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Arielle is a French feminine name that means “lion of God”. Arielle is the feminine version of the name Ariel but in the US both spellings are more common for girl’s. Arielle was most popular between 1989 and 1992 likely due in part to Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” that came out in 1989.

Meaning of the Name Arielle

Arielle is a French girl’s name that means “lion of God”. Arielle is the feminine version of the name Ariel and derives from Hebrew. The lion is a symbol of pride and strength. The lion is the King of the Jungle but the lioness is the one that provides for the pride by hunting.

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Nicknames for Arielle

Arielle evokes feelings of pride and warmth. If you're looking for a nickname for the Arielle in your life, we've created a fun list of possible options to help get you inspired. We suggest a bright and bubbly nickname like Ari or Ellie!

Arielle Name Details

Style: Traditional

Gender: Arielle is traditionally considered to be a girls name.

Pronunciation: ah-REE-elle

Syllables: Three

Alternative Spelling for Arielle

Arielle Name Popularity

According to the Social Security Administration, Arielle is a popular girl’s baby name that first entered the top 1000 names in 1982. It peaked in popularity between 1989 and 1992. As of 2020 Arielle is #346.

Great Middle Names for Arielle and Their Meanings

Famous People Named Arielle

  • Arielle Kebbel (American actress)
  • Arielle Greenberg (American poet)
  • Arielle Olson (American children's author)
  • Arielle Martin (American BMX cyclist)
  • Arielle Casta (television, “South Beach”)
  • Arielle Gastineau Ashton (television, “General Hospital”)
  • Arielle (video game, “Roblox Flicker”)
  • Arielle (video game, Pokemon series)
  • Arielle Boyd (comics, Flash comics)
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