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Origin: Italy
Region Origin: Southern Europe

The name Gabriella is of Spanish and Italian origin, and it means "God is my strength". It is derived from the Hebrew name Gavri'el, which is composed of gever (strong) and 'el (referring to God). Gabriella is the feminine version of the name Gabriel, and it has been popular in various cultures, including Italian Americans, Latinos, and the Jewish community. The name Gabriella has been consistently popular, maintaining a spot in the top 100 since 2000 and even holding a place in the top 50 from 2006 to 2014. Some notable namesakes include poet Gabriela Mistral, Princess Gabriella, Countess of Carladès, and tennis champion Gabriela Sabatini. The name has also been chosen for characters in High School Musical and The Sopranos. Girls named Gabriella often take on a shorter version of the name, such as Ella, Gabi, or RiRi.

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