Esther is a name that is derived from the Persian word "stara," which means "star." It is a popular name in the Hebrew Bible, where Esther is the name of a Jewish queen who is known for her bravery and wisdom. In the Bible, Esther is the main character in the book of Esther, which is part of the Hebrew Bible and the Christian Old Testament. According to the story, Esther was a Jewish woman who was chosen to be the queen of Persia, a powerful empire in ancient times. She used her position to save her people from a plot to exterminate them, and her actions are celebrated in the Jewish holiday of Purim. The name Esther is also popular in many other cultures and languages, and it has been used as a given name for girls around the world. In addition to its religious significance, the name is often associated with beauty, intelligence, and strength.
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