Abboid is a rare yet interesting name for both boys and girls. The name is Gaelic in origin, and the meaning of Abboid is ‘Abbey’s father’. Abboid is based on the name Abbey which is present in many western languages such as English and French. Abbey refers to a priest’s house, and Abboid could also be interpreted as someone living close to an Abbey. The name has been sparsely used throughout history to refer to workers who worked alongside priests or helped maintain a large estate. For many years, Abboid has been a gender-neutral name meaning parents gave the name to both boys and girls. People believe that a person named Abboid tends to be home-loving, obedient, and trustworthy. They are also self-disciplined, steady, and helpful. Abboid has seen a steady rise in use over the year due to shows such as ‘Downton Abbey’ and ‘Bridgerton’. If you are a parent with a deep interest in Victorian-era England, then Abboid is a great choice.