Comments for Tabea

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Reminds me of a teapot. But still pretty.
Tatumarore  6/24/2017
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The only time given to girls in America was in 1915 to 5 girls.
cutenose  3/13/2016
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Slightly pretty..
ThatMazerunnerfan  9/11/2014
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Slightly pretty..
ThatMazerunnerfan  9/11/2014
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The form Tabea was used in the Luther Bible (before a great renaming took place in 1984 in order to unify biblical names over all translations)---it is the full form of the name in that translation. [noted -ed]
elbowin  7/9/2014
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"Tabea" seems a bit pretentious in sound to me-- but undoubtedly a quirky-cute nickname for "Tabitha."
I wouldn't personally use it... in the United States the pronunciation would be so mercilessly butchered, in such ways as: Tab-Ee, Tah-Beyh, Ta-BEE-Ah; among others.

It would certainly be charming on a little German girl, though. It holds a young, classy, petite elegance.
Francesca  6/9/2011
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Pronounced tah-BAY-ah.
[noted -ed]
JHK  9/3/2006

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