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Name Armant - Meaning and origin

Name Armant - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

Germanic

Meaning of the name:

Derived from Armand. Germanic hart, strong, and man, man. Saint Armand was a patron saint of the Netherlands. While this name is very common in Germany in the form Herman, Armand is reserved for Latin countries (France, Italy, Spain). In France, it was considered from the fifteenth century as a name of the aristocracy. North of the hexagon it was sometimes written with an "h". It can also end with "t" or "d". Another Saint Armand was Bishop of Alto Adige, Italy. His birthday: December 23rd.

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Comments:

  1. Norton

    In my opinion it has already been discussed

  2. Avonmore

    cool, but it makes no sense !!!

  3. Calidan

    The biggest message



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