Arielle Name Meaning & Origin

Arielle

Pronunciation: ah-ree-EHL (key)

Origin of the name Arielle:

Feminine form of the Hebrew Ariel (lion of God). Var: Ariela, Ariella.

From A World of Baby Names by Teresa Norman.

Related Names:

Ariel, Erielle

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Nicknames for Arielle

Air, Ari, Elle, Ella, Riou, Ayou, Ariou, Ri/Ree, Rella, Arie

Meanings and history of the name Arielle

The name means Lion of God or Lion of the Lord. Can be found in the Bible Isaiah, Chapter 29

Famous real-life people named Arielle

Arielle Kebbel, American actress
Arielle Dombasle, American singer, actress, and model
Arielle Martin, American BMX cyclist
Arielle Vandenberg, American actress

Arielle in song, story & screen

'Ariel' (pronounced the proper R-E-L) is the final song on the Robert Hunter / Grateful Dead album 'Tiger Rose'. The song can be heard here: https://youtu.be/ctCMJz9uDPc

Ariel is also a character in William Shakespeare's play the Tempest. I it also in the Bible in Isaiah Chapter 29 - it means Lion of God.

There are also two stars in the Galaxy called Ariel each with different spellings.

Dean Friedman's 1977 hit song "Ariel" reached # 26 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and stayed in the chart for five months. "Ariel" has been described as a "quirkily irresistible and uncategorizable pop song about a free spirited, music loving, vegetarian Jewish girl."

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