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(variations: Abigail, Avigayil) Avishag Avishag means "father's joy." Avishag appears in the Bible as attending to King David in his old age (1-Kings 1:3).
Avital Avital appears in the Bible as King David's wife (2-Samuel 3:4).
(variant spelling: Ester) Faige Faige means "bird" in Yiddish, and also is related to the Yiddish word for the fruit "fig." (variations: Faigy, Faigel, Faiga) Freida Freida means "joy" in Yiddish.
(variations: Freda, Freeda, Freyde, Freydel) Fruma Fruma means "pious" in Yiddish.
Anat Anat means "to sing." Anat appears in the Bible in the book of Judges .
Keila Keila is a Yiddish name derived from the Hebrew word "Keli," which means "vessel." A talented person is often referred to as "Keli" – a complete vessel, capable of performing great things.
Gavriella Gavriella means "God is my strength." (variation: Gabriella) Geula Geula means "redemption." Gila Gila means "joy." In kabbalah, Gila means "to reveal God," which is a great source of joy. (variation: Goldie) Hadassah Hadassah is the Hebrew name of Esther, who saved the Jews in the Purim story from Haman's genocidal plot, as recorded in the biblical Book of Esther.
Hadassah means "myrtle tree." (variations: Hadas, Hadasa, Dassa, Dassi) Hadar Hadar means "splendid, ornamented, beautiful." Hinda Hinda is Yiddish for "deer." The name is often associated with the biblical Naftali, who is compared to a swift deer (Genesis ).
(variations: Devora, Debra, Deborah) Dinah Dinah means "judgment." Dinah appears in the Bible as the daughter of Jacob and Leah.
(Genesis ) (variant spellings: Dina, Deena) Efrat Efrat means "honored, distinguished." Efrat appears in the Bible as the wife of Caleb (1-Chronicles ).
(variations: Batia, Basya) Bat-Tziyon Bat-Tziyon means "daughter of Zion," or "daughter of excellence." (variant spellings: Bat-Tzion, Bat-zion) Bayla Bayla means "beautiful." It may also be related to the name Bilhah, who was the mother of Dan and Naftali, two of the 12 tribes of Israel.