Aami meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: Latin
Meaning: Dearly Loved, Industrious, My Nation, My People, The Beloved and Who is Loved
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Aami is form of commonly accepted, conifer and sacred Amy. Amy is variant form of AimeeAmanda. Also Amy is a variation of frequently used and venerable Amalia. Amy is diminutive of Amata. Amy is form of Aimée in English language. Amy's origin is Latin, meaning of Amy is "My Nation, Loved One and Dearly Loved".

Variants of Aami

Amy, Amatus, Amalia, Aimée, Amata, Amei, Amymarie, Amadeus, Aimil, Emily

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Popularity of Aami

Aami is a common baby name in Pakistan while it is somewhat familiar in India. At least, 5000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our findings.


Numerological aspects of Aami

Giving a second chance is like giving them another chance to shoot at you because you dodged the first bullet. People are afraid of you sometimes because of your hard-core beliefs and independence. having the letter A as your cornerstone reveals your strong attitude and leadership. Stay away from negative people who take away your positive energy and remind you of how ugly this world actually is.

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