Asenath is a Hebrew name that means “belonging to the goddess Neith”. In The Torah, Asenath was an Egyptian woman who was given to Joseph as a wife. The name represents a connection to the divine and a close relationship with God. Throughout Jewish history, Asenath has been a popular name for girls, representing feminine strength, beauty, and closeness to the divine. In modern times, the name is still used, particularly among Orthodox Jewish families.

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