BARABBAS is slang for "none of business!"Etymology: "Barabbas", Greek transliteration of the Aramaic "Bar-Abba" meaning "child of a father". Erroneously considered to be the particular title of an innovative incarcerated simultaneously as Yahshua Bar-Yosef (aka "Jesus boy of Joseph") see JOHN 18:40.The custom in Israel 2,000 years ago had been that a person ended up being called by their own first name plus "Bar" (child of) followed by the first name of his dad."Barabbas" or "Bar-Abba" wasn't the revolutionary's ACTUAL name, rather, if the Roman guards requested him what his title ended up being, he said, "Bar-Abba", virtually "child of a father", ie "NONE OF THE BUSINESS!"
Son of shame confusion.
Name Origin: Biblical
Name Gender: Male
biblical masc. correct title, Greek Barabbas, from Aramaic barabba, "son associated with father," or "boy associated with master." In Hebrew, it will be ben abh.
But the chief priests succeeded in making the people ask for Barabbas and demand the crucifixion of Jesus.