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Another way of spelling it is Mariela.
-- trayc53  5/28/2005
My name is spelled Mariela. I like it because it is Italian.
-- MDC480  9/22/2005
Mariella's a seamless fusion of old-world charm and cosmopolitan flair. ♥
-- Wordsmith  1/14/2007
It's such a great name. I love it a lot.
-- Koolgal  3/24/2007
I love this name. It's very feminine and rolls off the tongue easily. I love it! The spelling Mariela is fine too.
-- bobcat_explorer  5/20/2007
This is the name of a song by British singer, Kate Nash.
-- sweetkit  4/5/2008
Pronounced mah-ree-ELL-ah.
-- AndrewJKD  4/19/2008
It is a very pretty name ♥. I love the pronunciation Mah-ree-ella, whether it is correct or not I don't know. Really cool, and adds an air of formality to the overused name Maria.
-- GarbageGuy  6/25/2008
Mariella Frostup, British TV presenter known for her good looks and alluring voice.
-- Jonquil  9/12/2008
I really like this name; it sounds really nice and lovely; it has sort of a cosy quality to it in some way, but at the same time it sounds fresh, new and modern in general. :)
-- walesgal92  5/8/2010
I love this name, we named our second daughter Mariella, as a more unusual version of Maria. People often comment on how pretty it is!
-- Katinkabelle  7/12/2010
Also a Spanish name, though pronounced "Muh-RELL-uh".
-- writer371  3/22/2011
Italian Pronuncition:

Mah-RYEHL-Lah

"A" as in "Father." For the combination of "Riel," the letters go from "Ree-Eyhl" to a meshed "RYEHL." Be mindful to pronounce both following "LL"s separately-- which is generally accomplished with the most ease by placing extra emphasis on the letter directly before ("E"), and slowly rolling through. Again, "A" is as found in "Father."

AndrewJKD was on the correct track. What he wrote simply needed a minimal bit of tweaking. [noted -ed]
-- Francesca  1/24/2012
This is one of my favorite girls names! Absolutely stunning. It is timeless and I can easily picture a young girl, teenager, adult, bearing this name. A symbol of beauty, purity, strength and sophistication.
-- flamingrubyred  4/11/2012
The name Mariella was given to 148 baby girls born in the US in 2012. This is one of my new favorites :)
-- Oohvintage  7/17/2013
Mariella Fyfe, a character in Rosamond Lehmann's book 'Dusty Answer', first published in 1927.
-- TreeWeaver  8/17/2013

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