A name format based on the fairytale "Cinderella", where the eponymous character is given a Portmanteau nickname of "Cinder+Ella". Recently "X+Ella" has been a popular way to name some characters. This seems to be particularly common for superhero comic books. It should be noted the the suffix "-ella" is one form of a Latin dimunitive ending; coincidentally, another form is found in another name you might find on TV Tropes — Caligula.
- Again, name comes from "Cinderella", although it was meant to be something cruel and demeaning, to remark on how she would get covered in ashes as a servant.
- Emberella from Witches Abroad is a direct parody.
- Done in reverse with Ella Cinders, a modern-day takeoff on "Cinderella".
- Tsunderella, the title of one of the Lucky Star OVA segments, referring the resident Tsundere Kagami.
- The Non-Adventures of Wonderella has several such named characters, including Hitlerella, Plunderella and Jokerella. When faced with a flower-themed supervillainess who calls herself "The Orchid", Wonderella suggests she call herself "Flowerella" instead.
- When Leela gets superpowers in Futurama, she calls herself "Clobberella".
Clobberella beats you up, Clobberella beats you up. Who does she beat up? You!
- Goombella from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
- The Simpsons' version of Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, Booberella.
- In Fraggle Rock, Doc's friend Ned Schimmelfinney's cat (and Sprocket's nemesis) is named "Fluffenella."
- In Penny and Aggie, after the two become friends, Penny often calls Aggie by affectionate nicknames related to her Granola Girl nature. One of these is "Bead-ella."
- Dhampinella from the Mediochre Q Seth Series.
- Citrusella Flugpucker, a background character from Wreck-It Ralph.
- Cyberella, an obscure title from DC's failed Helix line. Although the eponymous Cyberella was originally called Li'l Ella before she was retooled in the 1990s.
- "Blubberella", a movie by Uwe Boll. Here is the official trailer.
- In the 60's in Germany a few short-lived "answers" to Barbarella appeared. The comic "Uranella" and the film-comic "Evarella" (both NSFW) are to name.
- And Vampirella spawned even more, e.g. the "Portuguese Vampirella" Zakarella.
- Cruella de Vil from The Hundred and One Dalmatians and adaptations has quite the apt name.
- Scarecrowella, the name of the Cinderella spoof in Magic Adventures Of Mumfie.