What does Jael mean?
Jael [jael] as a girls' name (also used more widely as boys' name Jael) is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Jael is "mountain goat". Biblical: Jael was a heroic woman who killed the Canaanite captain Sisera.
(female) Jeel, Juael, ..
(male) Jadi, Jaly, .. Middle name pairings:
Jael Karina (J.K.), ..
How popular is Jael?
Jael is a rare given name for women. Jael is a unique surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Jael was first listed in 2000 and reached its apex position of #1193 in the U.S. in 2012, and is at #1504 presently. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Jael is pronounced similarly to Jewel▼, Jewell▼, Jil, Jill▼, Joell, Joelle, Jyl and Jyll. Other recommended names are Adel, Amel, Batel, Bel, Carel, Dael, Darel, Del, Etel, Gael, Hazel, Jacee, Jaci, Jacy, Jada▼, Jade▲, Jadee, Jaden▼, Jady, Jae, Jaelyn, Jahnel, Jalea, Jama, Jamee, Jamela, James▼, Jamey, Jami▼, Jan▼, Jana▼, Jane▼, Janea, Janel▼, Janell▼, Janely, Janet▼, Janey, Janiel, Jann, Jannel, Jaral, Jas, Jay, Jaya, Jaye, Jayla, Je-, Jearl, Jeh, Jen, Jey, Joela, Joely, Jonel, Junel, Karel, Kyel, Lael, Mabel▼, Madel, Mel, Neel, Nel, Noel, Orel and Rakel. These names tend to be more commonly used than Jael.See names in meaning and etymology.