Jewish Submitted Names

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KESSIAHfHebrew
Variant of Keziah.
KETZELfYiddish, English
Yiddish for "kitten". Usually used as a nickname.
KEYLAfYiddish
Diminutive of Kelila.
KHANEfYiddish
Yiddish form of Hannah. This is an earlier form of Hene, Henye and Hende, which are backformations from Hendl (see Hendel), itself a diminutive of Khane (now, of Hene).
KHASKEfYiddish
Yiddish diminutive of Hannah.
KHASKLmYiddish
Variant of Chatzkel or Haskel, Yiddish forms of the Hebrew name Yechezkel (see Ezekiel).
KIMf & mHebrew (Modern, Rare)
From Aramaic origin, derived from the Hebrew word קיים (kayam) which means "exists".
KINARm & fHebrew (Modern)
It may come from the Hebrew word כינור (kinor) means "violin" in Hebrew.
KIVIf & mHebrew
Means "protected" in Hebrew.
KOCHAVAfHebrew
Derived from Hebrew כּוֹכַב ‎(kokhav) "star". It is a cognate of Kochab.
KOHAVAfHebrew
Variant of Kochava.
KOLmHebrew
Means "voice" in Hebrew.
KOLAIAHmBiblical, Hebrew
From the Hebrew name קוֹלָיָה (Qolayah) meaning "voice of Yahweh" from קוֹל (qol) "sound, voice" and Yah. This was the name of two biblical Israelites, one of whom was the father of Ahab and 'a false prophet and a lecherous man'.
KORALfHebrew (Modern)
Hebrew form of Coral.
KORENm & fHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Means "shining, bright" in Hebrew. It is also used as a surname.
KRENLEfYiddish (Archaic)
German-Yiddish diminutive of Kreine.
KRESSELfJewish, Yiddish
Pet form of Kressia, the Yiddish form of the Judeo-Spanish name Gracia, used as an alternative to Channah.
KRESSIAfYiddish
Yiddish form of Gracia. Used as an alternative to Chana ... [more]
KROYNEfYiddish
Derived from Yiddish kroyn "crown". (Cf. Kreine.)
KSHANTINEYAHfHebrew, African, Yoruba
Is a hebrew name meaning the most beautiful child. It also means most loved with The ending YAH abbreviation of Yahweh this name means God is alway with this child.
KUSELmYiddish
Yiddish form of Jekusiel.
KUTImHebrew
Short form of Yekutiel.
LACHANf & mHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Means "melody", "tune", "strain" in Hebrew.
LALIfHebrew
Means "for her and for me" in Hebrew.
LANUELmHebrew
Lanuel means 'our god' or 'god to us'
LAOMAfHebrew, Jewish
Meaning: for the Nation, in Hebrew.... [more]
LAORf & mHebrew (Rare)
Means "for the light" or "to light" in Hebrew, it's not a variant of Lior.
LAVANmHebrew
Hebrew form of Laban.
LAZARAfHebrew
Feminine form of Lazarus.
LÈALEfYiddish
Italian-Yiddish diminutive of Lea.
LEDICIAfAsturian, Galician, Judeo-Spanish
Asturian, Galician and Judeo-Spanish form of Letitia. It coincides with the Galician word for "happiness".
LEEm & fHebrew (Modern)
Modern variant of Li (2).
LEELACHfHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Rare variant of Lilach. It's also means "from me to you", from the name Li (2) means "to me" and the female word lach means "to you".
LEEORm & fHebrew
Variant of Lior.
LEHAVAfHebrew
"Flame, tongue of fire." The name is commonly given symbolically to girls born on Hanukkah or Lag b'Omer.
LEIBmYiddish, Czech, Polish
From the Yiddish word leyb meaning "lion". The lion was associated with the tribe of Judah.
LEIBAfYiddish
Feminine form of Leib.
LEIBUSHmYiddish
Diminutive of LEIB
LEMMIEmHebrew
Diminutive of Lemuel.
LEMMUELAfHebrew
Hebrew feminine version of Lemuel, meaning "faithful towards God".
LENIf & mHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Modern Hebrew acronym for "God gave to me" (Hebrew: לי נתן אלוהים), Li (2) means "to me", natan is a Hebrew word (and a name) means "(he) gave", the letter i (or y) is a part of the name of God, another variant can be Leny.
