Inherent Meaning: Resembling an eagle
Other Forms: Alera,Alerra, Aleria, Alerya, Alerah, Alerrah
Origin: South America Language: Arabic Thematic: Biblical Meaning: originated from the instrument lyre which was a type of harp played by King David to God. The American spelling is Alerah.
Spiritual Connotation: Psalmist, musician and songwriter
Taken from 1 Kings 10:12,” house the king’s lyres and harps the singers” It’s taken form type of instrument played in worship, King David Tabernacle: string instruments used were the Lyre, Harp, Lute, Psaltery, Trigon were Stringed Instruments ( Dan. 3:5,7,10,1). Combined with the Hebrew word Torah devise root word yarah which means to “shoot an arrow” or “hit the mark”; hence simply means learning about God and observing His ways. “Wake up, lyre and harp! I will wake the dawn with my song.” Psalm 108:2 “Praise the LORD with melodies on the lyre make music for him on the ten-stringed harp.”(Psalm 33:2)
David also commanded the chiefs of the Levites to appoint their brothers as the singers who should play loudly on musical instruments, on harps and lyre and cymbals, to raise sounds of joy. (1 Chronicles 15:16 )
Name means: musician and songwriter
a psalmist,joy, harmony and praise.