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Name Pronunciation Guides
August 28, 2021

Respect Jewish identity by learning to pronounce these common Hebrew names!

Saif Cheval
Saif Cheval
Marketing Lead
2
min read

Hebrew is the only successful example of a revived dead language in the world. That's a big deal: the language almost disappeared before finding itself spoken again in the modern age. Now, it is spoken mostly in Israel and the United States, which means you're definitely going to run into people with Hebrew names!

Time and again, we've talked about the importance of names and their relevance to our identity.

For Hebrew names, there is a deep connection to a heritage and a culture. Jewish names are often chosen as a remembrance for a recently departed relative, and the Jewish identity is a strong, cultural bond that many people feel a connection to.In our modern times, with globalization bringing us all over the globe, it's more important than ever to realize that connection and to respect it. Gal Gadot, an internationally recognized actress, still finds her name mispronounced on talk shows and interviews.

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And that's where we come in. As the most comprehensive name pronunciation service in the world, we look to help people make better connections. To get you more familiar with the many languages on our website, we compile lists of the trickiest, yet most common names in each language, such as Spanish and Japanese.So without further ado, here are the most common names in Hebrew, the latest addition to the NameShouts database.

These are the male Hebrew names:

And here are the female Hebrew names:

Most of us are not too familiar with Hebrew names. We hope that this helps you connect better with Jewish colleagues, acquaintances, and friends. Feel free to reach out to us and let us know what language you'd like to see added to the NameShouts database!

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