Ares name meaning

Updated: March 16th, 2024
Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Old Greek and Latin
Usage: Greek, Faroese, Icelandic, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: air-eez
Meaning: Are
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What does Ares mean?

Largely used in Finnish, Norwegian, Danish, Icelandic, Greek, Faroese and Swedish illustrous, Ares means "Are" and is aimed at both genders is of Latin and Old Greek origin. Ares is variation of widely accepted Aris.

Aris is variant of Greek Names Beginning with Aris- = Best). Also Aris is form of timeless and trendy Iris. Aris is also variant of prominent Andries. Aris is diminutive of Aristides.

Also Aris is shortened form of Aristo. Aris is also short of Aristotle. Aris is Dutch form of Ares. Meaning of Aris is Are came from Old Greek. Ares is variation of dominant Aries.

Aries means Ram is majorly used in English has origin in Latin. Ares is Dutch cognate of Arianus.

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How do I pronounce Ares?

The most common way to pronounce two syllabled Ares is air-eez.

Variants of Ares

Aries, Aris, Aeries, Iris, Andries, Aaris, Arianus, Adrianus

Names that rhyme with Ares

How popular is the name Ares?

Ares is common in United States where over 3130 new-borns have been given the name since 1983. At present at its peak, 486 boys were bestowed the name and it was ranked at 563rd position.

Ares is an uncommon baby name in still in use in England and Wales. Also, it appeared first time in 1999 on baby boy names list of France. Also, it is uncommon in Switzerland, where it has been in use since 1998 and peaked in 2018 when it ranked 533rd.

Also, it appeared first time in 2008 on baby boy names list of Belgium.

Ares is a common name in Spain, Indonesia and India while somewhat familiar name in Philippines, Somalia, Mexico, China, Iraq, Iran and Russia.

At least, 6000 people globally have carried Ares as their given name according to our findings.

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Ares in Nordic countries

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Numerological aspects of Ares

You aren't born to follow. You are born to lead. You are interested in learning new and exciting things. You are a born artist even if you won't admit it. Unexpected problems boost your confidence and raise your adrenaline because you look at them as ways to prove you can handle just about everything coming on your way. Handling the problems and life situations of others keeps you distracted from your own.

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Middle names for Ares

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Sibling Names for Ares

If you are considering the name Ares for your new baby boy, you may want to choose a sibling name that complements it well. Here are some ideas for sibling names that match the style and feel of Ares, each with its own distinct personality and charm.

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Famous people named Ares

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