What does Arri mean?
Arri [ar-ri] as a name for boys is of Greek origin, and the name Arri means "lion, eagle; the best of all". Arri is a version of Ari (Hebrew, Scandinavian): a short version of Aristides. Arri is also a variant of Aristotle (Greek): from the phrase "aristos totalis".
1 more related form via Ari, Aristotle: Arius.Creative forms:
(male) Anri, Arti, ..
(female) Armi, Arti, .. Middle name pairings:
Arri Kharter (A.K.), ..
How popular is Arri?
Arri is an uncommonly occurring given name for men. Arri is an uncommon last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related boy names. Ari (#402 a year ago), Arius (#1899) and Arie are the popular alternative forms of Arri (not in Top 2000) appearing in the Top 2000. Other variants, like Ary, are seldom used. These forms of Arri were popular as birth names in 2015 (average #1433). Ari is the steady favorite. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Arri is alike in pronunciation to Aaro, Ara, Ario, Arrio, Arrow, Arry, Arryo, Aryeh, Aryo, Eero, Eri, Erie, Ira▼, Oro, Orry, Uri, Uria, Yuri, Yuria, Yurii, Yuriy and Yury. Other recommended names are Aaric, Aarin, Aart, Abdi, Abiri, Aeric, Ali▲, Amr, Amrit, Ani, Aram, Arda, Ardin, Ardy, Arek, Arel, Ares▲, Aric▼, Arik, Arlie▼, Arly, Armin, Arn, Arnd, Arne, Arni, Arric, Arrigo, Arrin, Arris, Arrlo, Arron▼, Arrt (see Arthur), Arte, Artie▼, Artro, Arty, Arun, Arvie, Arvin, Arvy, Arwin, Averi, Avi▲, Bari, Bri, Ceri, Feri, Gerri, Imri, Jori, Mori and Omri. These names tend to be more commonly used than Arri.See names in meaning and etymology.