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Meaning of the Name Arel

56 names found for "Arel"   (page 1 of 2) 

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The first name Arel is of Hebrew origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Hebrew: Variant of Ariel: Sprite; Lion of God. A Biblical Alternate Name for Jerusalem. Name of a Prankish Spirit in Shakespeare's the Tempest

Similar Names

Airell | Areli | Ariel | Arlee | Arley | Arlo | Aurel | Aureli | Auriel | Arela |

Related Names

Alma  (Italian)
Soul. Rarely Used Before the Crimean War Battle of Alma, But Subsequently Very Fashionable
Alma  (Latin)
Kind. Loving. The Soul. Rarely Used Before the Crimean War Battle of Alma, But Subsequently Very Fashionable
Arela  (Latin)
Golden
Arela  (Celtic)
An Oath
Areli  (Biblical)
The Light or Vision of God
Arella  (Hebrew)
Angel
Arella  (Spanish)
Golden
Arella  (Hebrew)
Spirit, Helper to God
Azarel  (Hebrew)
Variant of Azarael: God Helps
Beata  (Latin)
Happy; Many. This Name Has Rarely Been Found in the English Speaking World After the Th Century
Berenger  (German)
Derived Rom an Old German Compound Meaning Bear-spear. The Name Was Fairly Common in Medieval Britain But is Rarely Used Today
Bride  (Celtic)
A Variant of the Celtic Bridget, Meaning Strong. Although Bride Was Once a Common Name in England and Scotland, it is Rarely Seen Today
Bridie  (Celtic)
Diminutive of Bride: a Variant of the Celtic Bridget, Meaning Strong. Although Bride Was Once a Common Name in England and Scotland, it is Rarely Seen Today
Carel  (French)
Strong
Carella  (Latin)
Beloved
Darel  (Anglo Saxon)
Tenderly Loved
Darel  (English)
Variant of Darrell 'Open.'
Darelene  (Anglo Saxon)
Tenderly Loved
Darelle  (Anglo Saxon)
Tenderly Loved
Darence  (English)
Blend of Darell and Clarence
Darrance  (English)
Blend of Darell and Clarence
Darrence  (English)
Blend of Darell and Clarence
Derrance  (English)
Blend of Darell and Clarence
Harel  (Hebrew)
Mountain of God
Harelache  (English)
Lives at the Hare's Lake
Harelda  (Teutonic)
Strong in War
Harelde  (Teutonic)
Strong in War
Hareleah  (English)
From the Hare's Meadow
Janyl  (English)
Blend of Jar and Darell. See Also Jerrell
Jar  (English)
Abreviation of Jarel, Jarek, or Jared, Jareh
Jarel  (English)
Blend of Jar and Darell. See Also Jerrell
Jarell  (Native American)
Combination of Jar and Garety (Jarreth, Jerth)
Jarell  (English)
Blend of Jar and Darell. See Also Jerrell
Jarrel  (English)
Blend of Jar and Darell. See Also Jerrell
Jarrell  (English)
Blend of Jar and Darell. See Also Jerrell
Jaryl  (English)
Blend of Jar and Darell. See Also Jerrell
Jerel  (English)
Strong; Open-minded. Blend of Jerold and Darell
Jeriel  (English)
Strong; Open-minded. Blend of Jerold and Darell
Jerrall  (English)
Strong; Open-minded. Blend of Jerold and Darell
Jerrel  (English)
Strong; Open-minded. Blend of Jerold and Darell
Jerrell  (English)
Strong; Open-minded. Blend of Jerold and Darell
Jerrell  (Contemporary)
Combination of Geraid and Darryl (Gerrell, Jarell, Jarrel, Jeryl, Jeniel)
Jerryl  (English)
Strong; Open-minded. Blend of Jerold and Darell
Jeryl  (English)
Strong; Open-minded. Blend of Jerold and Darell
Karel  (Slavic)
Manly
Karel  (French)
Strong and Masculine
Karel  (Dutch)
Strong
Kinborough  (Gaelic)
Royal Fortress. Commonly Used in England Until the Th Century, But is Used Rarely Today
Laban  (Hebrew)
White. in the Bible, Laban Was the Brother of Isaac's Wife Rebekah and the Father of Jacob's Wives Leali and Rachel. This Name Was Popular With Puritans in the Th Century, But is Rarely Used Today
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