The baby name Yocheved is a girl name, 3 syllables long and is pronounced "yo-KEH-ved".
Yocheved is Hebrew in Origin.
Yocheved is a Hebrew name that means "God is glory" or "God's honor". It is a biblical name that appears in the Old Testament as the name of Moses' mother. Yocheved was a brave and resourceful woman who saved her son's life by placing him in a basket and sending him down the Nile River. The name Yocheved is often associated with strength, courage, and devotion to God.
The name Yocheved is typically given to girls. It is pronounced yo-KEH-ved, with the emphasis on the second syllable. The name is composed of two Hebrew words: yocher, which means "glory" or "honor", and yad, which means "hand". The name Yocheved is a popular name among Jewish families and is often given to girls born during the holiday of Passover, which celebrates the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt.
The origin of the name Yocheved can be traced back to ancient Hebrew culture. It is a name that has been passed down through generations of Jewish families and is still popular today. The name Yocheved is a reminder of the strength and courage of Moses' mother, who risked her life to save her son. It is a name that carries with it a sense of pride and honor, and is often given to girls who are expected to be strong and courageous like Yocheved.
Yocheved has the following similar or variant Names
- Yochved |
- Yocheved |
- Yochavit |
- Yochevet |