Rebecca meaning, origin, history | Meaning of name

Name: Rebecca No. of characters: 7 Gender: Girl Origin of Rebecca: English Italian Swedish Biblical Biblical Latin
How to pronounce Rebecca re-be-cca What does my name mean? Meaning of Rebecca: Bound, Tied, Captivating, Knotted Cord, To Tie, To Bind, Strong Combatant Hearty, English form of Rebekah (meaning: the Beguiling). Widely known through the novel (1938) by Daphne du Maurier.

Origin and Meaning

The name Rebecca is originated from Hebrew language which is feminine given name. Rebecca name is derived from verb (rbq) meaning (join, tie, snare). According to the Jones' Dictionary of Old Testament Proper Names and the NOBS Study Bible Name List, the name Rebecca means "captive beauty" or "to tie" or "to bind". In the Hebrew Bible, The matriarch Rebecca is the name of wife of Isaac and the mother of Jacob and Esau. After Protestant Reformation Rebecca is the name that comes in to use as a Christian name. Among the Puritans it was popular in 17th century.

Rebecca was ranked 897 in 2009 US male names list and elevated by 0.77% from its previous ranking of 904 in 2008. Rebecca was ranked 187 in 2015 list of US girls name and dropped by 3.31% from its previous ranking of 181 in 2014. Comes from the Hebrew "ribgah" Signfie "cow, heifer" If Day March 23.. On the first smiling, relaxed,Rebeccaare workaholics. Ambitious, voluntary, passionate,Rebeccamake every effort to ensure their professional success. Rebecca have many friends, but in reality,Rebeccaare independent and lonely women. Rebecca hate routine, never remain in place and conduct several projects at once. Intelligent, diplomats,Rebeccaknow how to ingratiate around them.

Full form of Rebecca : Religious Enterprising Bold Entertaining Composed Congenial Altruistic

Rebecca is a very very popular first name for a girl in England & Wales which is popular since 1996 and ranked 135 in 2014. Around 43287 people wear Rebecca as their first name. Rebecca is a very consistent name over the past 18 years.

Rebecca is a very very popular first name for a girl in United States which is popular since 1885 and ranked 187 (0.043135% bearer) in 2015 in US. Around 745956 people wear Rebecca as their first name. Rebecca is a rare first name for a boy in United States which is a rare name since 1909 and ranked 187 (0.043135% bearer) in 2015 in US. Only 745956 people have Rebecca as their first name. Rebecca is not a native United States and Rebecca may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name. 0.208669% of people in US have this given name.

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Expression number of Rebecca is 1.

Rebecca loves adventure and independence and possess determination and originality. Rebecca generally leads and direct others and likes to establishes their individual identity.

Names that rhyme with Rebecca Becca, Brecca, Caecca, Daecca, Debecca, Decca, Ebecca, Ecca, Fecca, Jamecca, Lamecca, Mecca, Paecca, Rabecca, Rbecca, Rebbecca, Rececca, Revecca, RobeccaFamous people named Rebecca
Rebecca L. Baldwin in Druid Peak as Actress
Rebecca Perry Cutter in Viper as Producer
Rebecca Rogers in Badge of Faith as Actress
Rebecca Mason in Fatal Crossroads as Actress
Rebecca Meis DeMarco in The Wolf of Wall Street as Art Department
Rebecca Mir in Tag 11: Die schwangere Kuh as
Rebecca Rees in Aladdin as Writer
Rebecca Robertson in O Little Town of West Monroe as
Rebecca Jordan in Tinselwood as Actress
Rebecca O'Flanagan in Shrooms as Producer
Rebecca Abe Stephanie Fey aka Rebecca Abe German writer and illustrator.
Actor Rebecca De Mornay, renowned for movie Risky Business
Names like Rebecca Rebecca Namesakes Related Names: Reba, Rebacca, Rebakah, Rebba, Rebbeca, Rebbecca, Rebbie, Rebcca, Rebe, Rebeca, Rebecaa, Rebecah, Rebecc, Rebeccaann, Rebeccah, Rebeccajo, Rebeccalynn, Rebecka, Rebeckah Posts having Rebecca: Comments :Rebecca is a female first name. The name comes from the Torah : The wife of Isaac, Rebecca ( Heb. רבקה Rivqah ), daughter of Bethuel and mother of Jacob and Esau in Genesis , the first book of the Bible, with the importance of ensnaring 'or, the compound creators' or by Ribhqeh , "connection" , "bond", but could also be derived from a name Aramaic. Traditionally the ' name day falls on September 23 in memory of the aforementioned Rebecca , Isaac's wife Variants: Rebeca, Rivkah, Rebeccah, Rebekah, Rebeka, Rebekah, Rebekka Rivka English was one of the names Christians who took to be used after the Protestant Reformation , and became popular among the Puritans during the seventeenth century. - Barbie Mullins Popularity of Rebecca

Updated on: June 26th, 2019
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