What does Aaban mean?Gender: Boy Origin of Aaban: Arabic Meanings: 'God is Fair, Justice of the Lord, 8th Persian Month, Righteousness of God, Angel of Iron, From Zedekiah, Of an Ang' Religion: Muslim How to pronounce Aaban aa-ban
Aaban was ranked 916 in 2015 list of US boys name and dropped by 0.66% from its previous ranking of 910 in 2014. Aaban is an arabic or muslim names used commonly in islamic countries but its still a rare name in US.
Full form of Aaban : Active Accomodating Bashful Admirable Nice
Aaban is a rare first name for a boy in United States which is a rare name since 2007 and ranked 916 (0.000379% bearer) in 2015 in US. Only 87 people have Aaban as their first name. 0.000024% of people in US have this given name. Aaban is a also very rare first name for boys with occurences in England & Whales which is a rare name since 2007 and ranked 2319 in 2015. Only 97 people have Aaban as their first name. The name came into global existence since 2007 however the name is still used seldom but is consistent over the past 7 years, Aaban reached its maximum potential in 2014 when 36 babies were given the name but then again experienced downhill in ranking. The low popularity ranking of Aaban is due to the fact that Aaban is not a native name and is originated from Arabic language and is much popular in Islamic or Arabic speaking countries.Complete history of Aaban
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Expression number of Aaban is 1.
Aaban loves adventure and independence and possess determination and originality. Aaban generally leads and direct others and likes to establishes their individual identity.Names that rhyme with Aaban Famous people named Aaban
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