I am not highlighting this, because it is not something that deserves the attention to be "promoted by an Admin". but I would like to pose this anyhow.
I would like to suggest/ask about creating a category for People in the Bible with Theophoric names. A theophoric name is a name that has the name of God or a god embedded into it. This most commonly is found in names with an "El" (the Hebrew generic word for god) and "iah" or "yah" (abbrievations for Yahweh). There are some exceptions to this. Other examples are names with the word "baal" in it like Ethbaal, Jerubaal and the names of other gods.
This defintely can be a category- it's not out of the question. My question is what naming convention or phrasing should be used for the category? It needs to have simplicity, but convey the full meaning. It may require a category name that is a bit longer like "People with Theophoric Names" or "Theophoric People" (what I am leaning towards).
Eventually a list of biblical theophory, perhaps to counter Wikipedia's list (since they being a general encyclopedia probably don't need one and we could certaintly do better). This is not something to focus on now, but is something to think of for the future (maybe it could be devised after extentsive categorization for this takes place). This shouldn't be a comprehensive categorization effort at this point, but at least notable. Of course this could also stem many sub-categories divided by testament and types of theophory (El theophory, Yahweh theophory, Baal theophory).