Almana is a name of Hebrew origin that means “widow”. This name is steeped in cultural and religious significance, as Judaism places great importance on the care and protection of widows. In the Torah, there are many references to widows as being among the most vulnerable members of society, and there are numerous commandments that require Jews to provide for the needs of widows. Therefore, naming a child Almana can serve as a reminder of the importance of empathy and compassion for those in need.

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