Many parents believe a name holds the power to shape a child's self-esteem and identity and influences how he is seen and treated by society. It is why parents do their best to give the most beautiful names to their children. While there are those who love to combine their names or those of family members to come up with something unique, some follow a theme, and the Bible has become a popular source of baby names. If you're looking for Biblical names that are not too common, here are some timeless choices.
1. Adah (Ada) Hebrew name that means “an assembly.” She is a descendant of Cain (from the story of Cain and Abel, sons of Adam and Eve) and is mentioned in the Book of Genesis.
2. Terah (Tera) It means “to breathe,” “scent,” and “blow" in Hebrew. It is mentioned in the Book of Numbers.
3. Keziah Hebrew for “cassia tree,” this was the name of Job’s second daughter in the Bible.
4. Atarah (Tara/Tarah) A Hebrew name, which means “a crown," is mentioned in the Book of 1 Chronicles.