The baby boy name Ábel has Hebrew roots used in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Georgian, Biblical, Biblical Latin, Biblical Greek, Old Norse, Old Danish, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, Icelandic, Faroese and Greenlandic. Ábel is Sami cognate of biblical name Abel, thought to be derived from Hebrew word, Hebel, that is also a derivation of hevel meaning breath or vapour in English. In bible, Abel was the one of the two sons of first man and woman, Adam and Eve. Abel was a shephard in the Genesis, he and his brother Cain made the sacrifice to the God. Later Cain murdered his brother, the reason behind Cain's inhumane act is not entirely clear but it is believed that he was aggrieved by God favoring Abel's sacrifice. Abel is also believed to have came from reconstructed word meaning "herdsman" which precisely matches with the description of Abel in Hebrew Bible.
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