Nephilim Meaning and Origin

Nephilim is a boy’s name of Hebrew origin, meaning “the fallen ones.” The term “Nephilim” comes from the Hebrew Bible and is believed to refer to a group of giants or demigods who lived in the ancient world. The word itself is derived from the Hebrew root word “npl,” which means “to fall,” and is often translated as “fallen ones” or “those who fall upon others.” The Nephilim are mentioned in the Book of Genesis, in the context of the story of the Flood. According to the biblical narrative, the Nephilim were the offspring of the “sons of God” and the “daughters of men.” 

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