Basya is a Hebrew name that means “daughter of God”. In the Torah, Basya was the daughter of Pharaoh who saved the life of Moses when he was a baby by taking him in and raising him as her own. Her name became a symbol of compassion, charity, and divine intervention, and it is often given to girls with the hope that they will embody these virtues. Basya is also a popular name among Sephardic Jews and is often used alongside other Hebrew or Arabic names to create a beautiful and unique combination.

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