Menahem meaning and origin
Menahem is used primarily in Hebrew aimed at boys, Menahem means "Comfort or Comforter" is originated from Hebrew.
Variants of MenahemNames that rhyme with Menahem
Popularity of Menahem
Menahem is an uncommon baby name in France, although it has been in use since 1979 but could not make beyond the top 1000. Over 420 people have been named Menahem in France. Also, Menahem is a familiar name in United States. According to our findings, at least 400 people have been bestowed Menahem around the globe.
Numerological analysis of Menahem
You often doubt your skills when you see someone more gifted, or better than you. Remember that you are not the only person who's struggling with something. And you are not alone as you think. You are not very excited when it comes to meeting new people because you expect disappointment. You can hardly resist a temptation, a trait which affects your relationships in a negative way. You watch your mouth and think twice before you say something.
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Namesakes of Menahem
- Menahem Mendel Beilis, Russian Jew accused of ritual murder in Kiev in the Russian Empire
- Menahem Pressler, German-born Israeli-American pianist
- Menahem ben Saruq, Spanish-Jewish philologist of the tenth century CE. He was a skilled poet and polyglot
- Menahem ben Aaron ibn Zerah, Spanish rabbi and codifier
- Menahem Mendel Auerbach, Austrian rabbi, banker
- Menahem Stern, internationally acclaimed Israeli historian of the Second Temple period
- Menahem Ben, Israeli poet and journalist and an outspoken literary and culture critic
- Menahem Golan, Oscar-nominated Israeli film producer
- Menahem ben Moshe Bavli, Jewish rabbi and author of the 1571 book 'Ta'amei Ha-Misvot'
- Menahem Shemuel Halevy, prominent Iranian Rabbi of the early 20th century