The baby name Adonai is a unisex name, 3 syllables long and is pronounced "Ah-doh-nigh".
Adonai is Hebrew in Origin.
Adonai is a Hebrew name that means "Lord" or "Master". It is a title used to refer to God in the Hebrew Bible and is often used in Jewish prayers and liturgy. The name Adonai is considered a sacred name and is not typically used in casual conversation. It is often substituted with the word "Hashem" which means "The Name" in Hebrew.
The name Adonai has a long history in Jewish tradition and is considered one of the most important names for God. It is believed to have originated in ancient Israel and was used by the Israelites to refer to their God. The name Adonai is also used in the Christian Bible, particularly in the Old Testament, where it is used to refer to God. The pronunciation of Adonai is ah-doh-NYE.
Adonai is a gender-neutral name and is not typically used as a personal name. It is considered a sacred name and is used primarily in religious contexts. The name Adonai is of Hebrew origin and is composed of two Hebrew words: "Adon" which means "Lord" or "Master" and "ai" which is a suffix that denotes possession or ownership. Together, the name Adonai means "My Lord" or "My Master".