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Do you keep Hebrew name on birth certificate?
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Post Thu, Jun 24 2021, 12:16 am
I know people who did all different things.

For a kid Shlomo Dovid you’ll find some people use Solomon, some use David (bc Solomon is a little atypical), some use Shlomo, some use Shloimie, some use Steven. It’s really a preference and IMO no right if wrong

For us personally-
ODD- Hebrew and English are the same, and it’s relatively easy to pronounce (think Elisheva)
DS- his Hebrew name doesn’t really have an English version (think Baruch), so we chose a random English name we like that’s totally unrelated
YDD- goes by her last Hebrew name , but her English name is her first Hebrew name which translates directly into English. Like her name is Esther Leeba , she goes by Leeba, and her English name is Esther
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Post Thu, Jun 24 2021, 3:24 pm
amother [ Broom ] wrote:
I can’t figure out the second one ?

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Post Thu, Jun 24 2021, 5:18 pm
essie14 wrote:

Ahhh I was thinking only
Boy names! Thanks Smile
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Post Thu, Jun 24 2021, 5:25 pm
I put full hebrew names on birth certificates and insurance etc. Much easier than having to remember which kid goes by what name legally
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