Alef And "Primordial One That Contains All Numbers"

Natalie Portman and fiancé Benjamin Millepied get an A-plus for the name they picked for their baby boy. They’ve reportedly named their baby boy “Aleph,” which is the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet. Aleph, born on June 14, will also take both his parents' surnames - Portman-Millipied. "Aleph" is the first letter in the Hebrew alphabet, and has possible meanings including "leader" and "the oneness of God." Closer to its religious roots in Judaic Kabbalah, it translates to "primordial one that contains all numbers." READ ALSO Natalie Portman's Baby A-list Name 'Alef' Revealed:

When she accepted her Best Actress Oscar earlier this year, she paid tribute to her French husband-to-be, saying: 'My beautiful love, Benjamin, who has now given me my most important role of my life.'

According to the Israel's Israel Hayom, the Oscar-winning actress gave birth to fiance Benjamin Millepied's child last month and she has honoured her Jewish roots by naming the boy after the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet. As first reported by the Israel Hayom newsletter, the name was revealed on the Israeli TV show Good Evening With Guy Pines. READ ALSO Natalie Portman's Baby A-list Name 'Alef' Revealed:
 
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