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Meaning of the Name Omet

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

Hebrew: My Light

Similar Names

Omeet | Omat | Omette | Onit |

Related Names

Aeneas  (Scottish)
Sometimes Used in Scotland As a Translation of the Gaelic 'Aonghus'
Alethea  (Greek)
Truth. Alethea Became Popular When the Future King Charles I Courted Spanish Maria Aletea. Sometimes Confused With the Unrelated Althea.'Truthful.' Mythological Goddess of Truth
Annabella  (Latin)
Beautiful, Graceful. Latinized Form of the English Annabel; a Variant of the Latin Amabel. Sometimes Interpreted As a Latin Compound Meaning 'Hello Beautiful
Bel  (French)
Fair. Lovely One. Sometimes Used As an Independent Name Associated With the French Word Belle, Meaning Beautiful
Bell  (French)
Fair. Lovely One. Sometimes Used As an Independent Name Associated With the French Word Belle, Meaning Beautiful
Bella  (French)
Sometimes Used As an Independent Name Associated With the French Word Belle, Meaninn Beautiful
Belle  (French)
Fair. Lovely One. Sometimes Used As an Independent Name Associated With the French Word Belle, Meaning Beautiful
Bess  (English)
Diminutive of Elizabeth, Meaning My God is Bountiful, or God of Plenty, Used Since the Th Century. Sometimes Used As an Independent Name
Bessie  (English)
Diminutive of Elizabeth, Meaning My God is Bountiful, or God of Plenty, Used Since the Th Century. Sometimes Used As an Independent Name
Bessy  (English)
Diminutive of Elizabeth, Meaning My God is Bountiful, or God of Plenty, Used Since the Th Century. Sometimes Used As an Independent Name
Brice  (Celtic)
Swift. Famous Bearer: St Brice, Sometimes Called St. Britius, Was a Th Century Bishop of Tours
Bryce  (Celtic)
Swift. Famous Bearer: St Brice, Sometimes Called St. Britius, Was a Th Century Bishop of Tours
Carter  (English)
Cart Driver, Cart Maker. A Surname Sometimes Used As a First Name
Cathy  (English)
This Diminutive of Catherine or Kathleen is Sometimes Used As an Independent Name. Form of the Greek Catherine Meaning Pure
Chay  (English)
A Diminutive of Charles, from the Old English 'Ceorl' Meaning Man. Sometimes Used As an Independent Name. Famous Bearers: British Long-distance Yachtsman Chay Blyth
Cherry  (English)
Sometimes Used As a Name Derived from the Fruit. Origlnally a Diminutive of Charity. Famous Bearers: Cherry Was One of Mr Pecksniff's Daughters in Charles Dickens' Novel 'Martin Chuzzlewit'
Connie  (English)
Constancy; Steadfastness. A Diminutive of Constance, Sometimes Used As an Independent Name
Cornelia  (Irish)
Feminine Form of Cornelius: Strong Willed or Wise. Cornelius is Sometimes Used As a Translation of the Name Conchubhar Meaning High Desire
Cornelius  (Irish)
Strong Willed or Wise. Cornelius is Sometimes Used As a Translation of the Name Conchubhar Meaning High Desire
Corney  (Irish)
Diminutive of Cornelius: Strong Willed or Wise. Cornelius is Sometimes Used As a Translation of the Name Conchubhar Meaning High Desire
Demelza  (English)
Fortified. A Cornish Place Name Sometimes Used As a First Name. Famous Bearer: Demelza Was the Heroine of British Author Winston Graham's Poldark Novels
Derry  (Irish)
Oak Grove. A Diminutive of Derek Which is Sometimes Used As an Independent Name Associated With the Irish Place Name 'Derry'
Deucalion  (Latin)
Son of Rometheus
Deucalion  (Greek)
Son of Prometheus
Easter  (English)
Born at Easter. from the Name of the Christian Festival, Which is Based on Eostre, the Name of a Germanic Spring Goddess. Sometimes Also Used As a Variant of Esther
Easter  (English)
From the Name of the Christian Festival, Which is Based on Eostre, the Name of a Germanic Spring Goddess. Sometimes Also Used As a Variant of Esther
Edwin  (Teutonic)
Rich Friend, Weak-willed, Versatile, Sometimes Brilliant
Egbert  (Teutonic)
Formidably Bright, Witty, Confident, Imaginative, Sometimes Spiteful
Ernie  (English)
A Diminutive of Ernest Sometimes Used As an Independent Name. Also, in England, 'Ernie' Refers to the Electronic Random Number Indicator Equipment Which Selects Winning Premium Bond Numbers
Ettie  (English)
Diminutive of Esther, Harriette, or Henrietta, Sometimes Used As an Independent Name
Etty  (English)
Diminutive of Esther, Harriette, or Henrietta, Sometimes Used As an Independent Name
Euclid  (Greek)
Greek Surname. Euclid Was an Early Developer of Geometry Theories
Gerald  (Teutonic)
Spear Power, Firm, Unemotional, Sometimes Merciless, a Worshipper of Truth
Golgotha  (Biblical)
A Heap of Skulls, Something Skull-shaped
Golgotha  (Biblical)
A Heap of Skulls, Something Skull-shaped
Humphrey  (Teutonic)
Support of Peace, Impulsive, Rash, Loyal, Loving, Sometimes Self-indulgent
Isabis  (African)
Something Beautiful
Jean  (French)
Variant of John. Jean is Sometimes Hyphenated With a Second Name and the French Pronunciation May Be Used As in Jean-luc and Jean-paul
Jon  (French)
Variant of John or Abbreviation of Jonathan: 'Jehovah Has Been Gracious; Has Shown Favor.' Sometimes Used in the French Fashion Hyphenated With a Second Name Like Jon-carlo or Jon-paul
Jon  (English)
Variant of John or Abbreviation of Jonathan 'Jehovah Has Been Gracious; Has Shown Favor.' Sometimes Used in the French Fashion Hyphenated With a Second Name Like Jon-carlo or Jon-paul
Josiah  (Hebrew)
Yielded to the Lord, Emotional, Daring, Honest, Sometimes a Keen Business Man
Kathy  (English)
This Diminutive of Catherine or Kathleen is Sometimes Used As an Independent Name. Form of the Greek Catherine Meaning Pure
Kitty  (English)
The Oldest Known Pet Name for Girls Named Catherine or Kathleen Sometimes Used As a Name in Its Own Right. Variant of Katherine. Pure
Lew  (English)
Diminutive of Lewis: English Variant of the Franco-germanic Name Louis: Famous Warrior. in Wales, Sometimes Lewis is Used in Place of Llewellyn. Famous Bearer: Th Century Writer Lewis Carroll
Lewis  (English)
English Variant of the Franco-germanic Name Louis: Famous Warrior. in Wales, Sometimes Lewis is Used in Place of Llewellyn. Famous Bearer: Th Century Writer Lewis Carroll
Mac  (Gaelic)
Son Of. Scottish and Irish Surname Prefix Sometimes Used As a Given Name or Nickname. Mack: (Scottish) Ancient Scottish Given Name
Mohammed  (Islamic)
Highly Praised (Ahmad, Ahmed, Amad, Hammad, Mahmud, Mohamed, Muhammad, Mohomet)
Omette  (Hebrew)
Cedar Tree
Paddy  (Irish)
Diminutive of Patrick: Noble. Paddy is Also Sometimes Used As a Slang Term for Irishman or for a Temper Tantrum
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