In reading a post above, this thought hit me:
I know Nimrod's name in Hebrew means "Let's rebel".
I've seen this same type statement numerous times. "So-and-so's name, which means XXXXX ..." And amazingly the person's name means or describes what they just did (see quote above). Co-incidence? Hmmm...
Did this person already have this name and just started doing what his name implies, or did the goat farmers that wrote the bible happen to make the name of the person they were writing about just mean the same? (Did that make sense?)
Like what came first -- the chicken (aka "She whom layeth the eggs") or the egg?
Inquiring minds want to know!