Female, Hebrew, Virtues/Attributes

Deborah

Deborah comes from Hebrew dvorá meaning “bee”, the name of two different women in the Bible. The first is the nurse of Rebecca while the other is a heroine and prophetess who led the Israelites in a successful war against the Canaanites.

Nicknames: Deb, Debbie/Debby/Debi

Origin: Hebrew

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Variants:

  • Debra (English)
  • Devorah (Hebrew)
  • Devora (Hebrew)
  • Dvora (Hebrew)
  • Dvorah (Hebrew)
  • Debora (Italian, Dutch, German)
  • Débora (French, Spanish, Portuguese)
  • Debbora (Biblical Latin, Biblical Greek)

 

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