Theology Submitted Names

These names are used to refer to (Judeo-Christian-Islamic) deities. They are not bestowed upon real people.
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Bodhisattva m & f Theology
Sanskrit, "enlightened" (bodhi) "being" (sattva)
Cana f Theology
Name is dervived from the city of Cana as mentioned in the Bible ,John 2:1-11 relating the story of Jesus's first miracle.
Eloah אלוהּ m & f Theology, Portuguese (Brazilian)
A variant of Elah or a singular form of Elohim, typically occurring only in poetry and prose. This unusual singular form of Elohim is used in six places for heathen deities (cf... [more]
Elohim אלהים m Theology
The Hebrew plural form of "god." As a name, it still retains a singular meaning. It is used in place of YHWH when referring to God.
Ġesù m Theology
Maltese form of Jesus.
Gesù m Biblical Italian, Italian, Theology (Italianized)
Italian and Sicilian form of Jesus.
Gesùs m Theology
Sardinian form of Jesus.
Iechova Ιεχωβά m Theology (Hellenized)
Modern Greek form of Jehovah.
Iehova m Theology
Georgian, Latin and Romanian form of Jehovah.
Ieso m Theology
Georgian form of Jesus.
Iesu m Theology
Samoan and Welsh form of Jesus.
Iesū m Theology
Hawaiian form of Jesus.
Iisus m Theology
Bulgarian and Russian form of Jesus and Joshua via Ιησούς (Iisous), which is the modern Greek form of Iesous.
Íosa m Theology, Biblical Irish
Irish form of Jesus (via Latin Iesus).
Isus m Theology
Form of Jesus in various languages, usually via Iesous or its modern Greek form Iisous.... [more]
Iyasus m Ethiopian, Theology
Form of Jesus used in Ethiopia.
Jahve m Theology
Form of Yahweh in various languages.
Jahvė m Theology
Lithuanian form of Yahweh.
Jahwe m Theology
German and Polish form of Yahweh.
Jeesus m Biblical Finnish, Theology
Estonian and Finnish form of Jesus.
Jehoova m Theology
Estonian form of Jehovah.
Jehóva m Theology
Icelandic form of Jehovah.
Jehova m Theology
Form of Jehovah in various languages.
Jèsus m Theology
Occitan form of Jesus.
Ježíš m Theology
Czech form of Jesus.
Ježiš m Theology
Slovak form of Jesus.
Jézus m Theology
Hungarian form of Jesus.
Jėzus m Theology
Lithuanian form of Jesus.
Jēzus m Theology
Latvian form of Jesus. This name is not generally used as a given name.
Jezus m Biblical Dutch, Biblical Polish, Theology
Dutch, Polish and Slovene form of Jesus.
Jophiel m Hebrew (Hellenized), Judeo-Christian Legend, Theology
Derived from Hebrew yofiel, which apparently means "beauty of God" in Hebrew. According to Christian lore, Jophiel was the angel who drove Adam and Eve out of the Garden of Eden.
Saatan m Theology
Estonian form of Satan.
Saatana m Theology
Finnish form of Satan.
Sátán m Theology
Hungarian form of Satan.
Satana m Theology
Form of Satan in various languages.
Satanás m Biblical Spanish, Biblical Portuguese, Theology
Spanish and Portuguese form of Satan.
Satanàs m Theology
Catalan form of Satan.
Satanas Σατανᾶς m Biblical Greek, Biblical Latin, Theology
Greek and Latin form of Satan.
Sātans m Theology
Latvian form of Satan.
Šėtonas m Theology
Lithuanian form of Satan.
Sotona m Theology
Croatian form of Satan.
Szatan m Theology
Polish form of Satan.
Yahve m Theology
Azerbaijani and Ukrainian form of Yahweh.
Yakhve m Theology
Bulgarian and Russian form of Yahweh.
Yashue يشوع m Theology (Arabized)
Form of Yeshua used by Arabic-speaking Jews. Arabic-speaking Christians instead use يسوع (Yasu') to refer to Jesus Christ, while Muslims use عيسى ('Isa), the form in the Quran.
Yehova m Theology
Form of Jehovah in various languages.