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In Sweden Ebba was originally a noble name, only used by noble families. Not so anymore, and quite trendy today.
-- Anonymous User  12/13/2005
In some Swedish name books it says that this is a female form of the German male name Eberhard, which has the nick name Ebbe. [noted -ed]
-- Anonymous User  12/14/2005
Ebba may have gotten some its popularity from the TV series Ebba & Didrik. Didrik never got as trendy, but it was close to unheard of before the show. Ebba on the other hand became a real trend name.
-- Anonymous User  12/16/2005
My name is Evlyn, but everyone calls me by my nickname Ebba. I had no idea it was a real name.
-- ebbawade  1/5/2006
Ebba is my name and I love it, I have never met anyone who shares my name. At home I am known as Ebbie which is a pet form of Ebba.
-- Ebba  1/27/2006
Also a nickname for Elizabeth. My great-grandmother had the name Elizabeth, and we called her Eb for short.
-- dreadfulxsorry  2/2/2007
Hmm, this is a very interesting name. I have never heard of it. This is a name that could work for either a character or a real person.
It almost looks like a German form of Emma. I can picture an old, kind woman who grins at you all the time. Or a sweet fair-haired girl. Very sweet and calm.
-- _0TophasNails_1  11/12/2008
Despite this name's trendiness in Sweden, I find it to be very pretty and unusual.
-- bananarama  12/19/2009
I like this name. I find many Germanic names harsh-sounding, but Ebba is very sweet and has a pleasant ring to it. Though Emma sounds a bit more "mature", I prefer Ebba, since it is prettier and in Ireland, it is much less common. Emma has always struck me as being dull and conventional anyway, as I know so many Emmas. Ebba is much more interesting and different. Though it doesn't ruin Ebba for me, I'm not that happy about the whole mutilated face story. :(
-- Ailis  3/6/2010
This name sounds a bit ditzy and even a little ugly. The spelling, combined with the Scandinavian origin, make me think of ABBA and their hideous music. (I know Abba isn't a name, but this is the closest thing I could find to it.)
-- Buneary  11/12/2012
It's ok, but to me it sounds like someone with a stuffy nose saying Emma.
-- Anonymous User  6/5/2013
Ebba is my middle name. It's also my mom's middle name, and it came from her mom, whose first name is Ebba. Grandma's parents were Swedish immigrants and as has been noted, this name is very popular in Sweden. I never knew anyone else that had the name besides the 3 of us so I'm glad to hear there are others. I used to find it embarrassing because no-one I knew had such a weird middle name, but I have become happier about it as I grew up, embraced my ethnic heritage, and also learned about the two St. Ebbas.
-- Anonymous User  8/22/2014

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