There is no Hebrew equivalent of Ryan.
The name Ryan comes from an Irish surname which was derived from Ó Riain meaning "descendant of Rían". The given name Rían probably means "little king" (from Irish rí "king" combined with a diminutive suffix).
People with the name Ryan often choose a Hebrew name with a similar sound, such as Ra'am (רעם) or Ra'anan (רענן)
Ryan is an Irish name that means "little king." There is no Hebrew name with the same meaning.
Ryan can be spelled ×¨××™×Ÿ but it has no meaning in Hebrew.
The name Ryan is Irish Gaelic for "little king", but it has no meaning in Hebrew. Only Hebrew names have Hebrew translations.
Ryan is pronounced the same in Hebrew as it is in English. You can spell it ראין or רייאן
ריאן is the name Ryan in Hebrew.
What dose ryan mean
Ryan = ריאן
shalom. anee shame Ryan pronounced: (shah-LOME) (ah-NEE) (SHAME) Ryan
Ryan is ×¨××™×Ÿ in both ancient Hebrew and Modern Hebrew.
Hebrew is a language, not a nationality. Therefore Ryan Braun is not Hebrew. He is, however, Jewish.
The name name Ryan can be spelled a few different ways, but the most common is "ראיין".
There is no Hebrew name for Andrea.There is no Hebrew name for Andrea.
There is no Hebrew name for Beatrice. There is only a Hebrew name for names that come from Hebrew, or names that have the same meaning as Hebrew names. Beatrice means "traveler" and there is no Hebrew name with this meaning.There is no Hebrew name for Beatrice. There is only a Hebrew name for names that come from Hebrew, or names that have the same meaning as Hebrew names. Beatrice means "traveler" and there is no Hebrew name with this meaning.
Teseed is not a Hebrew name. In fact, no Hebrew name begins with "Tes..."
This is not a name of Hebrew origin and has no equivalent in Hebrew.
The name "Willie" has no equivalent in Hebrew, but you can spell it in Hebrew letters as וילי
Debby Ryan's middle name is Ann. Her full name is Deborah Ann Ryan.