In addition, Arianna is a derivative (Italian) of Adriana.
Arianna is also a derivative (English, Greek, and Italian) of the English, German, and Greek Ariadne.
Arianna is also a derivative of Ariana.
Arianna has 16 derivatives. Derivatives of the name include Aeriana, Aerianna, Aerionna, Ahreanna, Ahriana, Ahrianna, Airiana, Ariana, Ariane, Arieana, Ariona, Arionna, Aryana, Aryanna, and Aryonna. The diminutive Ary is another English derivative.Both the origin and meaning of the name Arianna is inherited by all variant forms.
Arianna is very popular as a baby girl name, and it is also viewed as trendy. The name has been increasing in popularity since the 1980s. At the modest height of its usage in 2010, 0.247% of baby girls were given the name Arianna. It had a ranking of #54 then. In 2012, it ranked at #49 with a usage of 0.244%, and it was the most popular within all girl names in its family. Arianna was 32% more widely used than the 2nd most popular name, Ariana, in 2012.
Baby names that sound like Arianna include Ariana, Aryana, Arianwen, Arianwyn, Armenouhi, Armenouhie, Oriana, Orianna, Aramoana, Arunima, Aeronwen, Airini, Arán, Arian, Ariane, Arianne, Ariene, Arin, Arinne, and Armagan.
† Pronunciation for Arianna: AA as in "odd (AA.D)" ; R as in "race (R.EY.S)" ; IY as in "eat (IY.T)" ; AE as in "at (AE.T)" ; N as in "knee (N.IY)"
A famous person named Arianna is Arianna Huffington, Journalist, born Arianna Stassinopoulos 15 July 1950, Athens, Greece.