Yagel is a Hebrew name that means “to rejoice” or “to be glad.” This name is often given to boys, and it is derived from the Hebrew word “gil” which means “joy.” In the Torah, Yagel is mentioned as the father of Shammua, who was one of the twelve spies sent to scout out the land of Canaan. Yagel is a popular name in Jewish culture, and it is often assigned to boys who are born during joyful times or who bring happiness to their families. This name has evolved over time, and it is now spelled and pronounced differently in various regions. An interesting story related to this name is that there was a rabbi named Yagel who lived many years ago in Lithuania; he was known for his wisdom and humor, and many people named their children after him.


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