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HebrewEdit

EtymologyEdit

Biblical. The first person listed as with this name is in Genesis 41:51 (English), so named "for God has caused me to forget...": the name literally means "one who causes [another] to forget" or "(I/you/he) causes (or is causing) [another] to forget". Attested to in Akkadian as 𒈨𒈾𒋛𒄿 (Menasii).

Proper nounEdit

מְנַשֶּׁה (menashém

  1. A male given name, transliterated as Manasseh

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