Armenian Submitted Names

Armenian names are used in the country of Armenia in western Asia, as well as in Armenian diaspora communities throughout the world.
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AGAPI f Greek, Armenian
Modern Greek and Armenian form of Agape.
AGHUVEH m & f Armenian
Derived from the Armenian elements աղու (aghu) "suave" and վեհ (veh) "sublime".
ALEK m Armenian
Variant of Alex.
ALEKSAN m Armenian
Armenian short form of Aleksandr.
ALENOUSH f Armenian
Means "sweet ripple" in Armenian.
ALEXAN m Armenian
Variant of Aleksan.
ALIK m Armenian
Armenian diminutive of Aleksandr.
ALIN f Armenian
Means "bearer of light" in Armenian.
ALIQUE f Armenian
Wave (an ocean wave)
ALVARD f Armenian
Derived from Armenian ալ (al) mean "bright red" and վարդ (vard) meaning "rose".
ALVART f Armenian
Variant of Alvard.
ANAIDA f Armenian, Romanian (Rare)
Variant form of Anahid, although it should be noted that at least one source claims that the name is derived from Greek ἀναιδής (anaides) meaning "shameless".... [more]
ANDRANIK m Armenian
Derived from Armenian andranik "older, senior", this being in the context of a family's first-born son.
ANDRONIK m Armenian, Croatian, Georgian, Russian
Armenian, Croatian, Polish and Russian form of Andronikos. In Armenia, this name may also be a variant of Andranik.
ANTRANIG m Armenian
Variant transcription of Andranik.
ANUSHAVAN m Armenian
Means "sweet town" from Armenian անուշ (anuš) meaning "sweet" combined with ավան (avan) "town, village". Originally, it was formed from Avestan anaoša meaning "immortal" and urvan "soul", though it was also interpreted as meaning "slogan" or "adoring, loyal" or derived from a word meaning "coconut".
ANUSHIK f Armenian
Diminutive of Anush.
ANZHEL f & m Armenian, Bulgarian
Variant of Angel.
ARAIK m Armenian
Variant transcription of Arayik.
ARAKEL m Armenian (Rare)
Derived from the Armenian word arak'eal, which literally means "sent", but signifies "apostle" in its original context, as it is a calque from Greek apostolos (e.g. Tovmas Arakael, which means Thomas the Apostle).
ARAVNI f Armenian (Rare)
Allegedly an Anglicization of Aghavni.
ARAXIA f Armenian
Variant of Arax.
ARAXIE f Armenian
Variant of Araksi.
ARAYIK m Armenian
Diminutive of Ara.
AREV f Armenian (Rare)
Directly taken from Armenian արեւ (arev) "sun".
ARGISHT m Armenian
Very old name ... [more]
ARKA m Armenian
King of kings
ARKAM m Armenian
from Persian, "strength"
ARMINE f Armenian
Feminine form of Armen.
ARSHAG m Armenian
Means "bear cub" in Armenian.
ARSHAK m Armenian
Arshak was the King of Armenia 360 AD
ARSHALUYS f & m Armenian
Means "dawn" in Armenian.
ARSINE f Armenian
Feminine form of Arsen.
ARTASHES m Armenian
Armenian form of Artaxes.
ARTAVAZD m Armenian
Armenian form of Artavazda (also see Artavasdes). Known bearers of this name include Armenian film director Artavazd Peleshyan (b. 1938) and Armenian soccer player Artavazd Karamyan (b. 1979).
ARTIN m Armenian
Variant of Harutyun.
ASHKHEN f Armenian
Armenian form of Roxanne. Ashkhen was the wife of King Dertad or Trdat.
ASHOT m Armenian
Meaning uncertain, though it is possibly derived from Armenian աշխարհ (ašxarh) meaning "world, universe".
ASMIK f Armenian
Means "jasmine" in Armenian.
ASTGHIK f Armenian, Armenian Mythology
Derived from Armenian աստղ (astġ) "star".... [more]
ASTRIK f Armenian
Means "little star" in Armenian, from Greek aster meaning "star" and the diminutive ik.
AŠXEN f Armenian
Feminine Armenian given name with a number of possible meanings and etymologies - firstly, from the Ossetian æхсин meaning "lady, mistress", or otherwise from Middle Median *xšay-, meaning "to shine" or the Ossetian æхсид meaning "dawn".
AVRORA f Armenian (?), Azerbaijani (?), Bulgarian, Georgian (?), Russian, Slovene (?), Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian, and Ukrainian form of Aurora. This form is also used in Armenian, Azerbaijani, Slovene, and Georgian to refer to the Roman goddess.
