Abigayl meaning and origin
Used in Danish, Swedish, English and Norwegian unheard-of, Abigayl came from Hebrew, Abigayl means "God is My Joy" is used as a baby girl name . Abigayl is a variant form of perennial and eminent Abigail. Abigail is equivalent of Abigael in German and English languages. Outlandish Abigail came from Hebrew, meaning of Abigail is "Father in Rejoicing, My Father Rejoices Joy of My Father and God is My Joy". The name is celebrated on December 29th.
Variants of AbigaylNames that rhyme with Abigayl
Popularity of Abigayl
Abigayl is an uncommon baby name in United States, although it has been in use since 1990 but could not make beyond the top 6000. Over 345 people have been named Abigayl in United States. Also, Abigayl is a familiar name in Mexico. As per our research, over 300 people has been named Abigayl globally.
Numerological analysis of Abigayl
You never come up with a plan to achieve something but make your way as you go. You have to stay as you are – determined and self-confident to realize your goals. You play with people's emotions when it comes to romantic relationships because of the fear of betrayal. You are passionate when it comes to relationships but cool off too easily. You are always in the center of attention and the one who stands for what's right.
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- Wemund is equivalent of Vímundr in Danish language
- Blesse largely is used in Danish and Old Danish is used as a baby boy name. Blesse is Danish cognate of Blesa
- Göran - The boy name Göran is used in Scandinavian and Finnish has its roots in Old Greek, Göran means "Earthworker or Farmer"
- Paneeraq is used mainly in Danish, Greenlandic and Swedish is a baby girl name. Paneeraq is Greenlandic form of Panêraĸ
Namesakes of Abigayl
We could not find any notable namesake.