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pinWhat does Rebekkah mean?

Rebekkah /re-bek-kah/ as a name for girls. Rebekkah's root is Hebrew, and the meaning of Rebekkah is "to bind". Rebekkah is an alternate form, with the suffix -kkah, of Rebecca (Hebrew). Biblical: Rebekah.


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

Rebekkah has 8 more different relations via Rebecca: Rebeccka, Rebecha, Rebecky, Rebeha, Reveka, Revekah, Revekka and Rivekka.

Kreatif forms: Raibekkah, Reibekkah, Robekkah. [more]

pinHow popular is Rebekkah?

Rebekkah is an uncommon given name for females. Rebekkah is also a unique last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)

Below is a charted analysis of the popularity of the girl name Rebekkah and corresponding names. Popular variation forms of Rebekkah (outside Top 1000) are Rebecca (#184 in 2014), Rebekah (#500), Rebecka and Rebeca. These relations of Rebekkah were popular as baby names 2 decades ago (usage of 0.546%) and are somewhat less conventional today (usage 0.329%, down 39.7%). Rebecca is more familiar than the rest, though Rebekah has grown popular as well over time, while Rebeca has lost favor. (Top Baby Names, 2014)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Rebeca, Rebecca, Rebekah in U.S.

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

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Suggested similar baby names are Aeeshah, Beckah, Deberah, Deborah, Debrah, Geelah, Ieeshah, Keeshah, Keevah, Leelah, Leenah, Meerah, Neenah, Nevesah, Rabiah, Raenah, Reannah, Reba, Rebba, Rebeccea, Rebeque, Reberta, Reeba, Reeda, Reena, Reesa, Reeta, Reeva, Refella, Regeena, Regena, Reneeta, Renetta, Reseda, Reubena, Rexella, Rexetta, Rezka, Riecka, Rieka, Rivkah, Robeena, Robella, Robena, Robenia, Roberda, Roberta, Robetta, Rosenah, Rubena, Ruberta, Rubetta, Ruzenka, Sebinah, Seemah and Serenah. These names tend to be more frequently used than Rebekkah.