David, Raphael, Samuel, Nathan, Adam and Noah are some of the trendiest Hebrew baby boy names. Discover both modern, short and rare Hebrew male names and their meanings.
Most of hebrew names for boys refer to characters mentioned in the Bible, such as the patriarchs who represent the founding fathers of the Jewish people: Abraham, Isaac et Yaacov. If these first names seem old, know that the male hebrew names are also very modern and trendy. Indeed, the first names Gabriel, Raphaël or Noah are often found in the top names of the year! If you are looking for a hebrew name for boy , pick from our selection of the most beautiful male first names borrowed from history and with a particular meaning.
Want a Hebrew name that is not yet worn by many little boys? To stand out and add a touch of originality without leaving aside the meaning of the first name or the story of the biblical character who wore it, here is a small list that could inspire you. here are some rather rare and original male Hebrew name ideas : Alon (the grandson of Jacob), Amram (the father of Moses), Acher (son of Jacob), Avi, which is the diminutive of the first name Avraham (more modern), Avner (the uncle of King Saul) , Avigdor (one of the first names of Moses), Azriel (the name of an angel).
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If you are looking for a short and Hebrew first name, why not opt for the first name Ben, Dov, Gad, Lévi, Eli, Avi or even Noah ?
Among the Hebrew first names containing only 4 letters are the first names Ezra, Noah, Aron, Eden, Arie, Saul, Joel .
Numerous male Hebrew names are also very trendy and quite common , like first names Noah, Aaron Adam, Gabriel, Raphaël or even Nathan . Moreover, these are first names that we find each year among the top trending first names , THE biblical names or Hebrew being particularly appreciated by young parents. We can also mention the first names Ariel or Arié, David (second king of Israel), Mickaël, Rubben, Noâm, Zakarie, Benjamin, Ezra, Joshua, Samy, Joachim, Jonathan, Ivan, Yohan...
Most Hebrew names have a specific meaning and translate to an adjective or phrase in Hebrew. Here are a few :
|First names||Meaning in Hebrew|
|Azriel||God's help. It is also the name of an angel|
|Emmanuel||God is with us|
|Gabriel||god is my strength|
|Ovadia||Servant of God|
Which Hebrew baby names begin with the letters A, E, I, M or S... Here are the lists of first names according to the alphabet, among the most searched letters: