Blima is a Hebrew name that means “blossom” or “flower”. This name was commonly given to baby girls in Jewish families because it symbolizes new beginnings, growth, and beauty. Blima also has a special significance in Jewish culture as the name of a famous Jewish midwife who lived in the 16th century. Her remarkable skills and dedication to her craft made her a beloved figure in her community, and her name has come to represent compassion and healing.


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Adiv, Mitia, Nur, Sharoni, Tzuri

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