BIBLICAL NAMES OF BOYS AND THEIR MEANING

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Combing through the entire Bible to find biblical boy names may be a daunting task. If you’re like some devout Christians, you read your favourite passages repeatedly, especially during trying times, but rarely read the entire book.

Our list of Bible names for boys includes less-used sacred names, as well as many of the favourites you’re likely familiar with. As you plan for the arrival of your baby, this list should be a timesaver for you.

Biblical Names for Boys and Meanings

If you’re looking for a holy or divine name for your baby boy, the Bible contains many options, some of which have held up well in the centuries since it was written.

19. Ebenezer

Ebenezer is a Hebrew name that means stone of help.

In the Bible, Ebenezer wasn’t a person — it was a stone that was given a name.

20. Elijah

A Hebrew name, Elijah means my God is Yahweh.

A Hebrew prophet, Elijah remains an often used name. It’s currently at the height of its popularity in the U.S., where it was the fifth most used boys’ name in 2019.

21. Emmanuel

Emmanuel is a Hebrew name that means God is with us.

Emmanuel is a name that shows up in the Book of Isaiah. It is seen as a sign that the House of David will enjoy protection from God. It’s also viewed as another name for God and is sometimes seen as Immanuel.

22. Ephron

A Hebrew name, Ephron means productive or fertile.

23. Esau

Esau, which means son of Isaac, is a Hebrew name.

In the Bible, Esau was a twin. He was born before his brother, Jacob, and Jacob arrived while holding onto Esau’s heel. Due to this, Esau and Jacob could make great names for twins.

24. Ethan

A Hebrew name, Ethan means strong and firm.

Ethan has spent much of the last 20 years in the top 10 most popular names in the U.S.

25. Ezekiel

Another Hebrew name, Ezekiel means God strengthens.

26. Ezra

A Hebrew name, Ezra means help.

The name Ezra has taken off in popularity in recent years. Around the turn of the century, it was ranked number 430 in boys’ names in the U.S. But since then, it has steadily gained ground, landing at number 49 in 2019.

 

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Author: Patriarch Gregg

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