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Gender: M Pronunciation: JAY-bin Meaning of Jabin: "perceptive" Origin of Jabin: Hebrew

The name of two Old Testament kings that seems as ripe as you can get for modern use, given the popularity of sound-alike Biblical brethren Jadon and Jacob (and even mythological Jason). Note that different sources give wide-ranging meanings for Jabin, but we think "perceptive" is the most authoritative, not to mention appealing.

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Famous People Named Jabin

King Jabin of Hazor, conquered by Joshua the son of Nun (Joshua 11:1)
Jabin, king of Canaan (Judges 4:1)

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