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Meaning of the Name Armin

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The first name Armin is of Hebrew, German, Teutonic origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Hebrew: High Place
German: Protective. Also Can Be a Variant of Herman: Soldier. Army Man
Teutonic: Warrior

Similar Names

Aran | Arawn | Aren | Arian | Arien | Arion | ArIyn | Arman | Armen | Armino |

Related Names

Armina  (German)
Warrior Maiden
Armina  (Latin)
Noble
Armine  (German)
Feminine Form of Herman: Soldier. Army Man. from the Old German Hariman
Armino  (Teutonic)
Warrior
Bonni  (Scottish)
From the French 'Bon' Meaning Good. in Scottish Usage 'Bonnie' Means Pretty or Charming
Bonnibelle  (Scottish)
From the French 'Bon' Meaning Good. in Scottish Usage 'Bonnie' Means Pretty or Charming
Bonnie  (Scottish)
Pretty, Charming Beautiful. Derived from the Scottish Dialect Word Bonny, Meaning Beautiful; Which in Turn is Based on the Latin 'Bonus' Meaning Good
Bonnie-jo  (Scottish)
From the French 'Bon' Meaning Good. in Scottish Usage 'Bonnie' Means Pretty or Charming
Bonny  (Scottish)
Pretty, Charming Beautiful. Derived from the Scottish Dialect Word Bonny, Meaning Beautiful; Which in Turn is Based on the Latin 'Bonus' Meaning Good
Bonny-jean  (Scottish)
From the French 'Bon' Meaning Good. in Scottish Usage 'Bonnie' Means Pretty or Charming
Bonny-lee  (Scottish)
From the French 'Bon' Meaning Good. in Scottish Usage 'Bonnie' Means Pretty or Charming
Caoimhe  (Irish)
Lovely and Charming
Carmel  (English)
Variant of Carmine: Garden
Carmelo  (English)
Variant of Carmine: Garden
Carmin  (Latin)
Song
Carmina  (English)
Song
Carmina  (Spanish)
Song
Carminda  (Spanish)
Beautiful Song
Carmine  (English)
Garden
Carmine  (English)
Song
Carmine  (Italian)
Song
Carmine  (Hebrew)
Vine Dresser
Charmine  (French)
Feminine of Charles Meaning Manly. Variant of Charmain, One of Cleopatra's Attendants
Delicia  (Spanish)
Charming
Devon  (English)
The Name of a Beautiful Farming County in England
Emil  (Latin)
The Charming One (Emi, Emile, Emlen, Emlyn)
Faatinah  (Muslim)
Variant of Fatinah: Captivating. Alluring. Enchanting. Fascinating. Charming
Fatin  (Muslim)
Variant of Fatinah: Captivating. Alluring. Enchanting. Fascinating. Charming
Fatinah  (Muslim)
Captivating. Alluring. Enchanting. Fascinating. Charming
Florence  (Latin)
Flourishing, Cheery, Brave, Charming
Grainne  (Irish)
Charming. Love. Grianne Was a Gaelic Legendary Heroine Who Eloped With Diarmuid
Isabel  (Hebrew)
Oath of God, Modest, Eloquent, Charming
Karmina  (Hebrew)
Song, Songstress
Karmina  (English)
Variant of Carmen. Fruitful Orchard, As Mount Carmel in Palestine
Kevay  (Irish)
Lovely and Charming
Kreeli  (American)
Sweet and Charming
Leah  (Hebrew)
Wearied, Romantic, Charming, Fatalistic
Louise  (Teutonic)
Female Soldier, Capable, Charming, Intelligent. (Eloise, Heloise, Louisa, Leu)
Mohan  (Indian)
charming, fascinating
Nani  (Greek)
Charming
Nazneen  (Farsi)
Exquisitely Beautiful; Charming. A Name Used for a Beloved Woman or Child
Noma  (African)
Farming
Ram  (Indian)
Lord Rama, pleasing, charming
Ranait  (Irish)
Wealthy or Charming
Ranalt  (Irish)
Wealthy or Charming
Rathnait  (Irish)
Wealthy or Charming
Renny  (Irish)
Wealthy or Charming
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