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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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Abas Աբաս, Ապար m Armenian
Armenian form of Abbas.
Abdal Ապտալ, Աբդալ m Armenian (Rare, Archaic)
Borrowed from Ottoman Turkish abdal, meaning "careless man", which in turn is derived from Arabic أَبْدَال‎, abdal, meaning "hermit". Nowadays the name is rare.
Abimelik m Armenian (Rare, Archaic)
Armenian form of Abimelech. Rarely used nowadays.
Abisak f & m Armenian (Archaic)
Armenian form of Abishag.
Abisoghom Աբիսողոմ m Armenian
Armenian form of Absalom.
Ach'ik Աչիկ f Armenian
Derived from the diminutive form of աչ (ačʿ), a poetic term meaning "eye".
Aetios Աետիոս m Ancient Greek, Armenian
Original Ancient Greek form of Aetius, as well as the modern Armenian form.
Aghabeg m Armenian
Derived from Persian aga ("master") and Turkish bey (title given to provincial governors and senior officers).
Aghajan m Armenian (Rare)
Derived from Persian aga ("master") and jan ("dear").
Aghapap m Armenian (Archaic)
Derived from Persian aga ("master") and Armenian pap ("grandfather").
Aghas m Armenian
Variant of Aghasi.
Aghasar m Armenian (Archaic)
Derived from Persian aga ("master").
Aghasi Աղասի m Armenian
From Ottoman Turkish آغا (ağa) meaning "agha (an honorific for high officials)".
Aghaton m Armenian
Albanian form of Agathon.
Aghexandr m Armenian (Archaic)
Obsolete Armenian form of Alexander.
Aghgyul Աղգյուլ f Armenian (Rare, Archaic, ?)
According to one online source, this is a rare Armenian name meaning "white rose" from Proto-Turkic *ak "white" and Persian گل (gol) "rose", 'now especially used in villages.'
Aghunik f Armenian
Diminutive form of Aghavni.
Aghuveh Աղուվեհ m & f Armenian
Derived from the Armenian elements աղու (aghu) "suave" and վեհ (veh) "sublime".
Aghvan Աղվան m Armenian
Means "Caucasian Albanian" in Armenian. Caucasian Albania was an ancient country in the Caucasus, not connected to the modern state in the Balkans.
Agrippas Ագրիպպաս m Armenian, Ancient Armenian
Armenian and Old Armenian form of Agrippa.
Aharon m Armenian
Armenian form of Aaron, derived directly from Hebrew Aharon.
Alek m Armenian
Variant of Alex.
Aleksan Ալեքսան 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 Ալին f Armenian
Means "bearer of light" in Armenian.
Alique Ալիք f Armenian
Wave (an ocean wave)
Alvard Ալվարդ f Armenian
From Armenian ալ (al) meaning "bright red, scarlet" and վարդ (vard) meaning "rose".
Alvart Ալվարդ f Armenian
Variant of Alvard.
Amalya Ամալյա f Armenian
Armenian form of Amalia.
Ambakum Ամբակում m Armenian (Rare)
Armenian form of Ambakoum, which is the biblical Greek form of Habakkuk.
Ameli Ամելի f Basque, Hungarian, Croatian, Armenian (Modern)
Basque cognate of Amélie and Amelia, Hungarian variant of Amélia, Croatian variant of Amelia and Armenian borrowing of Amélie.
Anaida Անաիդա 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]
Anaïde f Armenian (Gallicized), French (Rare)
Gallicized form of the Armenian given name Anaida.
Ananux Անանուխ f Armenian (Rare)
Means "mint" in Armenian.
Anayis Անայիս f Armenian
Variant form of Anahid.
Andranik Անդրանիկ m Armenian
Derived from Armenian andranik "older, senior", this being in the context of a family's first-born son.
