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Spell Check of Deborah

Correct spelling: Deborah

Common misspellings for Deborah:

debrah, debora, debroah.

Deborah \d(e)-bo-rah\

Deborah as a girl's name is pronounced DEB-er-ah. It is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Deborah is "bee". Biblical: a prophetess who summoned Barak to battle against an invading army. The victory song she wrote after the battle is part of the Book of Judges. Actresses Deborah Kerr, Debbie Reynolds, Debra Winger, Debra Messing; Olympic figure skater Debi Thomas; TV journalist Deborah Norville.
Related names:
Devri, Tiberia, Tyberia.
Devora, Debby, Debbi, Debb, deb, Debbee, Debbera, Debbey, Debbie, Debbra, Debee, Debera, Deberah, Debi, Debor, Debora, Debra, Debrah, Debralee, Debreanna, Debriana, debs, Devorah, dobra.

Google Ngram Viewer results for Deborah:

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Examples of usage for Deborah:

  1. To my Cousin Deborah I will give some charges about the silver, and then I will follow you. – The Maid of Maiden Lane by Amelia E. Barr

Quotes for Deborah:

  1. I don't think, there's no possible way for me, anyway, to play a character that I haven't found some sort of sublime compassion for and I related to Deborah on a way that almost, initially, almost in a way maybe someone in the audience might.
  2. My lady, Deborah McNaughton is doing a documentary on me.

Rhymes for Deborah:

  1. debora, debra;