Bati is a diminutive form of the Hebrew name Batya, which means “daughter of God”. This name is borne by a figure in the Book of Exodus, where she is the daughter of Pharaoh who rescues Moses from the Nile river. Over time, the name Batya became associated with redemption and salvation, as she is credited with saving Moses’ life and enabling him to lead the Jewish people out of slavery in Egypt. Bati is a playful and affectionate nickname that is still commonly used in Jewish families today.


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