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Armande (boy)

What does Armande mean?

Armande Pronunciation of Armande as a boys' name (also used as girls' name Armande). The name Armande means "soldier". Armande is an alternate spelling of Armand (French, Old German): respelling of Herman.


ASSOCIATED WITH soldier (warrior)


VARIANTS Ormonde, Ormond, Armonde, Armond

OTHER FORMS VIA ARMAND Almando, Arman, Armando, Armani, Armin, Armon, Armondo, Ormondo



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How popular is Armande?

Armande is a rare given name for males. Armande is also a rare surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Which version is better?

Prominent varying forms of Armande (NOT RANKED) are Armani (#463 A YEAR AGO), Armando (#474), Armon (#1489), Arman (#1577), Armand, Armin, Armond and Ormond. Other forms, like Armondo, are uncommon. These relations of Armande were favored as birth names 2 decades ago (ADOPTION OF 0.12%) and are somewhat less conventional today (ADOPTION 0.08%, 33% LESS), with the version Armand going out of style. Armando has historically been popular among parents, though Armani is currently higher in the list. (TOP BABY NAMES, 2018)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Arman, Armand, Armando, Armani, Armin in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Armon, Armond, Ormond in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Armande and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Armande is alike in pronunciation to Ormand. Other recommended sound-alike names are Ahmaad, Ahmad, Aimond (see Aimon), Aimone, Aland, Alcander, Alkander, Almanzo, Amad, Amadee, Amadei, Amadeo, Amadi, Amado, Amahd, Aman, Amando, Amani, Araldo, Aran, Arand, Arend, Arian, Arkadi, Arkady, Arlan, Arland, Arlando, Armahni, Armante (see Arman), Armen, Arminlo (see Armin), Armino, Armoni, Arnald, Arnaldo, Arnan, Arnaud, Arnd, Arndt, Arne, Arnie, Arnoe, Arondel (see Arundel), Aronne, Arpad, Arran, Arsanio (see Arsenio), Arsene, Arundel, Arvad, Arvind, Ayman, Edmonde, Fernande, Osmonde (see Osman), Osmunde (see Osman) and Ramonde (see Raymond). These names tend to be more frequently used than Armande.

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