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November 7th, 2010

Christian Baby Names : Baby Girl Names

Christian Baby Girl Names

Christian Baby Girl Names list given here contains names or words found in the Bible, or Christian names derived from biblical names and words, including the language origin of the name, location of the word in the Bible, and the meaning of the name. Check each Christian baby girl name before you decide one for that cute girl you have now.

A

Abigail (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 25:3 – the father’s joy.
Abihail (Hebrew) – 1 Chron. 2:29 – the father is strength.
Abishai (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 26:6 – the present of my father.
Adah (Hebrew) – Gen. 4:19 – an assembly.
Adina (Hebrew) – 1 Chron. 11:42 – adorned; voluptuous; dainty; slender.
Adriel (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 18:19 – the flock of God.
Angela (Greek) – Gen. 16:7 – Angelic.
Anna (Greek, from Hebrew) – Luke 2:36 – gracious; one who gives.
Ariel (Hebrew) – Ezra 8:16 – altar; light or lion of God.
Artemis (Greek) – Acts 19:24 – whole, sound.
Atarah (Hebrew) – 1 Chron. 2:26 – a crown.

B

Bathsheba (Hebrew) – 2 Sam. 11:3 – the seventh daughter; the daughter of satiety.
Bernice (Greek) – Acts 25:13 – one that brings victory.
Bethany (Hebrew) – Matt. 21:17 – the house of song; the house of affliction.
Bethel (Hebrew) – Gen. 12:8 – the house of God.
Beulah (Hebrew) – Isaiah 62:4 – married.
Bilhah (Hebrew) – Gen. 29:29 – who is old or confused.

C

Candace (Ethiopian) – Acts 8:27 – who possesses contrition.
Carmel (Hebrew) – Joshua 12:22 – circumcised lamb; harvest; full of ears of corn.
Charity (Latin) – 1 Cor. 13:1-13 – dear.
Chloe (Greek) – 1 Cor. 1:11 – green herb.
Claudia (Latin) – 2 Tim. 4:21 – lame.

D

Damaris (Greek, Latin) – Acts 17:34 – a little woman.
Deborah (Hebrew) – Judges 4:4 – word; thing; a bee.
Delilah (Hebrew) – Judges 16:4 – poor; small; head of hair.
Diana (Latin) – Acts 19:27 – luminous, perfect.
Dinah (Hebrew) – Gen. 30:21 – judgment; who judges.
Dorcas (Greek) – Acts 9:36 – a female roe-deer.
Drusilla (Latin) – Acts 24:24 – watered by the dew.

E

Eden (Hebrew) – Gen. 2:8 – pleasure; delight.
Edna (Hebrew) – Gen. 2:8 – pleasure; delight.
Elisha (Latin) – Luke 1:5 – salvation of God.
Elizabeth (Hebrew) – Luke 1:5 – the oath, or fullness, of God.
Esther (Hebrew) – Esther 2:7 – secret; hidden.
Eunice (Greek) – 2 Tim. 1:5 – good victory.
Eva (Hebrew) – Gen. 3:20 – living; enlivening.
Eve (Hebrew) – Gen. 3:20 – living; enlivening.

F

Faith (Latin) – 1 Cor. 13:13 – loyalty; belief.

G

Grace (Latin) – Prov. 3:34 – favor; blessing.

H

Hadassah (Hebrew) – Esther 2:7 – a myrtle; joy.
Hagar (Hebrew) – Gen. 16:1 – a stranger; one that fears.
Hannah (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 1:2 – gracious; merciful; he that gives.
Honey (Old English) – Psalm 19:10 – nectar.
Hope (Old English) – Psalm 25:21 – expectation; belief.
Huldah (Hebrew) – 2 Kings 22:14 – the world.

J

Jael (Hebrew) – Judges 4:17 – one that ascends.
Jasper (Greek) – Exodus 28:20 – treasure holder.
Jemimah (Hebrew) – Job 42:14 – handsome as the day.
Jewel (Old French) – Prov. 20:15 – delight.
Joanna (Hebrew) – Luke 8:3 – grace or gift of the Lord.
Jochebed (Hebrew) – Exodus 6:20 – glorious; honorable.
Joy (Old French, Latin) – Heb. 1:9 – happiness.
Judith (Hebrew) – Gen. 26:34 – the praise of the Lord; confession.
Julia (Latin) – Romans 16:15 – downy; soft and tender hair.

