What's in a Name?

Here's a set of Biblical names for you.  Most originate from Hebrew.

Remember, if you have any requests regarding names with certain meanings, or "genres" (Fantasy, Victorian, Scandinavian, etc.), don't hesitate to comment!

Gender:  Masculine
Usage:  Biblical
Pronunciation:  teh-KO-ah (possibly)

Meaning & History
Means "stockade" in Hebrew.  This was a the name of both a city and a son of Ashhur in the Old Testament.  (1 Chronicles 2:24; 4:5; 2 Chronicles 11:6)

Gender:  Feminine
Usage:  Hebrew
Pronunciation:  noi-YAH, NOI-yah (possibly)

Meaning & History
Means "divine beauty" in Hebrew.

Gender:  Masculine
Usage:  Hebrew
Pronunciation:  ah-REN (possibly)

Meaning & History
Means "pine tree" in Hebrew.

Gender:  Feminine
Usage:  Hebrew, Biblical
Pronunciation:  AT-a-rah (English)

Meaning & History
Means "crown" in Hebrew.  In the Old Testament, this was the given name of the wife of Jerahmeel. (1 Chronicles 2:26)

Names & meanings via behindthename.com.
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  1. Oooh, I love the first girls picture! Her freckles are so pretty!
    Love your name posts, Sarah!

  2. Love the Hebrew names. :) I really like the sound of them and they often have such great meanings. Perfect for a fantasy. ;)


To each is given a bag of tools,
A shapeless mass, and a book of rules,
And each must make, ere life is flown,
A stumbling block or a stepping stone.