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What does Abigal mean?

Abigal Pronunciation of Abigal as a name for girls is of Hebrew derivation, and the meaning of the name Abigal is "father of exaltation; exalted father". Abigal is an alternate form of Abigail (Hebrew). Abigal is also a derivative of Avichayil (Hebrew).




VARIANTS Abigayle, Abigayl, Abigall, Abigale, Abigael, Abegale, Abegail, Abbygale, Abbygail, Abbygael, Abbigayle, Abbigale, Abbigail, Abbigael, Abbegale, Abbegail, Abaigael, Abagale, Abagail, Abagael

ALTERNATIVE FORMS VIA ABIGAIL, AVICHAYIL Abageal, Abagil, Abba, Abbigai, Abgail, Abi, Abichall, Abigel, Abigil, Avigail, Avigayil



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How popular is Abigal?

Abigal is an uncommon given name for women. Abigal is also a rare surname for all people. (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Which version is better?

Abagail, Abbigail (#1368 THE PREVIOUS YEAR), Abbigale, Abbigayle, Abbygail, Abi, Abigail (#11), Abigale, Abigayle and Avigail are the prominent variation forms of Abigal (OUTSIDE TOP 2000) rated in the Top 2000. Adoption of these forms of Abigal reached its peak in 2005 (ADOPTION OF 0.95%) and is somewhat lower today (ADOPTION 0.59%, 38%). (2018 U.S. SSA RECORDS)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Abagail, Abbigail, Abbigale, Abbigayle, Abbygail in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Abigail, Abigale, Abigayle, Avigail in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Abi, Abigail outside U.S.

Similar Names

Suggested similar-sounding names are Abeetal (see Abital), Abia, Abiah, Abida, Abiela, Abijah, Abila, Abina, Abir, Abisha, Abishah, Abital, Abra, Abrah, Acima, Adal, Adia, Adiah, Adibah, Adima, Adina, Adiva, Afiwa, Aida, Aidah, Aina, Ainah, Aingeal, Akilah, Akira, Albia, Aliah, Alica, Alicah, Alida, Alika, Alima, Alina, Alita, Aliyah, Aliza, Amal, Amicah, Amil, Aminah, Amirah, Amita, Amiya, Angil, Anima, Anina, Anisa, Anita, Aniyah, Anngil, Aria, Ariah, Arica, Ariel, Ariell, Arika, Arina, Ariya, Asima, Atal, Atifah, Avia, Aviah, Avila, Avital, Aviva, Avivah, Ayisa, Azia and Shiral. These names tend to be more frequently used than Abigal.

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