Arad name meaning

Updated: May 30th, 2024
Gender: Boy
Origin: Hebrew
Usage: Arabic and Hebrew
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Arad
Meaning: Name of an Angel and Wild Ox
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What does Arad mean?

New-fangled and Infrequent Arad is used in Hebrew and Arabic is a baby boy name, Arad means "Name of an Angel or Wild Ox" came from Hebrew.

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How popular is the name Arad?

Arad is an uncommon baby name in United States where it has been in use since 2003 and peaked in 2016 when it ranked 6305th. There are over 118 babies that have been given the name Arad in United States.

Also, it appeared first time in 2008 on baby boy names list of England and Wales. Also, Arad is a familiar name in Israel, Iran, India and Iraq. As per our estimate, over 1000 babies have been bestowed Arad around the globe.

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Numerological analysis of Arad

You are reliable and always give the best advice. You have no enemies. Your independence and narcissism make you more attractive than you already are in people's eyes. You prefer to follow your intuition rather than follow rules and suggestions. To have letter A as your cornerstone means having a leadership attitude. You have the heart of a warrior. You can easily get turned off by a person's reckless behavior or bad habits.

Looking for a name like Arad? Please go through the following names

  •  Sabur - Rare and Modernistic Sabur is used mainly in Arabic and Sindhi bestowed upon boys, Sabur means "Preserving or Forbearing"
  •  Afdal means Excellent, Best or Better is a boy name chiefly used in Arabic and Sindhi came from Arabic
  •  Mahfooza - The unisex name Mahfooza means "Safeguarded or Well-protected" is principally used in Arabic and Arabic
  •  Fatinah - Notably used in Sindhi and Arabic, Fatinah is used as a baby girl name, meaning of Fatinah is "Intelligent or Captivating"
  •  Ronaq - Unisex name Ronaq means "Lustre, Light or Luster" is particulary used in Arabic and Arabic

Famous people named Arad

  • Arad McCutchan, collegiate basketball coach


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