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Many Hebrew names have slight variations, and other less common names do not appear on this list at all. Aharon Aharon was the first High Priest, and Moses' brother.Aharon was known for "loving peace and pursuing peace." Aharon means "mountain" or "shining." (variation: Aaron) Abba Abba means "father." This name first gained popularity in the Talmudic era.Avner Avner means "my father is light." Avner appears in the Bible as King Saul's uncle and army commander (1-Samuel ).(variations: Abner, Aviner) Azriel Azriel is the name of an angel, meaning "helper of God." The name Azriel also appears in the Bible as the father of a leader of the tribe of Naftali (1-Chronicles ), and also in Jeremiah .The Talmud relates that upon meeting the High Priest of the Temple in Jerusalem, Alexander dismounted and bowed to him.(Alexander rarely, if ever, bowed to anyone.) Alexander explained that he had seen the High Priest in a dream, which he interpreted as a good omen.
(variation: Hanan) Chananya Chananya means "God bestows charm." The name Chananya appears in the Bible as one of the prophets (Jeremiah 28:1).
Barak Barak means "lightning." Barak appears in the Bible as the husband of the great prophetess Devorah. 4) Baruch Baruch means "blessed." The name Baruch appears in the Bible as assistant to the prophet Jeremiah. 32) Betzalel Betzalel means "shadow of God." Betzalel appears in the Bible as the builder of the Tabernacle, the portable sanctuary which accompanied the Jewish people during their 40 years of wandering in the desert. Benyamin Benyamin means "son of my right hand," connoting strength.
Benyamin is one of the 12 tribes of Israel, the youngest of Jacob's sons (Genesis ).
(variation: Hagai) Chaim Chaim means "life." The name first appears in Jewish writings during the 12th century as one of the Tosafot commentators on the Talmud.
Tradition says that the Messiah will be named Chaim.