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Meaning of the Name Aros

The first name Aros is of Norse origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Norse: From the River's Mouth

Similar Names

Arash | Arcas | Arch | Arek | Ares | Argo | Argos | Argus | Aric | Aries |

Related Names

Ana  (Spanish)
Grace; Favor. Variant of Anna. Often Used in Blended Names Like Analee and Anarosa
Anarosa  (Spanish)
Grace. Favor. Variant of Anna
Bab  (English)
Diminutive of Barbara: from the Greek Barbaros Meaning Foreign or Strange, Traveler from a Foreign Land. in Catholic Custom St. Barbara is a Protectress Against Fire and Lightning
Babs  (English)
Diminutive of Barbara: from the Greek Barbaros Meaning Foreign or Strange, Traveler from a Foreign Land. in Catholic Custom St. Barbara is a Protectress Against Fire and Lightning
Baltsaros  (Greek)
Balthazar
Baltsaros  (Greek)
Greek Form of Balthazar
Barbara  (English)
From the Greek Barbaros Meaning Foreign or Strange, Traveler from a Foreign Land. Popular in Medieval Britain After the 3rd Century Martyr St Barbara. in Catholic Custom St. Barbara is a Protectress A
Barbara  (Greek)
'stranger; Foreigner; Traveler from a Foreign Land.' from the Greek Barbaros. in Catholic Custom St. Barbara is a Protectress Against Fire and Lightning
Barbie  (English)
Diminutive of Barbara: from the Greek Barbaros Meaning Foreign or Strange, Traveler from a Foreign Land. in Catholic Custom St. Barbara is a Protectress Against Fire and Lightning
Baubie  (English)
Diminutive of Barbara: from the Greek Barbaros Meaning Foreign or Strange, Traveler from a Foreign Land. in Catholic Custom St. Barbara is a Protectress Against Fire and Lightning
Bobbie  (English)
Diminutive of Barbara: from the Greek Barbaros Meaning Foreign or Strange, Traveler from a Foreign Land. in Catholic Custom St. Barbara is a Protectress Against Fire and Lightning
Frederick  (German)
Peaceful Ruler. from the Old German Name Frithuric. Famous Bearers: Roman Emperor Frederick Barbarossa, Prussian King Frederick the Great
Harosheth  (Biblical)
A Forest, Agriculture, Workmanship, Deafness, Silence
Harosheth  (Biblical)
A Forest, Agriculture, Workmanship, Deafness, Silence
Irving  (English)
Surname Which Arose from an Old Parish in Ayrshire and an Old Parish in Dumfriesshire. The Name of the Town in Ayrshire is Thought to Be Derived from the Name of the River, Which is from the Gaelic Ia
Katherine  (English)
Pure, Unsullied; Derived from Greek Aikaterine, Which is Derived from Katharos (Pure, Unsullied). Variations: Catharine, Catherine, Cathryn, Katharine, Kathryn. Short Forms: Cath, Kate, Kath. Pet Name
Parosh  (Biblical)
A Flea, the Fruit of a Moth
Parosh  (Biblical)
A Flea, the Fruit of a Moth

Additional Names

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