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The name Rachel is a baby girl name. The name Rachel comes from the Hebrew origin. In Hebrew The meaning of the name Rachel is: Ewe. Rachel was the second and favoured wife of Jacob in the Old Testament.


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Boy or Girl ?: girl
Origin of name: Hebrew
Meaning: Ewe. Rachel was the second and favoured wife of Jacob in the Old Testament.
Expression number: 11
SoulUrge Number: 6
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written by Rachel, June 16, 2009
My name is Rachel Lauren
I dont like it so much but I think its better than my sisters [Amanda & Stephanie] but im growing to like it.
I like odd & wierd names.
:)~Raggety Ann
written by Rachel Ragsdale, July 03, 2009
You are not the only Rachel Ann! The funny thing is my name is Rachel Ann Ragsdale and i grew up when Raggety Ann & Andy were popular, so my nickname was Raggety Ann:)~
Love my name!
written by Rachel, August 14, 2009
My names Rachel Marie -------. And I just love my name. I used to think it was,I don't know,common but not now. I love it!
Named by Daddy!!
written by Rachel, September 23, 2009
My name is Rachel Ann!!!.....growing up my Daddy always explained why he chose that name, Rachel. I am the first of 5 children. In the Bible, Jacob ultimately waited 14 years for Rachel because he loved her that much....I've always loved my name! Today, I'm a Living Historian, and for the added romantic touch, go by Rachel Anne...we aren't common, we have the name of a woman that was loved so much by a man.....he sacrificed EVERYTHING!!!!...
Rachel Ava
written by Rachel, October 08, 2009
My name is Rachel Ava and I love it, I didn't like it at school because there were 2 other Rachel's in my class and people always spelt it Rachael. But I love it now and it is a bit more unusual these days (I'm 32!). Don't like the nickname 'Raych' though which I always get called.
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written by Aislinn , January 17, 2010
My sister has this name and she says its to common but my mother named her this because she loves the hebrew pronunciation of it. But I would have to say spelling it Rachel instead of Rachael does make it more unique.
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written by Rachel, March 09, 2010
My first and middle names are Rachel Loraine. I used to hate it as a child, I suppose because Rachel wasn't as old-fashioned as names like Abigail. A few people called me Rae-Rae, but not many. And I hated the name "Raych". Only a select handful of people call me that. For some reason, every one thinks I spell it differently than the traditional "Rachel", but I don't! Maybe because everyone wants to be unique by having different spellings, and others just assume it's that way. Now I love the name Rachel. And Loraine, which is where some of my ancestors are from in France.
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written by Rachel, May 27, 2010
Thats so funny my name is Rachel Anne!
I guess I like my name, its gotten me some pretty wierd nicknames, and most of my friends couldn/t spell it for awhile and somehow everyone thinks it spelt Rachael(!) I always did hate that most websites and books listed the meaning as "ewe" onstead of "little lamb"
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written by rachel, August 14, 2010
Heyy my name is Rachel Anne!!!!!!!!!!!!!!its funny how some people have the same middle name as me too!!!!!!!!i hate when people spell it Racheal or rachael!!!!!!!!i dont know why people always spell it wrong!!!!!!!

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