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Meaning of the Name Alem

The first name Alem is of African origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

African: World
African: World Leader

Similar Names

Aalam | Aalim | Ailen | Alam | Alan | Aleem | Alen | Aleyn | Alim | Alin |

Related Names

Alemana  (Hawaiian)
Warrior
Alemeth  (Biblical)
Hiding, Youth, Worlds, Upon the Dead
Amana  (Hawaiian)
Variant of Alemana: Warrior
Anna  (Latin)
Variant of Anne. Biblical; Devout Woman Who Saw Infant Jesus Presented at the Temple in Jerusalem. Daughter of Dido
Annabeth  (Latin)
Variant of Anne. Biblical; Devout Woman Who Saw Infant Jesus Presented at the Temple in Jerusalem
Annalee  (Latin)
Variant of Anne. Biblical; Devout Woman Who Saw Infant Jesus Presented at the Temple in Jerusalem
Annamarie  (Latin)
Variant of Anne. Famous Bearer: the Biblical Annomarie Saw Infant Jesus Presented at the Temple in Jerusalem
Arel  (Hebrew)
Variant of Ariel: Sprite; Lion of God. A Biblical Alternate Name for Jerusalem. Name of a Prankish Spirit in Shakespeare's the Tempest
Aremana  (Hawaiian)
Variant of Alemana: Warrior
Arial  (Hebrew)
Feminine Form of Ariel: Sprite; Lion of God. A Biblical Alternate Name for Jerusalem. Name of a Prankish Spirit in Shakespeare's the Tempest
Ariel  (Hebrew)
Sprite; Lion of God. A Biblical Alternate Name for Jerusalem. Name of a Prankish Spirit in Shakespeare's the Tempest
Ariel  (Hebrew)
Lioness of God. Biblical Name for Jerusalem. Used by Shakespeare for a Mischevious Spirit in the Tempest
Beryl  (Greek)
Crystal. A Gemstone of Varying Colors; Often Yellow-green. in the Bible the Eighth Foundation Stone of the Wall of New Jerusalem Was Beryl
Bethanee  (Hebrew)
Variant of Bethany - a Village Near Jerusalem Where Jesus Visited Mary; Martha and Lazarus
Bethani  (Hebrew)
Variant of Bethany - a Village Near Jerusalem Where Jesus Visited Mary; Martha and Lazarus
Bethanie  (Hebrew)
Variant of Bethany - a Village Near Jerusalem Where Jesus Visited Mary; Martha and Lazarus
Bethann  (Hebrew)
Variant of Bethany - a Village Near Jerusalem Where Jesus Visited Mary; Martha and Lazarus
Bethany  (Hebrew)
Life-town Near Jerusalem
Bethany  (Hebrew)
Bethany Was a New Testament Village Near Jerusalem Where Jesus Visited Mary, Martha and Lazarus. Frequently Used As a First Name in the Th Century
Daniel  (Hebrew)
God is My Judge. The Biblical Prophet and Writer of Book of Daniel Was a Teenager When Taken to Babylon After the Destruction of Jerusalem in Bc. He Survived Two Death Sentences: (A Lions' Den and a F
Ezekiel  (Hebrew)
God Strengthens. Biblical Ezekiel Was a Prophet Among the Captives Taken to Babylon at the First Fall of Jerusalem Who Wrote the Book of Ezekiel in Captivity. See Also Zeke
Jerusalem  (Biblical)
Vision of Peace
Kalen  (Hebrew)
A Root from Kalan Which is a Flower That Grows in Jerusalem
Moriah  (Hebrew)
God Teaches. Biblical Name of the Mount of the Jerusalem's Temple of Solomon
Salem  (Biblical)
Complete or Perfect Peace
Salem  (Hebrew)
Peace. Biblical Name of Ancient City Later Identified With Jerusalem
Salem  (Biblical)
Complete or Perfect Peace
Salem  (Arabic)
Peace
Salem  (Muslim)
Variant of Salim: Secure. Safe. Mild. Free
Shalem  (Biblical)
Complete or Perfect Peace
Shalem  (Biblical)
Complete or Perfect Peace

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