LENYm & fHebrew (Modern)
Modern Hebrew acronym for "God gave to me" (Hebrew: לי נתן האל), Li (2) means "to me" / "for me" / "mine", Natan or Nathan means "he gave", the letter y is part of the name of God.
LEORm & fHebrew (Rare), English
Variant of Lior influenced by the spelling of the names Leo or Leon.
LEORAfJewish, English, Hebrew
Anglicized variant of Liora.... [more]
LESHEMm & fHebrew (Rare)
Means "opal" in Hebrew.
LEVANAfJewish, Hebrew
Modern transcription of the Hebrew name LEBANAH, which is the feminine form of לָבָן laván, "white," now a poetic word for "moon." As a modern name, Levana is given to girls, though Lebanah belonged to a male character in the Old Testament.
LEVANAHfHebrew
Variant transcription of Levana.
LEVIAHfHebrew
This name has some meanings: the first is feminine form of Levi (written: לויה), and the second is feminine form of Lavi (written: לביאה).
LEVYmEnglish, Hebrew
Variant of Levi.
LEVYAfHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the name Lev (2) means "heart" with the letters ya (יה) (which are part of the name of God) means "Heart of God" in Hebrew.
LEWECHINmMedieval Jewish, Jewish (Archaic)
Diminutive of Lew, itself a variant of Löw and Löb. It was recorded in 15th-century Frankfurt, Germany.
LEYAfYiddish, Jewish
Yiddish form of Lea.
LIADm & fHebrew (Rare)
Combination of the names Li (2) and Ad , the word Ad in Hebrew means "forever". and when you add the word Li it's means "forever mine"
LIAMm & fHebrew (Modern)
Means "my people" or "my nation" from Hebrew לִי (li, see Li (2) and עָם (am) "people, nation". It is also a modern Hebrew acronym for "לא ידע עמי מלחמה" which means "my nation didn't know war".
LIANfHebrew
Hebrew acronym for "God gave me a baby-girl"... [more]
LIAVmHebrew
Combination of the name Li (2) means "to me" / "mine" and the word av means "father" in Hebrew. Usually masculine, rare as feminine. the meaning of this name is "my father" / "I have a father".
LIBARf & mHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of Li (2) and Bar.
LIBATfHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the names Li (2) and Bat means "my girl, my daughter" in Hebrew.
LIBBYfHebrew
Variant of Libi.
LIBEfYiddish
Variant of Liba.
LIBIfYiddish
Variant of Leeba.
LIBIELf & mHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the name Libi which means "my heart" and El, reference to God.
LIBSCHEfYiddish
Diminutive of Libe and Liba.
LICHENf & mHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the names Li (2) and Chen (2) means "my beauty" or "my grace" in Hebrew.
LICORICIAfMedieval Jewish, Jewish (Archaic), Medieval English
This name was recorded in the Jewish community in medieval England. It was famously borne by Licoricia of Winchester who was one of the most prominent female bankers and one of the most notable English Jewish women of her time.... [more]
LIDANm & fHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the name Li (2) means "to me" and the name Dan (1) means "(he) judges". usually masculine, rare as feminine.
LIDARf & mHebrew
Combination of the name Li (2) means "to me" / "mine" and the name Dar means "(mother of) pearl" / "nacre".
LIDORm & fHebrew
Combination of the names Li (2) and Dor means "my generation" in Hebrew.
LIDORIf & mHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Variant of the name Lidor, or a combination of the names Li (2) and Dori.
LIEBCHENfYiddish
Diminutive of Liebe. It coincides with the German term of endearment Liebchen "sweetheart".
LIEBEfYiddish
Variant of Leeba (via its variant forms Liba and Libe).... [more]
LIELf & mHebrew (Modern)
Means "for God" or "I have (a) God" in Hebrew". ... [more]
LIELIf & mHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the names Li (2) and Eli (2) or a variant of the name Liel which means "My God" in Hebrew.
LIEMfHebrew
Combination of the name Li (2) means "to me" / "mine" and the word em, which is relative to the word ima that means "mother", usually feminine, rare as masculine. The meaning of this name is "my mother" / "I have a mother".
LIEVmYiddish
Yiddish variant of Lev (2). A famous bearer is Liev Schreiber, an American actor.
