The Meaning of the Name Ármin
Ármin is a masculine given name of Hungarian origin. It is derived from the Germanic elements “arm” meaning “army” and “heim” meaning “home”. The name is often associated with strength, courage, and protection.
History and Origin
The name Ármin has its roots in the ancient Germanic language. It was first used as a personal name by the Franks, a Germanic tribe that lived in what is now France during the Middle Ages. The name was later adopted by other Germanic tribes, including the Hungarians. In Hungary, it became popular during the 19th century and remains a popular choice today.
Ármin is not a particularly common name in the United States, but it does have some presence. According to Social Security Administration data, there were only about 50 babies born with this name in 2019. However, it is much more popular in Hungary where it ranks among the top 100 names for boys.
Famous People Named Ármin
There are several famous people who bear the name Ármin. These include Hungarian actor Ármin Szabó, Hungarian-American physicist Ármin Ölveczky, and Hungarian-American composer Ármin Vámbéry.
Variations of the Name
The name Ármin can also be spelled Armin or Armand. There are also several variations of the name in other languages such as Armando (Italian), Armand (French), and Arman (Armenian).