Abbi meaning and origin
Infrequent unisex name Abbi means "Joy of My Father or Father's Joy". Its origin is in Hebrew, Turkish and Old French is used majorly in Norwegian, English, Icelandic, Danish, Tamil, Old Norse and Swedish. Abbi is version of predominant and biblical Abbey. Abbey is Irish and English cognate of Abigail. Offbeat Abbey has its origin in Hebrew, Abbey means "Joy of My Father and My Father Rejoices". Abbi is form of noteworthy and biblical Abi. Abi is variation of desirable and biblical Abbey. Abi is an abridged form of Abraham. Origin of Curious Abi is in Hebrew, Old French and Turkish, meaning of Abi is "My Father, Joy of My Father and All". Abbi is Old Norse form of Ábiǫrn.
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Popularity of Abbi
A common name in England and Wales having over 1147 recievers in 21 years of usage. At the peak of its usage in 2000, 103 girls were bestowed the name and it was ranked at 330th position. Abbi is a familiar baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1957 and was able to reach the top 2000 names. In 2003, it ranked 1844th when 100 girl were named Abbi. There are over 2014 babies that have been given the name Abbi in United States.
Abbi is an uncommon baby name in Ireland, chances of it being still in use are very slim. Also, Abbi is a familiar name in England, India, Nigeria, Indonesia and Ghana. At least, 3000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our evaluation.
What numerology tells about Abbi?
Not everyone wishes you well. And instead of focusing on making them happy, focus on making yourself happy first. You don't bother with explaining much because people hear only what they want to hear. Unexpected problems boost your confidence and raise your adrenaline because you look at them as ways to prove you can handle just about everything coming on your way. Stop giving people chances and show them where the door is instead.
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- Jeny - Timeless and Noteworthy Jeny is used mostly in English and Tamil given to baby girls has its origin in Hebrew and Latin. Jeny is English equivalent of Jennifer. Also Jeny is form of Jenny in English language
- Amaraja - Originated from Sanskrit, Amaraja generally bestowed upon both genders, Amaraja means "A Sacred River or Daughter of the Gods" is used principally in Telugu, Hindi and Indian
- Sharmeela - Origin of Sharmeela is in Sanskrit, meaning of Sharmeela is "Shy or Shining" used in Tamil and Arabic is a baby girl name
Namesakes of Abbi
- Abbi House in Respite Care as Actress
- Abbi Crutchfield in The Mystery of the Terminal Tenant as Actress
- Abbie Hayes in The Stone Head as Actress
- Abbie de Vera-Jackson in The World of Holly Woodlands as Producer
- Abbie Finner in The Adventures of Mickey Matson and the Copperhead Treasure as Actress
- Abbie Mae Chapman in Baby's Back in Town as
- Abbie Steele in Essex Boys: Law of Survival as Actress
- Abbie Gayle in The Devil Has a Face as Actress
- Abbi Jacobson is noted for her acting in TV series Broad City
- Abbi Butler, from 2018 horror movie The Odds, who portrayed The Player.
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