Andronik Անդրոնիկ m Armenian, Bulgarian (Rare), Croatian (Rare), Macedonian (Rare), Polish (Archaic), Russian (Rare), Serbian (Rare), Slovene (Rare), Ukrainian (Rare)
Form of Andronikos (see Andronicus) in various languages. In Armenia, this name might also be a variant spelling or transcription of Andranik in some cases.
Ankine Անգինէ f Armenian
From the Armenian անգին (ankin) meaning "invaluable".
Ankos Անկոս m Armenian
Armenian form of Ancus.
Annman Աննման f Armenian
Means "unmatched, inimitable" in Armenian.
Antaram Անթառամ m Armenian
From the Armenian word անթառամ (antʿaṙam) meaning "unfading, brilliant, everlasting, doesn't wilt". This is the Armenian version of Amaranth.
Antiokos Անտիոքոս m Armenian
Armenian form of Antiochus.
Antistenes Անտիսթենես m Armenian
Armenian form of Antisthenes.
Antranig m Armenian
Variant transcription of Andranik.
Antreas Անդրէաս m Armenian, Greek
Variant of Andreas.
Anushavan Անուշավան 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 Անուշիկ f Armenian
Diminutive of Anush.
Anzhel f & m Armenian, Bulgarian
Variant of Angel.
Anzhik f Armenian
Diminutive form of Anzhela.
Apirat Ապիրատ m Ancient Armenian, Armenian
Apparently from ապիրատ (apirat) meaning "wicked". Of chiefly historical usage.
Appianos Ապպիանոս m Armenian, Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of Appianus (see Appian), as well as the Armenian form.
Appios Ապպիոս m Armenian
Armenian form of Appius.
Apres Ապրես m Armenian (Eastern)
Means "well done!, good job!" in Armenian.
Apreshum f Armenian
From the Persian ابریشم‎ (abrišam) meaning "silk".
Araik Արայիկ m Armenian
Alternate transcription of Arayik.
Arakel Առաքել 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).
Aramayis Արամայիս m Ancient Armenian, Armenian
From Old Median *Rāmanīsah which meant "one who strives for peace" or "one who strives for joy" from Proto-Iranian *rāma- "joy, peace" and *ais-/*is- "to strive".
Aramuhi Արամուհի f Armenian
Means "excellent lady" in Armenian.
Araxia f Armenian
Variant of Arax.
Araxie f Armenian
Variant of Araksi.
Arayik Արայիկ m Armenian
Diminutive of Ara.
Arch m Armenian
The word Armenian word for the animal, bear, is Arch.
Arcrun Արծրուն m Armenian
Variant of Artsrun.
Ardemis Արտեմի f Armenian
Armenian variant form of Artemis.
Ardziv Արծիւ m Armenian
Means "eagle" in Armenian.
Ardzvig Արծուիկ f Armenian
Means "young eagle" in Armenian.
Areknaz Արեգնազ f Armenian
Etymology uncertain, perhaps from the Armenian Արեգ (arek) meaning "sun" and the Persian نازی (nazi) meaning "sweet, coy" or Armenian նազանք (nazank') meaning "affection, coquetry".
Areknazan Արեգնազան f Armenian
Etymology uncertain, perhaps from the Armenian Արեգ (arek) meaning "sun" and the Persian نازی (nazi) meaning "sweet, coy" or Armenian նազանք (nazank') meaning "affection, coquetry".
Arev f Armenian (Rare)
Directly taken from Armenian արեւ (arev) "sun".
Argisht Արգիշտի m Armenian
Very old name ... [more]
Argishti m Urartian, Ancient Armenian, Armenian
The name of two kings of Urartu, an ancient kingdom in the Armenian Highlands.
Arios Արիոս m Armenian
Armenian form of Arius.
Aristakes Արիստակես, Արիստակէս m Ancient Armenian, Armenian
Possibly an Armenian form of Aristarchos, or perhaps from a Middle Persian word meaning "resurrection of the dead" (Persian رستاخیز‎ (rastâxiz))... [more]
Arka Արքա m Armenian
King of kings
Arkadya f Armenian
Turkish form of Arcadia.
