In Hebrew ben means "son of." What biblical name means "son of
the right hand" in Hebrew?
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The name Benjamin derives from the Hebrew Binyamin , son of the right hand, which in
turn derives from ben, son of, and
yamin, right hand. It can also be interpretted
to mean "son of the south" Note: If your culture
looks east, the south is on the right..
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