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Aris or ARIS may refer to:
- Aris Alexandrou, a Greek writer
- Aris Christofellis, a Greek male soprano
- Aris Gavelas, a Greek sprinter
- Aris Konstantinidis, a Greek architect
- Aris Maliagros, a Greek actor
- Aris Nalcı, executive editor of Agos
- Aris Poulianos, a Greek anthropologist and archaeologist
- Aris Spiliotopoulos, a Greek politician
- Aris Tatarounis, a Greek basketball player
- Aris Velouchiotis, a Greek guerrilla fighter in the 1940s
- Aris Xevghenis, a Greek footballer
- Aris Setiyawan, an Indonesian Printer Technician
- Aris Kristatos, a character in the James Bond film For Your Eyes Only
- A settlement in the Windhoek Rural constituency of Namibia
- Arış, Azerbaijan
- Aris, Bern, a village in the municipality of Reichenbach im Kandertal in the Swiss canton of Bern
- Aris, Messenia, a municipality in Greece, next to a river by the same name
- A Greek sports club in Thessaloniki, Aris Thessaloniki:
- Aris Limassol, a Cypriot football club in Limassol
- A common nickname for several common Greek given names, such as Aristotle, Aristides, Aristomenes, etc.
- Ares, god in Greek mythology; also a Greek given name
- Architecture of Integrated Information Systems (ARIS), a method for analyzing processes
- ARIS Express, a freeware software tool from IDS Scheer AG based on the Architecture of Integrated Information Systems concept
- Arris, an architectural term for a sharp edge
- Anti-Racism Information Service (ARIS THERMIS) in Geneva, Switzerland
- The American Religious Identification Survey (ARIS)
- ARIS - International Course on Architectural Records, Inventories and Information Systems for Conservation. ICCROM-GCI courses held in Rome 2003-2009.
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