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For those who want to connect with their Jewish roots but don’t want their daughter to be one of six Rachels, Sarahs or Leahs heading up the bar/bat mitzvah circuit, here are 18 beautiful Hebrew names that nod to your tradition but feel totally original.
Her first word? Abracadabra. (Get this kid the Harry Potter series, stat.)
She’s a great sharer. (Her names means “giving.”)
Just think of all the adorable nicknames.
But you call her Tali.
Simple and elegant.
Meaning “to life.” To life, to life, to Chava!
Pronounced “Dev-ree,” it means “bee.”
Your little flower.
A more delicate take on “Gabriel.”
Must love vintage denim.
You’ll love saying her name, which means “my joy.”
Just like Maya, but we love this spelling.
“Ya-el.” It means “mountain goat,” so take this kid camping.
Pronounced “Rye-ah,” this name means “friend.” We’re pretty sure she’ll have a lot of them.
Decorate her nursery with palm trees. (It’s what her name means.)
And this one’s with roses.
As in Gadot. This “gal” will most definitely have superhero strength.
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