Are you pregnant with a girl and looking for a Hebrew name? Here is our selection of female Hebrew first names, borrowed from history, often mentioned in the Torah, and with a particular meaning.
Are you looking for a hebrew name for your baby girl to be born ? You have the choice between a first name borne by a character from the Torah, such as one of the matriarchs, or a rather rare, or modern, Hebrew feminine first name, even old... But it is advisable to know the history of these characters as well as the meaning of these first names before making your choice. here is our selection of the most beautiful female Hebrew names to give to a little girl.
Hebrew names for girls often refer to characters quoted in the book of Genesis. This is particularly the case of the four matriarchs, who marked the history of the Jewish people, such as Sarah, Rachel, Rivka (Rebbeca) and Léa . The latter are the wives of the biblical patriarchs. Indeed, Sarah was the wife of Abraham and the mother of Isaac, Rivka or Rebecca, the wife of Isaac and mother of Jacob and Rahel and Léa are the wives of Yaakov. Among the other characters of the Torah, there are also Sarah, Ruth, Dinah, Esther, or even Avigail who is the wife of King David. myriam which in the Bible is the sister of Moses is also a traditional Hebrew name very worn by little girls, just like Yoheved, who is the mother of Moses, Aaron and therefore of Miriam.
Are you looking for a Hebrew name for girl, both rare and original ? Opt for an unusual first name, still little worn, We can notably mention the name Yika who is Abraham's niece in the Bible, Tziviya which refers to the gazelle or the deer, Vered, which means 'rose' in Aramaic, Tziona which means 'excellent' or Tsipora who was the wife of Moses. This first name is particularly appreciated for its numerical value which is identical to that of the word Chalom, which means peace. The name Elisheva is also a beautiful, rather rare Hebrew female name, which means 'God is my oath'.
Here are the 30 most popular first names of Hebrew origin in France last year:
The female Hebrew names often given in Israel are also, for the most part, very original and modern. This is particularly the case of name Yehudit which means praise. Here are some fairly common Hebrew names in Israel: Talia or Tal (the dew of God), Orna, Orli, Nourit (flower name), Nema, Naama (which means pleasant), Michael, or Merav (the daughter of King Saul). First name Osnat (ou Asnat) appears in the Bible as the wife of Joseph and the mother of Ephraim and Menache. We can also mention the Hebrew names for girls: Cool (Ray of light), Haviva, Hagit, Hava, Odalia ou Hodaya, Golda, Efrat, Dalia, Batia, Batchéva, Avital, Avigail ou Abigaelle.
Some female Hebrew names are valued by parents for their meaning. So many meanings that influence the choice and originality of female Hebrew names.
|Hebrew girl names||Signification|
|Chirel||Comes from the Hebrew 'Chir' which means song|
|Liora||Comes from the Hebrew 'Or' which means light|
|Arielle, Arielle||lioness of god|
|Avigaïl, Avigaëlle, Abigaëlle||father's joy|
|take her||The moon|
|Saraï, Sarah||My princess|
|A slight one||To the sheep|
Some modern first names are also common, such as the first name Yaël or Yaëlle, the first name Sharon, Naomi, Noa, Liora, Lévana, Illana, Sarah, Lyrone, Judith, Emma, Eve, Eva, Anaëlle, Ivana, Jessica, Tamara, Johanna, Anna , Deborah or even Yona and Manuella.
You are looking for a Hebrew name for girls starting with the letter E, M or a Hebrew name for girls in S? Here is a small list according to a few letters of the alphabet to inspire you for the choice of the Hebrew (feminine) baby name:
Among the Hebrew names for girls beginning with the first letter of the alphabet are the names:
Here is a selection of the most beautiful Hebrew names for girls starting with the letter C:
Why not choose the first name Sephora, Sarah, Sharon, Shayna, Shifra, Salome, Simha ?Source journaldesfemmes.fr