Armin

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Armin
Other names
See also Armina or Armine (fem.), Armenia (Arminia), the Land of Armens or Armins

Armin is a given name or surname, and is:

  • an ancient Zoroastrian given name, meaning Guardian of Aryan Land.
  • an ancient Persian given name
    • Son of Kavadh, the legendary character in Shahnameh (the book of The Kings), the character belong to mythical Kianian dynasty, a dynasty Zoroastrians believe existed in ancient times.
    • The title and modern form of Ariobarzan, Persian general who fought against Alexander the Great
  • a Germanic given name
    • modern form of Arminius (18/17 BC–21 AD) (Arminius being a Latinization), who defeated a Roman army in the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest
  • an Ancient Greek given name, modern form of Ariobarzanes, meaning "exalting the Aryans"


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