LIGADm & fHebrew (Rare)
Combination of the names Li (2) and Gad means "my fortune" / "my luck" in Hebrew, its quite rare name in Israel.
LIGALf & mHebrew
Combination of the names Li (2) and Gal (1) means "my wave" in Hebrew.
LIHAIm & fHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the names Li (2) and Hai possibly means "my existence" in Hebrew. The name Hai means "alive / living" in Hebrew.
LIHEEfHebrew
Variant of Lihi.
LIHENf & mHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the names Li (2) and Hen means "my beauty" / "my grace" in Hebrew.
LIHIEfHebrew
Variant of Lihi.
LIHODf & mHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the names Li (2) and Hod means "my splendor" or "my glory" in Hebrew.
LIHUmHebrew
Means "he is mine" in Hebrew , also masculine form of Lihi , which means "she is mine"
LILAfHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Variant of Layla, which means "night" in Hebrew and Arabic.... [more]
LILITfArmenian, Swedish (Rare), Danish (Rare), Hebrew, Literature
Form of Lilith. In Armenia this name has come into use in recent years because of the poem "Lilit" (1921) written by the Armenian poet Avetik Isahakyan (1875-1957), which is based on the myth of Lilith.
LILKAfPolish, Yiddish
Polish diminutive of Liliana, Lucyna, Alicja, etc.
LIMORfHebrew
Combination of the names Li (2) and Mor means "my myrrh" in Hebrew.
LINESSfHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the names Li (2) and Ness means "my miracle" in Hebrew.
LINOAMf & mHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the names Li (2) and Noam means "my pleasantness" in Hebrew.
LINORfHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the names Li (2) and Nor.
LINOYfHebrew
Combination of the names Li (2) and Noy meaning "my beauty" in Hebrew.
LINOYAfHebrew (Rare)
Combination of the names Li (2) and Noya or a variant of the name Linoy.
LIONm & fHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the names Li (2) and On means "my potency; my strength" in Hebrew.
LIORIf & mHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the names Li (2) and Ori or a variant of the name Lior which means "my light" in Hebrew.
LIOZm & fHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the names Li (2) and Oz (2) means "my strength" or "my power" in Hebrew.
LIPAmJewish, Yiddish
Short form of Lipman.
LIPAZf & mHebrew
Combination of the names Li (2) and Paz (2) means "my gold" in Hebrew.
LIPMANmJewish, Yiddish
Yiddish form of the Judeo-German name Liberman, meaning "beloved man".
LIPSHEfJewish, Yiddish
Diminutive of Liba.
LIRf & mHebrew
Popular name in Israel, or a diminutive for names like Liron , Liram , Liran and more names starting with "Lir"
LIRAMm & fHebrew
Combination of the names Li (2) and Ram (1) means "my loftiness" in Hebrew. usually masculine, rare as feminine.
LIRANm & fVarious (Modern), Hebrew
Combination of the names Li (2) and Ran , Ran in Hebrew means "(he) sang". it is also used as a variant of Liron which means "my song; my joy" in Hebrew.
LIRANIf & mHebrew (Rare)
Variant of the name Liran, or a combination of the names Li (2) and Rani (2).
LIRAZf & mHebrew
Combination of the names Li (2) and Raz means "my secret" in Hebrew. Generally feminine, as a masculine name it's quite rare.
LIRIfHebrew
Means "lyrical" in Hebrew.
LIROMf & mHebrew
Combination of the names Li (2) and Rom , it is also used as a variant of the name Liram
LIRONAfHebrew
Strictly feminine form of Liron.
LIRONIf & mHebrew (Rare)
Variant of the name Liron, or a combination of the names Li (2) and Roni (1).
LIROYm & fHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Variant of the name Leroy which means "the king", or a combination of the names Li (2) and Roy.... [more]
LISHAIm & fHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the names Li (2) and Shai means "my gift" in Hebrew, also variant of Lishay which is more common spelling.
LISHAYm & fHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the names Li (2) and Shay (2) means "my gift" in Hebrew.
LITAVf & mHebrew (Rare)
Combination of the name Li (2) means "to me" / "mine" and the name Tav means "musical note", it's quite rare name in Israel.
LIVANAfHebrew
Variant of Levana.
LIYAMm & fHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the name Li (2) means "to me" / "mine" with the name Yam means "sea" in Hebrew.
