Twin peaks on both sides of a river: From the Spanish word abre meaning both sides of a gorge, pass, breach or opening, and the river was first used by the Spaniards to River exist into the China Sea, thus the Rio Grande de Abra. Later, it was used to name the newly created province drained by its great basin.

Paddied Fields: Signify that main occupation and means of livelihood of the people of Abra is farming.

Prancing Stallion: Means that Abra was once upon a time famous for their strength, speed and endurance.