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Deborah originates in Hebrew language and means "from a bee swarm". In the United States it was most popular in the middle of the 20th century, recently it rather declines. Deborah was a prophetess in the Old Testament, as well as Rebecca's nurse in the Book of Genesis.

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Deborah Gibson - musician
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Deborah Brod - published author
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Deborah Carter - jazz artist
Deborah Davis - jazz artist
Deborah Ellis - writer
Deborah Grey - politician
Deborah Howell - writer
Deborah Jin - physicist
Deborah Kass - artist
Deborah Kerr - actress

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