quite an auspicious name. Talia is a contraction of two Hebrew words (tal and y-uh), and means "dew of Gd." Dew and rain are both considered great divine blessings, both mentioned many times in the Bible. Of the two, however, dew is considered a greater blessing. This is for several reason, one being that dew is constant, while rain is less dependable. Another advantage of dew is that it is always a blessing, whereas rain is not. Rain can fall to the extent that it is damaging, while dew brings only good.Chrear endidic texts explain that rain and dew are both metaphors for divine bounty. Rain isn't a constant, at times there are droughts, because the divine blessing symbolized by rain is dependent on human effort and meritwhich aren't always constant. Dew, on the other hand, represents Gd's kindness that isn't contingent on our actions or behavior, the kindness that stems from His unceasing and immutable love for His children.Wishing you that your daughter and by extension your entire family always be blessed with this tremendous blessing,
a gift from GOD:)
The dew on the grrear end in the morning.
The dew from heaven
I've heard of the meaning "heavens dew" I have also heard that Talia was the name of an Angel that through rose pedals at Jesus' feet. Either way, I love my name!
yea it is the awesome
well i know a girl named talia and shes my BEST FRIEND IN THE WHOLE ENTIRE WORLD!!!! Shes really kind sensitive loving pretty and def. makes me happy but shes also really smart strong willed and has a kind of peppery temper sooooo i guess tht she measures up to the standard (1000 times over) lol
It's my name too and I def. Do not have blonde hair!
it means the most amazing beautiful kind loving person in the world thats for u talia!!! P.S. wasnt it just 7:58 2 min. ago? ~written at 7:59 :D
That's my name and i dont have blond hair and i dont dress like a skank...i agree with the other Talia you people are mean.
thank you nd it's funny my mom told me that when I was little :) bye