Rachael - Meaning of Rachael

What does Rachael mean?

[ 2 syll. rac-hae(l), ra-cha-el ] The baby girl name Rachael is pronounced REY-CH-ahL †. Rachael's origin is Hebrew, and its use, English.

Rachael is a variant spelling of the English, French, German, and Yiddish Rachel in the English language.

Rachael is also a variant form of the English, French, and Italian Rachelle.

See also the related categories, english and hebrew.

Rachael is uncommon as a baby girl name. At the modest height of its usage in 1987, 0.151% of baby girls were given the name Rachael. It was #98 in rank then. The baby name has seen a substantial decline in popularity since then, and is used only on an infrequent scale today. In 2018, within the family of girl names directly linked to Rachael, Rachel was the most popular.

Baby names that sound like Rachael include Raakel, Rachal, Rachalle, Rachel, Rachele, Rachelle, Rachil, Rachyl, Rackel, Racquel, Racquell, Raechel, Raechele, Raechell, Raechelle, Raechul, Rahshel, Raichael, Raichel, and Raisel.

† Pronunciation for Rachael: R as in "race (R.EY.S)" ; EY as in "ate (EY.T)" ; CH as in "cheese (CH.IY.Z)" ; AH as in "mud (M.AH.D)" ; L as in "lay (L.EY)"

Details of famous persons named Rachael:
Actress Rachael Leigh Cook, born 4 October 1979, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
TV Personality Rachael Ray, born 25 August 1968, Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

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