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What does Benyamin mean?

Benyamin Pronunciation of Benyamin [benyamin] as a name for boys is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of the name Benyamin is "son of the right hand; son of the south; son of my old age". Benyamin is an alternate form of Benjamin (Hebrew). See also Benoni

ASSOCIATED WITH old

Variations

VARIANT Binyamin

OTHER FORMS VIA BENJAMIN Benejamen, Beniamino, Benjaman, Benjamen, Benjamino, Benjamon, Benjiman, Benjimen, Benyamino, Binyamino, Veniamin, Venyamin

CREATIVE FORMS
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MIDDLE NAME PAIRINGS
Benyamin Jakari (B.J.), ..

How popular is Benyamin?

Benyamin is an unusual given name for men but a somewhat prominent surname for both adults and children (#78035 out of 150436, Top 52%). (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)

Which version is better?

Benjamin (#10 THE PREVIOUS YEAR), Benjiman, Benjamen and Benjaman are the prominent related forms of Benyamin (OUTSIDE TOP 2000). These relations of Benyamin reached the height of their popularity 4 decades ago (AVERAGE #1189) and have remained as common to this day (#1502, 7.2% LESS USAGE), but with forms such as Benjiman becoming somewhat dated. Benjamin is the all-time favorite. (TOP BABY NAMES, 2015)



Top 2000 baby names ranking of Benjaman, Benjamen, Benjamin, Benjiman in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Benjamin outside U.S.

Similar Names

Suggested similar-sounding names are Anakin, Bain, Beacon, Beagan, Beagen, Beagin, Beaman, Beamann (see Beaman), Beamen, Beamer, Beamon, Beamus, Beatie, Beavan, Beaven, Beavis, Beegan, Beegin, Beemon, Bellamey, Bellamie, Bellamy, Bellarmine, Benicio, Benji, Benjie, Benn, Bennie, Benoit, Bensen, Benson, Bensson, Bentlie, Benton, Benzion, Bergin, Berlin, Bertin, Berwin, Bevan, Bevin, Bevvan, Bevvin, Beyren, Beyron, Blain, Bonami, Bradin, Brain, Braylin, Brenan, Brendan, Brendin, Brennan, Brennin, Brentan, Brentin, Brenyn, Brysin, Bunyan, Deakin, Dewain, Deylin, Fermin, Germain, Germin, Glenavin, Jamin, Jermain, Jermin, Serafin, Teytin, Weylin, Yamin and Yemin. These names tend to be more commonly used than Benyamin.

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