Serchi is a Hebrew name which means “my prince” or “my master”. One of the most notable figures in Judaism with this name is Rabbi Yitzhak Isaac Serchi who was a prominent Talmudic scholar and commentator of the 17th-18th centuries. Serchi was widely respected for his intellectual prowess as he authored several works on the Talmud and Jewish law. He provided a comprehensive analysis of the Mishnah and other rabbinic texts. In modern times, Serchi is often used in Jewish communities as a name of respect or affection.


Similar Names:

These names have a similar theme to Serchi:

Avidror, Evenezer, Foks, Metzo, Rebecca

Preview / Public Beta

To find out more about what we’ve got planned, check out our sneak peek!

We’d love to hear your thoughts about this site, its current features, and planned future tools.

Find a name

Start typing the name you are looking for

Contact Us

Need to suggest a name? Find an error? Feel free to reach out and let us know!