Deborah name - Meaning of Deborah

Deborah name - Meaning of Deborah

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English, Hebrew, Biblical
DEB-ə-rə (English) , DEB-rə (English), DEB-ə-rə/DEB-rə
Deborah Meaning
Means "bee" in Hebrew. In the Old Testament Book of Judges Deborah is a heroine and prophetess who leads the Israelites to defeat Canaanites. Also in the Old Testament, it is the name of the nurse of Rebecca. Long a common Jewish name, Deborah was first used by English Christians after the Protestant Reformation, and it was popular among the Puritans. Deborah originates in Hebrew language and means "from a bee swarm". In the United States it was most popular in the middle of the 20th century, recently it rather declines. Deborah was a prophetess in the Old Testament, as well as Rebecca"s nurse in the Book of Genesis.

Deborah Related Names
Variants: Debra (English), Devorah, Dvorah (Hebrew), Debbie, Debora
Diminutives: Deb, Debbi, Debbie, Debby, Debi (English)
Other Languages: Debbora (Biblical Greek), Devorah (Biblical Hebrew), Debbora (Biblical Latin), Debora (Dutch), Débora (French), Debora (German), Debora (Italian), Débora (Portuguese), Débora (Spanish)

Deborah Celebrities
Deborah Gibson - musician, Deborah Norville - television news personality, Deborah Abrams - jazz artist, Deborah Allen - musician, Deborah Blando - musician, Deborah Brod - published author, Deborah Carr - writer, Deborah Carter - jazz artist, Deborah Davis - jazz artist, Deborah Ellis - writer, Deborah Grey - politician, Deborah Howell - writer, Deborah Jin - physicist, Deborah Kass - artist, Deborah Kerr - actress,

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