gabriel boy

First name origin & meaning:

Hebrew: God is my strength

First name variations: Gavrila, Gavra, Galia, Galya, Gabby, Gaby, Gabi, Gabryel, Gavrila, Gab, Gabe, Gable, Gaberial, Gabrail, Gabriael, Gabrieal

Last name origin & meaning:

English, Scottish, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, and Jewish: from the Hebrew personal name Gavriel ‘God has given me strength’. This was borne by an archangel in the Bible (Daniel 8:16 and 9:21), who in the New Testament announced the impending birth of Jesus to the Virgin Mary (Luke 1:26–38). It has been a comparatively popular personal name in all parts of Europe, among both Christians and Jews, during the Middle Ages and since. Compare Michael and Raphael.

Famous people with this first name: Peter Gabriel

Famous people who gave their babies this name: Daniel Day-Lewis, Mia Farrow, Mick Jagger, Dave Navarro, Paul Simon

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