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Spell Check of Ariel

Correct spelling: Ariel

Definition of Ariel:

Alt. of Ariel gazelle

Common misspellings:

  • aeriel (64%)
  • riel (27%)
  • areil (9%)
boy

Ariel

  \a-riel\
 

Meaning: lion of God

Origin: Hebrew

Details:
Ariel as a boy's name (also used as girl's name Ariel), is pronounced AR-ee-el. It is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Ariel is "lion of God". Biblical place name for Jerusalem. Also the scriptural name for a place in Sumeria. Literary: Shakespeare gave this name to a prankish spirit who can disappear at will in "The Tempest". The name has otherwordly connotations, and though Shakespeare's Ariel is male, it is more frequently used for girls in modern times. Israeli statesman Ariel Sharon.

Sounds Like: Uriel, Oriel.

Variants: Aryell, Aeriel, Aeriell, Airel, Airyel, Airyell, Arel, Ari, Arie, Ariell, Arik, Aryel.

girl

Ariel

  \a-riel\
 

Meaning: lion of God

Origin: Hebrew

Details:
Ariel as a girl's name (also used as boy's name Ariel), is pronounced AYR-ee-ul. It is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Ariel is "lion of God". Biblical place name for Jerusalem. Literary: Shakespeare gave the name to a prankish spirit in "The Tempest". Ariel was also made popular in modern times as the name of the mermaid in Walt Disney's cartoon feature film "The Little Mermaid". Arielle is a modern coinage.

Sounds Like: Oriel, Auriel.

Variants: Ariellia, Aeriel, Aeriela, Aeriell, Arie, Ariela, Ariele, Ariell, Ariella, Arielle, Ariellel.

Examples of usage:

1) After a half hour the report of a shot reached the camp, and an hour later the young hunter returned with the good news that he had killed a young zebra and that the locality was full of game; that he saw from a height besides zebras, a numerous herd of ariel antelopes as well as a group of water- bucks pasturing in the vicinity of the river. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

2) He always figures in the corner of the scenes in which she distinguishes herself, separated from her by something like the gulf that separated Caliban from Ariel. - "George Du Maurier, the Satirist of the Victorians", T. Martin Wood.

3) At Bayonne he edited the Ariel. - "A Biographical Dictionary of Freethinkers of All Ages and Nations", Joseph Mazzini Wheeler.

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