AYK m Armenian
Means "dawn" in Armenian.
AYTSEMNIK f Armenian (Rare)
Means "little roe deer", from Armenian այծեամն (ayceamn) meaning "roe deer" and a diminutive suffix.
AZNAVUR m Armenian
Meaning ''bulky, offensive, sullen and tough person'', ultimately from Persian.
BARKEV m Armenian (Rare)
Means "gift" in Armenian.
BARSEGH m Armenian
Armenian form of Basil.
BARTUGHIMEOS m Armenian
Armenian form of Bartholomew.
BARZIK f Armenian
Means "sincere" in Armenian.
BOURAG m Armenian
Means "forest" in Armenian.
CAROUN f Armenian
Variant of Karoun.
CHINAR f Armenian
Cognate of Çinar.
CHIVANI m Armenian
from Persian, "young man"
CHRISTAPOR m Armenian
Variant transcription of Kristapor.
DALITA f Hebrew, Armenian
Probably a variant form of Dalit. Also compare Dalida, which is a similar but unrelated name.... [more]
DAREH m Armenian (Rare)
Armenian form of Darius.
DAVROS m Armenian
"Taurus mountains"
DEGHDZANIK f Armenian
Means "canary" in Armenian.
DIKRAN m Armenian
Western Armenian transcription of Tigran.
DIRAN m Armenian
Armenian name for famous king
DZEROUN m Armenian
Means "old man" in Armenian.
DZOVINAR f Armenian (Rare)
Armenian name meaning "siren", from the word Ծովինար (dzovinar) and ultimately linked to the word ծով (dzov) meaning "sea".
EPRAKSIA f Armenian, Georgian (Rare)
Armenian and Georgian form of Eupraxia (see Yevpraksiya).
ERANUHI f Armenian
Means "full of energy" in Armenian.
ESHKHAN m Armenian
Means "prince" in Armenian.
FENYA f Armenian, Russian
Russian diminutive of Agrafena, Feodosiya, Feofaniya, Ifigeniya, Trifena and possibly also Yevgeniya. Also compare Genya and Zhenya.... [more]
GAGACH f Armenian
Means "tulip" in Armenian.
GAGIK m Armenian
Possibly derived from Armenian գագաթ (gagatʿ) meaning "summit, peak, top (of a mountain)" or from the Assyrian word gag combined with the Armenian suffix -ik both of uncertain meaning... [more]
GARINE f Armenian
Armenian form of Karen.
GARNIK m Armenian
It is Armenian name. "Garnik" means modest. It comes from garn (sheep) and -ik suffix. N is removed then we get Garnik.
GARSEVAN m Armenian (Rare), Georgian (Rare)
The meaning and origin of this name are uncertain, though the name looks like it may possibly be of Persian origin. In that case, it may be related to Garsivaz. I have also come across a source that claims that the name means "stony black monastery" in Old Armenian, derived from the Old Armenian elements քար (k'ar) "stone, rock" combined with սեւ (sev) "black" and վան (van) "monastery" (also see my comment for Sevan)... [more]
GASIA f Armenian
"cinnamon"
GASPARIAN m Armenian
Armenian form of Gaspar.
GAYANE f Armenian
Armenian form of Gaiana, which is the feminine form of Gaianus. This name was borne by an Armenian saint from the 5th century AD.
GEVORK m Armenian
Variant of Gevorg.
GHAZAROS m Armenian (Rare)
Armenian form of Lazarus.
GHEVONT m Armenian
Variant of Leonid.
HAGINT f Armenian
"hyacinth"
HAMEST f Armenian (Rare)
Feminine Armenian name derived from the word համեստ (hamest) meaning "modest".
HARUTYUN m Armenian
Means "resurrection" in Armenian.
HASMIG f Armenian
Variant of Hasmik.
HASMIK f Armenian
From Armenian հասմիկ (hasmik) meaning "jasmine".
HAYARPI f Armenian
Feminine Armenian feminine name derived from հայ (hay) meaning "Armenian" and արեւ (arev) meaning "sun".
HAYOTS m Armenian
"Armenian nation"
HEGHINE f Armenian
Armenian form of Helen.
HENRIKH m Armenian (Rare), Georgian (Rare)
Armenian and Georgian form of Henry.
