The Bible is a great source for baby names, and there are lots of biblical figures to choose from. If you want to choose an unusual name for your little boy or girl, you could consider one of these 10 Hebrew baby names
from those famous biblical characters.
David: Means "beloved, friend." In the Bible, David was the second king of Israel, he was a warrior who was beloved by God and the people.
Miriam: Means "rising water." In the Bible, Miriam was the sister of Moses and Aaron, and led the Israelite women in dance after crossing the Sea of Reeds.
Noa: Means "movement." In the Bible, Noa was one of the five daughters of Zelophehad.
Reuven: Means "behold, a son." In the Bible, Reuven was the oldest son of Jacob, and is one of the tribes of Israel.
Samuel: Means "God has heard." In the Bible, Samuel was the prophet anointed the first two kings of Israel. Samuel is often shortened to Sam or Sammy.
Simon: Means "to hear." In the Bible, Simon was a son of Jacob, and is one of the 12 tribes of Israel.
Tirzah: Means "pleasing." In the Bible, Tirzah was also one of the daughters of Zelophehad who inherited their father’s portion of land.
Tzefaniah: Means "God is hidden." In the Bible, Tzefaniah was one of the 12 minor prophets.
Zevulun: Means "to honor, exalt." In the Bible, Zevulun was one of Jacob’s sons, and was one of the 12 tribes of Israel.
Zipporah: Means "bird." In the Bible, Zipporah was Moses’ wife who courageously circumcised her own son.
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