Pop singer Ariana Grande put this European name on the map, with a little assist from Arianna Huffington, founder of the Huffington Post. Whether you prefer one N or two, Ariana is elegant and romantic, fit for a princess, an opera or running a media company. It might be an Italian form of Ariadne or a Welsh name meaning “silver.” According to Social Security data, Ariana is the preferred spelling and made the top 100 in 2001. It comes with the cute nicknames Ari, Ana and Anna. Tony Dovolani of "Dancing With the Stars" has a daughter named Ariana, as does reality TV star Kim Zolciak Biermann.

Famous People Named Ariana

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  • Ariana Grande

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Source: Social Security Administration

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