Origin of the name ARI.
Etymology of the
Meaning of the baby name ARI.
ARI (אֲרִי). Hebrew
name meaning "lion." (Journal of the Transactions of the
Victoria Institute, Petrie, v.27, 1894)
Egyptian title, meaning properly "Guardian," but sometimes
rendered on the funereal inscriptions, "Companion" or
"Citizen." It is also the Egyptian name of the country of
Arya, or Bactria, the sacred home of the Aryan races. (An Archaic
Dictionary, Cooper, 1876).
ARI (Արի). Armenian
name, derived from the vocabulary word ari, meaning "brave."
... In the language of Armenia,
ari is used in the widest sense for Aryan or Iranian; it means
also brave, and is applied more especially to the Medians. (Lectures
on the Science of Language, Müller, 1861)
Norse name, derived from Teutonic ari, meaning "eagle." (The
Home of the Eddic Poems, Bugge, 1899).
Ari was an
adventurer who sailed to Greenland in fourteen days, fifteen years before
the preaching of Christianity in Iceland... (History of Christian Names,