Arkam m Armenian
from Persian, "strength"
Arkay Արքայ m Armenian
Means "king" in Armenian.
Arkimed Արքիմեդ m Armenian
Armenian form of Archimedes.
Armav Արմավ f Armenian (Rare)
Means "date (fruit)" in Armenian.
Armenak Արմենակ m Armenian
Variant of Aramaneak.
Arménouhie Արմէնուհի f Armenian (Gallicized)
Gallicized transliteration of Արմէնուհի (see Armenuhi).
Armenuhi Արմէնուհի f Armenian
Combination of Armen and the feminine suffix ուհի (uhi).
Armine Արմինե f Armenian
Feminine form of Armen, probably coined in the 18th century.
Arousiag f Armenian
Variant transcription of Արուսեակ (see Aruseag)
Arpenik Արփենիկ f Armenian
Derived from Armenian արփենի (arpʿeni) meaning "solar, bright, luminous".
Arpiar m & f Armenian
Meaning: “sun”
Arpina f Armenian
It means “rising of sun”.
Arpineh f Armenian (Western)
Alternate transcription of Arpine.
Arshag m Armenian
Means "bear cub" in Armenian.
Arshakuhi Արշակուհի f Armenian
Feminine form of Arshak.
Arshalouys Արշալոյս f Armenian
Variant of Arshaluys.
Arsham Արշամ m Persian, Armenian
Modern Persian and Armenian form of Aršāma.
Arshavir Արշաւիր m Armenian (Rare)
Arsine Արսինե f Armenian
Feminine form of Arsen.
Artak Արտակ m Armenian
Derived from Parthian artak meaning "fast".
Artashes Արտաշես m Armenian
Armenian form of Artaxes.
Artin m Armenian
Variant of Harutyun.
Artoyt Արտոյտ m & f Armenian
Means "lark" in Armenian.
Artsrun Արծրուն m Armenian
one of the Armenian dynasties ... [more]
Artun Արթուն m Armenian
Means "awake, watchful, alert, lively" in Armenian.
Artush m Armenian
Diminutive of Artashes. This is one of the main characters in Azerbaijani writer and journalist Ali Akbar's novel Artush and Zaur.
Aruseag f Armenian (Western)
Means "Venus (planet)" in Armenian.
Arusyak Արուսյակ f Armenian
From an obsolete term for the planet Venus.
Arzuman Արզուման m Azerbaijani, Armenian
Means "desirable man", from Persian آرزو‎ (ârezu) meaning "desire, wish, hope."
Asanet f Armenian
Armenian form of Asenath.
Asatur Ասատուր m Armenian
Short form of Astvatsatur.
Asdghig Աստղիկ f Armenian Mythology, Armenian (Rare)
Alternate transcription of Astghik
Asdvadzadur Աստուածատուր m Armenian
Means "heaven-sent" in Armenian.
Ashik Աշիկ m & f Armenian
Diminutive form of Arshaluys.
Ashkharuhi Աշխարհուհի f Armenian (Rare)
From Armenian աշխարհ (ashkharh) meaning "world, universe" and the feminine suffix ուհի (uhi).... [more]
Ashkhen Աշխէն f Armenian
Armenian form of Roxanne. Ashkhen was the wife of King Dertad or Trdat.
Ashkhen Աշխեն 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".
Ashot Աշոտ m Armenian, Georgian (Archaic)
Meaning uncertain. According to one Armenian scholar, the name comes from the ancient Urartian name Asud, which he states has the meaning of "quiet, peaceful". Others theorize that the name is possibly derived from the Armenian noun աշխարհ (ashkharh) meaning "world, universe" as well as "land, country"... [more]
Askanaz Ասքանազ m Armenian
Armenian form of Ashkenaz.
Asmik Ասմիկ f Armenian
Means "jasmine" in Armenian.
Asoghik Ասողիկ m Armenian
Means "storyteller" in Armenian.
Ašot Աշոտ m Armenian, Georgian (Archaic)
Variant transcription of Ashot.
