In biblical names, the name Beer-lahai-roi means: The well of him who lives and sees me.
El Roi (Biblical Hebrew: אֵל רֳאִי, romanized: ʾēl rŏʾî) is one of the names of God in the Hebrew Bible. It is used by Hagar in Genesis 16:13. Solomon b. Isaac translates it as “God of sight“, Joseph b. Isaac Bekhor Shor translates it “God saw me”, Abraham Ibn Ezra, Bahya b.
Lahai is a former Village Development Committee in Jajarkot District, Karnali Province, Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepalese census, it had a population of 4,442 living in 800 individual households.
Yahweh-Roi restores our soul. The Hebrew word “restore” means to bring back, reverse, lead back, refresh, repair, and return to the starting point.
As a born again believer, your precious name is now eternal! Later in the story, out of gratitude Hagar gives God a name: El Roi, the seeing God (Genesis 16:13). Interestingly, Hagar is the only person in the Bible—male or female, Jew or Gentile—who names God personally.
The name Beersheba comes from the Hebrew Be’er Sheva and means well of the seven or well of oaths.
The literal translation of Beer Lahai Roi is “the fountain of him who lives and sees me” or “the fountain of the vision of life”. However the name is translated, Hagar chose the place because God saw her situation and intervened to give her comfort and hope.
Genesis 16:14 “Therefore the well was called ‘Beer-lahai-roi; behold, it is between Kadesh and Bered.” Genesis 20:1 “And Abraham went from there to the land of the south, and dwelt between Kadesh and Shur; and he dwelt in Gerar.”
ˈɪʃ mi hand, -meɪ-Ishmael.
Rohi’s name meaning is life, soul. It has several Islamic meanings. The name comes from Hindi. The lucky number of the Rohi name is 7.
Hagar’s Encounter with God
In this encounter with God’s messengers, Hagar realizes that she is actually speaking with God, and she gives God a name, El Roi, “The God Who sees me?” Hagar is the only person in the Hebrew Bible who gives a name to God (Gen. 16:13).