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Girl Names Ending with -iel

Iel ending baby names and what they mean, with 22 results. -iel names are used more often as masculine names. These girl names were at the peak of their popularity 2 decades ago (adoption of 0.3%) and are somewhat less widespread today (adoption 0.2%, 47%), with names like Muriel becoming less in vogue. Briel (top 25%) and Dubiel (12%) are familiar -iel last names. Here is the list of -iel names for boys.

-iel names

Ariel - Muriel | Oriel - Oriel

Ariel - Muriel

Ariel and variantsAriel, var. Aeriel
Derivative of Hebrew. "Lion of God." Arial is also a moderately common birth name.

Auriel1, Oriel1
Var. of Oriole. Root fr. Latin language. "Golden." Oriel (cf. Kriel, Ofriel) is a common -riel suffix surname.

Auriel2, var. Oriel2
From Latin language. "Golden." Aurial and Auriala are creative forms.

Var. of Aurelia. Derived fr. Latin language. "Golden." Not that common as a girls' name. See also Ariela.

Var. of Avril. Derived fr. Latin word. "To open." Uncommon, with the androgynous -el suffix for Avriel, like Anabel. See also Abril.

Form of Carol. From Old German element. "Free man." Carier (upper 97%), Cardiel (10%) are popular last names. See also Carlie.

Var. of Cecilia. Derived fr. Latin, Old Welsh elements. "Blind; sixth." Unique. Ceciel (cf. Coel, Chanel) uses the -el suffix.

Form of Celeste. Stems fr. Latin language. "Heavenly." Outside Top 2000.

Chantiel, Chantriel
Forms of Chantal. Derived fr. Old French element. "Stone." Chantiel and Chantriel are not frequently used as girls' names.

Form of Fauna. In Roman mythology, the goddess of .. Not in popularity charts.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -iel names: Aeriel, Ariel, Gabriel, Mariel, Muriel

Form of Gabrielle. Root fr. Hebrew element. "Woman of God." Less common today. Gabriel last appeared in 2010 in the Top 2000. Unisex name.

Var. of Ja-. Derived fr. American. Combination of the Ja prefix with .. Janiel is seldom adopted as a baby name.

Source fr. Hebrew word. "God has seen." Also used for boys. Jeriel is rarely occurring as a first name.

From Hebrew element. "My crown is God." Not in popularity charts. See also Katrien.

Var. of Laurel. Derivative of Latin. "The bay, or laurel plant." Lauriel is seldom used as a girls' name. See also Loriel.

Form of Lori. Source fr. English, Latin elements. "Laurel." Unique. Loriel, like Lyndel, ends with the common androgynous -el. See also Lorie.

Mary and variantsMariel1, Meriel1, Muriel1
Forms of Mary. Based on Latin language. "Star of the sea." Usage of Muriel as a birth name has declined since 1920-1929.

Based on Danish, Latin elements. "Star of the sea." A familiar girls' name (#1839 in 2015), Mariel also exists frequently as a first name for women. See also Merill.

Derived fr. Irish, Gaelic word. "Sea nymph; shining sea." Meriel was not a Top birth name in 2015. See also Merrell.

Muriel and variantsMuriel2, var. Meriel3
Root fr. Irish, Gaelic. "Sparkling, shining sea." Meriel is rarefied as a birth name among the versions of Muriel.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -iel names for girls.

1. Ariel - Muriel
Ariel [Aeriel], Oriole [Oriel, Auriel], Auriel [Oriel], Aurelia [Auriel], Avril [Avriel], Carol [Cariel], Cecilia [Ceciel], Celeste [Celestiel], Chantal [Chantiel, Chantriel], Fauna [Fauniel], Gabrielle [Gabriel], Ja- [Janiel], Jeriel, Katriel, Laurel [Lauriel], Lori [Loriel], Mary [Mariel, Meriel, Muriel], Mariel, Meriel, Muriel [Meriel]

Oralia [Oriel], Oriel [Auriel]

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