Richelle
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My parents decided to combine their names "Michele" and "Richard" and that is how they came up with "Richele".
-- Ricole33  6/2/2005
Richelle is a sweet pretty name for a girl. I have only known one young girl with this name.
-- Anonymous User  10/6/2006
Lovely name! At least it's not overused like Mary or Ashley.
-- aquaspirit96  9/4/2007
It doesn't sound nearly as pretty, glamorous, and sophisticated as some people think. It's no ghetto name, and it's not exactly trailer trash level either, but it's quite tacky.
-- slight night shiver  5/4/2008
I hate this name, it's so chavvy and horrible.
-- Anonymous User  10/9/2008
It is a French name. It can also be spelled Richell.
-- italiannames  4/15/2009
Sounds like someone felt like making the name Michelle more unique by sticking an R at the beginning. Not too fond of it.
-- Anonymous User  1/17/2010
Richelle Mead is the author of a teen vampire series called "Vampire Academy." It's a very good series, and I personally think Richelle is an awesome name and an even cooler person.
-- RoseWeasley95  3/11/2010
Yet another ugly, lazily-constructed feminine form. This one looks rather like Rochelle, which I think is ugly as well.
-- bananarama  11/10/2010
This name is also frequently used in The Netherlands, where it had over 800 bearers in 2010 (in total, i.e. of all ages). I myself once had a classmate with this name.
-- Lucille  5/26/2012
The name Richelle was given to 43 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/19/2013
My name, Richelle was given to me as a straight derivative of Richard, my dad, RIP. I proudly adorn it. It means ¨powerful ruler¨. Some people may not like it, but that could be because they can't deal with the power behind the name.
-- shelly1964  4/9/2014
My mother told me she made the name up as my father was named Richard and I was first born. I was always the only one with that spelling that I came across until maybe 10 years ago, and everyone has been younger. I would be curious to see how far back it actually goes. I was born in 1963... anyone before that? By the way.. I like the name :)
-- Richellef  12/25/2015

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