υἱοθεσία (uihothesia) is probably the word you're looking for. It means, literally, 'to place as a son.'
τεκνίον (technion) is the koiné word that is generally translated as 'child.' παιδίον (paidion) is generally applied to small children or babies. The traditional word for 'son' is υἱός (uihos).
"Jeffrey" is from the Germanic words "district" and "peace", so perhaps "place of peace". The Biblical city whose name has a similar meaning is "Jerusalem"!
The proper name, a brand name of electronics, is spelled Samsung.A similar name is the Biblical strongman, Samson.
"Henry" is an Old Germanic name meaning "home" and "rule". There is no similar name in the Bible.
Is Alvin a biblical name?
No Kasper is not a biblical name at all.
Gatlin is not a biblical name.
One who is cut out of the womb; Aside from biblical meaning, the name can mean "long-hair" or "lots of hair"; it was a title also used by Roman emperors after Gaias Juius Caesar and his adopted son known as Augustus.
The name kiwi is not in the Bible and has no biblical meaning
Yes, Martin is a biblical name it means "Mars".
The name Priscilla is a Biblical baby name. In Biblical the meaning of the name Priscilla is Ancient.
Abel is the Biblical name for abel, and his name appears 21 times in the Bible.
The name Savannah is not in the Bible, and therefore has no biblical meaning.
The biblical translation for the name Libya is "Heart of the sea" and "fat."
The name Jeslin is not in the Bible, so it has no Biblical meaning.
The name Zetilla does not have a Biblical meaning. The name is African American in origin, and it is a woman's name.
A name only has a biblical meaning if that name is found in the Bible. The name Gary is not in the Bible.
The name of George Washington's adopted daughter is Nellie.The name of George Washington's adopted daughter is Nellie.
The antichrist is the biblical name i think.
yes,she is a biblical character in the story..........
Skyler is not a biblical name. If I remember correctly, Skyler is the name of a cartoon character.
The name Persia actually comes from the Biblical Hebrew "Pars" (פרס). Therefore Persia is the Biblical name for the region.
Joda is not a biblical name in the KJV or the NKJV. It is a city in Orissa, India
Union Party, is the name the republican adopted.
Vladimir Illyich Ulanov is his real name, Lenin was the name he adopted as an alias or pseudonym in 1901 after spending three years in exile in Siberia.
No, it is a Biblical name.