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What does Rebekha mean?

Rebekha Pronunciation of Rebekha [re-bekha] as a girls' name is a Hebrew name, and Rebekha means "to bind". Rebekha is an alternate spelling of Rebecca (Hebrew). Biblical: Rebekah.


Rebekha has 16 variants: Rebakah, Rebbeca, Rebbecca, Rebbecka, Rebeca, Rebecah, Rebeccah, Rebecka, Rebeckah, Rebeckia, Rebeka, Rebekah, Rebekka, Rebekkah, Rebekke and Ribecca.

13 more different relations via Rebecca: Reba, Rebba, Rebeccea, Rebeccka, Rebecha, Rebecky, Rebeha, Rebeque, Reeba, Reveka, Revekah, Revekka and Rivekka.

Creative forms:
(female) Ribekha, Robekha, ..

(male) Rebeph, Rebesh, ..

Middle name pairings:
Rebekha Irene (R.I.), ..

How popular is Rebekha?

Rebekha is an unusual given name for females. Rebekha is an equivalently uncommon last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related girl names. Rebecca (#188 from recent data), Rebekah (#524), Rebeca (#1317), Rebekkah, Rebekka, Rebeka, Rebeccah, Rebbecca, Reba and Rebecka are the popular alternative forms of Rebekha (outside Top 2000). Adoption of these forms of Rebekha reached its apex in the 1970s (average #1426) and is now much less (#1602, 89%), with versions like Reba going out of style. (Top Baby Names, 2015)

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

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

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

Similar Names

Suggested similar names are Aeesha, Denesha, Ieesha, Keesha, Leesha, Neesha, Reatha, Reberta, Reeda, Reena, Reesa, Reeta, Reeva, Refella (see Raphaela), Regeena, Regena, Reneeta, Reneisha, Renetta, Renisha, Reseda, Retha, Reubena, Rexella, Rexetta, Rezka, Rieka, Robeena, Robella, Robena, Robenia, Roberda, Roberta, Robertha, Robetta (see Roberta), Rubena, Ruberta, Rubetta, Sabetha, Tabetha, Tenesha, Venesha and Yeesha. These names tend to be more commonly used than Rebekha.

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