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Gender Masculine
Usage Dutch
Pronounced Pron. KHA-bree-əl
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Meaning & History

Dutch form of GABRIEL.

Related Names

Feminine FormGabriëlle
Other Languages & CulturesJabril, Jibril(Arabic) Gabriel(Biblical) Gabriel(Biblical Greek) Gavri'el(Biblical Hebrew) Gabriel(Biblical Latin) Gavrail, Gavril(Bulgarian) Gabriel, Biel(Catalan) Dzhabrail(Chechen) Gabrijel(Croatian) Gabriel(Czech) Gabriel(Danish) Gabriel, Gabby, Gabe(English) Gabriel, Kaapo, Kaapro(Finnish) Gabriel(French) Gabriel(Georgian) Gabriel(German) Gavriil(Greek) Gavriel(Hebrew) Gábor, Gábriel, Gabi(Hungarian) Gabriele(Italian) Gabriels(Latvian) Gabrielius(Lithuanian) Gavril(Macedonian) Gabriel(Norwegian) Gabriel(Polish) Gabriel(Portuguese) Gabriel, Gavril, Gabi(Romanian) Gavriil(Russian) Gavrilo(Serbian) Gabriel(Slovak) Gabrijel(Slovene) Gabriel(Spanish) Gabriel(Swedish) Cebrail(Turkish) Havryil(Ukrainian) Gavrel(Yiddish)
Same SpellingGábriel
User SubmissionsGabríel, Gabriél, Gabrièl

Name Days

Czech Republic: March 24 (as Gabriel)
Finland: March 24 (as Gabriel)
France: September 29 (as Gabriel)
Germany: September 29 (as Gabriel)
Poland: February 10 (as Gabriel)
Poland: February 27 (as Gabriel)
Poland: March 24 (as Gabriel)
Slovakia: March 24 (as Gabriel)
Sweden: March 24 (as Gabriel)

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