Aspet Ասպետ m Armenian
Means "knight" in Armenian. Used in the 12th–14th centuries.
Assadour Ասատուր m Armenian
Astgh աստղ f Armenian
Means "star" 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.
Astvatsatur Աստվածատուր m Armenian
Modern form of Astuacatur.
Atanes Աթանես m Armenian
Armenian form of Athanasius.
Atom Ատոմ m Armenian
Atrnerseh Ատրներսեհ m Ancient Armenian, Armenian (Archaic)
Armenian form of Adurnarseh, equivalent to ատր- (atr-) meaning "fire" combined with the given name Nerseh.
Avak Աւագ m Armenian
Means "greater, grand, senior" in Armenian.
Avdal Ավտալ, Ավդալ m Armenian (Rare)
Variant of Abdal.
Avet Ավետ m Armenian
Means "good news" in Armenian. Related to Avetis.
Avetik Ավետիք m Armenian
Means "good news" in Armenian. Related to Avetis.
Avgustinos m Armenian
Armenian form of Augustine 1.
Avik m Armenian
Diminutive for Avetis
Avror Ավրոր m Russian (Rare), Armenian (Rare), Kyrgyz (Rare), Tajik (Rare), Uzbek (Rare)
Russian masculine form of Aurora, which is also occasionally used in countries that were once part of the Soviet Union.
Ayk m Armenian
Means "dawn" in Armenian.
Aytsemnik Այծեմնիկ f Armenian (Rare)
Old Armenian name meaning "little roe deer, fawn of a roe". According to the 12th-century Armenian historian Samuel Anetsi, this was the name of a female warrior who died defending the Armenian city of Ani against Persian invaders... [more]
Aytsik f Armenian
Diminutive form of Aytsemnik.
Azaduhi f Armenian (Western)
Derived from the Persian word آزاد (azad) meaning "noble, free" and the Armenian feminine suffix ուհի (uhi).
Azatuhi Ազատուհի f Armenian (Eastern)
Eastern Armenian form of Azaduhi.
Azganush Ազգանուշ f Armenian (Eastern)
Means "delight of the people" in Armenian, ultimately from ազգ (azg) meaning "people, nation" and անոյշ (anoysh) meaning "sweet; pleasant, agreeable".
Azkanush Ազգանոյշ f Armenian (Western)
Western Armenian form of Azganush.
Aznavour Ազնաւուր m Armenian
Variant of Aznavur.
Aznavur Ազնաւուր m Armenian
Meaning ''bulky, offensive, sullen and tough person'', ultimately from Persian.
Azniv Ազնիվ f Armenian (Eastern)
Means "honest, fair" in Armenian, ultimately from the Old Armenian Ազնիւ (azniv) meaning "good, kind, gracious, noble".
Babajan Բաբաջան m Armenian (Rare)
Means " soul, friendly" in Armenian. Until the end of the last century, it was a rather common name, but it is still being forgotten, but Babajanyan’s surname is still preserved.
Badaskhan f Armenian (Western, Rare)
A Western Armenian name popular in the 18th-19th centuries. It has since fallen out of use. From the Armenian "պատասխան," meaning "answer."
Bagratik Բագրատիկ m Armenian (Rare)
Armenian diminutive of Bagrat.
Bakhchinar f Armenian
Means "pomegranate garden" in Armenian.
Bako Բակո m Armenian, Georgian
Short form of Ambako (Georgian), Ambakum (Armenian), Bakar (Georgian) and Bakur (both Armenian and Georgian).
Bakur Բակուր m Armenian (Rare), Georgian
Armenian and Georgian form of Pakur. Some of the earliest known bearers of this name are the 2nd-century kings Bakur of Armenia and Bakur of Lazica (in Colchis), who are both better known under the Latin name Pacorus... [more]
Balasan Բալասան f Armenian
Means "balsam" in Armenian.
Baregham Բարեղամ m Armenian (Modern, Rare)
Armenian form of Barlaam.
