In the Cabala, a water spirit; in later folklore, a light and graceful spirit of the air.
In Alexander Pope's poem "The Rape of the Lock", a spirit of the air, chief of the sylphs.
The 3rd innermost moon of Uranus.
Ariel - The name Ariel comes from Shakespeare's "the Tempest." It is a technique developed by Edvin Öhrstrom. Ariel is much like the Graal technique in that its core is formed by layering colored glass. The motif is sandblasted and then additional layers of clear glass are added trapping air bubbles in the pattern.
Ariel software is a product of Research Libraries Group in Palo Alto, California. It enables transmission of printed literature over the Internet from one Ariel Workstation to another. DocView is designed to be compatible with Ariel, so DocView can also receive documents sent by any Ariel Workstation. This method of transmission is very similar to fax, except that the Internet is the channel for communication, rather than a telephone company. DocView's built-in Windows Sockets software emulates Ariel protocols, and permits Ariel to easily access DocView in addition to other Ariel Workstations.
A document transmission system produced by the Research Libraries Group (RLG)
A document delivery system from RLG
Document delivery ARIEL is a software package that allows libraries to scan documents into a computer, then transmit the document across Internet connection in a condensed text format. [Participating Libraries
(ah-ree-EL) n. Lion of God. A title for the Mashiach.
Lion of God Fireplace on God's altar
Ariel is the name of a Judeo-Christian archangel. The name "Ariel" means "Lion of God". According to Hebrew scriptures, Ariel is the Angel of the Nature and Earth, and is described with long silver hair and bright, violet eyes.