Aurèle's nice but not given anymore. Many kids are called Aurélien, though, and the feminine form is Aurélie (really nice).
Pronounced "oh-rell."
No offense, but I'd say this name fits a girl better than it does a boy (or man, for that matter). When looking at it, I was reminded of "aureole" - the French word for "halo" - which, itself, sounds feminine. But this is a beautiful name - that's undeniable. I'd consider using it, because it brings to mind an angel with a radiant halo.
A famous bearer is Aurele Nicolet, Swiss flautist. A remarkable stylist, Nicolet has been praised for wonderful nuanced and elegant playing.

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