HERAKLIT m Armenian (Rare), Bosnian, Croatian, Danish, German, Norwegian, Polish, Slovene, Ukrainian
Armenian, Bosnian, Croatian, Danish, German, Norwegian, Polish, Slovene and Ukrainian form of Herakleitos via its latinized form Heraclitus.
HEROS m Armenian
Means "hero" in Armenian.
HEZIG f Armenian
"friendly"
HMAYAG m Armenian
"talisman"
HOURI f Armenian
Means "flames" in Armenian.
HOVAGEM m Armenian (Rare)
Armenian form of Joachim.
HOVAGIM m Armenian
Variant of Hovakim.
HOVAH m Armenian (Eastern)
Armenian form of Jehovah.
HOVAKIM m Armenian
Armenian form of Joachim.
HOVANOUSH f Armenian
"sweet wind"
HOVHANNA f Armenian (Rare)
Armenian feminine form of John.
HOVIG m Armenian
Variant transcription of Hovik.
HOVNATAN m Armenian
Armenian form of Jonathan.
HRACH m Armenian
Short form of Hrachya.
HRACHUHI f Armenian (Rare)
Feminine diminutive of Hrachya.
HRACHYA m & f Armenian
Modern form of the Old Armenian name Հրաչեայ (Hračʿeay), which was derived from Old Armenian հուր (hur) meaning "fire" and աչք (ačʿkʿ) "eyes, sight" (literally, "fire-eyed" or "eyes of fire")... [more]
HRAD m Armenian
"Mars"
HRAG m Armenian
Means "fire" in Armenian.
HRAIR m Armenian
Variant transcription of Hrayr.
HRANT m Armenian
Means "fiery field" in Armenian.
HRAYR m Armenian
Means "fiery man", derived from Armenian hur "fire" combined with Armenian ayr "man".
HRIPSIME f Armenian
Rhipsime, sometimes called Hripsime, Ripsime, Ripsima or Arsema (died c. 290) was a martyr of Roman origin; she and her companions in martyrdom are venerated as the first Christian martyrs of Armenia.
HULIANE f Armenian
Armenian form of Juliane.
ISAHAG m Armenian
Variant of Isahak.
ISAHAK m Armenian (Archaic)
Derived from Իսահակ‎ (Isahak) by dropping the first letter. Իսահակ ‎(Isahak) was considered a more scholarly form of Isaac, whereas Սահակ ‎(Sahak) was a popular form.
ISHKANOUHI f Armenian
"princess"
ISRAYEL m Armenian
Armenian form of Israel.
JORJIK m Armenian (Expatriate, ?), Iranian (?)
Possibly a form of George, borne by Iranians of Armenian ethnicity.
JOUDIG f Armenian
"little chick"
KACHAR m Armenian
"brave"
KAMI m Armenian
Means "wind" in Armenian.
KAPRIEL m Armenian (Rare)
Armenian form of Gabriel.
KAROUN f Armenian
Means "spring" or "springtime" in Armenian.
KARYAN f Armenian
This feminine name means "The Dark One" in Armenian.
KAYANE f Armenian
Variant transcription of Gayane.
KHACHIG m Armenian
"little cross"
KHOSROV m Armenian, History
Armenian form of Khosrau. This name was borne by four client kings of Armenia.
KHOSROVANOUSH f Armenian
Feminine form of Khosrov.
KISHMISH f Armenian (Rare, Archaic)
Armenian feminine name derived from the Turkish kišmiš meaning “raisin".
KNAR f Armenian
"harp"
KNARIK f Armenian
Armenian feminine name derived from the word քնար (k'nar) meaning "lyre".
KOUSHAG m Armenian
"soothsayer"
KRISDAPOR m Armenian
Armenian form of Christopher.
KRISTAPOR m Armenian
Armenian form of Christopher.
KYOWROS m Armenian
Armenian form of Cyrus.
LERNIG m Armenian
"little mountain"
LILIT f Armenian, Swedish (Rare), Danish (Rare), Hebrew, Literature
Form of Lilith. In Armenia this name has come into use in recent years because of the poem "Lilit" (1921) written by the Armenian poet Avetik Isahakyan (1875-1957), which is based on the myth of Lilith.
LORIK m Albanian, Armenian
Derived from Armenian lor "quail".
LOUCINE f Armenian (Rare)
Variant transcription of Lusine.
LOUSADZIN f Armenian
"born of light"
MADLEN f Armenian, Croatian (Rare), German (Rare), Bulgarian, Medieval German, Polish, Alsatian
Bulgarian, Croatian, Alsatian and German variant of Madeleine as well as a medieval German contracted form of Magdalena.
