Mean also (and more likely) mean: "father of Dan".
When the 'i' sound (as it's transliterated in English) is present in a Hebrew name, it typically means 'my' or 'of'. So the name can mean "father of judge" (the name Dan means judge), but given the cultural context of these names, it's unlikely. When a baby is born, there's no way to know what his kids are going to be like. So any name beginning Abi is going to mean "My father is" rather than "father of."
Reminds me of Adrian. That would be cute for twins.
Abidan, son of Gideoni, was a judge and head of the tribe of Benjamin at the time of the exodus.
Abidan. It sounds so trendy but it's biblical as well. Should be an instant hit!

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