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Whether you’re looking for a name for your child, a new pet, or even a character in a story you’re writing, there are tons of ideas out there. We’ve compiled helpful guides of names and their meanings to inspire you, from A-Z lists to country-specific names and everything in between. Perhaps you want to find a name that aligns with your cultural heritage, you want to uncover the meaning of your family name, or maybe you want all your children to have names on a specific theme — whatever you’re looking for, we have hundreds of lists of names for any gender, style or language. Whether you want a name that’s unique or popular, traditional or modern, short or long; the perfect name for you is just a few clicks away.
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Hebrew

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Aabbee is a variant of the Hebrew name Abigail and is mostly given to girls. Aabbee is an easy name to pronounce. It is pronounced as ‘aaabiy’. The meaning of Aabbee is ‘my father rejoices' or 'my father is joyful’. Aabbee was a very popular name in the ‘90s and the early 200s. However, th...

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Hebrew

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The meaning of Aabel is 'breath or vapor'. The name has its origin in Hebrew. It is derived from the name Abel. Biblically Abel is the second son of Adam and Eve. The Greek word for Aabel is Habel. The lucky number of Aabel is three. So the person named Aabel is the one who gives hope to others who ...

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Hebrew

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Aabriella is a Hebrew origin name mostly used for naming baby girls. The name Aabriella has roots in French, Hebrew, Celtic and English languages. It is a variant of the biblical name Abrielle. The name Aabriella is not difficult to pronounce. It is pronounced as 'aaa-bri-yeh-lah'. The meaning of Aa...

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Hebrew

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Aahron is a firm and meaningful name that is usually given to boys. The meaning of Aahron is 'mountain of strength' or 'enlightened', and it is a variation of the English name Aaron. Aahron is a very uncommon, almost rare, name because most parents choose to name their children Aaron. The few people...

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