Daya is a Hebrew name that means “kindness.” It’s a feminine name that has been popular among Jews for generations. The name’s origin can be traced back to The Torah, where it appears as “Dina.” Dina was the daughter of Jacob and Leah, and she was known for her kindness and compassion. Daya is a modern take on Dina, and it honors the importance of kindness and compassion in Jewish culture. The name is a popular choice among Jewish parents who want to give their daughter a name that reflects their values.


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Orni, Porat, Sheli-Ya, Yam, Yichiya

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