🔼The name Arieh in the Bible
The Hebrew name Arieh occurs only once in the Bible. Arieh is a guard who is killed along with king Pekahiah of Israel and a fellow guard named Argob (2 Kings 15:25). The assassin's name is Pekah, a royal officer who is helped by fifty men from Gilead. Pekah subsequently becomes king.
🔼Etymology of the name Arieh
The name Arieh is equal to the common Hebrew noun אריה ('aryeh), meaning lion, from the root-verb ארה (arah), meaning to gather:
The Hebrew name Arieh means Lion or Gatherer.
Also note that this name terminates with the familiar יה (yah), which would normally be the abbreviated form of יהוה (YHWH), the name of the Lord.