Anibal name meaning

✍  Updated on: March 15th, 2023
Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Phoenician
Usage: Portuguese and Spanish
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Anibal a-ni-bal
Meaning: Grace of Baal
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What does Anibal mean?

Admired Anibal has its origin in Phoenician, Anibal means "Thanks to the God Baal" which is used largely in Portuguese and Spanish is aimed at both boys and girls. Anibal is variant of famous and ever lasting Hannibal.

Hannibal's meaning is Thanks to the God Baal, Grace of God Baal and Grace of Bal Or Gracious Gift from Bal is originated from Phoenician.

Is the name Anibal suitable for a newborn?

Anibal is a melodious and unique name for baby boys that originated in Spain, meaning "Grace of God". This name has an alluring sound to it and is not very common, which makes it stand out from other traditional names.

Anibal has a charismatic flair to it that exudes strength and confidence. Its Spanish roots add a touch of exoticism to the name, making it all the more alluring. Those who bear this name will undoubtedly have an air of grace about them, thanks to its deeply spiritual meaning.

Overall, Anibal is an ideal choice for parents who want something meaningful yet distinctive for their little bundle of joy.

How do I pronounce Anibal?

The three syllabled name Anibal is commonly pronounced as a-ni-bal.

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How popular is the name Anibal?

Anibal is a familiar baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1914 and was able to reach the top 1000 names. In 1976, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 914 on boy names chart when 92 babies were named Anibal.

Over 3688 people have been named Anibal in United States. Anibal is an uncommon baby name in France, in use since 1963, peaked in 1970 when it ranked 966th and last appeared in 1995.

But Anibal is a popular baby name in Argentina where every 1 in 800 have the name as well as in, Colombia, Venezuela, Mozambique, Brazil, Paraguay, Peru, Guatemala, Ecuador, Mexico, Chile, Angola, Cuba and Dominican Republic.

At least, 280000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our estimate.

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Here's what numbers has to say about Anibal

If number 11 is your soul urge no, it reveals your deepest desires. You secretly wish to inspire people with your life. Deep inside you want someone to take over your dominance and take over the control. You are a natural leader who's respected by people. When it comes to expressing an opinion about something, you keep it to yourself. You are dominant when it comes to relationships. You are an adventurer who likes to live on the edge but planning your future and your next moves make you feel secure.

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Sibling Names for Anibal

If you're searching for the perfect name for your new bundle of joy, look no further than Anibal! This unique moniker has a strong and distinctive sound that's sure to make your little one stand out. Here are some great sibling names that pair perfectly with Anibal.

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Famous people named Anibal

  • Anibal Lopez, American bodybuilder

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