Gender Feminine & Masculine
Pronounced Pron. GA-bee(German)
GAW-bee(Hungarian)
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Meaning & History

German diminutive of Gabriele 2 (feminine), Romanian diminutive of Gabriel (masculine) or Gabriela (feminine), and Hungarian diminutive of Gábor (masculine) or Gabriella (feminine).

Related Names

VariantElla(Hungarian)
Feminine FormsGabriela, Gavrila(Romanian) Gabriella(Hungarian)
Masculine FormsGabriel(German) Gabriel, Gavril(Romanian) Gábor, Gábriel(Hungarian)
Other Languages & CulturesJabril, Jibril(Arabic) Gabriel(Biblical) Gabriel(Biblical Greek) Gavri'el(Biblical Hebrew) Gabriel(Biblical Latin) Gabriela, Gavrail, Gavril(Bulgarian) Gabriel, Biel(Catalan) Dzhabrail(Chechen) Gabrijel, Gabrijela(Croatian) Gabriel, Gabriela(Czech) Gabriel(Danish) Gabriël, Gabriëlle(Dutch) Gabriel, Gabriella, Gabrielle, Bree, Bria, Briella, Gabby, Gabe(English) Gabriel, Kaapo, Kaapro(Finnish) Gabriel, Gabrielle(French) Gabriel(Georgian) Gavriil(Greek) Gavriel(Hebrew) Gabriele, Gabriella(Italian) Gabriels(Latvian) Gabrielė, Gabrielius(Lithuanian) Gavril(Macedonian) Gabriel(Norwegian) Gabriel, Gabriela(Polish) Gabriel, Gabriela(Portuguese) Gavriil(Russian) Gavrilo(Serbian) Gabriel, Gabriela(Slovak) Gabrijel, Gabrijela(Slovene) Gabriel, Gabriela(Spanish) Gabriel, Gabriella(Swedish) Cebrail(Turkish) Havryil(Ukrainian) Gavrel(Yiddish)
User SubmissionsGabi, Gabí

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Entry updated July 2, 2017