What does Gamaliel mean?
Biblical: the name of a prince in the Old Testament, and a teacher of Saint Paul in the New Testament. It was used among rabbis and was also the name of an angel in the Kabbalah. The name was brought to America by the Puritans in the 17th century. US President Warren Gamaliel Harding.
Gamaliel has 2 variants: Gamliel and Gmali.Kreatif forms:
(male) Garmaliel, Gemaliel, ..
(female) Gamael, Gamale, ..
How popular is Gamaliel?
Gamaliel is an unusual given name for males. Gamaliel is an equivalently unusual last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Charted below is the baby name history of Gamaliel for boys. Gamaliel was first listed in 1990 and reached its top position of #1984 in the U.S. then, but is not ranked currently. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Suggested similar names are Amiel, Campbel, Cassiel, Chaniel, Daviel, Emanuel▲, Emmanuel▲, Gabie, Gabriel▲, Gabriele, Gaddiel, Gadiel, Gael, Gaelle, Gaile, Gaill, Gaillen, Galil, Galin, Gall, Galten, Gamal, Gamali, Gamble, Gamblen (see Gamble), Gambling, Gamel, Gamlin, Gammel, Garald, Gardie, Garlen, Garlin, Garlind, Garrvie (see Garvey), Gaultier, Gauthier, Gautier, Gavrel, Gavriel, Gawaine, Gayle▼, Gaylin, Gedalia, Gedaliah, Gedalio (see Gedaliah), Gemal, Gemali, Ghillie, Ghillies (see Gillies), Gillies, Gratien, Gridlie, Grimslie, Hadriel, Haniel, Imanoel, Imanuel, Immanuel▲, Jamael, Jamall, Jamel▼, Jamiel, Kadmiel, Kahleel, Kameel, Nataniel, Pagiel, Paltiel, Rafael▲, Raziel, Samael, Samuel, Thaniel and Ysmael. These names tend to be more frequently used than Gamaliel.