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How to pronounce Deborah de-bo-rah What does my name mean? Meaning of Deborah: Bee, To Speak Kind Words, Hebrew, Queen Bee, Hebrew origin, spread internationally, meaning: Bee. From the Bible Deborah is known as a prophet and judge who sang a song in praise of God named after her after a victorious battle. Namesake: Deborah Kerr, British actress.
Deborah was ranked 777 in 1990 list of US boys name and dropped by 3.74% from its previous ranking of 749 in 1989. Deborah was ranked 629 in 2015 list of US girls name and dropped by 3.11% from its previous ranking of 610 in 2014. Comes from the Hebrew "déborah" Means "Bee" If the party 6 or 21 September.. Deborah are sincere and deeply hate lying. Straight, serious,Deborahsometimes lack a bit of humor. Deborah are courageous, hardworking and recovering constantly in question. Still dissatisfied,Deborahseek to do better. Their charm, femininity and their actual sensitivity makes them endearing and faithful women.
Full form of Deborah : Daredevil Eager Balanced Obedient Rational Accepting Happy
Deborah is a very consistent name over the past 18 years.
Deborah is a very very popular first name for a girl in United States which is popular since 1937 and ranked 629 (0.008733% bearer) in 2015 in US. Around 741302 people wear Deborah as their first name. Deborah is a rare first name for a boy in United States which is a rare name since 1880 and ranked 629 (0.008733% bearer) in 2015 in US. Only 741302 people have Deborah as their first name. Deborah is not a native United States and Deborah may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name. 0.207367% of people in US have this given name.
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Expression number of Deborah is 8.
Deborah has the potential to attain power and authority in their life. Deborah are skilled and efficient who enjoys rivalries and Deborah does not back away from working hard to achieve what they have resolved in their mind
Names that rhyme with Deborah
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Deborah Atkinson in Another 48 Hrs. as Actress
Deborah Manship in The Greatest Show in the Galaxy: Part Two as Actress
Deborah Warner in The Last September as Director
Deborah Stanford in La ragazza con la pistola as Actress
Deborah Goodwin in Vampires in Venice as Writer
Deborah Voigt in Puccini: La Fanciulla del West as Actress
Deborah Bernstein in The Journey Begins as Production Manager
Deborah Alexander in Midnight in Paris as Miscellaneous Crew
Deborah Carpio in Kesong puti as Actress
Deborah Corday in The Game of Their Lives as Actress
Deborah Allen is an American singer of country music.
Deborah Kerr is notable for her acting in movie Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison Names like Deborah Deborah Namesakes Related Names: Deb, Deba, Debanhi, Debanhy, Debany, Debar, Debara, Debarah, Debarh, Debaroh, Debb, Debbe, Debbee, Debbera, Debbey, Debbi, Debbie, Debbora, Debborah, Debborrah
Posts having Deborah: Comments :Debora or Deborah is a female first name. The name is Hebrew (דְּבוֹרָה, dəvorah) and means bee or "דְּברָ" speech and "ה" Word of God. In the Bible there are two persons of this name: In Gen 35,8 EU so is the nurse of Rebekah . Importantly, however, the judge Deborah , also called prophetess is called. In the book of Judges is told as the people of Israel leads to an important victory. That is what the famous Song of Deborah, one of the oldest pieces of the Hebrew Bible. This is one of the few prophets of the Bible and the only woman among the judges of Israel. The Deborah number in rheology was derived therefrom.
The name has long been common among the Jews , and was used for the first time in English by the Puritans , after the Protestant Reformation. Has established itself in Italy initially in the postwar period, thanks to the popularity of various actresses such calls, especially Deborah Kerr, and stars of various successive soap operas, and then again from 1860 , for the success of the song Fausto Leali Deborah; It came mainly in the North , especially in Tuscany and Emilia-Romagna.
Variants: Debbi , Debbie , Debby (English), Dvora (Hebrew), Debbos, Debo (German nickname), Debi (German / South Tyrol), Debra (English), Debs (English), Deby (German / Switzerland), Depke (Low German), Debira - Phylicia Braman Popularity of Deborah