Lyriel

Lyriel is a modern English name, an elaborated form of Lyre or Lyric, which refers to a type of poetry that expresses subjective thoughts and feelings in a songlike style or form. It comes from Ancient Greek lyrikos via lúra meaning “lyre” which seems to be derived from a pre-Greek origin of uncertain origin. It can even be stretched out to mean “lyre of God” or “God’s lyre” combined with Hebrew el meaning “god”.

Origin: Ancient Greek, Hebrew

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Variants:

  • Lyrial (English)
  • Lyric (English)
  • Lyre (English)
  • Lyra (English)

 

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