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Meaning of the Name Rachel

The first name Rachel is of English, Hebrew, German, Biblical origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

English: Ewe or 'Lamb'. The Name is Borne in the Bible by the Younger of the Two Wives of Jacob and Mother of His Sons Joseph and Benjamin. (Ray-chel)
Hebrew: Ewe. Rachel Was the Second and Favoured Wife of Jacob in the Old Testament
Hebrew: Innocent Lamb
German: Lamb
Hebrew: Motherly (Ray, Rae, Rakel, Raye,Rachal, Rachelle, Raquel)
Biblical: Sheep

Similar Names

Rachal | Raguel | Raysel | Rachael | Rachele | Rachelle | Raechel | Raicheal | Raizel | Rakel |

Related Names

Barachel  (Biblical)
That Bows Before God
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
Leah  (Hebrew)
Tired. Cow. First Wife of Jacob in the Old Testament. Leah Became Jacob's First Wife by Trickery, As Jacob Had Intended to Marry Her Younger and More Beautiful Sister, Rachel, Who Soon Became His Seco
Raaheel  (Muslim)
Variant of Rahil: Rachel
Rachael  (Hebrew)
Variant of Rachel: Ewe. Rachel Was the Second and Favoured Wife of Jacob in the Old Testament
Rachele  (Hebrew)
Ewe
Rachele  (Italian)
Lamb
Rachelle  (French)
Lamb
Rae  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Rachel: Ewe. Rachel Was the Second and Favoured Wife of Jacob in the Old Testament
Raelene  (Australian)
Blend of Rae (Short Form of Rachel: Ewe) and the Name Element -ene
Rahel  (Polish)
Polish Form of Rachel: Lamb
Rahil  (Muslim)
Rachel
Rahil  (Russian)
Russian Form of Rachel: Lamb
Rakel  (Swedish)
Swedish Form of Rachel: Lamb
Raonaid  (Gaelic)
A Gaelic Form of Rachel (Ewe). (Rah-nah)
Raquel  (Spanish)
From the Name Rachel

Additional Names

Anjelika | Paulina | Guerehes | Carlisle | Josefa | Jilt | Ikhlaas | Oifa | Lina | Adelbert | Rachel | Suzanna | Lata | Maitreya | Ricarda |