Benjaman meaning and origin
Unfading and Well-Liked Benjaman is used especially in English, Benjaman means "Right-hand Son or Similar to Benedict" and of Hebrew origin is given to baby boys. Benjaman is a variant of venerable, prevalent and biblical Benjamin. Originated from Hebrew, Prevalent and Venerable Benjamin, Benjamin means "Born of the Right Hand, Son of the One who Loves Horses and Son of the South".
Variants of BenjamanNames that rhyme with Benjaman
Popularity of Benjaman
Benjaman is a unique baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1880 and was able to reach the top 400 names. In 1888, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 387 on boy names chart when 44 babies were named Benjaman. Over 2019 people have been named Benjaman in United States. Benjaman is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales where it may not be used now. Also, Benjaman is a familiar name in Zimbabwe, Papua New Guinea and India. According to our findings, at least 2000 people have been bestowed Benjaman around the globe.
What numerology tells about Benjaman?
You keep following your heart in order to avoid disappointment and solitude. You influence people with your words, so make sure you say the right words. Your friends are like addicted to you, but your family isn't very happy with how you live your life cause you are restless. You shouldn't expect much out of others but yourself. You are creative and free-spirited. Dreams are important to you because you think that a person without dreams is like a walking dead.
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Namesakes of Benjaman
We could not find any notable namesake.