Rebecca’s name is of Hebrew origin and means “to tie” or “bound.”
It is derived from the verb ribbqah, meaning ‘join’ in the Modern Israeli dialect.
The same root can be found when looking into old biblical times;
It features prominently with King David, who married Uriah’s wife Michal (Rivkah) after she was taken as booty during one battle against Saul–
A story known internationally for its tragedy but also depicting surprisingly tender moments between husband and wife such as their love song overlaid onto scripture readings every night before bedtime.
#1. Unique: an easy way to make them even more impressive.
#2. Traditional: the first to give your son or daughter a middle name.
#3. Fit: Sound more familiar between the baby’s first name and your last name.
#4. Memory: remember someone, pay tribute, or honor someone extraordinary.
#5. Aspirational: with tales of a particular middle name
#6. Noble: The middle name concept is traced back to Rome. It was a way to recognize different families.”
7. They are plain FUN to have
Names Similar to Rebecca
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Rebecca St. James
Variations of Rebecca
Final Thoughts on Middle Names for Rebecca
When choosing middle names for Rebecca or any other child, you may feel overwhelmed by all choices.
Some seem like good options at first glance but turn out not to work well in the long run; take “Rebecca” – this moniker has an unusual sound that makes him stand out from other people around her/him (plus no one else will have exactly same initials), while also being memorable enough so that everyone knows who’s meant what even if they haven’t met before.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Rebecca a rare name?
The most popular names for girls in 1973 and 1974 were Rebecca, with the rank of No. 10; then came more minor fluctuations until 2007 when she fell just one position to 104th place among all others named “Rebecca.”
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Iesha is a loving mother of 2 beautiful children. She's an active parent who enjoys indoor and outdoor adventures with her family. Her mission is to share practical and realistic parenting advice to help the parenting community becoming stronger.