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Nairi or Nayiri (in Armenian Նայիրի) is an Armenian given name, it may also refer to:
- Nairi, Armenian Highlands. One of the historical names of Armenia
- The town of Hatsik, Armavir was called Nairi from 1963 till 1991
- Nairi Cinema, large cinema hall in Yerevan, Armenia
- Nairi Grigorian, Spanish pianist of Armenian origin
- Nairi Hunanyan, leader of an armed attack on the Armenian Parliament on October 27, 1999
- Nairi Zarian, Soviet Armenian poet and writer
- Nairi Publishing House, a publishing house in Yerevan, Armenia
- Nayiri (periodical) a Beirut-based Armenian-language literary periodical
- Alashkert Stadium in Yerevan, Armenia, known as Nairi Stadium until 2013
- Nairi SC, Yerevan-based Armenian football club
- Nairi (Armenian usages), an informal synonym for Armenia, which in turn gave rise to a number of modern usages
- Ngaire (disambiguation), including the names Ngaire and Nyree, pronounced similarly to Nairi
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