And he said, Abba, Father, all things are possible unto thee; take away this cup from me: nevertheless not what I will, but what thou wilt.
In Sonic Theology, "Abba" sonically resonates with the Sanskrit word "Aabhaa". "Aabhaa" includes meanings such as (1) splendor, light; (2) a flash of light; and (3) beauty, color, appearance. It also means (4) a reflected image; and (5) likeness, resemblance. Definitions #4 and #5 might be relevant for an interpretation of the first few chapters of Genesis, where the Beloved creates humanity in His "image" and "likeness". Definitions #1-#3, though, directly related to the Beloved alone, rather than to the Beloved in relationship to humanity. The Beloved is Bright, Shining, and Beauty-Full. The Sanskrit "aabhaa" is also a feminine noun, indicative of the Beloved of the Beloved.
Thus, Jesus, when praying to Abba, the Father, included the Masculine, as well as the Feminine, aspects of Divinity.