K

Keturah (Hebrew) – Gen. 25:1 – incense; fragrance.

L

Leah (Hebrew) – Gen. 29:16 – weary; tired.
Lillian or Lily (Latin) – Songs 2:1 – elegant flower; innocence; purity; beauty.
Lois (Greek) – 2 Tim. 1:5 – better.
Lydia (Greek) – Acts 16:14 – a standing pool.

M

Magdalene (Greek) – Matt. 27:56 – a person from Magdala.
Mara (Hebrew) – Exodus 15:23 – bitter; bitterness.
Marah (Hebrew) – Exodus 15:23 – bitter; bitterness.
Martha (Aramaic) – Luke 10:38 – who becomes bitter; provoking.
Mary (Hebrew) – Matt. 1:16 – rebellion; sea of bitterness.
Mercy (English) – Gen. 43:14 – compassion, forbearance.
Merry (Old English) – Job 21:12 – joyful, lighthearted.
Michal (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 18:20 – who is perfect?; who resembles God?
Miriam (Hebrew) – Exodus 15:20 – rebellion.
Myra (Greek) – Acts 27:5 – I flow; pour out; weep.

N

Naomi (Hebrew) – Ruth 1:2 – beautiful; agreeable.
Neriah (Hebrew) – Jer. 32:12 – light; lamp of the Lord.

O

Olive (Latin) – Gen. 8:11 – fruitfulness; beauty; dignity.
Ophrah (Hebrew) – Judges 6:11 – dust; lead; a fawn.
Oprah (Hebrew) – Judges 6:11 – dust; lead; a fawn.
Orpah (Hebrew) – Ruth 1:4 – the neck or skull.

P

Paula (Latin) – Acts 13:9 – small; little.
Phoebe (Greek) – Rom. 16:1 – shining; pure.
Prisca (Latin) – Acts 18:2 – ancient.
Priscilla (Latin) – Acts 18:2 – ancient.

R

Rachel (Hebrew) – Gen. 29:6 – sheep.
Rebecca (Hebrew) – Gen. 22:23 – fat; fattened; a quarrel appeased.
Rebekah (Hebrew) – Gen. 22:23 – fat; fattened; a quarrel appeased.
Rhoda (Greek, Latin) – Acts 12:13 – a rose.
Rose (Latin) – Song of Sol. 2:1 – a rose.
Ruby (English) – Exodus 28:17 – the red gemstone.
Ruth (Hebrew) – Ruth 1:4 – drunk; satisfied.

S

Sapphira (English) – Acts 5:1 – that relates or tells.
Sarah (Hebrew) – Gen. 17:15 – lady; princess; princess of the multitude.
Sarai (Hebrew) – Gen. 17:15 – my lady; my princess.
Selah (Hebrew) – Psalm 3:2 – the end; a pause.
Serah (Hebrew) – Gen. 46:17 – lady of scent; song; the morning star.
Sharon (Hebrew) – 1 Chron. 5:16 – his plain; his song.
Sherah (Hebrew) – 1 Chron. 7:24 – flesh; relationship.
Shiloh (Hebrew) – Joshua 18:8 – peace; abundance; his gift.
Shiphrah (Hebrew) – Exodus 1:15 – handsome; trumpet; that does good.
Susanna (Hebrew) – Luke 8:3 – lily; rose; joy.
Susannah (Hebrew) – Luke – lily; rose; joy.

T

Tabitha (Aramaic)- Acts 9:36 – clear-sighted; a roe-deer.
Talitha (Aramaic)- Mark 5:41 – little girl; young woman.
Tamar (Hebrew)- Gen. 38:6 – palm or date palm; palm-tree.
Tamara (Hebrew) – Gen. 38:6 – palm or date palm; palm-tree.
Terah (Hebrew) – Num. 33:27 – to breathe; scent; blow.
Tirzah (Hebrew) – Numbers 26:33 – benevolent; complaisant; pleasing.

