Amram Amram was the father of Moses, and the leader of the Jewish people in the generation preceding the Exodus from Egypt.Amram means "mighty nation." (see Exodus ) Ariel Ariel means "lion of God" (Isaiah 29:1).
Amos means "loaded" or "crowded," referring to his vast wisdom.The Talmud relates that upon meeting the High Priest of the Temple in Jerusalem, Alexander dismounted and bowed to him.(Alexander rarely, if ever, bowed to anyone.) Alexander explained that he had seen the High Priest in a dream, which he interpreted as a good omen.Rabbi Akiva committed himself to Torah study, and went on to become the greatest sage of his generation, with 24,000 students learning under him at one time.(variation: Akiba) Alexander This name originated with Alexander the Great, King of Macedonia.