Bat Sheva Bat Sheva means "daughter of seven." Bat Sheva appears in the Bible as King David's wife (2-Samuel ), and the mother of King Solomon (2-Samuel ).
(variant spellings: Batsheva, Batsheba) Batya Batya means "daughter of God." Batya was the daughter of Pharaoh, who rescued baby Moses from the Nile River (Exodus 2:5).
Avital means "father of dew," referring to God as sustainer.
In kabbalah, Tal signifies Divine nourishment in a hidden manner, just as dew descends unseen to water the plants.
Many Hebrew names have slight variations, and other less common names do not appear on this list at all. Adina Adina means "gentle." Ahuva Ahuva means "beloved." The word appears in the Bible, in Deuteronomy and Nechemia .
Aliza Aliza means "joy." In kabbalah, Aliza signifies the joyful ability to rise above nature.
Avital Avital appears in the Bible as King David's wife (2-Samuel 3:4).(variations: Ariel, Arielle) Atara Atara means "crown." It is sometimes used for naming after a Kreindel, a Yiddish name of the same meaning.Avigail Avigail means "father's joy." Avigail appears in the Bible as King David's wife (1-Samuel ).(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.
Aviva Aviva means "springtime." Ayala Ayala means "deer." The name is often associated with the biblical Naftali, who is compared to a swift deer (Genesis ).Ayelet Ayelet means "musical instrument," as in Psalms 22:1.