Rabab meaning and origin
Meaning of Rabab is White Cloud or Stringed Musical Instrument is particulary used in Sindhi, Arabic, Hindi and Kannada. It is rooted from Arabic is aimed at both genders.Names that rhyme with Rabab
Popularity of Rabab
Rabab is an uncommon baby name in United States, in use since 1982, peaked in 1995 when it ranked 8080th. Over 110 babies in United States have been named Rabab. It also recently appeared in England and Wales baby girl names chart. In France, it has been in use since 1986 but could not make beyond the top 2000. Over 117 babies in France have been named Rabab. It also recently appeared in Belgium baby girl names chart.
However things change on global perspective, Rabab is extremely popular in Egypt where every 1 in 900 have the name. Also the baby name is popular in Sudan, Iraq, Morocco, Pakistan, Yemen and Saudi Arabia. At least, 250000 people globally have carried Rabab as their given name according to our estimate.
Here's what numbers has to say about Rabab
You never get too obsessed with a person because you know that everything in life is temporary, especially relationships. You are an adventurer who follows his intuition. You are a child of change. People often mistake you for a fool but you always find an indirect way to prove them wrong. You can't stand in one place for a long time because it bores you. You are hard-working by nature and success drives you.
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Namesakes of Rabab
- Rabab Abdel Latif, editor