- (Pronounced Ayr-ee-AD-nee) So, by now everyone's heard of other Greek feminine names like Hermione and Daphne, but I have known of this name for years and have always wondered why it hasn't taken off. Its time in the sun may be coming, especially with the rise of similar sounding names such as Ariel, Arianne, Arianna and Adriana. I think this name is an undiscovered gem.
- it rolls nicely off the tongue, and is unusual and yet has history. Ariadne was featured in Greek Myths.
The name of a lady's baby on "Judging Amy"
- (a RI ad NEE) This name is ancient Greek from an old myth it has a nice sound and rhythm to it and I love Greek mythology. It also sound quite Victorian and I love that
Ariadne is a Greek mythological name belonging to a princess who eventually helps the hero Theseus escape from the Minotaur in the Labyrinth. The name is derived from the Greek ari meaning "most" and adnos meaning "holy."
See Also: Ariadna, Ariana
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