LIZANKAfRussian, Hebrew
Diminutive of Yelizaveta. It is the equivalent of Lizziekins. It can also mean "God is my perfection" in Hebrew.
LOITAfYiddish
Found in documents from the early 1800s regarding contemporary Yiddish-speakers in Poland.
LOTANm & fHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Place name in Israel, derived from the name Lot (1), which means "hidden" or "covering, veil" in Hebrew. Lotan ben Seir was a descendant of the tribe of the Seir tribe, descendants of Esau, who settled in the northern region.
LOTEMf & mHebrew
Means "cistus" in Hebrew. The cistus is a type of mountain flower that grows mainly in northern Israel, also known as rockrose.
LOUTFImArabic, Jewish
Variant of Lutfi used by Arabic speaking Jews.
LYRONmEnglish (Modern, Rare), Hebrew (Rare)
Spelling variant of the Hebrew name Liron.
MAGALmHebrew
Magal is a name of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Magal is "scythe".
MAHALALELmHebrew
Means "praise of God" in Hebrew. In the Old Testament, Mahalalel was the great-great-grandson of Adam and great-great-great-grandfather of Noah. His father was Kenan and his son was Jared.
MAHERSHALALHASHBAZmBiblical, Hebrew, English (Puritan)
From the Hebrew name מַהֵר שָׁלָל חָשׁ בַּז (Maher-shalal-hash-baz) which is variously interpreted as meaning "quick to plunder and swift to spoil" or "he has made haste to the plunder!" It is a prophetic name or title which occurs in Isaiah 8:1 in the Old Testament and is a reference to the impending plunder of Samaria and Damascus by the king of Assyria.... [more]
MAIf & mHebrew (Modern)
Popular name in Israel (mostly for girls), it is came from the name of the month of May (the fifth).
MAIDELfJewish, Yiddish
Yiddish name and word for "young girl."
MAIMUNmArabic, Jewish
Arabic Jew's translation of Mazliach.
MAITALfHebrew
Variant transcription of Meital.
MAKIAHf & mHebrew, English
Variant of Micaiah.
MALCHIELmBiblical, Hebrew
Means "my king is God" in Hebrew, derived from Hebrew malákh "to rule" combined with el "God". In other words, this name is a cognate of Elimelech. A known bearer of this name was Malchiel Gruenwald (1881-1958), an Israeli hotelier who became publicly known in 1953, when he accused an Israeli government employee of having been involved in the Holocaust.
MALIHAfUrdu, Arabic, Bengali (Muslim), Indian (Muslim), Judeo-Arabic (Archaic)
Derived from Arabic مَلِيح (malīḥ) meaning "handsome, beautiful, fair".
MÄNDLEmMedieval Jewish, Yiddish
Recorded in medieval Frankfurt, Germany.
MANORm & fHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Manor.
MARGALfJewish, Hebrew
Short form of Margalit, it appears in the works of Avraham ibn Ezra (12th century).
MARGELINAfJudeo-Spanish
Judeo-Spanish form of Margalit.
MARGHANITAfHebrew
Hebrew. The name of famous British writer Marghanita Laski, whose father, a lawyer and Zionist leader, named her after the scarlet pimpernel flower he had seen growing in the land of Israel.
MARNINmHebrew
"Causing Joy" or "One who creates joy"
MAROMf & mHebrew (Rare)
Means "sky" or "height" in Hebrew.
MASHAfHebrew
Feminine of Moshe... [more]
MASSIPAfJudeo-Catalan (Archaic), Medieval Jewish
Transferred use of the (Christian) Catalan surname Massip (also found as Macip), which is derived from Latin mancipium "youngster; servant; learner".
MATANAfHebrew
Means "gift" in Hebrew, also feminine form of Matan.
MATANELmHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the names Matan and El, also variant of Netanel.
MATARf & mHebrew, Arabic
Means "rain" in Hebrew and Arabic.
MATHIANmHebrew
means "gift of Yahweh"
MATHOUSALAmHebrew (Hellenized), Biblical Greek
Form of Methuselah used in the Greek Bible.
MATIfJewish, Hebrew, Yiddish, Judeo-Spanish
Pet form of Mathilde, Matilda or Matel, often used among chassidim or in Israel.