MADTEOS m Armenian
Variant of Matthew.
MAHITAR m Armenian
It's a very old ARMENIAN name. It means a man who is a leader in village
MANISHAG f Armenian
"violet"
MANOUG m Armenian
"child"
MANOUSHAG f Armenian
Means "violet" in Armenian.
MANUK m Armenian
Means "baby, infant, child" in Armenian.
MANVEL m Armenian
Armenian form of Emmanuel.
MARCHAN f Armenian
"coral"
MARGOS m Armenian
Armenian form of Mark.
MARTIROS m Armenian
Means "martyr" in Armenian.
MASRENI f Armenian
"dogwood blossom"
MATEVOS m Armenian
Armenian form of Matthew.
MEGHETY f Armenian
Means "melody" in Armenian.
MEKHITAR m Armenian
Variant transcription of Mkhitar.
METAKSYA f Armenian (Rare)
Feminine Armenian name derived from մետաքսյա (metak’sya), meaning "silken", idiomatically meaning someone with a gentle and pleasant character.
MGO m Armenian
Short form of Migirdich.
MGRDICH m Armenian
Alternative form of Migirdich. Means "Baptist" in Armenian, from Hovhannes Mgrdich (John the Baptist) in Christian tradition. Generally shortened to Mgo. Eastern Armenian equivalent is Mkrtich.
MIGIRDICH m Armenian
Means "baptist" in Armenian, typically given in honour of St. John the Baptist.
MIKAYEL m Armenian
Armenian form of Michael.
MINAS m Greek, Armenian
Greek and Armenian form of Menas.
MIRAY f Armenian
Means "glowing like a moon" in Armenian.
MKHITAR m Armenian
From Old Armenian մխիթար ‎(mxitʿar) meaning "comfort, consolation, solace".
MKO m Armenian
Shortened form of Mkrtich.
MKRTICH m Armenian
Means "baptist" in Armenian, referring to the Biblical figure John the Baptist.
MOVSES m Armenian
Armenian form of Moses.
MSHAG m Armenian
Means "farmer" in Armenian.
NAGHASH m Armenian
from Arabic "artist"
NANA f Armenian
Variant of Nane.
NANE f Armenian
Nane was an Armenian pagan mother goddess. She was the goddess of war and wisdom.
NARA f Armenian (Rare)
Short form of Gyulnara, the Armenian form of Gulnar.
NAYIRI m Armenian
"river"
NERSEH m Parthian, Armenian (Rare)
Parthian and Armenian form of Narseh. This name was once commonly used in Armenia, but it is extremely rare there nowadays; there are roughly a handful of men with this name in Armenia. The parallel form Nerses is the dominant form in Armenia today, and it is commonly used there as well.
NISHAN m Armenian
Armenian name, means sign, mark, distingtive, notable, remarkable. One of the saints' name, Surp Nishan (means St Nishan)
NJTEH m Armenian
"foreigner"
NORAIR m Armenian
Variant transcription of Norayr.
NORAYR m Armenian
Means "new man", derived from Armenian nor "new" combined with Armenian ayr "man".
NOUNE f Armenian (Rare)
http://www.namepedia.org/en/firstname/Noune/... [more]
NOYEMI f Armenian (Rare)
Armenian form of Naomi.
NSHAN m Armenian
Means "sign" in Armenian.
NUNE f Armenian
Feminine Armenian name, of the same etymological root as the Georgian Nino.
NUNIK f Armenian
Diminutive of Nune.
NVER m Armenian
"gift"
OFELYA f Armenian, Azerbaijani (Rare)
Armenian and Azerbaijani form of Ophelia.
OFIK f Armenian
Armenian diminutive of Ofeliya.
OHANNA f & m Armenian
Means "God's gracious gift" in Armenian.
ŌŠIN m Armenian
Armenian variant of Awšin.
OVSANNA f Armenian
Armenian form of Hosanna.
PAILAN m Armenian
"lightning"
PARNAVAZ m Georgian, History, Armenian
Georgian form of Farnavaz. This name was borne by two kings who ruled over territories that are nowadays located in modern Georgia.
PATIG m Armenian
"little duck"
PATIL f Armenian
Means "snowflake" in Armenian.
PAVSTOS m Armenian
Armenian form of Faustus via its hellenized (ancient Greek) form Phaustos. Also compare Favstos, which is the modern Greek spelling of the latter name.... [more]
PAZOUG m Armenian
"strong arm"
PILIBBOS m Armenian
Variant of Philip.
