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What does Rebeccea mean?

Rebeccea Pronunciation of Rebeccea [re-bec-cea] as a name for girls is of Hebrew derivation, and the meaning of the name Rebeccea is "to bind". Rebeccea is an alternate spelling of Rebecca (Hebrew). Biblical: Rebekah.


19 relations via Rebecca: Rebbeca, Rebbecca, Rebbecka, Rebeca, Rebecah, Rebeccah, Rebeccka, Rebecha, Rebecka, Rebeckah, Rebeckia, Rebecky, Rebeha, Rebeka, Rebekha, Rebekka, Rebekke, Rebeque and Ribecca.

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Middle name pairings:
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How popular is Rebeccea?

Rebeccea is a rare given name for females. Rebeccea is an equally rare surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related girl names. Prominent varying forms of Rebeccea (not ranked) appearing in the Top 2000 are Rebecca (#188 the previous year), Rebeca (#1317), Rebekka, Rebeka, Rebeccah, Rebbecca and Rebecka. Other forms, like Rebecky, are uncommon. These relations of Rebeccea reached the height of their popularity in the 1970s (usage of 1.3%) and have become significantly less conventional since (usage 0.1%, 90%), with the form Rebecca becoming somewhat outmoded. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Rebbecca, Rebeca, Rebecca, Rebeccah, Rebecka in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Rebeka, Rebekka in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Rebecca, Rebecka outside U.S.

Similar Names

Recommended names are Aleceea, Amberlea, Leecea (see Licia), Raechel, Reba, Rebba, Rebbie, Rebekah, Rebekkah, Reberta, Reeba, Reece, Reeda, Reena, Reene, Reesa, Reese, Reeta, Reeva, Refella (see Raphaela), Regeena, Regena, Renee, Reneeta, Reneisha, Renelle, Renetta, Renette, Reseda, Reubena, Reveka, Revekka, Rexella, Rexetta, Ricca, Rieca, Riecka (see Rica), Robee, Robeena, Robella, Robelle, Robena, Robene, Robenia, Roberda, Roberta, Robertena (see Roberta), Robertha, Robetta (see Roberta), Robette, Rubee, Rubena, Ruberta, Rubetta, Rycca, Senecca and Venessea (see Vanessa). These names tend to be more frequently used than Rebeccea.

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