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Sounds too close to "arson". Pretty though. I'm adding it to my list but noting it as, "Arsinoe", which is findable on the User Submitted lists.
leananshae  12/15/2007
Rethinking this name, I noticed that it's just an "-ic" away from being "arsenic"! This name just becomes less and less attractive to me by the second.
leananshae  12/25/2007
Just can't seem to get this name off my mind and I think I finally figured out why: "Arse+n"?! No kid should have to deal with "arse" as a nickname! Oh please!
leananshae  12/25/2007
Arsen, murder, and jaywalking! Too close to "arson" and "arsenic".
Wilted  6/17/2009
In Armenian, Arsen is written as: Արսեն .
Lucille  9/6/2010
Arsen is also the Georgian form of Arsenios.

In Georgian, Arsen is written as: არსენ.

Finally, a known bearer of this name was Georgian churchman Arsen Iqaltoeli (12th century AD).
Lucille  5/17/2013
I really don't care if this name sounds like "arsenic", "arson", or "arse + n" because I think it's great.
― Anonymous User  3/2/2016
Arsen Avetisyan is a retired Armenian footballer. Avetisyan has played for numerous clubs during his career. In 2006, he returned to Armenia to play for his former club Pyunik and became the main forward for the team. In 2008, he transferred to Kapan to play for Gandzasar after his contract with Pyunik had expired.
cutenose  1/11/2017
Also Serbian.
AllMyColours  1/22/2017

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