V

Victoria (Latin) – Deut. 20:4 – victory.

Z

Zemira (Hebrew) – 1 Chron. 7:8 – song; vine; palm.
Zilpah (Hebrew) – Gen. 29:24 – distillation from the mouth.
Zina (Greek) – 1 Chron. 23:10 – shining; going back.
Zipporah (Hebrew) – Exodus 2:21 – beauty; trumpet; mourning.

A new born baby at your home? Is it a girl? Then waste no time in giving her an apt Christian baby girl name. The above list of names, their meanings and Bible verses will help you to choose a fitting Christian baby name very easily. God bless your newborn kid.

November 7th, 2010

Christian Baby Names : Baby Boy Names

Christian Baby Boy Names

Christian Baby Boy Names list given here contains names or words found in the Bible, or Christian names derived from biblical names and words, including the language origin of the name, location of the word in the Bible, and the meaning of the name. Check each Christian baby boy name before you decide one for that cute boy you have now.

A

Aaron (Hebrew) – Ex. 4:14 – a teacher; lofty; mountain of strength.
Abel (Hebrew) – Gen. 4:2 – vanity; breath; vapor.
Abiathar (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 22:20 – excellent father; father of the remnant.
Abihu (Hebrew) – Ex. 6:22 – he is my father.
Abijah (Hebrew) – 1 Chron. 7:8 – the Lord is my father.
Abner (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 14:50 – father of light.
Abraham (Hebrew) – Gen.17:5 – father of a great multitude.
Abram (Hebrew) – Gen. 11:27 – high father; exalted father.
Absolom (Hebrew) – 1 Kings 15:2 – father of peace.
Adam (Hebrew) – Gen. 3:17 – earthy; red.
Adonijah (Hebrew) – 2 Sam. 3:4 – the Lord is my master.
Alexander (Greek) – Mark 15:21 – one who assists men; defender of men.
Amaziah (Hebrew) – 2 Kings 12:21 – the strength of the Lord.
Amos (Hebrew) – Amos 1:1 – loading; weighty.
Ananias (Greek, from Hebrew) – Acts 5:1 – the cloud of the Lord.
Andrew (Greek) – Matt. 4:18 – a strong man.
Apollos (Greek) – Acts 18:24 – one who destroys; destroyer.
Aquila (Latin) – Acts 18:2 – an eagle.
Asa (Hebrew) – 1 Kings 15:9 – physician; cure.
Asaph (Hebrew) – 1 Chron. 6:39 – who gathers together.
Asher (Hebrew) – Gen. 30:13 – happiness.
Azariah (Hebrew) – 1 Kings 4:2 – he that hears the Lord.

B

Barak (Hebrew) – Judges 4:6 – thunder, or in vain.
Barnabas (Greek, Aramaic) – Acts 4:36 – son of the prophet, or of consolation.
Bartholomew (Aramaic) – Matt. 10:3 – a son that suspends the waters.
Baruch (Hebrew) – Neh. 3:20 – who is blessed.
Benaiah (Hebrew) – 2 Sam. 8:18 – son of the Lord.
Benjamin (Hebrew) – Gen. 35:18 – son of the right hand.
Bildad (Hebrew) – Job 2:11 – old friendship.
Boaz (Hebrew) – Ruth 2:1 – in strength.

C

Cain (Hebrew) – Gen. 4:1 – possession, or possessed.
Caleb (Hebrew) – Num. 13:6 – a dog; a crow; a basket.
Christian (Greek) – Acts 11:26 – follower of Christ.
Claudius (Latin) – Acts 11:28 – lame.
Cornelius (Latin) – Acts 10:1 – of a horn.

D

Dan (Hebrew) – Gen. 14:14 – judgment; he that judges.
Daniel (Hebrew) – 1 Chron. 3:1 – judgment of God; God my judge.
David (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 16:13 – well-beloved, dear.
Demetrius (Greek) – Acts 19:24 – belonging to corn, or to Ceres.

