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Ari could refer to names of various languages, or shortened versions of other names.
- 1 Azerbaijani
- 2 Arabic
- 3 Albanian
- 4 Armenian
- 5 Badaga
- 6 Bulgarian
- 7 Ethiopia
- 8 Finnic languages
- 9 German
- 10 Greek
- 11 Hebrew
- 12 Hindi
- 13 Icelandic/Old Norse
- 14 Japanese
- 15 Korean
- 16 Kurdish
- 17 Maori
- 18 Quechua
- 19 Sanskrit
- 20 Spanish
- 21 Swahili
- 22 Sinhalese
- 23 Tagalog
- 24 Tamil
- 25 Turkish
- 26 Yoruba
- 27 People named Ari
- 28 Fictional characters named Ari
- 29 See also
- 30 Notes
"Ari" a variant of Ara (Arabic), and the meaning of Ari is "brings rain".
"Ari" means "gold" in Albanian. Ari is also a male first name that means "bear" (the animal).
"Ari" is a male first name that means "fearless" or "brave".
Short form of "Asparuch".
The word "Ari" (usually written as "Aari") refers to an ethnic group in Ethiopia. The Ari people inhabit the northern part of the Mago National Park in Ethiopia and have the largest territory of all the tribes in the area. They have fertile lands allowing them to have several types of plantations. An Ari's crop can consist of grains, coffee, fruits and honey. It's also common for them to have large herds of livestock. Their women are known for selling pottery and wearing skirts made from banana trees called enset. The Aari is one of the tribes whose culture and language remain less explored in Ethiopia. There are a few ethnographic works on the Aari tribe by Dr. Gebre Yntiso, a well known anthropologist and a professor at Addis Ababa University.
"Ari" is a somewhat common Norse and Finnish name. It is sometimes seen as part of the hyphenated name "Ari-Pekka".
Ari or Aris is a common shortened version of the Greek names Aristotle, Ariadne, (Arianna)Arietta, Aristides, Aristarchus, Aristomenes, Aristobulos, Aristoxenos, Aristos, Aristophanes, Aristea, Aristotelis, and others, the majority of which are compounds of the adjectival superlative áristos, "best". They are also modern Greek transliterations for Ares, the god of war and the name for the planet Mars. The archaic Greek prefix ari- (e.g. in Ariadne, Arimnestus etc.) or eri-, a cognate of áristos, means "very" or "verily".
Ari (Numbers 24:9) or Aryeh (2 Samuel 17:10) is the Hebrew for "lion", cognate to Akkadian aria, Aramaic arya. The word is in use as a first name. Ari was also used as an honorific for an important man.
"Ari" is also a common shortened version of the names Ariel, Aryeh, Arielle and Ariella.
"Ari" means "Not of Sin" in Hindi. Ari also means "one who shows the right path".
"Ari" is a somewhat common name meaning "eagle" or "fast flying one". Etymologically closely related to the Icelandic word "ör" (arrow).
"Ari" is usually but not always written 有, meaning "to be", in Japanese names and is a component of numerous mostly male names from at least the Heian through the Muromachi periods. Names may also include it as 在, which lends a more locational tinge to the same meaning as previous. Another character with the same pronunciation is 蟻 meaning "ant" but this is not typically used in proper names.
"Ari" is a somewhat common Kurdish male first name, and means "Arian". It also means "flame".
In Maori, "Ari" means "clear" or "visible".
In Quechua, 'Ari' means "yes".
"Ari" is an abbreviation for superior (Great looking creature).
'Ari' is a Swahili word meaning "Desire."
"Ari" is a short form for "Ariya" means "Good","Gem"
"Ari" means "property" in Tagalog. It is a feminine name associated with Arielle V.
"Ari"/"Arima" refers to lion in the Tamil language.
"Ari" means "bee" in Turkish. Also used as an adjective, it means "pure, clean, untouched, chaste"
"Ari"/"Arike" means "we have seen/found someone to care for."
