Abigail Adler in the US

  1. #3,283,991 Abid Bhatti
  2. #3,283,992 Abida Ahmad
  3. #3,283,993 Abida Malik
  4. #3,283,994 Abida Parveen
  5. #3,283,995 Abigail Adler
  6. #3,283,996 Abigail Albright
  7. #3,283,997 Abigail Alonzo
  8. #3,283,998 Abigail Andrade
  9. #3,283,999 Abigail Babcock
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Meaning & Origins

Biblical name, meaning ‘father of exaltation’ in Hebrew, borne by one of King David's wives, who had earlier been married to Nabal (1 Samuel 25:3), and by the mother of Absalom's captain Amasa (2 Samuel 1:25). The name first came into general use in Britain in the 16th century, under Puritan influence. It was a common name in literature for a lady's maid, for example in Beaumont and Fletcher's play The Scornful Lady (1616). The biblical Abigail refers to herself as ‘thy servant’ in addressing King David. In Ireland this name has traditionally been used as an Anglicized form of Gobnat, although the reasons for this are not clear. It was popular in the 17th century, especially among Puritans and Nonconformists, and has again enjoyed considerable favour since the 1990s.
699th in the U.S.
German: from Adler ‘eagle’, denoting someone living in a house identified by the sign of an eagle. The German noun is from Middle High German adelar, itself a compound of adel ‘noble’ + ar ‘eagle’. This name is widespread throughout central and eastern Europe, being found for example in Czech, Polish, Slovenian, and Hungarian (Ádler).
1,948th in the U.S.

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