Decoded Biblical Name

HOY 45
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HARVEY
גדעון
gidaon
DAWN
שחר
shachar

DIVINE 11 NUMBER
Identity verse
#641
Genesis 24:49
ועתה אם ישכם עשים חסד ואמת את אדני הגידו לי ואם לא הגידו לי ואפנה על ימין או על שמאל
And now if ye will deal kindly and truly with my master tell me; and if not tell me; that I may turn to the right hand or to the left.’

LIFE-PATH verse
#2855
Leviticus 6:1
וידבר יהוה אל משה לאמר
And the LORD spoke unto Moses saying:

Explanation שחר גדעון SHACHAR GIDAON

Was not ordered.

Identity of SHACHAR GIDAON

Was not ordered

Divine Number 11

In the works.

code2GOD ANALYSIS

Was not ordered

LIFE-PATH for SHACHAR GIDAON

Was not ordered

Elements aligning with the universe

Was not ordered

Internal

The surname Harvey is of English and French origin, and here are some key points about the name:
  • Derived from the Old English and Old French words "heri" meaning "army" and "beorht" meaning "bright" or "famous".
  • Originally referred to someone who was renowned for their military prowess or leadership.
  • In England, the name Harvey is most commonly found in the southern counties, particularly in Sussex and Hampshire.
  • The name Harvey symbolizes strength, courage, and leadership.
In Hebrew, the equivalent of Harvey could be הרבי (Harvi), which is a phonetic transliteration of the name.
Some possible Hebrew names with similar meanings to Harvey are:
  • חבר (Chaver) - means "friend" or "companion" (related to military camaraderie)
  • גבור (Gevurah) - means "strength" or "courage"
  • ניצן (Nitzan) - means "bright" or "shining"

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    "HARVEY" is a name with origins in both French and Celtic languages, and it has evolved over centuries into a common surname and given name. Here's an exploration of its origin, roots, evolution, and possible meanings:

    • French and Celtic Origin:

      • The name "HARVEY" is derived from the Breton name "Herve," which became popular in England due to the Norman Conquest. The Breton name "Herve" (or "Haerviu") originates from the elements "haer" (battle) and "viu" (worthy), translating to "battle worthy" or "worthy warrior."
      • This name was carried to England by Breton followers of William the Conqueror during the Norman invasion, where it became anglicized as "Harvey."
    • Evolution and Usage:

      • Historically, "HARVEY" was first used as a personal name and later evolved into a surname. It became widely used in English-speaking countries and has been borne by notable historical figures, enhancing its popularity and recognition.
      • The name conveys notions of strength and honor, traits associated with its etymological roots in battle and worthiness.

    OPTIONAL NAMES IN GOD's HOLY LETTERS OF THE ORIGINAL BIBLE

    1. Gideon (גִּדְעוֹן):

      • Meaning: "Hewer" or "great warrior."
      • Debate: Gideon, known for his role as a military leader and judge in the Bible, embodies the warrior spirit implied in "HARVEY." However, "Gideon" specifically refers to one who cuts down, which is more about action taken than the inherent worthiness of "HARVEY."
    2. Elihu (אֱלִיהוּ):

      • Meaning: "He is my God."
      • Debate: While Elihu doesn't directly translate to "battle worthy," his role in the Book of Job as a young man of wisdom who speaks on behalf of God’s justice aligns with the noble aspect of "HARVEY." This choice shifts the focus from physical battle to spiritual or moral worthiness.
    3. Joshua (יְהוֹשֻׁעַ):

      • Meaning: "God is salvation."
      • Debate: Joshua led the Israelites into the Promised Land, embodying both the warrior and the worthy aspects inherent in "HARVEY." However, the name Joshua emphasizes divine intervention and salvation, which might broaden the scope from personal valor to divine mission.

    These names from GOD's holy letters reflect different facets of the qualities associated with "HARVEY," highlighting aspects of valor, worthiness, and leadership. Each name provides a unique perspective on the martial and honorable connotations of the original name, connecting in various ways to the themes of battle and worthiness.


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