Meaning of Eliezer
and the Origins of this baby name
The name Eliezer has the following meaning:
Help of God.
It is a male name, suitable for baby boys.
As a baby boy name, Eliezer is currently not a popular baby name in the USA.
The following chart shows the popularity of the name Eliezer in the USA, over the past 100 years.
The name Eliezer is pronounced as eh-lee-eh-zur
The following names are baby names related to Eliezer and are suitable names for brothers and sisters of Eliezer: Boys - Doron
, Girls - Eliana
, Both genders - Dagen
Popular Variants for the name Eliezer: Elazar
We think the name Eliezer should fall under the following style category: Traditional
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Based on our research, most people would imagine a person with the name Eliezer to be: Dashing, romantic and wealthy
In one word, you might describe Eliezer as a(n) "dashing
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The names of some famous persons by the name Eliezer
(or its variants) are:Eli Wallach
, born on 7 December, a famous actor. Eli Wallach's background: An BAFTA, Tony Award and Emmy Award winning and Golden Globe nominated American film, TV and stage actor, who gained fame in the late 1950s; for his performance in Baby Doll he won a BAFTA Award for Best Newcomer and a Golden Globe nomination. One of his most famous roles is that of Tuco in The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Other roles include his portrayal of Don Altobello in The Godfather Part III.Eli Whitney
, born on 8 December, a famous inventor. Eli Whitney's background: An American inventor best known as the inventor of the cotton gin. This was one of the key inventions of the industrial revolution and shaped the economy of the antebellum South.Elie Wiesel
, born on 30 September, a famous public figure. Elie Wiesel's background: Born in 1928. He was born in Sighet, Transylvania (now Romania). The professor, journalist and humanitarian, who survived both Auschwitz and Buchenwald, was awarded the Nobel Prize for peace in 1986. In addition, he has received over 100 honorary degrees. His memoir, Night (1958), was universally acclaimed.