Meaning:
Gift of God

Origin:
English, Hebrew

Fervid, Brazen, Irrepressible

The Ange;

Matthew in the Bible is one of the twelve disciples, or, apostles. He is also known by the name Levi, and was the son of Alphaeus. He wrote the first book of the New Testament, detailing the events of Jesus life.

Matthew is a variant of the Hebrew – Mattityahu, which means “gift of YHWH“.

The etymology shows the name was created from two root words:

mattan

Meaning Gift

Yah

a shortened from of YHWH – the God of the Hebrews

He a saint of many christian religions, whose symbol is an Angel. He is considered the patron saint of accountants.

Greek variations – Matthaios and Matthias are also nice, with a cultured and unique sound to them.

Latin form – Maccius is an even more distinct option, with nickname Max making it especially useable. As is feminine option Matthea (mah-TIA).