Arianne Name Meaning & Origin
Origin of the name Ariadne:
Derived from the elements ari (very, much) and adnos (holy). Ariadne (very holy one, devout), is a name borne in Greek mythology by King Minos' daughter, who gave a thread to Theseus, which enabled him to escape from the labyrinth.
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Derived from the Greek 'Ariadne', this name is the French variation. The meaning is traditionally interpreted as 'very holy one'.
- Famous real-life people named Arianne
Arianne Zucker, actress (Nicole Walker, Days of Our Lives)
- Arianne in song, story & screen
Johnny Mathis (later covered by Aaron Neville) wrote a song named 'Arianne'
Arianne Martell, a character from A Song of Ice and Fire book series.