What does Abigael mean?
Abigael /abi-gael/ [3 sylls.] as a girls' name is of Hebrew origin, and the name Abigael means "father of exaltation". Abigael is a variant transcription of Abigail (Hebrew).
Abigael has 20 variants: Abagael, Abagail, Abagale, Abaigael, Abbegail, Abbegale, Abbigael, Abbigail▼, Abbigale, Abbigayle, Abbygael, Abbygail, Abbygale, Abegail, Abegale, Abigal, Abigale▼, Abigall, Abigayl and Abigayle▼.
Abigael has 22 more related forms via Abigail: Abageal, Abagil, Abba, Abbe, Abbee, Abbey▼, Abbi, Abbie▼, Abbigai, Abby▲, Abbye, Abgail, Abi, Abigel, Abigil, Gael, Gail▼, Gaila, Gal, Gale▼, Gayel and Gayle▼.Kreatif forms: Abiagla, Abigaelia, Abigaello. [more]
How popular is Abigael?
Abigael is an uncommonly occurring given name for females. Abigael is also an unusual last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Popular related forms of Abigael (not ranked) rated in the Top 1000 are Abigail (#8 last year), Abby (#389), Abbigail (#857), Abigayle, Gail, Gayle, Gale, Abigale, Abi, Abbey, Abbi, Abbie and Abagail. Variants like Abigil are seldom used. These girl names reached the apex of their popularity in the year 2003 (usage of 0.3017%) and have become significantly less popular since (usage 0.1343%, down 55.5%), with versions such as Abbigail, Abbie, Abbey, Abigale and Gayle falling out of fashion. Abigail (#8) and Abby (#389) are two of the more trendy birth names among these, and there is a revival in birth name usage for Abby and Abigail. Shown below is an analysis of the popularity of Abigael and related names. (2014 Birth Statistics)
A recommended similar baby name is Avigail. Like Abigael, this name is not frequently used.