Rachel originates from Hebrew and can be translated to mean "lamb" or "innocence." Related to its Hebrew origins, the name Rachael is associated with the Old Testament, as Rachael was the second wife of Jacob. While the name was primarily used among Jews during the Middle Ages, it has remained steady in popularity within the United States, Canada, and England.
Similar Names: Rachel, Rachelle
Famous Rachael Names: Rachel Weisz (actress), Rachel McAdams (actress)