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Gender: Female Origin of Rebel: Word name

Rebel Origin and Meaning

The name Rebel is a girl's name of English origin.

Rebel Wilson is a hilarious Australian actress -- in Bridesmaids, she and her "brother" evicted Kristen Wiig -- who put a female spin on this contemporary badass baby name. Rebel might be a good name for getting attention as an actress, but we can't understand why anyone would give it to their child.

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nora.rosenberg Says:

2017-11-04T07:52:34

I would bet the same for you. This word doesn't have the most beautiful and positive meaning, especially in a conversation about names and babies

abertawe Says:

2017-11-04T07:35:27

It’s not generally considered that rude at all... you must get offended very frequently.

Mario500 Says:

2017-08-15T23:25:25

Could someone change the word between "contemporary" and "baby" in this part of the description of the name on the "info" page for it (I had always considered it a very rude word):

"a female spin on this contemporary badass baby name"

Miri Says:

2017-03-04T23:54:14

Maybe a nickname. Not a first name for sure.

TatumRebelle Says:

2016-09-26T18:56:31

Why?

Lena_Aline Says:

2015-12-18T01:11:25

I knew a girl named Arabella who went by Rebel.

bootsie Says:

2014-10-19T01:19:37

Rebel girl, rebel girl, rebel girl you are the queen of my world

AnonymousPerson Says:

2014-08-05T20:56:45

Or Rebella!

Guest Says:

2014-06-27T19:46:00

And don't even think about Rebelle! 😡

CocoWhite Says:

2014-06-04T22:23:36

I do think it's good to be a bit of a rebel sometimes, but naming your kid this is perhaps asking for trouble, no?