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Origin: Georgia
Region Origin: Western Asia

Eli is a gender-neutral name of Hebrew origin, meaning "height" or "ascended". It is also a biblical name that refers to "my God". As a standalone name, Eli is derived from the Hebrew word "עֵלִי" which means "ascent". The name has two different meanings, both originating in the Hebrew Bible. In addition to its Hebrew origins, Eli can also be an abbreviated term for other names, such as Elliot and Elijah. In Scandinavia, it is a short form of names like Elisabet, Elin, and Helena, which are unrelated to the masculine Hebrew name Eli. The name Eli has a long history and has been associated with various notable figures throughout time, such as the Old Testament priest Eli who cared for the prophet Samuel.

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