People named Ari
- Ari Ahonen (born 1981), Finnish ice hockey goaltender
- Ari Angervo (born 1944), Finnish classical violinist and conductor
- Ari Anjala, Finnish orienteering competitor
- Ari Ankorin (1908–1986), Israeli politician and lawyer
- Ari Babakhanov, Uzbek musician
- Ari Behn (born 1972), Norwegian author and husband of Princess Märtha Louise of Norway
- Ari Ben-Menashe (born 1952), Iranian-born Israeli businessman, security consultant and author
- Ari Benjamin Meyers (born 1972), American composer and conductor
- Ari Berk (born 1967), American writer
- Ari Borovoy (born 1979), Mexican musician
- Ari Boyland (born 1987), New Zealand actor
- Ari Brown (born 1944), American jazz musician
- Ari Brynjolfsson (1927–2013), Icelandic physicist
- Ari Cohen, Canadian actor
- Ari Eisinger, American musician
- Ari Elon (born 1950), Israeli writer, Bible scholar, and educator
- Ari Emanuel (born 1961), American talent agent
- Ari Eschtruth (born 1999), coolest kid around
- Ari Fleischer (born 1960), former White House Press Secretary for U.S. President George W. Bush
- Ari Folman (born 1962), Israeli film director, screenwriter and film score composer
- Ari Freyr Skúlason (born 1987), Icelandic footballer
- Ari Gold (filmmaker), American filmmaker, actor, musician
- Ari Gold (musician) (born 1977), American R&B artist
- Ari L. Goldman (born 1949), American journalist and professor
- Ari Graynor (born 1983), American actress
- Ari, nickname for actress/singer Ariana Grande (born 1993)
- Ari Greenberg (born 1981), American contract bridge player
- Ari Gröndahl, Finnish ice hockey defenceman
- Ari Haanpää, Finnish ice hockey player
- Ari Herstand (born 1985), American singer/songwriter
- Ari Hest (born 1979), American singer-songwriter
- Ari Hjelm (born 1962), Finnish football coach and former player
- Ari Hoenig (born 1973), American jazz drummer, composer and educator
- Ari Hoogenboom (born 1927), American historian
- Ari Huumonen (1956–2013), Finnish discus thrower
- Ari Ichihashi (born 1977), Japanese long-distance runner
- Ari Jabotinsky (1910–1969), Revisionist Zionist activist, Israeli politician and academic
- Ari Jayaprakash (born 1977), Indian artist and photographer
- Ari Joshua, American guitarist, songwriter, member of the band Big High
- Ari Jónsson (born 1994), Faroese footballer
- Ari Jósefsson (1939–1964), Icelandic poet
- Ari Kattainen (born 1958), Finnish orienteering competitor
- Ari Kelman, American historian and professor
- Ari Kim (born 2001), Korean and Norwegian Video Gamist
- Ari Koivunen (born 1984), Finnish heavy metal singer
- Ari Kurniawan (born 1978), Indonesian footballer
- Ari Laptev (born 1950), Russian mathematician
- Ari Lasso (born 1973), Indonesian musician
- Ari Lehman (born 1965), American actor and performance artist
- Ari Lemmke (born 1963), Finnish computer programmer
- Ari Libsker (born 1972), Israeli filmmaker and journalist
- Ari Lindgren (born 1973), American chef and musician
- Ari Lohenoja, Finnish television producer and director
- Ari Manathunge (born 1963), Sri Lankan venereologist
- Ari Mannio (born 1987), Finnish javelin thrower
- Ari Marcopoulos (born 1957), Dutch-American photographer and filmmaker
- Ari Marmell (born 1974) American novelist and game writer
- Ari Melber (born 1980), American journalist
- Ari Meyers (born 1969), American actress
- Ari Ne'eman (born 1987), American autism rights activist
- Ari Nyman (born 1984), Finnish footballer
- Aristotle Onassis (1906–1975), Greek shipping magnate and husband of Jacqueline Kennedy
- Ari Pakarinen (born 1969), Finnish javelin thrower
- Ari Palolahti (born 1968), Finnish cross-country skier
- Ari Peltonen (born 1967), Finnish radio reporter, author, and musician
- Ari Pomerantz (born 1972), American producer and entrepreneur
- Ari Porth (born 1970), American attorney, jurist, and politician
- Ari Poutiainen (born 1972), Finnish jazz musician and composer
- Ari Puheloinen (born 1951), Finnish general
- Ari Pulkkinen (born 1982), Finnish video game composer, musician, and sound designer
- Ari Rath (born 1925), Austrian-Israeli journalist and writer
- Ari Romero (born 1951), Mexican professional wrestler
- Ari Roth (born 1961), American theatrical producer, playwright, director, and educator
- Ari Salin (born 1947), Finnish hurdler and sprinter
- Ari Sandel, American filmmaker
- Ari Santos (born 1982), Brazilian futsal player
- Ari Schwartz, American Internet Policy Advisor
- Ari Shapiro (born 1978), American radio journalist
- Ari Daniel Shapiro, American science journalist
- Ari Singh II, (1724–1773), Maharana of Mewar Kingdom
- Ari Sitas (born 1952), South African sociologist, writer, dramatist and civic activist
- Ari Stead (born 1998), Singer, Songwriter, Music Producer
- Ari Michael Steinbeck, American screenwriter
- Ari Suhonen (born 1965), Finnish middle distance runner
- Ari Sulander (born 1969), Finnish ice hockey goaltender
- Ari Taub (director) (born 1965), American filmmaker
- Ari Taub (wrestler) (born 1971), Canadian Greco-Roman wrestler
- Ari Telch (born 1962), Mexican actor
- Ari Teman (born 1982), American comedian and entrepreneur
- Ari Þorgilsson (1067–1148), Icelandic medieval chronicler
- Ari Up (1962–2010), German-born singer
- Ari Väänänen (born 1947), Finnish long jumper
- Ari Valvee (born 1960), Finnish footballer
- Ari Vatanen (born 1952), Finnish politician and former rally driver
- Ari Wallach (born 1974), Mexican-American businessman
- Ari Wolfe (born 1971), American play-by-play announcer, reporter and anchor
- Ari Zamarrón-Gurín (born 2015), First born of February 2015 to a Hungarian Mother and an American-Mexican of non-hispanic descent.
- Ari Zoldan (born 1976), Technology and Business Analyst, Political Correspondent, and TV Personality 
- Ariclenes da Silva Ferreira (born 1985), Brazilian footballer
- Asparuch (called Ari) Leschnikoff (1897–1978), first tenor of the "Comedian Harmonists"
Fictional characters named Ari
- Ari, a clone in C. J. Cherryh's science fiction novel Cyteen and its sequel, Regenesis
- Ari, protagonist of the role-playing PS2 game Okage: Shadow King
- Ari Batchelder, in the Maximum Ride novel series
- Ari Ben Canaan, protagonist in the novel Exodus by Leon Uris and the 1960 film adaptation, played by Paul Newman
- Ari Gold (Entourage), on the comedy-drama television series Entourage
- Ari Haswari, fictional terrorist in the NCIS TV series, half-brother of Ziva David
- Ari Tasarov, from the TV series Nikita
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