Noam

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Noam (Hebrew: נועם‎‎) is a Hebrew name which means "pleasantness" and while started as the male version of the female No'omi — (English: "Naomi" or "Noemi") today it is a very common Hebrew name for both males and females alike.

People with the given name Noam[edit]

Political activism[edit]

Television and film[edit]

  • Noam Gonick, film director
  • Noam Pitlik, television director and character actor
  • Noam Zylberman, Israeli-born voice actor best known for the voice of Split Kit from the Garbage Pail Kids

Music[edit]

  • Noam Pikelny, American banjoist
  • Noam Kaniel, a singer best known for performing the theme song to Code Lyoko
  • Noam Jacobson, Israeli singer, songwriter and actor, member of group Latma

Sports[edit]

Other fields[edit]

People with the surname Noam[edit]

  • Eli Noam, professor at Columbia University

See also[edit]