Other Origin(s):French
Meaning:Ewe; Little rock
Give baby a glamb-orous name, like Rachella. Typically given to girls, Rachella is a Latinized version of Rachelle, which is a variation of Rachel that has likely been influenced by Rochelle. Rachel has Hebrew origins, meaning “ewe,” and was the moniker of Jacob’s favorite wife in the Old Testament. Whereas, Rochelle comes from the French city La Rochelle, which signifies “little rock.” When your little lamb arrives, you can make them lovely and warm with a blanket and wrap them in cotton wool to keep them safe. If you were searching for a name as ewe-nique as baby, Rachella is certainly the one for ewe.
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