Popular Hebrew names for girls and boys

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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Aarao Hebrew Variant of Aaron: Lofty; exalted; high mountain. Biblically, Aaron was Moses' older brother (and keeper by God's command). He was first high priest of the Israelites, remembered for the miraculous blossoming of his staff or rod. M
2 Aaron Hebrew Lofty; exalted; high mountain. Biblically, Aaron was Moses' older brother (and keeper by God's command). He was first high priest of the Israelites, remembered for the miraculous blossoming of his staff or rod. M

3 Abaigeal Hebrew Gives joy. F
4 Abarrane Hebrew Feminine form of Abraham. Father of many. F
5 Abarron Hebrew Father of a multitude. M
6 Abba Hebrew Father. M
7 Abbey Hebrew Diminutive of Abigail: Father rejoiced, or father's joy. Gives joy. The intelligent, beautiful Abigail was Old Testament King David's third wife, described as 'good in discretion and beautiful in form. F
8 Abbie Hebrew Diminutive of Abigail: Father rejoiced, or father's joy. Gives joy. The intelligent, beautiful Abigail was Old Testament King David's third wife, described as 'good in discretion and beautiful in form. F
9 Abbot Hebrew Father. M
10 Abbotson Hebrew Son of Abbot. M
11 Abbott Hebrew Father. M
12 Abby Hebrew Diminutive of Abigail: Father rejoiced, or father's joy. Gives joy. The intelligent, beautiful Abigail was Old Testament King David's third wife, described as 'good in discretion and beautiful in form. F
13 Abe Hebrew Diminutive of Abraham: Father of a multitude. In Genesis the Old Testament patriarch Abram's name was changed to Abraham when it was revealed he would be father of the Hebrew nation. Further popularized by 19th century US president Abraham Lincoln. M

14 Abegayle Hebrew Gives joy. F
15 Abel Hebrew Breath; son; breathing spirit. In the Old Testament, Abel was the son of Adam and Eve who was killed by his brother Cain in a fit of jealousy. M
16 Abell Hebrew Exhalation of breath. The second son of Adam in the bible. The variant Able is used as an English surname. M
17 Abhy Hebrew Gives joy. F
18 Abia Hebrew Variant of Aviah: My father is Lord. M
19 Abiah Hebrew Variant of Aviah: My father is Lord. M
20 Abichail Hebrew Gives joy. F
21 Abiel Hebrew God is my father. M
22 Abigail Hebrew Father rejoiced, or father's joy. Gives joy. The intelligent, beautiful Abigail was Old Testament King David's third wife, described as 'good in discretion and beautiful in form.' In the 1916 play The Scornful Lady, Abigail was a lady's maid. F
23 Abijah Hebrew The Lord is my father. M
24 Abimelech Hebrew Father is king. M
25 Abir Hebrew Strong. M
26 Abiram Hebrew Variant of Aviram: My father is strong; father of heights. M
27 Abisha Hebrew The Lord is my father. M
28 Abishai Hebrew Variant of Avishai: Gift from God. M
29 Abital Hebrew Variant of Avital: Father of the dew. M
30 Able Hebrew Exhalation of breath. The second son of Adam in the bible. The variant Able is used as an English surname. M
31 Abner Hebrew Father is light, or father of light. The Old Testament Abner was Saul's cousin and army commander, a clever strategist. Abner became fashionable after the Reformation. 'Li'l Abner', was the hero of a comic strip by cartoonist Al Capp.. M
32 Abra Hebrew Mother of many. F
33 Abraham Hebrew Father of a multitude. In Genesis the Old Testament patriarch Abram's name was changed to Abraham when it was revealed he would be father of the Hebrew nation. The name Abraham was further popularized by 19th century US president Abraham Lincoln. M
34 Abrahamo Hebrew Variant of Abraham: Father of many. M
35 Abrahan Hebrew Variant of Abraham: Father of many. M
36 Abram Hebrew High father. Exalted father. In Genesis 17 the Old Testament patriarch Abram's name was changed to Abraham when it was revealed he would be father of the Hebrew nation. M
37 Abramo Hebrew Father of a multitude. M
38 Abran Hebrew Variant of Abraham: Father of many. M
39 Abrao Hebrew Variant of Abraham: Father of many. M
40 Absalom Hebrew Father of peace. In the bible Absalom son of King David was renowned for handsome appearance and ability to win loyalty and allegiance. M
