Full names for nn Abe- WDYT?

Abernathy - nn [name]Abe[/name] or [name]Nat[/name]
[name]Abraham[/name]- nn [name]Abe[/name]
[name]Abram[/name]- nn [name]Abe[/name] or [name]Bram[/name]
Abimelech- nn [name]Abe[/name] or [name]Mel[/name]

[name]Do[/name] you like any of these? Tell me why/ why not.

I like [name]Abraham[/name] best from your list. Lately I’ve been loving [name]Abbott[/name], which you could easily use nn [name]Abe[/name] for.

I really like [name]Abram[/name].

[name]Abraham[/name] or [name]Abram[/name]

I [name]LOVE[/name] [name]Abraham[/name] and I really like kalebsmom’s suggestion of [name]Abbot[/name].

I like [name]Abraham[/name] a lot but I really love [name]Abram[/name]. :slight_smile: [name]Abraham[/name] also has the nickname [name]Braham[/name] (just saying).

Abernathy: I like some of the others more because it’s a lot to say, and I’m not feeling the “nathy” part of the name.

[name]Abraham[/name]: I think it’s a wonderful name. I like it because I love Biblical classics, and I think it’s handsome.

[name]Abram[/name]: See [name]Abraham[/name].

Abimelech: I’ve only known this name spelled Avimelech, and I think you’ll encounter pronunciation problems if you live somewhere in which people aren’t familiar with how to pronounce the Hebrew “ch” sound.

You may also like:

[name]Barnaby[/name] (nn [name]Abe[/name])
[name]Abbott[/name] (nn [name]Abe[/name])
[name]Abner[/name] (nn [name]Abe[/name])
[name]Absalom[/name] (nn [name]Abe[/name])
[name]Gabriel[/name] (nn [name]Abe[/name])

Good luck! :slight_smile: