Jaalam is a name from the Bible and also a Hebrew boy's name. It has many meanings including to be hidden, a young man, counselor, heir. The name is transliterated in a variety of ways in English including Yalam, Jalam and Yaalam.
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JAALAM is a variant spelling of YAALAM from the Hebrew, meaning WHOM GOD HIDES (Gesenius, William. 1979. Tr. Samuel Tregelles. Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Lexicon to the Old Testament Scriptures. Grand Rapids:Baker Book House. 356b). Variant spelling - YAALAM, JALAM, YALAM
Hebrew Bible name - Jaalam was a son of Esau and brother of Eliphaz, Reuel, Jeush, Korah ( Genesis 36:5; 1 Chronicles 1:35).
The Hebrew Letters featured in this piece are Yud Ayin Lamed Mem sophit. Taken together, and reading from right to left, they spell JAALAM.