E

Ebenezer (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 4:1 – stone or rock of help.
Elah (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 17:2 – an oak; a curse; perjury.
Eleazar (Hebrew) – Exodus 6:25 – the Lord will help; court of God.
Eli (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 1:3 – the offering or lifting up.
Elihu (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 1:1 – he is my God himself.
Elijah (Hebrew) – 1 Kings 17:1 – God the Lord, the strong Lord.
Eliphaz (Hebrew) – Gen. 36:4 – the endeavor of God.
Elisha (Hebrew) – 1 Kings 19:16 – salvation of God.
Elkanah (Hebrew) – Exodus 6:24 – God the zealous; the zeal of God.
Elnathan (Hebrew) – 2 Kings 24:8 – God hath given; the gift of God.
Emmanuel (Latin, Hebrew) – Isaiah 7:14 – God with us.
Enoch (Hebrew) – Gen. 4:17 – dedicated; disciplined.
Ephraim (Hebrew) – Gen. 41:52 – fruitful; increasing.
Esau (Hebrew) – Gen. 25:25 – he that acts or finishes.
Ethan (Hebrew) – 1 Kings 4:31 – strong; the gift of the island.
Ezekiel (Hebrew) – Ezekiel 1:3 – the strength of God.
Ezra (Hebrew) – Ezra 7:1 – help; court.

G

Gabriel (Hebrew) – Dan. 9:21 – God is my strength.
Gera (Hebrew) – Gen. 46:21 – pilgrimage, combat; dispute.
Gershon (Hebrew) – Gen. 46:11 – his banishment; the change of pilgrimage.
Gideon (Hebrew) – Judges 6:11 – he that bruises or breaks; a destroyer.

H

Habakkuk (Hebrew) – Hab. 1:1 – he that embraces; a wrestler.
Haggai (Hebrew) – Ezra 5:1 – feast; solemnity.
Hosea (Hebrew) – Hosea 1:1 – savior; safety.
Hur (Hebrew) – Exodus 17:10 – liberty; whiteness; hole.
Hushai (Hebrew) – 2 Sam. 15:37 – their haste; their sensuality; their silence.

I

Immanuel (Hebrew) – Isaiah 7:14 – God with us.
Ira (Hebrew) – 2 Sam. 20:26 – watchman; making bare; pouring out.
Isaac (Hebrew) – Gen. 17:19 – laughter.
Isaiah (Hebrew) – 2 Kings 19:2 – the salvation of the Lord.
Ishmael (Hebrew) – Gen. 16:11 – God that hears.
Issachar (Hebrew) – Gen. 30:18 – reward; recompense.
Ithamar (Hebrew) – Exodus 6:23 – island of the palm-tree.

J

Jabez (Hebrew) – 1 Chron. 2:55 – sorrow; trouble.
Jacob (Hebrew) – Gen. 25:26 – cheater; that supplants, undermines; the heel.
Jair (Hebrew) – Num. 32:41 – my light; who diffuses light.
Jairus (Hebrew) – Mark 5:22 – my light; who diffuses light.
James (Hebrew) – Matt. 4:21 – same as Jacob.
Japheth (Hebrew) – Gen. 5:32 – enlarged; fair; persuading.
Jason (Hebrew) – Acts 17:5 – he that cures.
Javan (Hebrew) – Gen. 10:2 – deceiver; one who makes sad.
Jeremiah (Hebrew) – 2 Chron. 36:12 – exaltation of the Lord.
Jeremy (Hebrew) – 2 Chron. 36:12 – exaltation of the Lord.
Jesse (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 16:1 – gift; oblation; one who is.
Jethro (Hebrew) – Exodus 3:1 – his excellence; his posterity.
Joab (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 26:6 – paternity; voluntary.
Joash (Hebrew) – Judges 6:11 – who despairs or burns.
Job (Hebrew) – Job 1:1 – he that weeps or cries.
Joel (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 8:2 – he that wills or commands.
John (Hebrew) – Matt. 3:1 – the grace or mercy of the Lord.
Jonah (Hebrew) – Jonah 1:1 – a dove; he that oppresses; destroyer.
Jonathan (Hebrew) – Judges 18:30 – given of God.
Jordan (Hebrew) – Gen. 13:10 – the river of judgment.
Joseph (Hebrew) – Gen. 30:24 – increase; addition.
Joses (Hebrew) – Matt. 27:56 – raised; who pardons.
Joshua (Hebrew) – Exodus 17:9 – a savior; a deliverer; the Lord is Salvation.
Josiah (Hebrew) – 1 Kings 13:2 – the Lord burns; the fire of the Lord.
Josias (Hebrew) – 1 Kings 13:2 – the Lord burns; the fire of the Lord.
Jotham (Hebrew) – Judges 9:5 – the perfection of the Lord.
Judas (Latin) – Matt. 10:4 – the praise of the Lord; confession.
Jude (Latin) – Jude 1:1 – the praise of the Lord; confession.
Justus (Latin) – Acts 1:23 – just or upright.

