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# Name Origin Meaning Gender Save

1721 Arial Welsh Vigorous. F
1722 Arian Welsh Silver. F
1723 Ariana Greek Holy one. F
1724 Ariana Latin Holy. Variant of Greek Mythological Ariadne who aided Theseus to escape from the Cretan labyrinth. F
1725 Ariana Welsh Silver. F
1726 Ariane French Very holy. Variant of the Greek Mythological Ariadne, who aided Theseus to escape from the Cretan labyrinth. F
1727 Ariane Greek Holy one. F
1728 Arianna Greek Variant of Ariadne: Chaste, very holy. Ariadne was Greek mythological daughter of King Minos of Crete who aided Theseus to escape from the Cretan labyrinth after killing the Minotaur. F
1729 Arianna Italian Form of the Greek Ariadne, meaning very holy. F

1730 Arianna Latin Variant of Greek Mythological Ariadne who aided Theseus to escape from the Cretan labyrinth. F
1731 Arianne Latin Variant of Greek Mythological Ariadne who aided Theseus to escape from the Cretan labyrinth. F
1732 Arianrhod Welsh Legendary daughter of Don. F
1733 Arianrod Anglo-Saxon Silver wheel. F
1734 Aricela Spanish Altar of heaven. F
1735 Aricia Latin From Aricia. F
1736 Aridatha Hebrew Flowering field. F
1737 Ariel Biblical Altar, light or lion of God. F
1738 Ariel Hebrew Lioness of God. Biblical name for Jerusalem. Used by Shakespeare for a mischevious spirit in The Tempest. F
1739 Ariel Shakespearean 'The Tempest' An airy, mischievous spirit. F
1740 Ariela Hebrew Lioness of God. F