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Gender: Female Meaning of Brielle: "hunting grounds" Origin of Brielle: French Brielle's Popularity in 2017: #101

The name Brielle is a girl's name of French origin meaning "hunting grounds". Brielle is ranked #101 on our popularity charts and is often added to lists like New Baby Names on the Rise and discussed in our forums with posts like "Baby a Day".

From the experts:

Though it sounds so modern, Brielle is, among other things, a traditional Cajun contraction of Gabrielle, but it has now spread far beyond that community. Brielle is also the name of a historic seaport in the western Netherlands.

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Famous People Named Brielle

Brielle Daniele Edborg, American singer-songwriter
Brielle Davis, Australian pop singer
Brielle Von Hugel, American pop singer
Brielle LaCosta, Miss East Coast International 2014; Miss New Jersey 2010
Brielle Lipstein, sister of actor Skylar Astin
Brielle Biermann, American reality TV personality and model; daughter of Kim Zolciak and NFL player Kroy Biermann ("The Real Housewives of Atlanta")
Brielle D'Shea Larkin, daughter of baseball player Barry Larkin
Brielle Caisse (b. 2011), daughter of NASCAR driver Sean Caisse and model Whitney Kay
Brielle Johnson (b. 2014), daughter of actress Renee Elise Goldsberry and Alexis Johnson

Pop Culture References for the name Brielle

"Brielle," song by Sky Sailing aka Adam Young
Brielle, city and seaport in the western Netherlands. The word supposedly stems from from the Celtic word brogilo (meaning "closed area" or "hunting grounds").
Brielle, New Jersey. City near the jersey shore