L

Laban (Hebrew) – Gen. 24:29 – white; shining; gentle; brittle.
Lazarus (Hebrew) – Luke 16:20 – assistance of God.
Lemuel (Hebrew) – Prov. 31:1 – God with them, or him.
Levi (Hebrew) – Gen. 29:34 – associated with him.
Lot (Hebrew) – Gen. 11:27 – wrapt up; hidden; covered; myrrh; rosin.
Lucas (Greek) – Col. 4:14 – luminous; white.
Luke (Greek) – Col. 4:14 – luminous; white.

M

Malachi (Hebrew)- Mal. 1:1 – my messenger; my angel.
Manasseh (Hebrew) – Gen. 41:51 – forgetfulness; he that is forgotten.
Marcus (Latin) – Acts 12:12 – polite; shining.
Mark (Latin) – Acts 12:12 – polite; shining.
Matthew (Hebrew) – Matt. 9:9 – given; a reward.
Matthias (Hebrew) – Acts 1:23 – the gift of the Lord.
Melchizedek (Hebrew, German) – Gen. 14:18 – king of justice.
Micah (Hebrew) – Judges 17:1 – poor; humble.
Micaiah (Hebrew) – 1 Kings 22:8 – who is like to God?
Michael (Hebrew) – Num. 13:13 – poor; humble.
Mishael (Hebrew) – Exodus 6:22 – who is asked for or lent.
Mordecai (Hebrew) – Esther 2:5 – contrition; bitter; bruising.
Moses (Hebrew) – Exodus 2:10 – taken out; drawn forth.

N

Nadab (Hebrew) – – Exodus 6:23 – free and voluntary gift; prince.
Nahum (Hebrew) – Nahum 1:1 – comforter; penitent.
Naphtali (Hebrew) – Gen. 30:8 – that struggles or fights.
Nathan (Hebrew) – 2 Sam. 5:14 – given; giving; rewarded.
Nathanael (Hebrew) – John 1:45 – the gift of God.
Nehemiah (Hebrew) – Neh. 1:1 – consolation; repentance of the Lord.
Nekoda (Hebrew) – Ezra 2:48 – painted; inconstant.
Nicodemus (Greek) – John 3:1 – victory of the people.
Noah (Hebrew) – Gen. 5:29 – repose; consolation.

O

Obadiah (Hebrew)- 1 Kings 18:3 – servant of the Lord.
Omar (Arabic, Hebrew) – Gen. 36:11 – he that speaks; bitter.
Onesimus (Latin) – Col. 4:9 – profitable; useful.
Othniel (Hebrew) – Joshua 15:17 – lion of God; the hour of God.

P

Paul (Latin) – Acts 13:9 – small; little.
Peter (Greek) – Matt. 4:18 – a rock or stone.
Philemon (Greek) – Phil. 1:2 – loving; who kisses.
Philip (Greek) – Matt. 10:3 – warlike; a lover of horses.
Phineas (Hebrew) – Exodus 6:25 – bold aspect; face of trust or protection.
Phinehas (Hebrew) – Exodus 6:25 – bold aspect; face of trust or protection.

