Comments for the name Ariadne

Comments for ARIADNE:

This was the name of the main character in the 'The Heart Has...' book series (The Heart Has Its Reasons, The Heart Has Forever and The Heart Only Knows) by Kerry Blair.
-- KawaiiLittleMeg  1/16/2006
This name appeared on the TV series Judging Amy as the daughter of a character named Donna.
-- Anonymous User  6/7/2006
Ariadne Oliver is a recurring character in Agatha Christie's novels. She is a flighty mystery writer who is extremely fond of apples. In several of the stories she tries to help Hercule Poirot solve mysteries by using her "feminine intuition."
-- breakofday  9/27/2006
Ariadne Artiles is a Spanish model.
-- Anonymous User  8/6/2007
In the 80's Fantasy movie "The Adventures of Baron Munchausen", the queen of the moon was named Ariadne. I think this is a beautiful name, however, responding to what someone said earlier, my name is Emma and I think it is one of the best female names. Anyway, Ariadne is quite pretty.
-- harry_sent_me  9/8/2007
Saint Ariadne was a second-century martyr of Phrygia who, according to tradition, was a slave killed after refusing to perform pagan rites.
-- AndrewJKD  4/27/2008
This is the name of the actress/singer Ariadne Diaz from the mexican soap opera "Al Diablo con los Guapos" aka Florencia Chavaria and shes also in Muchachitas como Tu.
-- Anonymous User  8/31/2008
'Ariadne auf Naxos' is a famous opera by Richard Strauss.
-- Anton  3/13/2010
Ariadne was the name of Ellen Page's character in Christopher Nolan's film, Inception. I was really excited to see this name being used in a youthful context, as it's one of my favorites!
-- thejamrose21  7/18/2010
"A labyrinthine man never seeks the truth, but only his Ariadne."
--Friedrich Nietzsche
(Ariadne having been his recently deceased mother).
-- erb816  8/26/2010
The above Nietzsche quote is likely why the name Ariadne was chosen for the dream architect in "Inception" (2010). Frankly, given that it's such an exotic name, I thought it fit in quite well in the modern world. It's a lovely name.
-- erb816  8/26/2010
Ariadne Bliss was the name of a priggish little girl in the book 'The Eight Cousins' by Louisa May Alcott. In the sequel to that book, 'Rose in Bloom', it seems that the girl's name was changed to Annabel and the she was much nicer than in the previous book.
-- Alie.Meilian  4/28/2011

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