Abigail


Also found in: Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Ab·i·gail

 (ăb′ĭ-gāl′)
In the Bible, the wife of David.

Abigail

(ˈæbɪˌɡeɪl)
n
(Bible) Old Testament the woman who brought provisions to David and his followers and subsequently became his wife (I Samuel 25:1–42)
Translations
AbigailAbigajil
Abigél
Abigail
Abigail
Abigail
References in classic literature ?
While the supper was preparing, Mrs Abigail began to lament she had not ordered a fire in the parlour; but, she said, that was now too late.
The supper being now on the table, Mrs Abigail eat very heartily for so delicate a person; and, while a second course of the same was by her order preparing, she said, "And so, madam, you tell me your house is frequented by people of great quality?
At that word, Abigail let drop the bacon which she was conveying to her mouth, and cried out, "You surprize me, sir
She never did so before," at last said Bessie, turning to the Abigail.
But, Abbey was only short for Abigail, by which name Miss Potterson had been christened at Limehouse Church, some sixty and odd years before.
This alter has seen Abigail sporting a dark wig and wearing clothes like Gabi's (Camila Banus), and swearing to be the other woman on the NBC soap.
At a party with her friend, Abigail is asked to dance by the beautiful Gabrielle Levesque, the renowned model known as the "Ice Queen" in the industry.
Abigail received the heart from a nine-month-old baby and, on the 18th anniversary of the transplant last month, she posted a message on the organ donation Facebook page and was delighted to receive a reply from the donor family.
Political affiliations can change but friendships don't," said Abigail, in a press briefing in Makati City Thursday.
And she alleged the retired England and Wimbledon player was attacked at least six times during his four-year relationship with Abigail - including with a glass and a sword.
She tragically passed away two months before Abigail was to take to the stage in her third World Championships.