I’m no expert. Also can you help me spell the name Hadasah Nina in Hebrew with vowels? The Hebrews were investigators. Yaacov (Jacob): Yaacov was the son of Isaac in the Bible.
Yair: means "to light up” or “to enlighten.” In the Bible Yair was a grandson of Joseph.
", Nechemya: Nechemya means "comforted by God.”, Nir: means "to plow” or “to cultivate a field.”, Nissan: Nissan is the name of a Hebrew month and means “banner, emblem” or “miracle.”, Nissim: Nissim is derived from the Hebrew words for “signs” or miracles.”, Noach (Noah): Noach (Noah) was a righteous man who God commanded to build an ark in preparation for the Great Flood. The name means “God has given.”, Jordan: The name of the Jordan river in Israel. What would be its underlying meaning? I'm fascinated by the complexity and intrigued and anxious to learn more.
Merom: means "heights.” Merom was the name of a place where Joshua won one of his military victories. Eli: Eli was a High Priest and the last of the Judges in the Bible. The derived noun עבר ('eber) describes what or where you end up when you do the verb: the other side or region beyond. This common term 'ibri, or so the theory goes, was then recruited by the Bible writers to denote a kind of theological nomadism, that of the Hebrews, or the "school" of thought which is typically not pinned down in one particular position, or even organized in a political sense, but which travels with the herd from one grassy pasture to the next, learning from other nations and cultures as it goes along.