Gabby's Name Day

This year Gabby's Name day is on 24th March 2018

Gabby is derived from the Hebrew, 'strong man of God'; Gabby has a name day of 24th March and our description is based upon the female usage of the name.

This name is a variant of the original name Gabriel

Saint Gabriel, whose feast day the celebration is based upon is a patron saint of the following:

  • Diplomats
  • Communications workers
  • Women in childbirth

Historically Famous Gabbys

When people want to suggest someone who is absolutely perfect, they often invoke the archangel Gabriel who does, of course, have the edge on most saints simply by virtue of being an archangel. It was Gabriel who announced God's plan of action for the salvation of the world to the Virgin Mary, but he had previously appeared to Daniel and to Zachariah, and at the birth of Christ he led the angels in their exultant Gloria in excelsis Deo! Because of this, Gabriel is thought of as the communicator in excelsis and is the patron of all who work in communications. He is also honoured by Muslims as the one who dictated the Koran to Mohammed.

Other Names Day resources

Name days stem from celebrations or festivals held to celebrate Saints, these dates were chosen by the relevant church that had declared the person a Saint and as they were often only referred to by a single name then the festival became known as that particular name's day hence name day. The  popular custom of celebrating your name day is wide spread across Europe and the middle east it's rise can be traced back to people's desire to have the occasional party and with literacy being constrained to clergy and similar scribes then people would not know the date unless informed via this route hence if your saint name was being celebrated then why not push the boat out!

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