- in Shakespeare's The Tempest, an airy spirit who is the servant of Prospero
- a satellite of the planet Uranus
Origin of Ariel; from Ecclesiastical Greek ari?l ; from Classical Hebrew (language) ariel, lion of God: a name applied to Jerusalem in the Bible
A satellite of Uranus.
Origin of ArielAfter Ariel, a sylph that guards the heroine of The Rape of the Lock by Alexander Pope.
- Common misspelling of aerial.
- type of mountain gazelle, native to Arabia
From Biblical Hebrew, meaning "lion of God".