The meaning of the name Ar in Biblical Names is: waking, unveiling. As a first name, it is an appropriate name for a person who will wake up people to show them the way or reveal secrets. As a last name, it would be an appropriate name for someone who was famous for awakening others.
Ar is a common English unisex given name that comes from the Hebrew word for awake, alert, or aware. It may also be used as a surname. (As a masculine name, Ar could be abbreviated to Andy, Allen, Arthur, or Austin.)
Among other names derived from the same source are Ari and Arius.
It is pronounced "AR-nee" as a boy's name. It is of Hebrew origin, and the word "Arni" means "height." Biblical: Jesus' ancestor. Also known as Arnold, Arne, and Arnet.
As a girl's name, Arni means "well-spring" or "fountain."
It was also the name of an American football player who played for the New York Giants and Chicago Bears.
Last but not least, it is used as a given name for boys in Iceland and Norway.
Aron (/'[email protected]/) is both a given name and a surname for men. It is a variant spelling of Aaron, a notable Old Testament biblical person. Aron is a Hebrew name that meaning "teaching, singing." The name translates as "mountain" or "mountain of power."
As a given name, Aron is known to have been used by several people including one of the following: Aron of Champagne, also called Aron the Philosopher; Aron of St. Germain (1090–1155), French philosopher; Aron of Nemours (1160–1230), French poet.
As a surname, it was used by two people among the Founding Fathers of America: Aron's son-in-law Samuel Adams and his grandson Aron's great-grandson Israel Archer.
The meaning of the name Arye in Hebrew Baby Names is "lion of God."
Arye is the biblical name of one of King David's warriors. The name means "lion" or "strong warrior." It is more commonly used as a given name among Jews.
Arye is the English equivalent of the Hebrew name אריה arni, which means "lion."
Arni is the Biblical name of a king who fought against David. The name means "lion." It is sometimes used as a given name for boys.
Ari is the English equivalent of the Hebrew name אֱרִיּוֹן araywn, which means "lioness."
Arri is the Biblical name of a princess who was daughter to Aroden, a prince from the island of Aruba. The name means "princess." It is also used as a given name for girls.
Arie is the English equivalent of the Hebrew name ערי arie, which means "dear one."
The meaning of the name Ary in Greek Baby Names is: excellent; greatest of minds. Aristotle, the ancient Greek philosopher, and Aristotle Onassis, the Greek shipping magnate, are the Famous Bearers. Also, an Indian coin; a Buddhist symbol.
Ary is one of the most popular names in India. It was originally a Sanskrit name that meant "noble" or "famous". Today it is used as a first name for both boys and girls.
Ary can be used as a given name or a surname. It may also serve as a pet form of Alice or Arjun.
Some examples of people with the name include: astronomer-astrophysicist Aristide Bourcelle-Duclos who published two books on celestial phenomena during the 17th century; mathematician-inventor Sir James Gray Araie who developed a mechanical calculator in 1672; politician Alexander Ariwara who served as the 11th Prime Minister of Burma from 1960 to 1963; computer scientist Alan Airey who invented the Airey Symbolic Debugger program in 1972; actor Arun Govil who has appeared in films such as Haathi Marnaani and Salaam Bombay! ; singer-songwriter Alain Jaoui also known as Ali Jeddai; jazz musician Albert Ayler.
Arha. Worship Lord Shiva. One of Lord Shiva's numerous monikers.
Arrian is a Latin name that meaning "Holy." It is generally a gender-neutral name. Although the name was originally used only as a forename, it is now also used as a surname.
The Ancient Greeks called him Ariannus. His full name was Khrisostomos Ariannos, which means "the holy teacher of the Aryans." It is believed that this was his original name when he was born into an aristocratic family in what is present-day Turkey. He grew up to be a great scholar and historian who not only explored ancient India but also traveled to Rome and Egypt to examine their ancient cultures. He wrote several books on history and philosophy that are still read today. He died at a very young age in around 84 BC.
Arianna was one of the names of Athena, the Greek goddess of wisdom and craftsmanship. It is possible that Khrisostomos was intended as a respectful reference to Athena rather than its English translation "holy".
Arrian may also be used as a noun or a pronoun. The noun form is Arrianism while the proper pronoun is Arrianous.
There are many people with the name Arrian today.