Hebrew translation of your name RA MIL?
There is no name Ramil in Hebrew, but it is close to the name Remiel, which means God is my mercy.
The origin of the name "Israel" came from Genesis chapter 32 where Jacob struggles with a man all night long until he is blessed. The man asks Jacob's name, then tells him that his name is no longer Jacob, but Israel, because he has striven with God and with man. (Genesis 32:28) Israel - which we get from the Greek, is originally in the Hebrew, "Yisrael". Yisrael means, quite literally, "He has striven with God,"…
In Egyptian mythology, Tefnut (alternate spellings Tefenet, Tefnet) is a goddess of water and fertility. Her name means moist waters (or rain). She was created by Atum (a solar God as were Ra, Horakty, and Khepri) from his mucus, a mythology that may be related to the alternative translation of her name - spat waters. *taken from Wikipedia