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Abra is a unisex name with a rich history and meaning, rooted in Hebrew and Arabic. In Hebrew, Abra means "father of many" or "father of a multitude," while in Arabic, it means "passage" or "crossing." The name is associated with significant figures such as Abraham and Prophet Ibrahim, and it has been used in literature and popular culture. Abra is a distinct and easy-to-pronounce name, making it a great option for parents who want a unique yet straightforward name for their child.[1]

People[change | change source]

  • Abra of Poitiers (aka Saint Abra) (c.343–c.360), French saint
  • Abra Moore (born 1969), Irish-American singer-songwriter
  • Abra Prentice Wilkin (born 1942), American philanthropist, socialite and member of the Rockefeller Family

References[change | change source]

  1. "Abra name Meaning and Origin". babys.name. Retrieved 2023-04-13.