41 Absalon Hebrew Variant of Absalom: Father of peace; handsome prince. M
42 Acharon Hebrew Last. M
43 Achav Hebrew Uncle. M
44 Achazia Hebrew Variant of Achazya: God has taken. M
45 Achaziah Hebrew Variant of Achazya: God has taken. M
46 Achazya Hebrew God has taken. M
47 Achazyahu Hebrew Variant of Achazya: God has taken. M
48 Achban Hebrew Brother of a smart man. M
49 Acher Hebrew Other. M
50 Achida Hebrew Smart brother. M
51 Achimelech Hebrew The king is my brother. M
52 Achisar Hebrew The prince is my brother. M
53 Achishar Hebrew My brother is a song. M
54 Achiya Hebrew God is my brother. M
55 Achiyahu Hebrew Variant of Achiya: God is my brother. M
56 Ada Hebrew Ornament. F
57 Adael Hebrew God's ornament. M
58 Adah Hebrew Beautiful. Ornament. The Old Testament wives of Lamech and Esau were named Adah. Used occasionally in English-speaking countries since the 16th century. F
59 Adaia Hebrew Variant of Adaiah: Witness of God. M
60 Adaiah Hebrew Witness of God. M
61 Adam Hebrew Red, a reference to either the red skin or the red earth of Eden from which the Old Testament Adam was created in Genesis 2. Famous bearer: 7th century Irish St Adamnan, meaning 'little adam', was the biographer of St Columba. M
62 Adamec Hebrew Variant of Adam: Man of the red earth. Adam was the first man created by God. M
63 Adamek Hebrew Variant of Adam: Man of the red earth. Adam was the first man created by God. M
64 Adamh Hebrew Variant of Adam: Man of the red earth. Adam was the first man created by God. M
65 Adamik Hebrew Variant of Adam: Man of the red earth. Adam was the first man created by God. M
66 Adamina Hebrew Feminine of Adam, meaning red, a reference to either the red skin or the red earth from which the Old Testament Adam was created (Genesis 2:7). F
67 Adamka Hebrew Variant of Adam: Man of the red earth. Adam was the first man created by God. M
68 Adamko Hebrew Variant of Adam: Man of the red earth. Adam was the first man created by God. M
69 Adamnan Hebrew Little Adam, from Adam meaning red, a reference to either the red skin or the red earth from which the Old Testament Adam was created (Genesis 2:7). St Adamnan was a 7th century Irish saint and biographer of St Columba:. M
70 Adams Hebrew Variant of Adam: Man of the red earth. Adam was the first man created by God. M
71 Adamson Hebrew Son of Adam: Man of the red earth. M
72 Adamsson Hebrew Son of Adam: Man of the red earth. M
73 Adan Hebrew Son of Adam: Man of the red earth. M
74 Adao Hebrew Son of Adam: Man of the red earth. M
75 Adar Hebrew Fire. F
76 Adar Hebrew Noble. M
77 Adara Hebrew Fire. F
78 Adaya Hebrew Variant of Adaiah: Witness of God. M
79 Addam Hebrew Variant of Adam 'From the red earth.'. M
80 Addams Hebrew Son of Adam: Man of the red earth. M
81 Addamson Hebrew Son of Adam: Man of the red earth. M
82 Addie Hebrew Son of Adam: Man of the red earth. M
83 Addis Hebrew Son of Adam: Man of the red earth. M
84 Addy Hebrew Son of Adam: Man of the red earth. M
85 Aden Hebrew Variant of Adin: Attractive; handsome; pleasure given. Adin was a biblical exile who returned to Israel from Babylon. M
86 Adena Hebrew Tender. F
87 Adene Hebrew Tender. F
88 Aderet Hebrew Crown. M
89 Adhamh Hebrew Son of Adam: Man of the red earth. M
90 Adiel Hebrew Variant of Adael: God's ornament. M
91 Adin Hebrew Attractive; handsome; pleasure given. Adin was a biblical exile who returned to Israel from Babylon. M
92 Adina Hebrew Slender. F
93 Adinah Hebrew Slender. F
94 Adinam Hebrew Tender. F
95 Adine Hebrew Tender. F
96 Adir Hebrew Noble. M
97 Adiv Hebrew Gentle; delicate. M
98 Adlai Hebrew Justice of God; my ornament. An Old Testament name, now generally associated with 20th-century American statesman Adlai Stevenson. M
99 Adley Hebrew Judicious. M
100 Admina Hebrew Of the red earth. F
101 Admon Hebrew Red peony. M
102 Adnet Hebrew Son of Adam: Man of the red earth. M
103 Adniel Hebrew Of God's flock. M
104 Adnot Hebrew Son of Adam: Man of the red earth. M
105 Adon Hebrew Lord. M
106 Adonia Hebrew Variant of Adoniah: The Lord is my God. M
107 Adoniah Hebrew The Lord is my God. M
108 Adonijah Hebrew Variant of Adoniah: The Lord is my God. M
109 Adoniya Hebrew Variant of Adoniah: The Lord is my God. M
