Bonian is a Hebrew name that means “son of the sea” or “sea monster”. It is derived from the Hebrew word “b’ni” which means “my son” and “yam” which means “sea”. In Jewish culture, the sea is often associated with power and majesty, and the name Bonian is often given to children who are seen as strong and formidable. The name has also been used in Jewish folklore to describe sea creatures such as Leviathan, which were believed to have mystical powers.


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Bonfet, Nochel, Pazya, Reine, Yizkor

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