Abigaia Name Meaning & Origin
Origin of the name Abigail:
From the Hebrew Avigayil, which is derived from avigayil (father of exaltation, father is rejoicing). The name was borne in the Bible by one of the wives of King David. Tha name also took on the meaning of "a lady's maid," due in part to its use as the name of a maid in the play The Scornful Lady, by Beaumont and Fletcher, in 1616.
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I've heard it pronounced AB-i-GAY-ah, AB-i-GIE-ah, or AB-i-GAH-yah...which makes sense since the first part is Abi and the second part of the word is Gaia. Personally think its a cute alternative to Abigail if you love the name but don't love how popular it is...and dont mind people pronouncing it slightly different- since no one really seems to pronounce Gaia the same.
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Abigaia is the biblical greek version of the name Abigail which means fathers joy.
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