Aras

Aras is a Lithuanian male which comes from the Lithuanian word meaning “eagle”. I’ve also seen Aras listed as being a Kurdish, Persian, Turkish, and Urdu male name meaning “equal, balanced” which seems to be derived from the name of a river that runs from Turkey to Armenia, Iran, and Azerbaijan. However, according to Armenian tradition, the…

Petros

Petros is the Greek and Armenian form of Peter which is the English form of Ancient Greek Petros meaning “stone, rock” derived from an unknown source. Petros is also a surname, either derived from the given name or a shortened form of Greek surname Petropoulos. Origin: Ancient Greek Variants: Peter (English, German, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Slovene, Slovak) Petrus…

Perouze

Perouze is an Armenian female name meaning “turquoise” which derives from Persian fairuza. Origin: Persian  

Levon

Levon is the Armenian form of Leon, a Greek male name meaning “lion”. It’s also a surname derived from the given name. Origin: Ancient Greek Variants: Leon (English, German, Polish, Slovene, Croatian, Dutch, Ancient Greek) Leontios (Ancient Greek) Leontius (Latinized Ancient Greek) Leo (Latin, English, German, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, Croatian)  

Daniel

Origin: Hebrew Meaning: a male name meaning “God is my judge”. As well as being a given name, Daniel is also a surname from the same source. Nicknames include Danny/Dannie/Danni and Dan. Variants: Danilo (Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Slovene, Serbian, Croatian) Daniele (Italian) Danijel (Slovene, Croatian, Serbian) Danyal (Arabic, Persian, Urdu, Turkish) Taniel (Armenian) Danel (Basque)…