noun ab·i·gail \ˈa-bə-ˌgāl\

Definition of ABIGAIL

:  a lady's personal maid

Origin of ABIGAIL

Abigail, servant in The Scornful Lady, a play by Francis Beaumont & John Fletcher
First Known Use: 1671


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