What does Raechel mean?
Raechel \ra(e)-chel\ as a name for girls. Raechel's name origin is Hebrew, and the meaning of Raechel is "ewe, female sheep". Raechel is a form of Rachel (Hebrew). Biblical: Jacob's wife. Rarely used as a name for newborns.
Raechel has 19 more different forms via Rachel: Rachael▼, Rachelanne, Rachelce, Racheli, Rae▼, Rahel, Rahil, Rakel, Raquel▼, Raquela, Raquella, Raquelle, Rashell, Rashelle, Ray▼, Shell, Shelley▼, Shellie▼ and Shelly▼.
Raechel is an unusual first name for females. Raechel is an equally unusual last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Rachael, Racheal, Rachel (#155 in 2014), Rachelle, Rae, Raquel (#697), Ray, Shelley, Shellie and Shelly are the popular varying forms of Raechel (#unlisted) ranked in the Top 1000. Adoption of these girl names was at its most widespread during the years 1970-1979 and has become significantly less since, with versions such as Rachael, Raquel, Shelley, Shellie and Shelly falling out of fashion. Shown below is a comparison of the popularity of Raechel and related names. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Raechel is pronounced similarly to Richel. Like Raechel, this name is not frequently used.