Bonfet is a Hebrew name that means “good deed” or “virtue”. It is derived from the Hebrew words “tov” which means “good” and “ma’aseh” which means “deed” or “act”. In Jewish culture, the concept of performing good deeds is emphasized as an important aspect of leading a virtuous life. The name Bonfet has been used throughout Jewish history and is often given to children in the hopes that they will grow up to be individuals who engage in charitable acts and help others in need.


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Abrushke, Aleph, Pesil, Yafet, Zarah

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