Greek Meaning: The name Jace is a Greek baby name. In Greek the meaning of the name Jace is: a healing.
The meaning of the name “Jacie” is: “Variation of Jace”. Additional information: It is commonly written by the initials J and C. Categories: American Names, Cute Names, Nicknames or Pet Names, Unisex Names. Used in: English speaking countries. Gender: Both, Boy Names, Girl Names.
The meaning of the name “Ivrit” is: “The Hebrew Language”. Categories: Hebrew Names, Jewish Names. Used in: Hebrew speaking countries. Gender: Boy Names. Origins: Hebrew.
Meaning: The hebrew language
A variation of the Hebrew name Joseph., Origin: Portuguese
Asaf Name meaning in Urdu is اکٹھے ہونا ۔، جمع ہونا, a Muslim Arabic Boy name with lucky number is 9 and Asaf Name meaning in English is In hebrew meaning is : Gathers.
In Hebrew Meaning Is Gathers, Origin: Hindi
Hebrew Meaning: The name Shimshon is a Hebrew baby name. In Hebrew the meaning of the name Shimshon is: Bright sun.
Meaning: Derived from the Hebrew shimsh?n the sun
Derived from hebrew jordan down flowing, Origin: English
- Yitzhak - YIT-sahk
Origin of the name Isaac: The Ecclesiastic Greek form of the Hebrew Yitzchak (he will laugh), which is derived from yitshāq (laughter). The name is borne in the Bible by one of the three patriarchs, the son of Abraham and Sarah and progenitor of the Hebrews. Var: Isaak.
Meaning: The Ecclesiastic Greek form of the Hebrew
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In Hebrew Origin, A Fertile Plain, Origin: Arabic
From earlier mazana, from Vulgar Latin (Iberian dialect) mattiana, shortened from Latin mala matiana, a kind of apple, literally apples of Matius. Matius, a friend of Caesar, was a Roman horticulturalist and author of cookbooks. Cognate with Portuguese maçã.
An invented name from the hebrew word for amazing, Origin: Arabic