Carniya is a Hebrew name that means “horn of God”. This name is often associated with spiritual strength and the idea of being a protector or defender. In Jewish culture, the horn was used as a symbol of power and victory, and it is also often associated with the shofar, which is a type of horn that was used for religious purposes in ancient times. The name Carniya has evolved over time, and it is now commonly used as a modern Hebrew name for both boys and girls. One interesting anecdote related to the name Carniya is that it appears in some versions of The Torah as a variant of the name Aaron, who was Moses’s older brother and the first high priest of Israel.


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Baram, Bethel, Ephraim, Gidoni, Mazalit

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