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Religion: Hindu How to pronounce Abigail a-bi-gail What does my name mean?
Meanings: My Father Is Joy Head of a Monastery Father's Joy Gives Joy The Intelligent Father of Exaltation Father in Rejoicing English name of Hebrew origin, meaning: the Father hath rejoiced. Particularly widespread in Australia and the USA. Namesake: Susan Abigail Sarandon, American actress.
Full form of Abigaïl : Accomodating Balanced Imaginative Generous Amiable Level-Headed
Abigaïl is not a native United States and Abigaïl may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name.
History of Abigail
Biblical character, Abigail, wife of Nabal, living in Karmel, in the kingdom of Judah, ten centuries before Jesus Christ. She rescues David and gives him a great future. Dazzled by all its qualities, the king marries her after the death of Nabal.
Expression number of Abigaïl is 5. Of independant temperament, they are women full of energy. Abigaïl love adventure, excitement and freedom. Very imaginative, creative, they adapt easily to new situations. Abigaïl are clever, quick-witted and unusually adaptable. They love adventure, the unexpected, it has to move. Abigaïl are capable of doing anything they wish for. Their lack of patience is their weak point. Generous, welcoming, they render service without counting.
Names that rhyme with Abigail Famous people named Abigail
Abigail Kubeka in Knock-Out as Actress
Abigail Arundel in Child Hunt as Actress
Abigail McConnell in Truth in Shadows as Actress
Abigaile Johnson in My Private Tutor as Actress
Abigail Joven in Manolis as Actress
Abigail Hart in Episode dated 4 March 2004 as Actress
Abigail Haley in Moments of Clarity as Actress
Abigail Murphy in Kendra Wilkinson as Actress
Abigail Olegski in The Diary as Actress
Abigail Johnson in City of Parks as Sound DepartmentNames like Abigail Abigail Namesakes Related Names: Abi Abia Abiageal Abiah Abian Abianna Abibail Abid Abida Abidan Abie Abiegail Abiel Abiela Abiella Abiezer AbigaÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â«l AbigaÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â«lle AbigaÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â¯l Abigael Posts having Abigail: References for Abigail:
Abigail Dominguez, character in TV Series En cuerpo ajeno Comments :Kum Kivi Abigail is a female first name Hebrew origin. Abigail is a unisex name. In the Tanakh , the Hebrew Bible, the name אֲבִיגַיִל, (comes 'abīgayil , Abigail) for two different women before: for a daughter of Jesse ( 1 Chr 2.16 to 17 EU ) and sister of David and for the wife of Nabal , the one later Women David is ( 1 Sam 25 EU ). In the Jewish tradition, the widow of Nabal deemed prophetess. In addition, the variant אֲבִיגַל (exists 'abīgal , Abigail) as the name of the daughter of Nahas and mother of Amasa ( 2 Sam 17,25 EU ). The name is composed of אָב 'AV ' father 'and the root גיל gjl "rejoice, rejoice". Abigail can thus be translated as "my father shout" or "my father is joy". But it is interpreted sometimes as "principal of the dance" and "Vortänzerin".
In Germany, the name comes before the 16th century, but only sporadically. In the US and in Australia, however, the name is very popular. For example, he was in Australia in 2004 at No. 3 of the most awarded female names, 2005 in the USA 4th place.
Variants of the name: Abigail, diminutive: Abbie, Abby (variants: Abagael, Abagail, Abagale, Abageal, Abagil, Abaigael.
Popularity of Abigail
Abigail, character in Film Red State
Abigail, character in Film Joe + Belle
Abigail, character in TV Film Onion News Empire
Abigail, character in Film Snow Bunny
Abigail, character in Film Tomorrow: Genesis