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What does Armand mean?

Armand \a-rma-nd, ar-mand\ as a boys' name is pronounced ar-MAHN. It is of French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Armand is "soldier". Variant of Herman. Actor Armand Assante.


Variations

Armand has 13 variants: Almando, Arman, Armande, Armando, Armani, Armin, Armon, Armond, Armonde, Armondo, Ormond, Ormonde and Ormondo.

Armand has 12 more alternative forms via Herman: Armino, Ermanno, Ermano, Ermin, Harm, Harman, Harmen, Harmon, Hermann, Hermie, Herminio and Hermon.

Armand has 2 feminine forms: Armande and Armina.


Popularity

Armand is a somewhat prominent first name for males (#618 out of 1220, Top 51%) and an even more prominent surname for both adults and children (#10817 out of 88799, Top 12%). (2000 U.S. Census)

Charted below is the birth name popularity of Armand for boys. Armand reached its top position of #367 in the U.S. during 1920-1929, but is not listed currently. (2014 Birth Statistics)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Armand name in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Armand outside U.S.

Prominent varying forms of Armand appearing in the Top 1000 are Arman, Armando (#400 a year ago), Armani (#489), Armond, Harmon, Herman, Hermann, Herminio and Hermon. These boy names reached the top of their popularity during the years 1920-1929 and are now significantly less widespread, with the versions Armand, Harmon, Herman, Herminio and Hermon becoming somewhat dated. Armando (#400) and Armani (#489) are two of the more chic boy names here. Displayed below is an analysis of the usage of the boy name Armand and corresponding names. (2014 Birth Statistics)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Arman, Armand, Armando, Armani, Armond, Harmon, Herman, Hermann, Herminio, Hermon in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Herman outside U.S.


Similar Names

Armand is alike in pronunciation to Ormand. Other suggested similar baby names are Arand, Arland, Armahni, Armante, Armen, Armoni and Arnan. These names tend to be less frequently used than Armand.

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