110 Adoniyah Hebrew Variant of Adoniah: The Lord is my God. M
111 Adriel Hebrew God's flock; from God's congregation. M
112 Adriyel Hebrew Of God's flock. M
113 Afra Hebrew Doe. F
114 Ager Hebrew Gathers. M
115 Ahab Hebrew Variant of Achav: Uncle. M
116 Aharon Hebrew Variant of Aaron: Lofty; exalted; high mountain. Biblically, Aaron was Moses' older brother (and keeper by God's command). He was first high priest of the Israelites, remembered for the miraculous blossoming of his staff or rod. M
117 Ahava Hebrew Dearly loved. F
118 Ahave Hebrew Dearly loved. F
119 Ahaziah Hebrew Variant of Achazya: God has taken. M
120 Ahaziahu Hebrew Variant of Achazya: God has taken. M
121 Ahelia Hebrew Breath. F
122 Ahelie Hebrew Breath. F
123 Ahia Hebrew Variant of Achiya: God is my brother. M
124 Ahiah Hebrew Variant of Achiya: God is my brother. M
125 Ahimelech Hebrew Variant of Achimelech: The king is my brother. M
126 Ahishar Hebrew Variant of Achishar: My brother is a song. M
127 Ahsalom Hebrew Father of peace. M
128 Ahuda Hebrew Dearly loved. F
129 Ahuva Hebrew Dearly loved. F
130 Ailat Hebrew Behind. F
131 Ailsa Hebrew Devoted to God. F
132 Ailsie Hebrew Devoted to God. F
133 Aitan Hebrew Strong. M
134 Aiya Hebrew Bird. F
135 Akavya Hebrew Variant of Akiva: Heel; replaces. M
136 Akiba Hebrew Variant of Akiva: Heel; replaces. M
137 Akibe Hebrew Protected. F
138 Akiha Hebrew Protected. F
139 Akim Hebrew God will establish. M
140 Akins Hebrew Variant of Akiva: Heel; replaces. M
141 Akiva Hebrew Protected. F
142 Akiva Hebrew Heel; replaces. M
143 Aksel Hebrew Father of peace. M
144 Akub Hebrew Replaces. M
145 Aleeza Hebrew Joy. Joyful. F
146 Aleezah Hebrew Joyous. F
147 Alitz Hebrew Happy. M
148 Alitza Hebrew Joyous. F
149 Aliz Hebrew Variant of Alitz: Happy. M
150 Aliza Hebrew Joy. Joyful. F
151 Alizah Hebrew Joy. Joyful. F
152 Allon Hebrew Oak. M
153 Allona Hebrew Strong as an oak. F
154 Allonia Hebrew Strong as an oak. F
155 Alon Hebrew Oak. M
156 Alona Hebrew Strong as an oak. F
157 Alter Hebrew Old. M
158 Aluma Hebrew Girl. F
159 Alumit Hebrew Girl. F
160 Alva Hebrew Sublime. F
161 Alva Hebrew Brightness, exalted, exalted one. The form Alvah is used in the Old Testament. Famous bearer: prolific American inventor Thomas Alva Edison developed the electric light bulb. M
162 Alvah Hebrew Exalted one; Sublime. Alvah was a biblical place and tribal name. M
163 Alvan Hebrew Sublime. Alvah was a biblical place and tribal name. M
164 Alverna Hebrew Feminine of Alvin meaning wise friend. F
165 Alvina Hebrew Feminine of Alvin meaning wise friend. F
166 Amariah Hebrew Given by God. F
167 Amaris Hebrew Given by God. F
168 Amarisa Hebrew Given by God. F
169 Amarise Hebrew Given by God. F
170 Amarissa Hebrew Given by God. F
171 Amasa Hebrew Hardship; burden. M
172 Amasai Hebrew Variant of Amasa: Hardship; burden. M
173 Amasia Hebrew Variant of Amasa: Hardship; burden. M
174 Amasiah Hebrew Variant of Amasa: Hardship; burden. M
175 Amasya Hebrew Variant of Amasa: Hardship; burden. M
176 Amichai Hebrew My parents are alive. M
177 Amiel Hebrew Variant of Ammiel: The people of God. M
178 Amikam Hebrew Rising nation. M
179 Aminon Hebrew Variant of Amnon: Loyal; faithful. M
180 Amir Hebrew Powerful; proclaimed. M
181 Amira Hebrew Princess; one who speaks. F
182 Amiram Hebrew Of lofty people. M
183 Amita Hebrew Truth. M
184 Amiti Hebrew Truth. M
185 Ammi Hebrew My people. M
186 Ammiel Hebrew The people of God. M
187 Ammitai Hebrew Truth. M
188 Ammon Hebrew Variant of Amon: Secret; faithful; roaring stream. M
189 Amnon Hebrew Loyal; faithful. M
190 Amon Hebrew Secret; faithful; roaring stream. M
191 Amos Hebrew Strong; carried; brave. Amos was an 8th century B.C. Old Testament prophet. M
192 Amotz Hebrew Variant of Amos: Strong; carried; brave. Amos was an 8th century B.C. Old Testament prophet. M
193 Amoz Hebrew Variant of Amos: Strong; carried; brave. Amos was an 8th century B.C. Old Testament prophet. M
194 Amram Hebrew Rising nation. M
195 Ana Hebrew Grace. F
196 Anaia Hebrew Variant of Anaiah: Answer of God; God answers. M
197 Anaiah Hebrew Answer of God; God answers. M
198 Anais Hebrew Grace. F
199 Analise Hebrew Grace or devoted to God. F
200 Anamari Hebrew Grace or bitter. F