Bariluis Բարիլույս f Armenian
Means "dawn" in Armenian.
Barkev m Armenian (Rare)
Means "gift" in Armenian.
Barkhudar m Armenian
Armenian form of Barkhurdar.
Barsegh Բարսեղ m Armenian
Armenian form of Basil 1.
Bartughimeos Բարթուղիմեոս m Armenian
Armenian form of Bartholomew.
Barzik f Armenian
Means "sincere" in Armenian.
Bavakan Բավական f Armenian
Means "ample, enough" in Armenian.
Baydzar Պայծառ f Armenian
Means "clear, bright, serene" in Armenian.
Baze Բազէ m Armenian
Means "falcon, hawk" in Armenian
Beleni Բալենի f Armenian
Means "flowering cherry" in Armenian.
Benyamin Բենիամին m Indonesian, Armenian
Indonesian form of Benjamin.
Bersab f Armenian
Diminutive form of Bersabeh.
Bersabeh f Armenian, Amharic
Armenian and Amharic form of Bathsheba.
Biurakn Բյուրակն f Armenian (Rare)
Bourag m Armenian
Means "forest" in Armenian.
Brabion Բրաբիոն f Armenian
Means "garden primrose" in Armenian.
Bsag Պսակ m Armenian
Means "crown" in Armenian.
Byuregh Բյուրեղ f Armenian (Rare)
Means "crystal, beryl" in Armenian, ultimately from Greek βήρυλλος (beryllos).
Byureghik Բյուրեղիկ f Armenian
Diminutive of Byuregh.
Caroun f Armenian
Variant of Karoun.
Chinar f Armenian
Cognate of Çınar.
Chivani m Armenian
from Persian, "young man"
Chouchane f Armenian (Gallicized, Rare, Expatriate)
French transcription of Shushan. This is borne by Chouchane Siranossian (1984-), a French violinist of Armenian descent.
Christapor Քրիստափոր m Armenian
Variant transcription of Kristapor.
Covinar Ծովինար f Armenian, Armenian Mythology
Variant spelling of Tsovinar. 'Cov' is most likely a loanword from Urartian ṣûǝ, meaning "(inland) sea." This spelling is used in an Armenian epic.
Dadash Դադաշ m Armenian, Azerbaijani
Armenian form of Dadaş as well as an Azerbaijani alternate transcription of the name.
Dalar Դալար f Armenian
Means "green, verdant, young" or "vegetation" in Armenian.
Dalita Դալիթա f Hebrew, Armenian
Probably a variant form of Dalit. Also compare Dalida, which is a similar but unrelated name.... [more]
Dareh Դարեհ m Armenian (Rare)
Armenian form of Darius.
Davros m Armenian
"Taurus mountains"
Deghdzanik դեղձանիկ f Armenian
Means "canary" in Armenian.
Deghdzo f Armenian
Diminutive form of Deghdzanik.
Derenik Դերենիկ m Armenian
Dezik Դեզիկ f Armenian
Derived from դեզ (dez) meaning "haystack, stack, pile".
Diran m Armenian
Armenian name for famous king
Dirayr Տիրայր, Դիարյր m Armenian
Meaning unknown.
Ditsuhi Դիցուհի f Armenian (Modern)
Means "goddess" in Armenian.
Donara Դոնարա f Soviet, Russian (Rare), Armenian
Contraction of Russian дочь народа (doč naroda) meaning "daughter of the people". This name was created by Communist parents who were eager to reject traditional names.
Drastamat Դրաստամատ m Armenian
Means "straight-forward, no way out" in Armenian.
Dshkhuhi f Armenian
From the Armenian դշխոյ (dshkoy) meaning "queen" and the feminine suffix ուհի (uhi).
Dstrik Դստրիկ f Armenian
Means "little girl" in Armenian.
Dzaghig Ծաղիկ f Armenian
Means "flower" in Armenian.
Dzeroun m Armenian
Means "old man" in Armenian.
