First name origin & meaning:
German: Strong wild boar
First name variations: Debra, Debrah, Debbie, Debby, Debbi, Debbye, Deb, Debi, Debo, Devera, Devora, Devorah, Devorit, Debbea, Debbee, Debbey, Debea, Debee, Debie, Deby, Debora, Debbora, Debbera, Debberah, Debborah, Deboran, Debrha, Deborrah, Debroah, Dobra, Debbra, Debbrah, Debrea, Debria, Deborah, Evard, Everard, Everardo, Everhardt, Everhart, Bert, Berty, Ingelbert, Engelbert, Hebor, Hebar, Seabright, Seabrook, Seabury, Sea, Seabert, Webley, Webb, Webster
Last name origins & meanings:
- South German: from a short form of any of the various Germanic
compound personal names formed with eber ‘boar’.
German: from Middle High German eber ‘boar’, applied as
nickname for a man of strength or as a habitational name for someone
who lived at a house distinguished by the sign of boar.
- Jewish (Ashkenazic): from German Eber ‘boar’ (see 1), most
likely a name assigned by Christian government officials.