feminine Āstártē

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Name Root:
(Astártē) ('Ashtoret) (Ištar)
This name derives from the Ancient Greek, Hebrew, and Akkadian (Babylonian) “(Astártē) (‘Ashtoret) (Ištar).” Astarte is the Greek name of a goddess known throughout the Eastern Mediterranean from the Bronze Age to Classical times. It is one of many names associated with the chief goddess or female divinity of those peoples. The Old Persian Stāra means “star,” more likely from the name of the Babylonian goddess of love, adopted as an English name in the 17th-century. The biblical Queen Esther is associated with the Hebrew word Ḥadaṣah “myrtle.” It has remained a popular name in some Jewish communities. According to the bible, she was a Jewish queen of the Persian king Ahasuerus. The name given in the Old Testament to the old Semitic mother-goddess called in Phenicia, Ashtarte; in Babylonia, Ishtar; and in Arabia, Athtar.


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Numerological Values: #3

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Chakra Number: #3
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