Rabbi meaning and origin
Rabbi means Gentle Wind or My Master is mainly used in Arabic and is bestowed upon boys has its origin in Arabic. Rabbi is derivative of Rabi. Rabi is variation of Rabea. Meaning of Rabi is Rabi and Breeze has its origin in Arabic.Names that rhyme with Rabbi
Popularity of Rabbi
Rabbi is an uncommon baby name in France where it may not be used now since it isn't seen since 2008. Rabbi is a rare baby name in England and Wales where it may not be used now. But Rabbi is a popular baby name in Bangladesh where every 1 in 5000 have the name. As per our estimate, over 40000 people has been named Rabbi globally.
Numerological aspects of Rabbi
You are all about independence, and like to have your own possessions because you like to enjoy luxury but not at any prize. You are the mover and shaker of the world. You tend to play cold so you don't get hurt. It's okay to live a normal life but you weren't born for one. You have no enemies. You encourage people to walk the harder path and fight for what they believe is right. You can't stand being in one place for too long because you want to enjoy your freedom and time on this planet.
Looking for a name like Rabbi? Please go through the following names
- Juday - Chiefly used in Arabic, Juday bestowed upon baby boys, meaning of Juday is "This was the Name of a Skilled Kufic Script Writer who Wrote Copies of the Quran During the Reign of Muslim or This was the Name of a Skilled Kufic (Script) Writer who Wrote Copies of the Quran During the Reign of Mutasim"
- Sanaullah is used specifically in Arabic, Sanaullah means "Worshipper of Allah or Praise of Allah" is given to baby boys
- Akhlaq - Akhlaq's meaning is Behaviour or Behavior aimed at boys is used chiefly in Arabic
- Qaim - Boy name Qaim is used majorly in Arabic, meaning of Qaim is "Another Name for Prophet Muhammad or Existing"
- Juwairiyah - Meaning of Juwairiyah is Wife of the Prophet or Little Girl aimed at baby girls is mostly used in Arabic
Namesakes of Rabbi
- Rabbi Tarfon, member of the third generation of the Mishnah sages
- Rabbi Akiva, 'tanna' of the latter part of the first century and the beginning of the second century
- Rabbi Shergill, Indian musician well