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) Jaell, Jeel, ..
(male) Jaelly, Jaly, ..
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)
Shown below is the birth name history of Jael for girls. 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.