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be-njámin What does my name mean?
Meaning of Benjámin: Son Of The Right Hand, Son Of The South, Son Of Luck
Benjamin was ranked 10 in 2015 US male names list and elevated by 16.67% from its previous ranking of 12 in 2014. Benjamin was ranked 951 in 2015 list of US girls name and dropped by 1.06% from its previous ranking of 941 in 2014. Comes from the Hebrew "ben yamin" Means: "son of the right" party in March 31.. Rather reserved by nature,Benjaminprefer tranquility to the hectic life. Benjamin are precise, methodical, even maniacal. These are quiet, adoring reading and music. Home-loving enough,Benjaminare excellent family men, attentive to the children and their education. Intelligent and inquisitive,Benjaminare interested in everything.
Full form of Benjamin : Brilliant Experienced Nonjudgemental Joyful Attentive Modest Intelligent Nonconforming
Benjamin is a very very popular first name for a boy in England & Wales which is popular since 1996 and ranked 28 in 2014. Around 74696 people wear Benjamin as their first name. Benjamin is a very consistent name over the past 18 years.
Benjamin is a very very popular first name for a boy in United States which is popular since 1880 and ranked 10 (0.343465% bearer) in 2015 in US. Around 708717 people wear Benjamin as their first name. Benjamin is a rare first name for a girl in United States which is a rare name since 1914 and ranked 10 (0.343465% bearer) in 2015 in US. Only 708717 people have Benjamin as their first name. Benjamin is not a native United States and Benjamin may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name. 0.198252% of people in US have this given name.
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Expression number of Benjamin is 5.
Benjamin love adventure, excitement and freedom. Benjamin are clever, quick-witted and unusually adaptable. Benjamin are capable of doing anything they wish for.
Names that rhyme with Benjamin
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Benjamin Paul Amos, English footballer
Benjamin Nivet, French footballer
Benjamin Creme, Scottish artist, esoterist, lecturer, author, and editor-in-chief of Share International Magazine
Benjamin Millepied, French choreographer
Benjamin John Howard, English singer and songwriter
Benjamin Jowett, English educator, translator, theologian and scholar
Benjamin Bloom, American influential psychologist and educator who made significant contributions to the taxonomy of education goals
Liese Benjamin in Hercule Poirot's Christmas as Actress
Brittany Benjamin in The Scientist as Actress
Roxanne Benjamin in V/H/S/2 as Actress
Paris Benjamin in Space Shuttle Atlantis: Pre-Show as Actress
Julia Benjamin in Who's in Charge Here? as Actress
Elizabeth Benjamin in The Man in the Morgue as Writer
Prentiss Benjamin in Hard Four as Actress
Floella Benjamin in Run Fatboy Run as Actress
Lucy Benjamin in Episode #2.2 as Actress
Jaida-Iman Benjamin in The Unusual Suspects as Actress
Benjamin Bratt, actor,producer
Benjamin Parmentier, writer
Benjamin Greenacre, location management,producer,production manager
Benjamin A. Weissman, editor,producer
Benjamin H. Kline, cinematographer,director
Benjamin Frankel, composer
Benjamin Herrmann, producer,director,writer
Benjamin Feitelson, actor,producer,writer Names like Benjamin Benjamin Namesakes Related Names: Biblical: Jamin,
Hebrew:Ben, Benny, Benjy, Benjie, Benji, Benjameena, Benjamyna, Benyameana, Benyameena, Benyamina, Benyamyna,
English: Benj ,
Greenlandic: Benjamini (Greenlandic form of Benjamin),
Scottish: Beathan (Life),
Other: Benjaman (Right-hand Son, Similar to Benedict), Benjamen, Benjamon, Benjiman (Highborn, Brilliant, Intelligent, Noble), Benjimen, Benejamen (Right-hand Son, Similar to Benedict), Benjamino, Benjamina (Female form of Benjamin), Benjaminas (Lithuanian) , Benjaminjoseph (Right-hand Son, Similar to Benedict, Blessed), Benjammin , Benjamyn,
Posts having Benjamin: Comments :Benjamin is a male first name and a reknown surname. In Hebrew it means "son of my right hand" or "Child of Fortune", "son of luck", "son of consolation". First mention finds the name in letters under the king Sin-Kasid of Uruk (1801-1771 BC..), The "King of Amnanum" called and Amorite tribal confederation of "biNu-Jamina" (single name "Binyamin"; Akkadian "Mar-Jamin") was one. the name means "sons / son of the South" and is linguistically as a precursor to the Old Testament name "Benjamin" in the context. He called their youngest of 12 sons of Jacob, the as progenitors of the Twelve tribes of Israel are: Benjamin (Bible). The final interpretation follows the self-declaration of Gen from 35.16 to 20, after which the father Jacob had named his youngest so when his mother Rachel died giving birth. A derived from the Bible meaning is "the youngest" because Benjamin was the youngest of the twelve sons of Jacob. Thus, the same is often the youngest member as at the presentation in some groups or families our Benjamin called, even if the common or a different name.
In the Middle Ages , it was traditionally given to the child whose mother had died in childbirth. In early seventies, the name Benjamin was quickly gaining popularity in Germany after he was hardly ever used before. In the eighties, it was several times among the top ten most awarded boy name. Since then, its popularity has declined somewhat. Except in the German-speaking area of the first name occurs especially in English, French and Dutch speaking countries.
Variants: Ben, Bin, Benjy, Benji, Benny, Beni, Benni, Bennie, Bennian, Binjamin, Binyamin (Hebrew), Beniamino (Italian), Benjaminas , Benas (Lithuanian), Beniamin (Romanian), Veniamin, Wenjamin (Russian) Benjamín (Spanish) Bünyamin (Turkish) - Antonina Kmetz Popularity of Benjamin