The baby name Edom is a unisex name, 2 syllables long and is pronounced "EE-dum".
Edom is Hebrew in Origin.
Edom is a biblical name that means "red" or "ruddy". It is derived from the Hebrew word "Edom" which refers to the reddish color of the soil in the region of Edom. In the Bible, Edom is also the name of a nation descended from Esau, the twin brother of Jacob. The Edomites were known for their skill in metalworking and were often in conflict with the Israelites. The name Edom is mentioned numerous times in the Old Testament.
The name Edom is considered to be a unisex name, although it is more commonly used for boys. It is pronounced as EE-dum. The name has been in use since biblical times and has been popular among Jewish and Christian communities. In recent years, the name has become less common, but it still holds a strong historical and religious significance.
The origin of the name Edom can be traced back to the ancient Hebrew language. The name is composed of two Hebrew letters, "aleph" and "dalet", which together form the word "Edom". The name is also related to the Hebrew word "adam", which means "man". The name Edom has been used in various forms and variations in different cultures and languages, including Edmond, Edmund, and Edwina.
Edom has the following similar or variant Names
- Idumea |
- Idumaea |
- Edomites |
- Edomia |
- Edomitis |
- Edomitic |
- Edomite |
- Edomitish |