PUNIG m Armenian
Means "phoenix" in Armenian.
RAFAYEL m Armenian
Armenian form of Raphael.
RAQEL f Armenian
Armenian form of Rachel.
RAZMIG m Armenian
Variant transcription of Razmik.
RAZMIK m Armenian
From Armenian ռազմիկ (ṙazmik) meaning "warrior, soldier", ultimately from ռազմ (ṙazm) "battle, war".
ROMIK m Armenian
Armenian diminutive form of Roman (and apparently also Romeo, after that name was introduced in the country via Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet").
ROUPEN m Armenian
Armenian form of Robert.
RUDIK m Armenian
Armenian diminutive of Rudolf.
RUPEN m Armenian
Variant of Ruben.
SAHAG m Armenian
Variant of Sahak.
SAKO m Armenian
Either means "lad, boy" in Armenian or a diminutive of Sargis.
SAMVEL m Armenian
Armenian form of Samuel.
SANASAR m Armenian
Sanasar Սանասար is an ancient Armenian name, which means "sacred mountain" սանա սար in armenian. It is also main character in armenian epic poem Sanuntsi Davit. In Russian it was Tra slated later as "sviatagor" which bears the same meaning "sacred mountain".
SARCHIS m Armenian
Is the name of an ARMENIAN Christian Saint
SARIG f Armenian
Means "blackbird" or "little mountain" in Armenian.
SARIN f Armenian
"mountain maiden"
SARO m Armenian
Derived from the name of the main character in the Armenian play "Anush" who could be the equivalent of Romeo. Could also be a shortening of the name "Saribek" from turkish meaning "blonde prince".
SATENIK f Armenian, History
Meaning unknown, possibly derived from Scythian or from the name of Satanaya, an Ossetian mythological figure. Folk etymology has linked the name to the Armenian word սաթ (satʿ) meaning "amber"... [more]
SDEPAN m Armenian
Variant of Stepan.
SERZH m Russian, Armenian, Ukrainian
Phonetic transcription of Serge.
SEVAG m Armenian
Means "black-eyed" or "one with black (coloured) eyes" in Armenian.
SEVANA f Armenian (Rare)
Feminine form of Sevan.
SHAKEH f Armenian
"Cup bearer " metaphorically means "life","spiritual power" Aramaic,Armenian origin
SHAMIRAM f Assyrian, Armenian
Assyrian and Armenian form of Semiramis.
SHIRAZ m Armenian
from Persian "free as a lion"
SHNORHIG f Armenian (Rare)
Feminine form of Shnork.
SHNORK m Armenian
"graceful"
SHUSHAN f Armenian
Feminine Armenian given name meaning "lily", of a similar origin as the name Shoshannah.
SHUSHANIK f Armenian
Diminutive of Shushan. This name was borne by a 5th-century Armenian saint.
SIRARPIE f Armenian
Name composed by "sèr" love and "arpi" sun or ether, famous bearer was Sirarpie Der Nersessian (5 September 1896 – 5 July 1989) an Armenian art historian.
SOSI f Armenian
Means "palm tree" in Armenian.
SPANDAR m Armenian (Rare)
Short form of Spandarat, which has now become the modern form of the name.
SPANDARAT m Armenian (Archaic)
Armenian form of Esfandiar via its Middle Persian form Spandadat. A known bearer of this name was the Armenian doctor and scientist Spandarat Kamsarakan (1876-1942), who played a crucial role in establishing the Armenian Red Cross National Society.
SUREN m Armenian
Armenian name derived from Parthian surena meaning "warrior" or sura meaning "strong".
TACHAT m Armenian
Primarily historical Armenian masculine name derived from the ancient Iranian name element *tačata- meaning "swift, strong", or from *Tačat-aspa, meaning "possessing swift horses".
TACHATUHI f Armenian
Feminine form of the Old Amerian name Tachat, formed by added the feminine suffix -uhi.
TAHMAZ m Armenian (Rare)
Armenian form of Tahmasp.
TAKVOR m Armenian, Bulgarian
Means "crowned" in Armenian.
TARON m Armenian
Derived from Greek θάρρος (thárros) meaning "courage, valour, bravery".
TATEV f Armenian
Feminine Armenian name taken from the name of Tatev monastery, itself taken from Eustateus or from an apocryphal legend.
TATEVIK f Armenian
Armenian feminine name derived from Տաթև (Tatev), the name of a monastery in southern Armenia, combined with the diminutive suffix -իկ (-ik).
TAVIT m Armenian
Armenian form of David .