A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

Meaning of the Name Aram

51 names found for "Aram"   (page 1 of 2) 

1 | 2

The first name Aram is of Hebrew, Armenian, Assyrian, Biblical origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Hebrew: Father of a Multitude
Armenian: High, Exalted
Assyrian: High; Exalted
Biblical: Highness; Magnificence; One That Deceives; Curse

Similar Names

Ahiram | Aran | Arana | Arawn | Aren | Arian | Arman | Arnan | Arne | Arni |

Related Names

Anandaram  (Hindu)
Sri Ram
Arama  (Basque)
Refers to the Virgin Mary
Arama  (Spanish)
Reference to the Virgin Mary
Arama  (Spanish)
Of the Virgin Mary
Arama  (Maori)
Spring
Araminta  (English)
Thought to Be a Compound of Arabella and Aminta, Invented by Restoration Dramatist Sir John Vanbrugh
Araminta  (Hebrew)
Lofty
Araminte  (Hebrew)
Lofty
Aramis  (French)
Fictional Swordsman: (Ambitious and Filled With Religious Aspirations) from Alexander Dumas's Three Musketeers
Balaram  (Hindu)
Sri Krishna 's Brother
Balarama  (Indian)
Brother of Krishna
Baram  (Hebrew)
Son of the Nation
Beth-aram  (Biblical)
House of Height
Beth-aram  (Biblical)
House of Height
Caramichil  (Gaelic)
Friend of Saint Michael
Dayaram  (Hindu)
Pleased by Being Compassionate
Karaamat  (Muslim)
Variant of Karamat: Miracle. Nobility
Karam  (Islamic)
Noble, Generous
Karam  (Muslim)
Noble Nature. Magnanimity
Karamat  (Muslim)
Miracle. Nobility
Kodandaram  (Hindu)
Ram With His Bow Called Kodanda
Laramae  (Latin)
Protection. Derived from 'Lares' - Individual Roman Household Gods Who Were Protectors of Home and Fields
Laramae  (Latin)
Protection. Derived from 'Lares' - Individual Roman Household Gods Who Were Protectors of Home and Fields
Laramie  (French)
Tears of Love
Laramie  (French)
Surname With American Connotations Due to Laramie; a Town in Wyoming Usa on the Overland Trail of the Pony Express
Maram  (Muslim)
Aspiration
Maram  (Islamic)
Someone's Desire. Origin: Arabic
Marama  (Maori)
Light of the World
Martha  (Scottish)
Lady, Noblewoman; Derived from the Aramaic Martha (Lady, Mistress)
Minty  (English)
Diminutive of Araminta: Thought to Be a Compound of Arabella and Aminta, Invented by Restoration Dramatist Sir John Vanbrugh
Muhtaram  (Muslim)
Respectable. Honored
Padan-aram  (Biblical)
Cultivated Field or Table-land
Padan-aram  (Biblical)
Cultivated Field or Table-land
Paramartha  (Indian)
highest truth
Paramjeet  (Indian)
highest success
Radharaman  (Hindu)
Srikrishna
Revati  (Indian)
wife of Balarama, a star
Revati  (Hindu)
Wife of Balarama, a Star
Sarama  (African)
Nice
Sarama  (Indian)
Quick
Sarama  (African)
Nice
Sharama  (Indian)
Dog of Dawn
Suketharam  (Hindu)
Sri Ram
Tabitha  (Greek)
Gazeile. Beauty, Grace. from the Aramaic Word for Gazelle
Tabitha  (Hebrew)
Beauty, Grace. from the Aramaic Word for Gazelle. Biblical - Tabitha of the New Testament (Acts :) Was Noted for Good Works
Tammy  (English)
Twin; Biblical: One of the Twelve Apostles. Short Form of Thomas. Origin: Aramaic-hebrew
51 names found for "Aram"   (page 1 of 2) 

1 | 2

Additional Names

Harsha | Lezlie | Sarasvati | Shammee | Apekaloma | Suadela | Wilano | Eleni | Cwen | Barend | Jozabad | Katharine | Greip | Sadie | Txomin |