern Mythology
From יוֺרֶה (Yorah), a Hebrew name which allegedly meant "autumn showers" (referring to a seasonal rain "which falls in Palestine from the last of October until the first of December") or "sprinkling" as the active participle of יָרָה (yarah) "to rain"... [more]
JOZACHAR m Biblical Hebrew
Meaning "God remembered." son of Shimeath, was one of the assasinators of king Joash of Judah.
KADASH f & m Biblical Hebrew
To set apart for God
KELITAH m Biblical Hebrew
A Biblical boy name meaning "Voice of God, gathering around."
KENAZ m Biblical Hebrew
Father of Othniel and Caleb in the book of Joshua
KISHI m Biblical Hebrew
Kishi (also Kushaiah) is a figure in the Old Testament. 1 Chronicles 6:44 states Kishi is a Merarite, and the father of the ancestor of Ethan the minstrel.
LAADAN m Biblical Hebrew
A biblical boy's name, meaning "For Pleasure, devouring judgment"
LAPIDOTH m Biblical Hebrew
Lapidoth, meaning "torches," was the husband of Deborah the fourth Judge of Israel.
MAACAH m & f Biblical Hebrew, Ancient Hebrew
Means "bruised, crushed" in Hebrew, from the verb מָעַך (māʿaḵ or ma'ach, ma'akh) "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 and Tamar (1 Chronicles 3:3).
MAATH f Biblical Hebrew
A biblical girl's name meaning "Wiping away, breaking, fearing, smiting"
MAGADAN f Biblical Hebrew, Various (Rare)
Derived from Hebrew מגדל (Migdal) meaning "tower"; ultimately from Aramaic מגדלא (Magdala) "elegant, great" or "tower". The King James' Version of the Bible provide the name Magdala, while some Greek manuscripts and the Revised Version provide the name "Magadan"... [more]
MAGDALA f Portuguese (Brazilian), Spanish (Latin American), American (Hispanic), Biblical Hebrew, Literature
From the biblical, historic village on the Sea of Galilee, whose name meant "tower" in Hebrew. It is where Mary Magdalene was from.... [more]
MAGDIEL m Biblical Hebrew
Magdiel was the name of an Edomite clan (possibly the name of an eponymous chieftain) mentioned in Genesis 36:43.
MAHALALEEL m Biblical Hebrew (Archaic)
Literally means "praise of GOD (El);" son of Kenan (Qayin) and great-grandson of Seth according to Genealogy of Genesis 5:12,13,15-17; 1 Chronicles 1:2. An inhabitant of Judah in Nehemiah 11:4, a descendent of Judah, son of Jacob, great-grandson of Abraham, through the lineage of Perez.
MEA f Biblical Hebrew
Mea(h): Hundred or a hundred cubits. Mea(h)/Me'ah/Me'a: a tower on the north wall of Jerusalem (Nehemiah 3:1; Nehemiah 12:39).
MISHMA m Biblical Hebrew
Biblical Hebrew name meaning "hearing, obeying"
MISPAR f Biblical Hebrew
Means "numbering, increasing" in Hebrew.
NABAL m Biblical Hebrew
Means "fool; senseless; failure". This was the name of a rich Calebite who was the first husband of Abigail.
NATANYA m & f Hebrew, Biblical Hebrew
Means "gift of God" in Hebrew. In the Bible, Nethaniah was one of the Levites sent by King Jehoshaphat to teach the Law of the Lord to the people of Judah.
NATHAN-MELECH m Biblical Hebrew
Means "King's gift."
NAVI m Biblical Hebrew, Hebrew
It means "prophet" in Hebrew ultimately from a word meaning "spokesperson".
NEMUEL m Biblical Hebrew
Apparently means "day of God" in Hebrew. The biblical clan of the Nemuelites derive their name from an ancestor with this first name. Nemuel is also the name of two Israelities mentioned in the Bible.
NISROCH m Biblical Hebrew, Greek Mythology, Ancient Aramaic
Nisroch is the Assyrian god of agriculture, in whose temple king Sennacherib was worshipping when he was assassinated by his own sons in revenge for the destruction of Babylon. (2 Kings 19:37; Isa. 37:38)... [more]
NITAI m Biblical Hebrew
Nitai was an ancient Jewish sage mentioned in the Jewish Talmud. Nitai's full name, as recorded in the Talmud, was "Nitai the Arbelite."
OPHEL m Biblical Hebrew
The biblical name apparently given to a certain part of a settlement or city that is elevated from its surroundings, and probably means fortified hill or risen area. In the Hebrew Bible the Ophel refers to a specific part in two cities: the extended City of David (the oldest part of Jerusalem), as in the Book of Chronicles and the Book of Nehemiah (2 Chronicles 27:3; 33:14, Nehemiah 3:26; 11:21), and at Samaria, the ancient capital of the Kingdom of Israel, mentioned in the Second Book of Kings (2 Book of Kings 5:24)... [more]
PASHURE m Biblical Hebrew
prosperity round about
REHOBOTH m & f Biblical Hebrew
RESTING PLACE OR "REST"
REI m Biblical Hebrew (Rare)
Means "my companion" in Hebrew. In the Bible, Rei was one of David's most loyal supporters.
RINNAH m & f Biblical Hebrew
1 Chronicles 4:20 from the root ranan meaning joyous cry
RIZPAH f Biblical Hebrew (Rare)
From Hebrew, meaning "coal" or "hot stone." In the Book of Samuel, Rizpah was one of Saul's concubines, the epitome of the devoted mother.
SALMON m Biblical Hebrew
He is the son of Nahshon, and married Rahab, possibly she of Jericho, by whom he had Boaz. Thus, according to the Biblical genealogies, Salmon is the patrilineal great-great-grandfather of David.
