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Mythical name of a fortress that disappeared under the sea.
― Anonymous User  5/25/2005
I think this actually was meant to spell the name of the moon goddess mentioned for the name of 'Aranrhod' because of the fact that Arianrhod would end up meaning 'silver wheel', which the moon technically could be thought as. I could be wrong, though.
echo_of_the_past  2/24/2006
Said Arry-AN-hrod.
― Anonymous User  7/20/2006
I absolutely love this name. "Arianrhod" is a very cute name, and it has a meaning that you really wouldn't think it has. And besides, it's cool for a Welsh name. I'm naming my kid this someday.
Katana  7/24/2006
It is actually Aranrhod that is a variant of Arianrhod, who is a Welsh Goddess of time, air and reincarnation.
audreyhubley  8/29/2006
A beautiful name with an excellent history, but if you're considering naming a girl this, be warned that controversial fantasy author Robert Jordan named a concept in his books after a corruption of the name. See'aran'rhiod.
kementari  12/21/2006
This is an AWESOME name!
Sparky221  4/3/2007
This is the name of one of the main characters in Diana Wynne Jones' book "The Merlin Conspiracy".
dogstar21  6/1/2008
The character went by Roddy. Arianrhod is a lovely name.
910  7/31/2009

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