Anders1234  10/20/2020
My name is Aniela, pronounced like a contraction of the names Annie and Ella and/or an-yell-ah.
I have a very love-hate relationship with this name. I like it, and it sounds nice and has a nice meaning, far more unique than just naming your child Angela or Angel (though those names aren't bad either). However, I would recommend seriously thinking about it before naming your daughter this. They'll have to be prepared for countless mispronunciations, both purposeful and accidental, and even being made fun of for correcting said mispronunciations (Because kids are assholes, whether you want to believe it or not, something you should always remember when naming your child - especially if it's an uncommon name).
Having this as my name has done nothing but frustrate me over the years, all the good parts have been lost to the annoyance that is constantly correcting people who don't even care to get it right. Thus, I sometimes go by Anie instead, and only use Ary/Arya online, as my middle name is Aryana and far less likely to require correction.
Good name, just be wary. Correcting people all the time is way more frustrating than people seem to realise and your child could end up hating her name because of it.
Aniemaniac05  7/10/2020
In 2018, 4 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Aniela who is registered female with the Social Security Administration. It is the 14, 489th most common female first name for living U.S. citizens.
― Anonymous User  10/22/2018
This is also a short form of Daniela/Daniella.
Eileen1209864  9/29/2016
The name Aniela means angel, messenger of God.
Aniela K  8/11/2015
I love it! I listened to The Jungle by Upton Sinclair on tape once, and I kept hearing the narrator say this name. And I could never figure out what he was saying. All I knew is that it sounded beautiful, whatever it was. Only when I used the random name generator did I find this name, and then it finally made sense! In the book, they spell it 'Aniele' and the narrator pronounces it 'on-YAY-lah', and this to me sounds much more unique than 'ON-yeh-lah', which is way too close to 'Angela' for me. Never was a fan of that name, but my husband and I really like Aniele, with the emphasis on the second syllable.
edenrowe  2/14/2008
In Polish Aniela is pronounced AHN-yell-ah. I don't care about statistics but I've read that it's making a comeback in Poland.
ADT  6/19/2006
My grandmother was named Aniela and it was always pronounced On-yell-a. Hope that helps. My daughter will have this name in February.
einstein217  12/28/2005

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