R

Reuben (Hebrew) – Gen. 29:32 – who sees the son; the vision of the son.
Rufus (Latin) – Mark 15:21 – red.

S

Samson (Hebrew) – Judges 13:24 – his sun; his service; there the second time.
Samuel (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 1:20 – heard of God; asked of God.
Saul (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 9:2 – demanded; lent; ditch; death.
Seth (Hebrew) – Gen. 4:25 – put; who puts; fixed.
Shadrach (Babylonian) – Dan. 1:7 – tender, nipple.
Shem (Hebrew) – Gen. 5:32 – name; renown.
Silas (Latin) – Acts 15:22 – three, or the third.
Simeon (Hebrew) – Gen. 29:33 – that hears or obeys; that is heard.
Simon (Hebrew) – Matt. 4:18 – that hears; that obeys.
Solomon (Hebrew) – 2 Sam. 5:14 – peaceable; perfect; one who recompenses.
Stephen (Greek) – Acts 6:5 – crown; crowned.

T

Thaddaeus (Aramaic) – Matt. 10:3 – that praises or confesses.
Theophilus (Greek) – Luke 1:3 – friend of God.
Thomas (Aramaic) – Matt. 10:3 – a twin.
Timothy (Greek) – Acts 16:1 – honor of God; valued of God.
Titus (Latin) – 2 Cor. 2:13 – pleasing.
Tobiah (Hebrew) – Ezra 2:60 – the Lord is good.
Tobias (Hebrew) – Ezra 2:60 – the Lord is good.

U

Uriah (Hebrew) – 2 Sam. 11:3 – the Lord is my light or fire.
Uzziah (Hebrew) – 2 Kings 15:13 – the strength, or kid, of the Lord.

V

Victor (Latin) – 2 Timothy 2:5 – victory; victor.

Z

Zacchaeus (Hebrew) – Luke 19:2 – pure; clean; just.
Zachariah (Hebrew) – 2 Kings 14:29 – memory of the Lord
Zebadiah (Hebrew) – 1 Chron. 8:15 – portion of the Lord; the Lord is my portion.
Zebedee (Greek) – Matt. 4:21 – abundant; portion.
Zebulun (Hebrew) – Gen. 30:20 – dwelling; habitation.
Zechariah (Hebrew) – 2 Kings 14:29 – memory of the Lord.
Zedekiah (Hebrew) – 1 Kings 22:11 – the Lord is my justice; the justice of the Lord.
Zephaniah (Hebrew) – 2 Kings 25:18 – the Lord is my secret.
Zerubbabel (Hebrew) – 1 Chron. 3:19 – a stranger at Babylon; dispersion of confusion.

A new born baby at your home? Is it a boy? Then waste no time in giving him an apt Christian baby boy name. The above list of names, their meanings and Bible verses will help you to choose a fitting Christian baby name very easily. God bless your newborn kid.

October 8th, 2010

Tell A Friend option in TBTG

Tell A Friend sign

Today we have added a new option called ‘Tell A Friend’ in this website. You can see an image (as given above) saying Tell A Friend in the left and right sides of this website.

This new option allows you to quickly send emails to your friends with direct links to the current page you are reading on this website, so that they also can easily have a look at it.

Following are the steps involved in telling your friends about a particular page here.

After reading an interesting article here in TBTG, click on this image link displaying ‘Tell A Friend’, either the one on the left side or the right.

A new window pops up showing you 3 options. They are :

a) Enter E-mail Address

On selecting this, you can enter upto 5 of your friend’s email address and on clicking NEXT, you will be presented with set the email-message page where you can edit the mail content (which will be just an invitation saying come and view this page). On clicking NEXT, you will see a human verification page. DO as told and click on ‘Send Email’ button to finish the process. All the 5 (or the number of emails you entered) emails will get this notification mail which will be containing a link to the current page you shared with them. 

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You may have to confirm that you permit this application to send mails to your contacts. You can pick  the desired recipients from your address book listed there or you can simply click on the ‘select all’  so that all your mailbox contacts are selected and then continue as in the first option a. Quick mails with link to the current page, to all your mailbox contacts. Cool, isn’t it?

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