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Honestly there was no need to mention neon/zis on this name it just goes to show how many people on this site are white and can't comprehend other cultures. If a person or group is so harmful, you shouldn't constantly remind people of the oppression that they know they already face. You maybe shouldn't keep mentioning them over and over again on something that doesn't have any relevance to it, it just reveals how performative most of your comments are. Are you seriously going to look at an Indian person and say they're a white supremacist?
― Anonymous User  12/21/2020
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To be honest, you have to be pretty damn bold or pretty damn stupid to actually name your child Aryan.

It should be pretty obvious why you shouldn’t name your child this.
― Anonymous User  10/26/2020
1
Oh hell no, don't name your child this in the west. Please.
some dude idk  10/9/2020
1
I pronounce it are Ar-YAN I don’t know why. Anyways, maybe you should spell it Aaryan instead of that so that way people don’t get confused or offended.
― Anonymous User  9/18/2020
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As a Jewish German I am not really offended by this name. It’s Indian, and pronounced AR REE AN, not AIR EE AN. So if you’re Indian or just plan on naming your child this, please make it Aaryan instead of Aryan. It’s a lovely name, just ughh Hitler is horrible, and you don’t want your child’s name to ever be associated with him. Overall, I rate this name a 7/10 it has a nice sound to it, it’s just I hate the association. Besides, the meaning of noble is wonderful.
26bartlettschos  7/3/2020
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Terrible connotations.
someone-  5/29/2020
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I see a lot of people here with very low intelligence. Aryan is a noble and strong name and white people have every right to name their child this if they wish. When I have children, I fully intend to name one of my sons Aryan or a variant of this.
― Anonymous User  5/6/2020
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Please don’t.
Whippppppppp  9/22/2019
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I think it has a nice flow and is lovely but with the connotations with Nazis and Hitler I think it is utterly disgusting and repulsive, just avoid naming a child this please.
― Anonymous User  8/17/2019
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I know, this is not English but Indian, but it's still Nazi-related so YUCK NEVER!
wh0sbad  7/16/2019
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That name is Anti-Semetic and offensive, as well as a severe no-no to give your kids.
RHAWK3935  6/18/2019
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Nice way to brand your son as a Nazi or KKK whatever.
kayisforkeen  6/5/2019
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That name doesn't deserve to be popular at all, especially since it's heavily offensive towards those who are not like us and deserve absolute respect. That's a Nazi name, and shouldn't ever be used in any way. STAY AWAY FROM THAT OFFENSIVE NAME PLEASE!
RHAWK3935  6/5/2019
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The name in itself is very nice. The spelling and pronunciation is very handsome to me. But English is not my first language so I don't have the immediate association of "Aryan" with nazism. However, due to the associations with nazism I don't think white people should bear this name. I just imagine what bullying a kid would go through if they were named Aryan in my language. People might also prejudge them and think that they have been raised in a racist household. It's a shame because the name, without the negative connotations, is very strong yet sensitive. An aesthetically perfect name, in my opinion.
― Anonymous User  1/2/2019
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This name is pronounced either "AHR-ee-un" or "AIR-ee-un". However, due to the white supremacist connotations, I'd avoid using, and use Arian instead, which is a shame, because Aryan is a lovely Iranian name.
― Anonymous User  1/1/2019
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Yes... I get that this is Hindi, but it's also Hitler. I know an Aryan. He is teased mercilessly. He wasn't born in my country, but he came over and it has very different connotations here. It's pronounced the same way Hitler did... Now he has a negative connotation following him around forever. If you name your kid this, you saddle him for life.
Jadie477  2/23/2018
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Not really a good name to me. It would seem neo-Nazi on a non Indian person in America.
― Anonymous User  12/3/2017
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Aryan race peoples in the world:

FATHER OF ALL ARYANS : HAM - THE SON OF NOAH - ALSO FATHER OF WHITE RACE

START PLACE : LAND ADJOINING TURKEY--GEORGIA - MOUNT OF ARARAT - PLACE OF NOAH'S ARK

PLACES OF ARYANS ;

GEORGIA, RUSSIA, CENTRAL ASIA, AFGHANISTAN, KASHMIR(A PLACE IN THE NORTH OF PAKISTAN AND INDIA), IRAN, KURDISTAN (TURKEY), GREECE, ALBANIA, UKRAINE, POLAND, HUNGARY, CZECHOSLOVAKIA, ITALY. GERMANY, HOLLAND, FRANCE, DENMARK, NORWAY AND SWEDEN.
real-numerologist  7/6/2017
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Aryan Prajapati is an Indian child actor. He has had roles in television serials and Bollywood feature films.
lilolaf  6/24/2017
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This name makes me think of white supremacists and neo-Nazis. It's definitely not something you'd want to consider in a Western country!
Buneary  6/15/2017
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The name Aryan was given to 345 boys born in the US in 2016.
― Anonymous User  6/8/2017
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I know that this name comes from a completely different etymology, but I can't help but think of Hitler's efforts to create an Aryan race when I see this name.
Icycoldhot  5/15/2017

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