Материалы на сайте Большой хоральной синагоги Санкт-Петербурга:
Значение еврейского имени. О еврейских именах в первоисточниках. Получение еврейского имени: законы и обычаи. Традиции перевода русских имен в еврейские. Еврейские мужские имена. Еврейские женские имена.
Материалы на сайте «Я-Тора. Еврейская Библия и мир», http://ja-tora.com:
Мужские имена. Женские имена. Что такое имя? - На сайте "Тора Ми-Цион"
(Центр еврейского религиозного образования, http://www.toramizion.ru/)
Уникальный полный справочник еврейских имен и советы по выбору имени.
На сайте "Иудаизм и евреи" https://toldot.ru/ в разделе "Еврейские имена"
Интересные материалы вы найдете на сайте «Дом Хабада» http://ru.chabad.org
в разделе «Еврейское имя»: Значимость еврейского имени. Мудрецы о значении имени. Кто и как выбирает имя? Классификация еврейских имен. Из истории еврейских имен. Можно ли взять еврейское имя, не делая обрезание? Как подобрать новое имя, чтобы жизнь изменилась? Выбор имени по гематрии.
Сайт "Еврейские имена и имена, популярные в Израиле" (Проект "Шатры Яакова")
Материалы на английском языке:
1) All Hebrew Names (Here you can find more than 3000 Hebrew and Israeli names that are used in Israel): http://www.allhebrewnames.com/
2) Hebrew Names - сайт с картинками: http://hebrewname.org/
(в рамках Online Language Academy http://eteacherhebrew.com/)
3) Статья в Википедии "Jewish name"
3) Статья в Википедии "Hebrew given names"
Разделы фундаментального сайта Behind the Name, посвященного личным именам:
1) Аbout Jewish names https://www.behindthename.com/glossary/view/jewish_names
2) Hebrew Names https://www.behindthename.com/names/usage/hebrew
3) Jewish Names https://www.behindthename.com/names/usage/jewish
4) Biblical Hebrew Names https://www.behindthename.com/names/usage/biblical-hebrew
Mohammed Tops List For Most Popular Baby Name In Israel
(статья опубликована 31/12/2016 на сайте новостного агентства Breitbart.com, см. ссылку)
Mohammad was ranked the most popular name for boys in Israel for yet another year, according to numbers published Monday by the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS).
Last year, 2,730 Muslim boys in Israel were named after the Islamic prophet. The second most common name was Yosef with 1,880 boys named after the biblical interpreter of dreams, of which 637 were Muslim. Ariel came in at third place, with 1,792 children being given the unisex name.
Among Jewish girls, the most common name was Noa, with 1,445 girls being given the name, making it the most popular name for Jewish girls for 16 consecutive years.
According to the CBS, more than 40,000 girls born in Israel since the state was founded in 1948 were named Noa, trailing behind the biblical names Rachel, Esther, Michal and Sara.
Tamar was the second most popular name for girls in 2015 (1,323), followed by Maya (1,144), Abigail (1,141), Talia (1,081), Adele (1,074), Shira (1,058), Ayela (1,038), Yael (1,022) and Sara (972).
In 2015, Noam was the most common Jewish name with 1,414 boys, followed by David, Ori, Ariel, Eitan, Yosef, Itay, Yonatan, Daniel and Moshe.
The statistics also categorized the most popular names according to city: Jerusalem and Bnei Brak – an ultra-Orthodox suburb of Tel Aviv – shared the most common girl’s name, Sara. Haifa, Tel Aviv and other cities in the central region shared Maya.
One in five Muslims are named Mohammad or its derivative, Ahmed (15% and 4.6% respectively).
The other most common names among Muslim babies are Yusuf (3.5%), Omer (3.1%), Adam (3%), Jod (2.7%), Abed (2.6%), Ali (2.3%), Amir (1.9%), Ibrahim (1.9%), Mahmoud (1.8%), Khaled (1.3%).
Among Muslim girls, the most common names are Maryam (2.7%), Sha’im (2.3%), Janah (2.1%), Lian (2%), Layan (1.8%), Alin (1.5%) and Sa’ara (1.4%).
Mohammed Most Popular Baby Name in Israel; GoT-inspired Name Gains Traction
(статья опубликована 31/07/2019 на сайте информ. агентства HAARETZ, см. ссылку)
On the decline in 2018, prophet's name still given to almost twice as many children as next one the list published by the Central Bureau of Statistics
The most common name for baby boys born in Israel continued to be Mohammed in 2018, with 2,646 newborns given that name, the Central Bureau of Statistics announced on Tuesday, but its popularity is on the decline. Among Jewish boys born last year, the top-ranked moniker was David, which was given to 1,447 babies, followed by Ariel at 1,323.
Among Israeli girls, the name Tamar took the top spot for a third consecutive year, as 1,289 baby girls received the name, with Maya being its runner-up. Noa, which had been the most popular girl's name in 2008 and 2009, dropped to fourth place, after Avigail. Among girls, the list of top-10 names was rounded out by Ayala, Yael, Sara, Adel, Shira and Romi. Among Muslim girls, the most popular name, which was given to 523 baby girls last year, was Maryam.
The girl names fading popularity include Aya, Hila, Yasmin, Liel, Liam, Lihi, Linoy, Liad, Liron, Nofar, Shelly and Shani. Among the names gaining popularity are Ayala, Avigail, Arbel, Ofir, Carmel, Shai-Li, Aviv, Omer, Geffen, Libi, Halel, Haleli, Anel, Anahel, Emanuel, and Tohar.
New and even slightly bizarre names are also on the rise. Sixty-seven girls were named Arya, and it's not completely far-fetched the phenomenon was inspired by the TV show "Game of Thrones." The name Miel, which is entirely foreign to Israeli ears, was given to 20 babies last year. There were six babies named Zosia and five named Suf.
Foreign names that were almost obscure before 2011, including Liv, Lenny, Dean, Yan, Tommy and Dylan, are gaining in popularity from year to year, but so are biblical names such as Aviel, Malakhi, Levi, Adar, Asher, Elimelech, Ovadia and Yishaiya.
In Jerusalem, the most common boys' name was David, while in Tel Aviv it was Eitan. In the southern town of Netivot, surprisingly, it was the nostalgic name Yoram, accounting for two-thirds of all Yorams in the country born last year.
Maya was the popular girls' name in the vast part of the country, taking the top spot in Haifa, Tel Aviv, Be'er Sheva, Ra'anana and Rishon Letzion. The name Adel has struck roots in Or Yehuda, Bat Yam, Dimona, Holon, Sderot and Afula.