What does Abra mean?
Abra [abra] as a girls' name is of Hebrew, Arabic and Akan origin, and the meaning of Abra is "father of many; example, lesson; girl born on Tuesday". Feminine of Abraham. This name may also have originated from the time of the Ashanti Empire in Africa. Biblical: King Solomon's favorite concubine was named Abra. Also the name of a fourth-century French saint.
Affiliated girl name: Abriana.Creative forms:
(female) Abare, Abiera, ..
(male) Abar, Abre, .. Middle name pairings:
Abra Charli (A.C.), ..
How popular is Abra?
Abra is an unusual first name for women. Abra is an equally uncommon last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its variant forms and related girl names. Below is a charted study of the statistics of the girl name Abra and affiliated names. The only popular alternative form of Abra (unlisted) listed in the Top 2000 is Abriana. This relation of Abra reached the height of its popularity 10 years ago. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Abra is alike in pronunciation to Abree, Abri, Aubree▲, Aubrey▲, Aubri, Aubrie and Aubry. Other suggested similar names are Abba, Abena, Abia, Abir, Abraba, Adia, Adira, Adra, Adrea, Aeran, Affra, Afra, Afua, Aina, Airi, Ajua, Akira, Akyra, Alba, Alda▼, Alea, Alia▲, Alla, Alta▼, Alura, Alya, Ama, Ambre, Amia▲, Andra, Ania, Anka, Anna▼, Anora, Aphra, Ara▼, Ardra, Arla, Arria, Asa, Asha, Assa, Atara, Atha, Aubre, Auda, Audra▼, Aura, Aural, Aurea, Ava▲, Ayva▲, Aza, Azra, Cira, Cora, Cyra, Kara▼, Lara, Lira, Lora▼, Mara▲, Nura, Ofra, Sabra, Sara▼, Tera▼ and Vera▼. These names tend to be more commonly used than Abra.See names in meaning and etymology.