German Hebrew Names, Meanings, and their History

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Aaron (AIR-uhn)
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Abarr (uh-BAR)
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Abraam (ah-BRAHM)
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Ada (AY-duh)
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Adalia (ah-DAL-ee-ah)
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Adam (AH-dum)
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Adena (ah-DEE-nah)
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Adi (AH-dee)
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Ahren (AH-ren)
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Alenna (ah-LEH-nah)
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Alexandar (al-ig-ZAN-dər)
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Alexandro (ah-lex-AHN-dro)
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