This is the name of a character from "The Labyrinth of the Spirits" by Carlos Ruiz Zafón. It's the last in a series of gothic novels set in mid-20th century Barcelona. She's not a very happy character but it's a beautiful and compelling name and book.
HailCthulhu  4/2/2021
I love this form of Ariadne! Although, I prefer the original.
― Anonymous User  11/24/2020
Also Hungarian:
Frollein Gladys  11/18/2020
I prefer Adrianna.
Anders1234  7/26/2020
Nahh. I heavily prefer Ariana.
saturnbrat  5/28/2020
Also Slovak (albeit rare): -- name day: September 18 --- Ariadna Vendelová
Frollein Gladys  6/22/2019
Nope. Ariadne is much better.
kayisforkeen  9/27/2018
According to ( Ariadna ranked 84th place in Madrid, Spain (1998), it than declined down to 100th place in 1999, it rose up to 81st place in 2000 and rose up to 80th place in 2001 and rose up again, up to 69th place in 2002, then it declined down to 79th place in 2003, then rose up to 66th place in 2004 and last of all it rose up to 55th place in 2005.
lilolaf  2/3/2017
This is MUCH better than "Ariadne" in my opinion, Ariadna sounds softer, more girly and is not so harsh. Ariadna should replace Ariadne on the charts.
― Anonymous User  6/7/2016
Ariadna María Gutiérrez Arévalo is a Colombian actress, TV Host, model and beauty queen who won Miss Colombia 2014 and represented Colombia at Miss Universe 2015 where she placed 1st runner-up.
cutenose  5/28/2016
Though quite popular in Spain and Catalonia, the name Ariadna is relatively rare in the US. In 2012, it was given to 95 baby girls born here. The form Ariadne remains more popular.
Oohvintage  7/18/2013
Ariadna is also the Georgian form of Ariadne.

In Georgian, Ariadna is written as: არიადნა.
Lucille  6/4/2013
Ariadna is also the Catalan form. The name is relatively popular in Catalonia. [noted -ed]
overtheclouds  8/26/2012
ARIADNE is also common.
ely_riverbank  4/17/2011
Ariadna is, in some rare cases, used also in Russian culture. There it is pronounced ah-ri-AHD-nah. Marina Tsvetayeva's daughter was named so, a well-known ballet dancer Anastasia Volochkova named her daughter Ariadna as well.
ToveTer  12/2/2007
Spanish and Polish? That's a bit far apart, yes? Romance vs Slavic language? Strange that this name is used in both places. I like this name. Better than I like Ariadne, anyway.
― Anonymous User  4/17/2007
Ariadna Gil, a Spanish actress, is a famous bearer of this name.
lawruh  1/22/2007
"Ariadna Thalia Sodi Miranda" is the name of the Mexican singer and actress known as "Thalia", who became popular with the Mexican serial "Rosalinda".
iva_toneva  5/20/2006

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