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The name Ariana is a baby girl name. The name Ariana comes from the Welsh origin. In Welsh The meaning of the name Ariana is: Silver.


Name Information
Boy or Girl ?: girl
Origin of name: Welsh
Meaning: Silver.
Expression number: 8
SoulUrge Number: 3
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Number of ratings: 105

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Love my name
written by Arianna, March 19, 2008
There's a Marc Anthony song..where he mentions his daughters name "Arianna." I wonder if it has to do with any of the popularity. Honestly, I was the only Arianna for a long time in my area. But funny story, several of my schoolmate's parents used the name to name their subsequent daughters. In my old school, there were about 3-4 Arianna's by the time I graduated (all much younger than me) who could be traced back to me.
my baby' sname is ariana to
written by Melissa & Angel, March 20, 2008
My daughter is 18 months old, and i found her name in a song and loved the name the second i heard it. Her nick name is NaNa. I have two beautiful daughter's Angelina and Ariana.
different spelling
written by AshleyNichole, March 21, 2008
the way i've been wanting to spell it is: ARIYANNA!! it makes it more unique
arihanna marie
written by alicia soulliere, March 22, 2008
wow...my daughters name is arihanna marie..also
not quite the same spelling but still..its weird...but i have to say marie is common
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written by Stephanie, April 23, 2008
This is my 4 year old daughter's name. We used the middle name Rain so her name means silver rain...Very unique.
Afghani name
written by Nancy, June 23, 2008
Hi. My daughter was born in 1987. My husband's from Afghanistan, so we named my daughter after his country; the original name of his country was Ariana/Aryana. We did this with two purposes in mind: first, to honor the country that he had to leave, since the Russians killed my husband's father and put my husband in jail for not wanting to be a communist, so he had to leave there, even though he missed his home so badly. Second, we named her with a sense of irony, because the place where we eventually moved was the four state center of the KKK, and we would probably have been killed if we'd lived in Germany about sixty years ago; the thing is, the Afghan, Persian, and surrounding countries were the original Aryan countries, and most certainly didn't look like Hitler's ideal--blond hair, blue eyes, etc. (and yes, some people will say that the original Aryans came from somewhere else, blah, blah, blah, but we don't care--we just love the name).
Ariana Victoria
written by april, July 17, 2008
I love this name- my daughter is almost 8 now and it is becoming quite popular. Though most that I know are spelt Arianna and pronounced "Airy-ana". Still love it!
I also am ariana and I like my name is the best one of the world
written by ariana, October 22, 2009
I also am called ariana and born in 1991 and because I am very contented with my mother to put to me a name beautiful
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written by Alyce, February 09, 2010
I first thought of this when reading a bit about celtic mythology, Arianrhod is a figure in welsh mythology, the name Arianrhod meaning Silver Wheel. I've never heard of it here in Australia so I doubt it's popular here. I think it would be pronounced Ah-ree-ah-na, or at least that's what sounds prettiest to me.
My daughter's name
written by Tracy Rose, February 24, 2010
I named my daughter Ariana Marie. We call her Ari. We pronounce it "Are-ree-on-na" not "Airy-anna" which people sometimes say. Marie was my aunt's middle name- she passed away while I was pregnant, so I wanted to include part of her name in my daughter's name. I love this name because it's formal, it has a cute nickname and it's very beautiful.
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written by karen trevino, June 22, 2010
I have a one year old daughter but i spell her name Arianah and pronounce it air- eeee - ana. i love the h at the end !
confused i guess
written by Tara, July 05, 2010
I want to name my baby Arianna or Ariana Rose what is the difference between spellings or are they even pronounced the same? I've been decided on this name since I was 16 and now I'm 26 expecting my first baby and not sure how to spell it. Please help

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