MATLAfYiddish
Found in documents from the early 1800s regarding contemporary Yiddish-speakers in Poland.
MATTATHIASmHebrew (Hellenized), History, Biblical Greek
Hellenized form of the Hebrew name Mattityahu (see Matthew). Some sources claim that this name is the original Greek form of Mattityahu and that names like Matthaios and Matthias are contracted forms of Mattathias.... [more]
MATYIKOmHebrew
The first part, Maty, being short for Matthew which means "Gift of Yahweh".... [more]
MAYf & mHebrew (Modern)
Popular name in Israel (mostly for girls), it is came from the name of the month of May (the fifth).... [more]
MAYAHfHebrew
means "Close to God"
MAYANf & mHebrew
Variant transcription of Maayan.
MAYIMfHebrew (Rare), Jewish (Rare)
From the Hebrew word מַיִם (máyim) meaning "water". In the case of Jewish-American actress Mayim Bialik (1975-), the name originated from a mispronunciation of the name Miriam (the name of her great-grandmother).
MAYLECHmYiddish
Yiddish short form of Elimelech.
MAYRONAfJudeo-Catalan (Archaic), Medieval Jewish
Catalan feminine diminutive of Meir.
MAZALf & mJewish, Hebrew, Judeo-Spanish
Original Hebrew form of Gluke.... [more]
MAZALITfHebrew
Strictly feminine form of Mazal.
MAZALTAfJewish, Judeo-Provençal (Rare), Judeo-Spanish
Most likely derived from the Hebrew expression mazal tov "good fortune".
MAZAL-TOBm & fHebrew
Possible variation of mazel-tov, meaning "good luck; congratulations."
MAZALTOVfJewish, Judeo-Spanish
Elaborated form of Mazal
MAZALTUFfJudeo-Arabic (Archaic), Medieval Jewish
From the Hebrew/Yiddish phrase mazel tov, meaning "good luck".
MAZELfYiddish
In Hebrew, the word is generally transliterated as mazal, and literally refers to a "star" or "planet in the night sky" or "zodiac constellation." It came to mean "lucky" in medieval times due to the widespread belief in astrology and that the planets and constellations can influence one's fate.
MAZLIACHmJewish
Possibly derived from the surname Mazliach.
MAZOLTUVfJewish, Tajik (?)
Bukhori (Judeo-Tajik) form of Mazaltov.
MEHUJAELmBiblical, Hebrew
Means "smitten by God" in Hebrew. In the Old Testament, Mehujael was the great-grandson of Cain.
MEILECHmYiddish, Jewish
Yiddish short form of Elimelech.
MEIRANm & fHebrew (Modern)
This name has some meanings: the first is "Happiness from God" (written: מירן), and the second is "joyful water" (written: מי-רן), from the Hebrew word mei (like in Meital), and the name Ran.
MEIRAVfJewish
This name is an alternative spelling of the English name Merab, with a modernized and none-contested meaning.... [more]
MEIRONmHebrew
Original Hebrew form of Miron (2).
MEITARf & mHebrew (Modern)
Means "strings, chords" in Hebrew.
MEITAVf & mHebrew
Variant of Meytav
MELCHEfMedieval Jewish, Yiddish (Archaic)
Possibly an archaic Yiddish form of Malka. It was recorded in medieval Frankfurt, Germany.
MELQUIADESmHebrew
meaning, "king of God"
MELZARmBiblical, Hebrew
Means "overseer" or "master of wine."... [more]
MENDYmJewish, Yiddish
Diminutive of Mendel.
MENUCHAfHebrew
Hebrew, meaning "peaceful, restful". The feminine form of Menachem.
MENUHAHm & fHebrew
Variant of Menuha.
MERLfYiddish
Diminutive of Miryam.
MERLEfMedieval Jewish, Yiddish (Archaic)
Recorded in 16th-century Frankfurt, Germany.
MESHIfHebrew
A modern Hebrew name meaning "silk".
MESHYfHebrew
Variant transcription of Meshi.
METHUSHAELmBiblical, Hebrew
Means "man of God" in Hebrew, derived from Hebrew math "man, mankind" and el "God". In the bible, this was the name of a descendant of Cain.
METUKAfHebrew
Means "sweet" in Hebrew.
MEVORACHmJewish, Judeo-Spanish
Hebrew for "the one who blesses". See Baruch.
