Its biblical name, Origin: Hindi
From Greek, meaning "delicate" or "dainty". A Christian named Tryphena is found in the New Testament, where she is greeted by St. Paul in Romans 16:12 as "a woman who labors in the Lord".
Meaning: Biblical name
Richard Nelson Frye suggested Urartian origin for the name while T. Burrow connected the origin of the name Urmia to Indo-Iranian urmi- "wave" and urmya- "undulating, wavy", which is due to the local Assyrian folk etymology for the name which related "Mia" to Syriac meaning "water."
A Biblical Prophet, Origin: Arabic
Jehovah has seen. A Biblical name., Origin: Hebrew
Biblical priest, Origin: Hawaiian
Hebrew Meaning: The name Jader is a Hebrew baby name. In Hebrew the meaning of the name Jader is: Jehovah has heard. A Biblical name.
Jehovah has heard. A Biblical name., Origin: Hebrew
The name Joed is a Biblical baby name. In Biblical the meaning of the name Joed is: Witnessing, robbing, passing over.
Jehovah is witness. A Biblical name., Origin: Hebrew
This interesting surname may be either of early medieval English or of medieval Welsh origin. If the former, Bethell derives from a diminutive of Beth, itself a short form of the female personal name "Elizabeth", from a Hebrew name meaning "God has sworn".
House of God, from a biblical place name., Origin: Hebrew
Zakarya ((Persian زكريا)) Related names. Zechariah, Zachary. Zakariya (also transliterated as Zakaria or Zekeriya, Arabic: زَكَرِيَّاء, or Arabic: زَكَرِيَّا) is a masculine given name, the Arabic form of Zechariah which is of Hebrew origin, meaning "God has remembered".
Zechariah, Biblical Prophet's Name, Origin: Arabic
Hebrew Meaning: The name Jamian is a Hebrew baby name. In Hebrew the meaning of the name Jamian is: Right hand of favor. A Biblical name.
Right hand of favor. A Biblical name., Origin: Hebrew