What does Abella mean?
Abella has 1 relation via Abelia: Abelle.Kreatif forms:
(female) Abelli, Abelta, ..
(male) Abelah, Abelva, ..
How popular is Abella?
Abella is an unusual given name for women but a very prominent surname for both adults and children (#15154 out of 150436, Top 10%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Charted below is the birth name history of Abella for girls. Abella has yet to make it into the list thus far. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Abella is pronounced similarly to Abiela, Abila, Ubelia and Yabella. Other suggested similar names are Abeeja (see Abijah), Abellona, Abena, Adela, Adelfa, Adelia▼, Adell▼, Adella▼, Adellah, Adelle, Adelma, Adeola, Adiella, Agnella (see Agnes), Ahdella, Akela, Alla, Amelda, Amelia▲, Amelya, Anabella, Anela, Angella, Arabella▲, Arbela, Arbell, Arbella, Arbelle, Ardella, Arela, Arella, Arelle, Ariella▲, Asela, Aviela, Aviella, Avila, Axella, Axelle, Azelia, Bella, Chella, Della▼, Diella, Hella, Huella, Idella▼, Joella, Labella, Loella, Luella▼, Mella, Nella, Noella, Odella, Onella, Orbella, Orella, Pella, Raella, Rella, Robella, Sabella, Shella, Sibella, Stella▲, Sybella, Udella and Ysbella. These names tend to be more frequently used than Abella.See names in meaning and etymology.