- a female given name.
Also Ga·bri·el·a, Ga·bri·elle [gey-bree-el, gab-ree-; French ga-bree-el] /ˌgeɪ briˈɛl, ˌgæb ri-; French ga briˈɛl/.
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Examples from the Web for gabriella
Gabriella Therese Marie and Jacques Honore Rainier were born just after 5pm local time, the statement said.Princess Charlene Gives Birth To Twins Gabriella and Jacques
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Mick has now settled down with his wife Gabriella Wesberry, and their daughter Romy Hucknall was born in June 2007.Mick Hucknall Admits: Yes, I 'Probably' Have Slept With Over 1,000 Women
November 10, 2014
The Sun: Prince Harry is ‘wooing’ pretty actress Gabriella Wilde but she is nervous about becoming a ‘royal girlfriend,’ pals say.Royal Round-Up From The UK
July 8, 2012
ELLA—All names—ella—Isabella, Gabriella, Stella—have been popular, but Ella itself gets the most attention.Top Baby Names of the Future
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"Grief does not kill, my Gabriella," she said, tenderly caressing me.
Are you not familiar enough with my light, mocking way, Gabriella?
Gabriella, not friends; we must be something more, or less than friends.
You shall not humble yourself for me, Gabriella; I like a girl of spirit.
The world may contain for us many friends, but never but one mother, Gabriella.