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Gender: affix
Pronunciation:
Meaning: of or from God
Related Names: -ijel, -ielle, -iele, -iella, -iela, -iello, -ielo, -iellus, -ielus, -ielli, -ieli, Ariel, Ezekiel, Daniel, Gabriel, Nathaniel, Uriel, Uzziel, -el(1), Emmanuel, Ishmael, Israel, Joel, Michael, Raphael, Samuel, Eli-, El-, -elle, -iah

Length: 4 Gender: {{#if affix

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Rank in 2000s: 0 0

Name: -iel Origin: Hebrew Meaning (no case): of or from god


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ORIGIN AND HISTORY

Hebrew, -iy'el, of or from El, God[1]

-iel and its less-common variant -ijel literally mean "of or from God."

-ielle, -iella, -iello, -iellus & -ielli are portmanteaux of -iel and -elle, -ella, -ello, -ellus & -elli, respectively.

-iele, -iela, -ielo, -ielus & -ieli are simply this suffix with Latinate endings.

For a unique variation of Biblical style names, you can exchange it with -iah from a classic version of a name and still remain linguistically correct, such as Uriel, instead of Uriah[1].

This works best when the root name is Hebrew, as well.

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Author: Sabertooth

Facts about -ielRDF feed
Gender affix  +
Length 4  +
Meaning of or from God  +
Meaningnc of or from god  +
Name -iel  +
Origin Hebrew  +
Popularity 0  +
Rank in 2000s 0  +
Related -ijel  +, -ielle  +, -iele  +, -iella  +, -iela  +, -iello  +, -ielo  +, -iellus  +, -ielus  +, -ielli  +, -ieli  +, Ariel  +, Ezekiel  +, Daniel  +, Gabriel  +, Nathaniel  +, Uriel  +, Uzziel  +, -el(1)  +, Emmanuel  +, Ishmael  +, Israel  +, Joel  +, Michael  +, Raphael  +, Samuel  +, Eli-  +, El-  +, -elle  +, and -iah  +
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