Armand (photographer) (1901–63), Armenian photographer
Armand Brinkhaus (born 1935), Louisiana politician
Armand Călinescu (1893-1939), Romanian Prime Minister
Armand de Bourbon, prince de Conti (1629–66), French noble
Armand de Gontaut, baron de Biron (1524–92), French soldier
Armand de Gramont, comte de Guiche (1637–73), French noble
Armand de La Richardie (1686-1758), French Roman Catholic missionary
Armand de Pontmartin (1811–90), French literary critic and essayist
Armand Doré (1824-1882), French painter.
Armand Doria (1824-1896), French art collector.
Armand, duc d'Aiguillon (1750-1800), French noble
Armand Hammer (1898–1990), American Industrialist
Armand Lohikoski (1912-2005), Finnish movie director & writer
Armand of Kersaint (1742–93), French sailor and politician
Armand Marquiset (1900-1981), French philanthropist
Armand Mouyal (1925–88), French world champion épée fencer
Armand Van Helden (born 1970), American DJ and musician
Abraham Armand, Roman Catholic priest
David Armand (born 1977), English actor
Émile Armand (1872-1962), French anarchist
Frøydis Armand (born 1949), Norwegian actress
Gesner Armand (born 1936), Haitian painter
Gisken Armand (born 1962), Norwegian actress
Inessa Armand (1874-1920), French communist
Jean Armand de Lestocq (1692-1767), French adventurer
Joseph-François Armand (1820-1903), Canadian politician
Leanne Armand (born 1968), Australian marine scientist
Louis Armand (1905–71), French Resistance member
Sylvain Armand (born 1980), French footballer
Armand (The Vampire Chronicles), character from the The Vampire Chronicles novels
Count Armand, character from the movie The Legend of Zorro
Armand St. Just, character from the Scarlet Pimpernel novels
Armand Duval, character from the romantic novel La Dame aux Camelias
Armand Trevelyan, from Isaac Asimov's novella "Profession".
Armand Goldman, character from the movie "The Birdcage"
Armand (name) Wikipedia
Armand is both a masculine French given name and a surname, the French form of Herman.
Notable people with the name include: