Origin of the name ARYANA.
Etymology of the
Meaning of the baby name ARYANA.
An old name for Iran (Persia). In Greek Αρειανή
(see Ariana). Moody renders
the name "honored." (What Is Your Name?, Moody, 1863).
Clare renders it "tiller of the soil." See note below.
Aryana Farshad, an Iranian director, film producer and
writer. Sharifah Aryana Syed Zainal Rashid Al-Yahya, a Malaysian
... The name Aryan means tiller
of the soil; wherein this race has differed from the Turanian, or
nomadic races of Central Asia...
Great natural misfortunes intensified Zoroaster's
conviction. In his time some geological convulsion changed the
climate of Northern Asia, and suddenly caused bitter cold where there
had previously been a tropical heat. Both Spiegel and Haug have in
recent years translated the first Fargard of the Vendidad, which
commences by describing a good country, AryanaVaejo, which Ahura-Mazda
had created as a region of delight. Thereupon the "evil
being, Angra-Mainyus, full of death, created a mighty serpent, and
winter, the work of the Daevas. Ten months of winter are there,
two months of summer." (Library of Universal Knowledge,
Clare, v.1, 1898).