Dziran Ծիրան f Armenian
Means "apricot" in Armenian.
Dzirani Ծիրանի f Armenian
Means "purple, scarlet" in Armenian
Dzovag Ծովակ f Armenian
Means "lake, pond" in Armenian.
Dzovik Ծովիկ f Armenian
From the Armenian ծով (tsov, dzov) meaning "sea".
Dzovinar Ծովինար f Armenian (Rare), Armenian Mythology
Alternate transcription of Tsovinar.
Dzovo f Armenian
Diminutive form of Dzovik.
Dzvik Ձվիկ f Armenian
Armenian feminine name meaning "little egg".
Edik Էդիկ m Armenian, Georgian (Rare)
Armenian diminutive of Eduard, which is sometimes also used in neighbouring Georgia.
Eliz f Armenian, Turkish
Means "hand" in Turkish.
Ellada Էլլադա f Armenian, Azerbaijani, Greek
From Ellada, the native name of Greece.
Entvoni Էնթոնի m Armenian
Armenian form of Anthony.
Epraksia f Armenian, Georgian (Rare)
Armenian and Georgian form of Eupraxia (see Yevpraksiya).
Eranuhi f Armenian
Means "full of energy" in Armenian.
Erazik Երազիկ f Armenian
From the Armenian երազ (eraz) meaning "dream".
Ervaz Երվազ m Armenian
Modern Armenian form of Eruaz.
Eshkhan m Armenian
Means "prince" in Armenian.
Evgine Եվգինե f Armenian
Variant Armenian form of Eugenia.
Fenya Ֆենյա f Armenian, Russian
Russian diminutive of Agrafena, Feodosiya, Feofaniya, Ifigeniya, Trifena and possibly also Yevgeniya... [more]
Frunze m Armenian
Transferred use of the surname, which comes from Romanian 'frunză' meaning "leaf."
Gagach Կակաչ f Armenian
Means "tulip" in Armenian.
Gakavig Կաքաւիկ f Armenian
Means "young partridge" in Armenian.
Galust Գալուստ m Armenian
Shortening of the Armenian word Հոգեգալուստ (Hogegalust) meaning "Pentecost".
Gamlet Համլետ m Russian, Armenian, Georgian
Russian form of Hamlet. Armenians and Georgians who are proficient in Russian will sometimes use this form to transcribe Համլետ (Hamlet) and ჰამლეტ (Hamlet)... [more]
Ganimedes Գանիմեդես m Armenian, Greek Mythology (Hispanicized), Greek Mythology (Polonized)
Armenian, Spanish, and Polish form of Ganymede
Garabed Կարապետ m Armenian
Variant of Karapet.
Garabet Կարապետ m Armenian
Variant of Karapet.
Garbis Կարպիս m Armenian
Diminutive of Karapet.
Garik Գարիկ m Armenian
Diminutive of Garegin.
Garine f Armenian
Armenian form of Karen.
Garnik Գառնիկ m Armenian
Means "little lamb" from Old Armenian գառն (gaṙn) meaning "lamb" combined with the diminutive suffix -իկ (-ik). It was used until the 6th century but was revived again in the 19th century.
Garnuhi Գառնուհի f Armenian
Means "lamb lady" in Armenian.
Garo Կարո m Armenian
A short form of Karapet.
Garsevan Գարսևան, Գարսեվան 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... [more]
Garso Գարսո m Armenian (Rare)
Short form of Garsevan.
Garunik Գարունիկ f Armenian
Derived from գարուն (garun) meaning "spring (season)".
Gasia Կասիա f Armenian
"cinnamon"
Gdrij Կտրիճ m Armenian
Means "fearless, brave" in Armenian.
Gegard Գեղարդ m Armenian
Variant transcription of Geghard. A notable bearer of this name is Gegard Mousasi (b. 1985), an Iranian-born Dutch martial artist of Armenian descent.
Gegham Գեղամ m Armenian
Geghani Գեղանի f Armenian
From the Armenian գեղանիշ (geghanish) meaning "beauty spot".
