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Click below for examples of Hebrew names old and new, their origins (when available), their meaning, and their gender. Names are organized alphabetically based on their Hebrew pronunciations, so "Chaim" would appeal under "C" rather than Haim under the letter "H."
 

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Names Origin and Meaning Gender
Eden
Heb:
עֵדֶן
Origin: Modern
Meaning: Pleasure, delight, gentleness.
Edna
Heb:
עֶדְנָה
Origin: Modern
Meaning: Pleasure, delight, gentleness.
Efrat
Heb:
אפרת

Origin: Biblical
Efrat is a name of a city outside Jerusalem.
In modern times Efrat is a name given to girls.
Variations and Nick Names: Effi

Ehud
Heb:
אֵהוּד
Origin: Biblical
Ehud Ben-Gera was one of the judges of Israel. Ehud Olmert is Israel's Prime Minister
Variations and Nick Names: Udi
Einat
Heb:
עֵינַת
Origin: Modern
Meaning:
The name is derived of the word עַיִן ayin, which means "eye" or "spring".
Eldad
Heb:
אֶלְדָּד
Origin: Biblical
A prophet during the Israelites days of wandering in the desert.
Variations and Nick Names: Dadi
Elad
Heb:
אֶלְעָד
Origin: Biblical
The son of Ephraim, son of Joseph.
Meaning:
 God for ever.
Eli
Heb:
אֵלִי
Origin: Modern
Meaning:
My God
Eliezer
Heb:
אֵלִיעֶזֶר
Origin: Biblical
One of the sons of Moses
Variations and Nick Names: Eli, Ayzer, Luzer
Elisha
Heb:
אֱלִישַׁע
Origin: Biblical
Elisha the prophet was the son of Shaphat of Abel-mecholah, an attendant and disciple of Elijah
Eliyahu
Heb:
אֵלִיָּהוּ
Origin: Biblical
The name is composed of אלי “my God,” and the letters יהו' , the name of God.
Name of the famous prophet, Elijah
Variations and Nick Names: Elijah, Eli
Elisheva
Heb:
אֱלִישֶׁבַע
Origin: Biblical
The name is composed of אלי “my God” and שבע, “seven” – a number that expresses the notion of “many”. שבע also relates to the verb “to take an oath” Variations and Nick Names: Ellie, Shevi
Emunah
Heb:
אֶמונה
Origin: Modern
Meaning:
 Faith
Variations and Nick Names:
 Emmy
Ephraim
Heb:
אֶפְרַיִם
Origin: Biblical
Son of Joseph, brother to Menashe, counted among the tribes of Israel
Variations and Nick Names: Effie
Erez
Heb:
אֶרֶז
Origin: Modern
Meaning:
Cedar Tree, grow in the hills of Lebanon, Cedar wood used to build the temple in Jerusalem.
Esther
Heb:
אֶסְתֵּר
Origin: Biblical
Queen Esther is Purim's main character. The Megilat Esther is read in synagogues on Purim.
Variations and Nick Names: Esti, Esterke
Eitan
Heb:
אֵיתָן
Origin: Modern
Meaning:
Strong, mighty, steadfast
Eyal
Heb:
אֱיָל
Origin: Modern
Meaning: Strength


 

More about Baby Girl Naming:
Naming Ceremony: Ashkenazic Tradition
Naming Ceremony: Sefardic Tradition, Zeved Habat
Jewish Baby Names from A to Z

 

 

 




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