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141 Armand French Variant of Herman meaning soldier, or warrior. M
142 Armand German Army man; soldier. Famous Bearer: romantic actor Armand Assante. M
143 Armand Polish Soldier. M
144 Armod Norse Blood brother of Geirleif. M
145 Armond German Variant of Armand: Army man; soldier. Famous Bearer: romantic actor Armand Assante. M
146 Armond Italian Army man. M
147 Arnaud English Variant of Arnold: Derived from an old German name meaning eagle power. The eagle rules. Introduced into Britain during the Norman Conquest, and used for a number of English surnames. Famous bearer: British poet and critic Matthew Arnold. M
148 Arnaud French French form of Arnold. M
149 Arnaud German Variant of Arnold: The eagle rules; strong as an eagle. Famous Bearer: Movie star and producer/directer Arnold Schwarzennegger. M

150 Arnold English Derived from an old German name meaning eagle power. The eagle rules. Introduced into Britain during the Norman Conquest, and used for a number of English surnames. Famous bearer: British poet and critic Matthew Arnold. M
151 Arnold German The eagle rules; strong as an eagle. Famous Bearer: Movie star and producer/directer Arnold Schwarzennegger. M
152 Arnold Teutonic Strong as an eagle. M
153 Arpad Biblical The light of redemption. M
154 Arpad Hungarian Wanderer. M
155 Arphaxad Biblical A healer; a releaser M
156 Arshad Hindi Devoted; true. M
157 Arshad Muslim Most honest. Better guided.. M
158 Artaxiad Armenian Name of a king. M
159 Arvad Hebrew Exile; wanderer. M
160 Arvid German Variant of Arvin: Friend of the people. M