Yiddish Baby Names & Yiddish Names


Yiddish, a High German language with Jewish origins, developed as a fusion of Hebrew and Aramaic into German dialects with the infusion of Slavic and Romance languages, spoken in many parts of the world. Yiddish is written with the Hebrew alphabet. Yiddish originated from the Ashkenazi culture around the 10th century and then spread to Eastern Europe and eventually to other continents. As Yiddish is closely related to Hebrew, using the same alphabet and spoken primarily by Jewish people, its vocabulary and structure bears a striking resemblance to Hebrew. If choosing a Yiddish name is important to you, start with Baby Name World and browse our growing list of Yiddish and Hebrew baby names and name meanings.
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Grace
Girl
Yiddish
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Yiddish Girl baby name meaning "Grace"

The falcon.
Boy
German
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German Boy baby name meaning "The falcon."

Joy.
Girl
Yiddish
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Yiddish Girl baby name meaning "Joy."

One who is religious
Girl
Yiddish
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Yiddish Girl baby name meaning "One who is religious"

Beloved
Girl
Yiddish
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Yiddish Girl baby name meaning "Beloved"

Beloved
Girl
Yiddish
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Yiddish Girl baby name meaning "Beloved"

Sea of bitterness
Girl
Yiddish
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Yiddish Girl baby name meaning "Sea of bitterness"

Sea of bitterness
Girl
Yiddish
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Yiddish Girl baby name meaning "Sea of bitterness"

Pretty girl. Variant of Shane.
Girl
Yiddish
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Yiddish Girl baby name meaning "Pretty girl. Variant of Shane."

Beautiful
Girl
Yiddish
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Yiddish Girl baby name meaning "Beautiful"

Beautiful
Girl
Yiddish
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Yiddish Girl baby name meaning "Beautiful"

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