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I hope this is the right forum for a search/request like this.

A few months ago - unfortunately, I don't remember the context in which it arose - I stumbled across a terrific book on HebrewBooks.org that listed virtually every name appearing in TaNa"Kh with its meaning and source.

One name I vaguelyspecifically remember appearing in the book is אהליאב. It described the name as meaning that HaShem (and perhaps incorrectlyG-d) remember it being called Anshe'i Shemis our tent (אשני שם); but, the HebrewBooksi.org search results for that query are not what I remembere. our protector) and brought a description of who Aholiav was.

Does anyone know of a book or books like this? I would be truly grateful!

I hope this is the right forum for a search/request like this.

A few months ago - unfortunately, I don't remember the context in which it arose - I stumbled across a terrific book on HebrewBooks.org that listed virtually every name appearing in TaNa"Kh with its meaning and source. I vaguely (and perhaps incorrectly) remember it being called Anshe'i Shem (אשני שם); but, the HebrewBooks.org search results for that query are not what I remember.

Does anyone know of a book or books like this? I would be truly grateful!

I hope this is the right forum for a search/request like this.

A few months ago - unfortunately, I don't remember the context in which it arose - I stumbled across a terrific book on HebrewBooks.org that listed virtually every name appearing in TaNa"Kh with its meaning and source.

One name I specifically remember appearing in the book is אהליאב. It described the name as meaning that HaShem (G-d) is our tent (i.e. our protector) and brought a description of who Aholiav was.

Does anyone know of a book or books like this? I would be truly grateful!

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Book of TaNaKhic names with their meanings

I hope this is the right forum for a search/request like this.

A few months ago - unfortunately, I don't remember the context in which it arose - I stumbled across a terrific book on HebrewBooks.org that listed virtually every name appearing in TaNa"Kh with its meaning and source. I vaguely (and perhaps incorrectly) remember it being called Anshe'i Shem (אשני שם); but, the HebrewBooks.org search results for that query are not what I remember.

Does anyone know of a book or books like this? I would be truly grateful!