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Aram (given name)

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Pronunciation  [ɑˈɾɑm]
Language(s)  Aramaic, Armenian
Gender  Masculine
Meaning  "High lands" in Aramaic "Son of the sun" in Armenian

Aram (Armenian: Արամ [ɑˈɾɑm], Aramaic: אַרָם‎‎) is an Armenian patriarch in the History of Armenia (Moses of Chorene), and a popular masculine name in Armenian. It appears in Hebrew and Aramaic, although its origins and meaning are different.

First name

(Notable bearers of the name)

  • Aram I (born 1947) birth Bedros Keshishian, Catholicos, head of the Catholicosate of the Great House of Cilicia (Armenian Apostolic Church), Antelias, Lebanon
  • Aram Andonian (1875-1952), Armenian journalist, historian and writer
  • Aram Asatryan (1953–2006), Armenian pop singer and songwriter
  • Aram Avakian (1926-1987), American film editor and director
  • Aram Ayrapetyan (born 1986), Russian football player
  • Aram Shahin Davud Bakoyan (born 1954), Iraqi politician
  • Aram Pachyan (born 1983), Armenian writer, novelist, journalist, and columnist
  • Aram Bakshian, American speech writer
  • Aram Barlezizyan (born 1936), Armenian academic
  • Aram Bartholl (born 1972), German artist
  • Aram Bedrosian (born 1977), American bass guitarist of Armenian descent
  • Aram Chobanian (born 1929), American university president
  • Aram Gharabekyan, Armenian conductor
  • Aram Haigaz (1900-1986), Armenian-American writer
  • Aram Hakobyan (born 1979), Soviet born Armenian football player
  • Aram Hamparian, American executive director of Armenian National Committee of America
  • Aram Hur (born 1971), South Korean educator, publisher, lecturer, and social activist
  • Aram James, political activist, government watchdog, and attorney
  • Aram Karam (born 1926), Iraqi footballer
  • Aram Karapetyan (born 1964), Armenian politician
  • Aram Khachaturian (1903–1978), Armenian composer
  • Aram Khalili (born 1989), Iranian-Norwegian of Kurdish descent football player
  • Aram Manukian (1879-1919), Armenian revolutionary, politician and general
  • Aram Miskaryan (1973-2009), Armenian sportsman and actor
  • Aram J. Pothier (1854-1928), American governor of Rhode Island
  • Aram Ramazyan (born 1978), Armenian boxer
  • Aram Roston, American investigative journalist
  • Aram Safrastyan (1888-1966), Armenian academic
  • Aram Sargsyan (born 1961), Armenian Prime Minister
  • Aram Gaspar Sargsyan (born 1949), Armenian politician
  • Aram Sarkisov (born 1984), Russian football player
  • Aram Saroyan (born 1943), Armenian poet, novelist, biographer, memoirist and playwright
  • Aram Satian (born 1947), Armenian composer and songwriter
  • Aram Shah (fl. 1210–1211), second sultan of the Mamluk Sultanate
  • Aram Shakkour (born 1995), Lead engineer of nuclear arms, Iran
  • Aram Ter-Ghevondyan (1928–1988), Armenian historian
  • Aram Tigran (1934-2009), Armenian singer
  • Aram Voskanyan (born 1975), Soviet born Armenian football player
  • Aram Yengoyan (born 1936), professor of anthropology at University of California, Davis
  • References

    Aram (given name) Wikipedia


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