Jerahmeel

The name Jerahmeel (Hebrew יְרַחְמְאֵל, Greek ιραμεηλ) appears several times in the Tanakh. It means "He will obtain mercy of God" or "God pities" or "May God have compassion".

Read more about Jerahmeel:  Bearers of The Name, The Jerahmeelites, An Archangel, The Chronicles of Jerahmeel

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