MEYTARf & mHebrew
Variant of Meitar.
MEYTAVf & mHebrew (Rare)
Means "the best" in Hebrew.
MICHLAfYiddish
Likely the derived from Michal (2).
MIHALfHebrew
Rare variant of the name Michal (2).
MIKAfHebrew
Diminutive of Michal (2) and Michaela.
MIKIf & mHebrew
Diminutive of names like Michael, Michaela or Michal (2).
MILIfHebrew (Modern)
Means "who for me?" (combination of the word mi which means "who" and the name Li (2)) and came from the phrase "?אם אין אני לי, מי לי" which means "If I'm not for myself, who will be for me?"... [more]
MILIAHfHebrew
Miliah is a form of the Hebrew and Indian Malka.
MILKELEfYiddish
Diminutive of Milka.
MINAfYiddish
Allegedly derived from Old High German Minne "love" (see also Leeba and its variants).
MINDELfJewish, Yiddish
Diminutive of Mina.
MINDLAfYiddish
Presumably a Polish Yiddish form of Mindel, found in documents from the early 1800s regarding contemporary Yiddish-speakers in Poland.
MINDYfYiddish
Diminutive of Mindel.
MIRAfJudeo-Spanish, Judeo-Catalan
Judeo-Spanish short form of Mirian and Judeo-Catalan short form of Miriam. In some cases it might also be a direct adoption of Judeo-Spanish mira "myrrh" (compare Spanish mirra) or an adoption of the "the popular Catalan feminine Mira, meaning "notable"".
MIRELfYiddish
Diminutive of Miriam.
MIRIfYiddish
Diminutive of Miriam.
MIRIANfJudeo-Spanish
Judeo-Spanish variant of Miriam.
MIRITHfHebrew (Modern)
Hebrew modern form of Miriam, usually used as a diminutive. It can also has connection to the word "myrrh".
MIRKEfDutch (Rare), Yiddish
Diminutive form of Miriam. However, in some cases, the name is a Dutch feminization of the Slavic masculine name Mirko.
MIRLAfYiddish
Polish Yiddish name, presumably related to Mirele. Found in documents from the early 1800s regarding contemporary Yiddish-speakers in Poland.
MISHAELmBiblical, Hebrew
Means "who is like God". This is the name of two characters in the Bible.
MISHELf & mHebrew (Modern)
Popular name in Israel, it is came from the name Michel / Michelle
MITHREDATHmHebrew, Biblical
Meaning "given by Mithra," or "dedicated to Mithra," i.e., the sun, the Hebrew form of the Persian name Mithridates.
MORDECAIXmJudeo-Provençal (Archaic), Medieval Jewish
Medieval Judeo-Provençal variant of Mordechai.
MORDEKHAYmHebrew
Variant transcription of Mordechai.
MORDYmJewish
Nickname for Mordecai.
MORELf & mHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the names Mor and El means "myrrh from God" in Hebrew.
MORIm & fHebrew
Means "my teacher" in Hebrew, also diminutive of Mor, which means "myrrh".
MORIELm & fHebrew
Combination of the names Mori and El means "God is my teacher" in Hebrew.
MÖSCHELmMedieval Jewish, Yiddish (Archaic)
Variant of Moyshe, recorded in the 14th and 15th centuries.
MOSHmHebrew (Modern)
Short form of Moshiko which itself used as a diminutive of Moshe.
MOSHIKOmHebrew (Modern)
A diminutive or a modern version of Moshe.
MOSSÉmCatalan, Judeo-Catalan, Judeo-Provençal
Catalan and Provençal form of Moses.
MOSZEmPolish, Jewish
Polish form of Moses.
MOSZEKmJewish, Yiddish, Polish
Diminutive of Moshe.
MOTLmYiddish
Yiddish diminutive of Mordechai.
MOTYLmYiddish
Yiddish diminutive of Mordechai.
MOVCHAmRussian, Yiddish
Russian or Yiddish version of Moses. This was the birth name of the painter Marc Chagal.
MUSCATAfMedieval Italian, Judeo-Italian (Archaic)
From Latin muscata meaning "nutmeg".
MUSHKAfYiddish
Diminutive of Muskat. Mushka is commonly used in the Orthodox Jewish community as a feminine equivalent form for the name Moses.
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