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Gender Masculine
Usage Italian
Pronounced Pron. ga-bree-EH-leh
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Meaning & History

Italian form of GABRIEL.

Related Names

Feminine FormGabriella
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) Gabriël(Dutch) Gabriel, Gabby, Gabe(English) Gabriel, Kaapo, Kaapro(Finnish) Gabriel(French) Gabriel(Georgian) Gabriel(German) Gavriil(Greek) Gavriel(Hebrew) Gábor, Gábriel, Gabi(Hungarian) 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)
Surname DescendantGabrielli(Italian)
Same SpellingGabriele (2), Gabrielė
User SubmissionGabrièle


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