SAMIAH f & m Ancient Assyrian, Biblical Hebrew
Combination of Classical Hebrew Shem and Assyrian Yeh or used to be Combination of Classical Hebrew Shem and Classical Hebrew Yahweh
SARID m Biblical Hebrew
A Hebrew name used in the Bible meaning "survivor, remaining, hand of a prince"
SEIR m Biblical Hebrew
Seir, meaning "Rough, hairy." It is sometimes used as an alternative term for a goat, as in Seir La'Azazel (שעיר לעזאזל - scapegoat).
SERACH f Hebrew, Biblical Hebrew
Means "abundance" in Hebrew. This was the name of the granddaughter of Jacob, and the daughter of Asher in the Torah, who is said to have lived past the era of Moses until she was taken to heaven (like Enoch and Elijah).
SHAMED m Biblical Hebrew
Means "destroying, wearing out" in Hebrew.
SHAPHAN m Biblical Hebrew
Meaning "hyrax" or "coney" (in relation to the type of rabbit).
SHEAR-JASHUB m Biblical Hebrew
Meaning "the remnant shall return."
SHEBNA m Biblical Hebrew
Meaning "tender youth."
SHELOMITH f Ancient Hebrew, Biblical Hebrew
In the Bible she was a daughter of Dibri of the house of Dan.
SHEMA m Biblical Hebrew
Means "hearing, obeying" in Hebrew.
SHEMARIAH m & f Biblical, Biblical Hebrew, English (American)
A Biblical name meaning “God is my guard”. Shemariah is the son of King Rehoboam and his wife, Mahalath.
SHENAZAR m Biblical Hebrew
Meaning, "light of splendor."
SHEPHATIAH m Biblical Hebrew
Meaning "God is my judge" or "God judges."
SHEPHELAH f Biblical Hebrew, English (American, Rare, ?)
Shephelah -or Shfela- is a location in Israel containing the Judean Plain.
SHESBAZZAR m Biblical Hebrew
Meaning, "joy in tribulation."
SHIMRATH m Biblical Hebrew
Means "hearing, obedient" in Hebrew.
SHOPHACH m Biblical Hebrew
Means "pouring out" in Hebrew.
SIBBECHAI m Biblical Hebrew
Means "bough, Cottage of spring" in Hebrew.
SIRA m Biblical Hebrew
The Septuagint Book known as the Wisdom of Simon, Son of Jesus, Son of Eliazar, Son of Sira, (AKA Sirach), goes by this name.
SISERA m Biblical Hebrew
Sisera was commander of the Canaanite army of King Jabin of Hazor, who is mentioned in Judges 4-5 of the Hebrew Bible.
SOPHERETH m Biblical Hebrew
Means "scribe, numbering" in Hebrew.
TILON m Biblical Hebrew
Means "murmuring" in Hebrew.
TIMNA f & m Biblical Hebrew (Rare), German (Austrian)
From a Biblical place name and several persons mentioned briefly in the Bible.... [more]
TOGARMAH m Biblical Hebrew
Name of Gomer third-born son in Genesis ch. 10. Ancestor to the original inhabitants of Armenia (pre 1500BC). The name is found in Ancient Armenian tradition. Places named for him: Armenia.
TYRAS m Biblical Hebrew
The name is a derivative of Tiras who was one of Noah’s grandsons. Specifically Japheth’s son.
UZAL m Biblical Hebrew
Uzal is a Biblical name (Genesis 10:27) with different meanings tied to the verb "to go". Uzal is son of Joktan and ancestor of Abraham.
VAJEZATHA m Biblical Hebrew
Meaning uncertain, probably of Persian origin. It has been claimed to mean "sprinkling the chamber". This was the name of a son of Haman in the Book of Esther in the Old Testament.
YAHOEL m Biblical Hebrew
Alternate form of Jehoel reflecting the original Hebrew pronunciation.
YAHUSHA m Biblical Hebrew
יהושוע (yah-ho-shoo'-ah) = yahusha = Yahuah is my salvation... [more]
YEKUTIEL m Biblical Hebrew, Jewish, Hebrew
Older form of Jekuthiel, though some sources offer additional possible meanings of "God will nourish" or "doubtful". This was one of the ten names Moses was called throughout his life.
ZALAPH m Biblical Hebrew
Means "shadow, ringing" in Hebrew.
ZAPHKIEL m Biblical Hebrew, Literature, Popular Culture
The name means "God's knowledge". The angel is sometimes equated with Jophiel/Zophiel, but other times considered to be a different angel.
ZERVIAH f Biblical Hebrew (Anglicized, Archaic)
Perhaps an anglicized form of the Biblical Hebrew name Zeruiah.
ZIMRAN m Biblical Hebrew, Hebrew
Meaning uncertain. Some sources say that the name means "musical" or "musician" and is ultimately derived from Hebrew zimrah meaning "melody, song (in praise of God)". If this is true, then the name is etymologically related to Zimri... [more]
ZITHRI m Biblical Hebrew
In Exodus 6:22, Zithri, meaning "the Lord protects," a Levite, was the son of Uzziel.
ZOBAH m Biblical Hebrew
Means "an army, warring" in Hebrew.
ZOPHAR m Biblical Hebrew
In the Old Testament Book of Job, Zophar, meaning "chirping; rising early," the Naamathite is one of the three friends of Job who visits to comfort him during his illness.
ZURISHADDAI m Biblical Hebrew, Biblical
Means "rock of the Almighty", Shaddai being another name of God. In the Old Testament, he was the father of Shelumiel, the Prince of the Tribe of Simeon.