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Biblical Hebrew Names  >> Biblical Names by Category  >> Biblical Names Starting With "ר"
Biblical NameMeaning or HistoryGender
Ewe, female sheep.Female
High, tall, lofty; exalted, supreme.Male
Raya (Raaya, Ra'ya)
Beloved woman; wife; friend (feminine).Female
Rebekah (Rivka)
Rebekah, daughter of Bethuel, and Isaac's wife, was the second of the “four mothers” of the Jewish people.Female
Rehoboam (Rehavam, Rechavam, Rechav'am)
The name "Rehoboam" is composed of the words "רָחָב" (rahav, "broad") and "עַם" (am, "people").Male
Rei (Re'i)
My friend.Male
Rephael (Raphael, Refael, Refa'el)
The first part of the name comes from the root רפא, which means "heal", "cure". The second part is "אֵל" (el, "God").Male
Resheph (Reshef)
Reuben (Reuven, Re'uven)
According to the Biblical explanation, the name ראובן (Reuben) is related to the verb לראות (lir'ot, "to see").Male
Reumah (Re'uma)
Reumah was the concubine of Nahor, Abraham's brother.Female
Rimmon (Rimon)
רִמּוֹן (רימון)
Rinnah (Rina)
רִנָּה (רינה)
A girl's name (in the Bible: a boy's name). Singing, joyful sounds.Female
Ruth (Rut)
Ruth the Moabitess was the mother of King David's grandfather.Female

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