Geghanush Գեղանուշ f Armenian
From the Armenian գեղ (geł) meaning "beauty" and անուշ (anush) meaning "sweet".
Geghetsik Գեղեցիկ f Armenian
Means "beautiful" in Armenian.
Geghush Գեղուշ f Armenian
From the Armenian գեղ (gegh) meaning "beauty".
Gevork Գևորգ m Armenian
Variant of Gevorg.
Ghazar Ղազար m Armenian, Ancient Armenian
Shortened form of Ghazaros.
Ghazaros m Armenian (Rare)
Armenian form of Lazarus.
Ghevont Ղեւոնդ m Armenian
Variant of Leonid.
Ghugas Ղուկաս m Armenian
Armenian form of Luke.
Ghukas Ղուկաս m Armenian, Ancient Armenian
Old and modern Armenian form of Luke.
Gnel Գնել m Armenian
From the Armenian word գնել (gnel) meaning "to buy, gain, earn".
Goharik Գոհարիկ f Armenian
Armenian diminutive of Gohar.
Goharine Գոհարինե f Armenian
Elaborated form of Gohar.
Goriun Կորիւն m Armenian
Means "cub" in Armenian.
Gosdantin Կոստանդին m Armenian
Armenian form of Constantine.
Gyulab f Armenian
Armenian form of Golab.
Gyulnara Գյուլնարա f Armenian
Armenian form of Gulnara.
Hagint Յակինթ f Armenian
"hyacinth"
Hakobb Հակոբբ m Armenian
Version of Hakob.
Hamazasp Համազասպ m Armenian, Ancient Armenian
Hambardzum Համբարձում m Armenian (Eastern)
Eastern Armenian transliteration of Hampartsum.
Hamest Համեստ f Armenian (Rare)
Feminine Armenian name derived from the word համեստ (hamest) meaning "modest".
Hampartsum Համբարձում m Armenian
Means "ascension" in Armenian.
Haron m Armenian
Diminutive of Aharon.
Harutiun Հարություն m Armenian
Alternate transcription of Harutyun.
Hasmig f Armenian (Western)
Western Armenian transcription of Hasmik.
Havat m & f Armenian
Means "belief" in Armenian.
Haverjh Յաւերժ f Armenian
Means "eternally, forever" in Armenian.
Hayarpi f Armenian
Feminine Armenian feminine name derived from հայ (hay) meaning "Armenian" and արեւ (arev) meaning "sun".
Haygaran Հայկարամ m Armenian
From the Armenian name for the central region of the country.
Haykanush f Armenian
From the name Hayk and Անուշ (anush) meaning "sweet".
Haykuhi f Armenian
Derived from the name Hayk and the feminine suffix ուհի (uhi).
Haykush Հայկուշ f Armenian
Variant spelling of Haykanush.
Hayots m Armenian
"Armenian nation"
Hayrenik Հայրենիք m Armenian
Means "fatherland" in Armenian.
Haytug Հայդուկ m Armenian
Means "combatant" in Armenian.
Hazarabed Հազարապետ m Armenian
Means "major" in Armenian.
Hazarvart Հազարվարդ f Armenian
Means "thousand roses" in Armenian.
Heghine Հեղինե f Armenian
Armenian form of Helen.
Heghineh Հեղինե f Armenian
Alternate transcription of Heghine.
Henrikh Հենրիխ m Armenian (Rare), Georgian (Rare)
Armenian and Georgian form of Henry.
Heraklit Հերակլիտ 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 հերոս m Armenian
Means "hero" in Armenian.
Hetum Հեթում m Armenian, Ancient Armenian
A borrowed name of uncertain origin.
Hezig f Armenian
"friendly"
Hmayag m Armenian
"talisman"
Hmayak Հմայակ m Armenian
Hnazant Հնազանդ f Armenian
Means "obedient, docile" in Armenian.
Houri f Armenian
Means "flames" in Armenian.