The meaning of Jarrell is 'spear-brave'. This name has an Irish origin. The name is alternately used with its variant Jarell. This name is derived from the Old German name Gerhard. Jarrell was also the name of the son of Gerard. The name Jarrell has been gender-specific for several years and continues to be mostly used for boys. This name became increasingly popular in 1918. The name was relatively popular by 1942, after which it encountered a sluggish decline. In 1987, the name Jarrell reached its peak. The name is relatively common and has been used for multiple book characters. A character named Jarrell could be found in the 2018 American satirical comedy and drama television series ‘Succession’, portrayed by the American actress, Holly Hunter. People have a belief that a person with the name Jarrell is disciplined, frugal, assertive, conscientious, stable, methodical, extracting, and precise. They hold superior attributes, including being pragmatic, hard-working, down-to-earth, dependable, and reliable. This name is used in several places, including the United States, Germany, Denmark, Quebec, Austria, Alberta, and Australia. A famous personality with this name is Jarrell Miller, an American professional boxer and former kickboxer. Another well-known personality with this name is Jarrell Huang Jun Rong, a Singaporean artist, singer, and songwriter.
Jarrell is most often associated with the gender: male.
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Spelling Of Jarrell
J-A-R-R-E-L-L, 7-letter male given name.