Jezebel name means Chaste
Local Origin of Name: Hebrew/Israeli
From the Hebrew name Izebhel
Variant name of Jezebelle, Jezibel, Jezibelle, Jezybell, Jessabelle
Jezebel, the wife of King Ahab in the Hebrew Book of Kings, has long had a bad girl reputation. Jezebel has stamped her name on history as the representative of all that is designing, crafty, malicious, revengeful, and cruel. She is the first great instigator of persecution against the saints of God. Guided by no principle, restrained by no fear of either God or man. But in the modern world, this is mitigated by the feminist perspective of her as a strong woman. Previously avoided as a baby name, Jezebel is now, along with the also previously avoided Delilah and Desiree.
Meaning: Chaste or unmarried .
Emotional Spectrum • Loves to be in love…
Personal Integrity • An honest person, people search out Jezebel for advice.
Personality • Life in the fast lane, tempered by common sense.
Relationships • Doesn’t need much out of life but to be loved.
Career & Money • A career in movies would suit Jezebel, a natural actress.
Life’s Opportunities • Not everyone has the career opportunities of Jezebel.
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