In this list you can find the most popular Hebrew  baby names for the year of 2010. This list is based on info from the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) of Israel.

Top 10 Popular Hebrew Baby Names For Boys

Noam (נועם) – Pleasantness, graciousness, loveliness.

Ittai (איתי) – This was the name of one of King David’s friends (2 Samuel 15, 19-22).

Ori (אורי) – My light.

Daniel (דניאל) – A name of few figures from the bible.

Jonathan (יונתן) – The meaning of the name is “god gave”.

David (דוד) – David was Israel’s second king and King Solomon’s father.

Ido (עידו) – A known name from the bible.

Moses (משה) – Meaning of Moses is “saviour”. Also possibly (Hebrew) “drawn out of the water”.

Joseph (יוסף) – The son of Jacob who, sold by his brothers into slavery, rose to become a supreme power in Egypt.

Ariel (אריאל) – The meaning of Ariel is “lion of God”.

Tomer (תומר) – Is from the Hebrew meaning “palm tree”, and signifying “tall, statuesque.”

Top 10 Popular Hebrew Baby Names For Girls

Noa (נועה) – Noa was one of the daughters of Zelophehad, a descendent of Menasseh.

Shira (שירה) – Poetry.

Yael (יעל) – A kind of a mountain goat.

Tamar (תמר) – Palm tree.

Maya (מאיה) – Derived of the name of the month “May”.

Talia (טליה) – It is of Hebrew and Aramaic origin, and the meaning of Talia is “heaven’s dew; lamb”.

Sarah (שרה) – The meaning of Sarah is “princess”. Bible: Sarah shared an adventurous nomadic life with her husband Abraham.

Hila (הילה) – Aura, radiance.

Michal (מיכל) – Michal was King Saul’s daughter and one of King David’s wives.

Adi (עדי) – Jewel, ornament.

Maayan (מעיין) – Spring, fountain.