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Keziah

This cinnamon-scented name comes from the Old Testament—Keziah was one of Job’s daughters, and it was said that she and her sisters were beautiful beyond compare. It was popular among  slaves in pre-Civil War America and still has some popularity in the African-American community. Its Hebrew origins and spelling make it an alluring and exotic name choice.

Origin

  • hebrew: Cassia tree; cinnamon

Syllables: 3

Famous Namesakes:

Guitarist Keziah Jones

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