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Gorgeous! I prefer this spelling over Ariana.
-- tmarie  11/25/2005
Arianna was the name of the female half of the Spartan Cheerleaders on Saturday Night Live, played by Cheri Oteri.
-- Anonymous User  1/23/2006
Origin: Wales, England.
Love this one - but having a rough time choosing a middle name to fit with it.
-- namefinder25  1/23/2006
Yea, middle names are kinda hard to fit with this one. Mine is "Arianna Catherine". :)
-- ariums  7/17/2006
This name is perfect for a little princess and I like the middle name of Renee behind it. It seems to flow.
-- Anonymous User  1/25/2006
This is a great name for a girl. I kind of prefer the spelling Arianna than Ariana. I don't personally know anyone with this name.
-- Anonymous User  4/25/2006
"Arianna" reminds me of "Rihanna".
-- iva_toneva  6/20/2006
A very beautiful name. I love the meaning of it too. The one person I know with this name pronounces it airy-anna.
-- Anonymous User  7/24/2006
One famous bearer of Arianna (the only one I know of, actually) is Arianna Stassinopoulos Huffington. She's a writer, I believe she wrote a biography of Picasso, and now she's some sort of political pundit. I see her on TV every now and again. Her full name is quite a jawbreaker.
-- Starla Roxanne  9/12/2006
What a beautiful name Arianna is. It's very elegant sounding.
-- LynnLynn  10/10/2006
One of my best friend's name is Arianna, and her middle name is Norelle. I think it sounds very lyrical!
-- Anonymous User  12/12/2006
I think that Arianna is a beautiful name. To me it represents gracefulness and beauty. Anyone who wants a beautiful name should pick Arianna!
-- melinda1  1/17/2007
Arianna is beautiful and I just love it. :)
-- EgYpTiAn PrInCeSs  1/30/2007
Arianna is a beautiful name! One of my friends is named Arianna and whenever I picture someone with that name I see her.
-- sqirrlie  3/1/2007
I love this name and think it's worlds prettier than Ariadne.
-- writing the world  4/4/2007
Yes, I like this spelling better than Ariana. With an extra n, it makes it look royal. This would be a perfect name for a princess or queen or anyone royal. Her nickname would be Ari or Anna, but I like Ari better. A nice middle name would be Rose. Arianna Rose. I think that sounds beautiful!
-- bunnygirl  7/19/2007
"Aryan" is much too present in this name for my taste. I just can't get over that.
-- arrowhead909  7/22/2007
Arianna is also of Icelandic origins meaning "song of the siren".
-- Anonymous User  9/12/2007
I love the name Arianna! I very much prefer it with two "n"s, spelled this way, Arianna, than with one "n", Ariana. It is so much prettier that way! I think the nicknames Ari or Aria are really beautiful.
-- harry_sent_me  10/18/2007
I like this version better than `Ariana`. `Ariana` seems so uncomplete with only one N, while `Arianna` looks as wholesome and pretty a name can be with two of the letter N.
-- The Commenter  11/9/2007
I like this name, but I hate when everyone pronounces it AR-ee-anna. Seems like you can't escape from Anna.
-- jasmineenimsaj  2/10/2008
This is my name, I love it to death. I've never met anyone with it. And I pronounce it AIR-E-ANNA.
-- Anonymous User  3/2/2008
I'm going to have to disagree. I pronounce the name ari-AH-NAH. I think it's nicer.
-- Koolgal  7/17/2008
I like this name. However, it does sound a little like "Aryan", much to the delight of white supremacists.
-- bananarama  8/19/2008
I know a ton of Arianna's. This name is almost as popular as the name Isabella which I don't like for that very reason--because it's totally played out. Arianna's a very trendy girls name right now. Now don't take me wrong, I do like it, think it's very pretty, but wouldn't name my daughter this because there are just way too many. I also prefer the double 'n' spelling.
-- Bajafresh  8/23/2008
I named my youngest daughter this and I love it. We pronounce it like are-re-anna.
-- bflykisses  9/18/2008
In Italy Arianna was hardly ever used till the 1970s. Today it is common, without being overused (21th most popular name in Italy in 2004, 20th in 2006).
-- presentperfect  12/20/2008
The Italian pronunciation is ah-RRYAHNN-nah. If it was written Ariana, it would be pronounced quite different (ah-RRYAH-nah), but the name Ariana doesn't exist in Italian.
-- presentperfect  12/20/2008
Absolutely stunning! Beautiful!
-- Anonymous User  1/2/2009
L'Arianna is one of the first operas, written by Claudio Monteverdi. It is based on the Greek myth of Ariadne and Theseus and is mostly lost except for one piece, Lamento d'Arianna, or Arianna's Lament, a very touching aria. This is personally one of my favorite names and has been for as long as I can remember. It looks beautiful, sounds beautiful, and has a nice meaning.
-- britto08  2/21/2009
Dammit, I LOVE this name but it's so popular. I know at least 4 or 5 women who've named their kid Arianna. It's a great name, something I would've wanted to name my kid if it wasn't so common.
-- Bajafresh  8/25/2009
When I hear this name, I automatically assume her parents are racists, because of the Aryan sound to it. Good name if you want your little girl to grow up to dance around a pole.
-- Anonymous User  2/6/2010
Another boring Italian princess name.
-- Aureliano  2/26/2010
Arianna is also a 3-year old princess of the Netherlands.
-- Song-of-the-siren  5/9/2010
I love the name and not only because this is my name! In general, it sounds very beautiful, delicate, graceful and it has a great historical background and meaning of course.
-- Song-of-the-siren  5/9/2010
The actress who plays Cat on the t.v. show Victorious (on Nick=) real name is Ariana ~it might be spelled different but I think that's right.
-- Anonymous User  11/9/2010
I love this name! It's so cute for a little girl and can also fit for a girl when she grows up! I like the nickname "Ari".
-- adrenalinekat  12/28/2010
My mom was about to name me this! I think it's totally beautiful, much better than the totally dated name she chose for me now. ):
-- Chrila96  1/15/2011
This is my name:) It's true though, more and more parents are naming their kids this BUT it is very pretty. Also, I personally have only met one other girl with this name, and she spelt it differently. She spelt it with only one 'N'. And I pronounce it ari-AH-nah.
-- JeSuisCool  3/22/2011
I think Arianna is easier to pronounce than Ariadne. I also think it sounds better than Ariadne. It looks like a conjunction of "Ari" and "Anna", that I favor in regard.
-- Stewie_Griffin  9/8/2011
Beautiful, elegant, and regal. I think it sounds better when pronounced Ari-AH-NA. When the end part is said like "anna", it sounds sloppy.
-- Tabbi  12/26/2011
Arianna Huffington is an American author and columnist. She runs the famous news website huffingtonpost.com.
-- Anonymous User  7/11/2012
Arianna Rossi, Duchessa of Bellezza, from Mary Hoffman's Stravangza series.
-- kvpp88  5/16/2014
My daughters name is Arianna Alicia. I think of a princess when I say her name. It's not too common but also not unheard of. I love it!
-- ArisMama35  8/7/2014

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