Noah is a classic name with biblical roots. It is Hebrew in origin and first became popular as a first name following the Protestant Reformation. In the Bible, Noah was chosen by God to build the great ark that saved two of each animal from the floods. Once the flood was over, God sent him a rainbow to signify a new covenant.
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