Jewish Baby Names
In Biblical times parents used to choose their baby names according to the circumstances related to conception, delivery or divine acts. In 516 BCE-70CE, there was a change in the naming system due to the influences of the non Jewish practices. Jews began naming their children after their grandparents. In medieval times Jews started choosing the names with a belief that the soul with the same name may transmigrate into their infant's body. They also started thinking that the chosen name will have an impact on child's future. Babynology encapsulates a data of more than thousands of such chosen Jewish baby names. The wide variety of baby names has their origin details. Parents can choose them according to their meaning and preferred letter.