Arnold

Arnold meaning and origin

Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Old High German and Germanic
Usage: English, German, Dutch, Faroese, Icelandic, Greenlandic, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: \"pronunciation
Meaning: Rule, Eagle Ruler and Prevail
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Arnold's meaning is Rule, Powerful as an Eagle or Prevail is used as a gender insensitive name and is specifically used in Danish, Faroese, Swedish, Greenlandic, Icelandic, Norwegian, German, Finnish, English and Dutch came from Germanic and Old High German. Arnold is form of Arnoald in German language.

Variants of Arnold

Arnald, Arnaldr, Arnoald

Names that rhyme with Arnold

Popularity of Arnold

a popular name in United States with over 103622 new-borns have been given the name since 1880. When at its peak in 1916, 2012 boys were bestowed the name and it was ranked at 89th position. In addition to that, the given name has been in the top 100 baby names 21 times Arnold is a familiar baby name in France, it has been in use since 1900 and was able to reach the top 300 names. In 1946, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 251 on boy names chart when 78 babies were given the name Arnold. There are over 2526 babies that have been given the name Arnold in France.

Arnold is a unique baby name in England and Wales, it has been in use since 1996 and was able to reach the top 800 names. Recently in 2017, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 701 on boy names chart when 50 babies were named Arnold. Over 431 people have been named Arnold in England and Wales. Arnold is an uncommon baby name in still in use in Ireland. Also, it appeared first time in 1995 on baby boy names list of Belgium.

However things change on global perspective, Arnold is extremely popular in Philippines where every 1 in 600 have the name. Also the baby name is popular in Germany, Kenya, Netherlands, DR Congo, Canada, South Africa, Romania, Tanzania, Sierra Leone, Indonesia, Malawi, England, Haiti, Ghana and Zambia. At least, 560000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our evaluation.

YearBoysGirls
RankBirthsRankBirths
20181591103
20171436119
2016161798
2015165295
2014182481
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Arnold in Nordic countries

CountriesMenWomen
First NameSecondary NameFirst NameSecondary Name
Netherlands684664565145
Finland144734350
Sweden65241335145
Norway4388035145
Denmark276050

What numbers say about Arnold?

You hate being closely observed and have all eyes on you because of your low self-esteem. You are the most self-motivated person you know. You prefer originality and hard work instead of taking the easier road to success. Unfortunately, you are not a keeper because you don't know how to love a person. You will experience your spiritual calling soon. And it will be associated with romantic feelings.

Other names similar to Arnold, for would be parents

  •  Alassandra - Alassandra's meaning is Warrior and Protect and Man has origin in German and Old Greek is used for girls. Alassandra is feminine of Alexander.
  •  Josia means Yahweh Supports is a gender insensitive name has its roots in Hebrew is used in African, Dutch and German
  •  Saskia - Well-Liked Saskias origin is Russian, Old High German and Saxon, meaning of Saskia is "Acer, The Saxon or Acute" used as a girl name is used in English, Norwegian and Danish
  •  Antonius - Outlandish Antonius has its origin in Latin and Etruscan, Antonius means "Priceless One" given to baby boys is used substantially in Dutch and Latin
  •  Aletta means Of a Noble Kind or Of Noble Figure is particulary used in Finnish and Icelandic. It is rooted from Germanic, Latin and Old High German is aimed at girls
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Namesakes of Arnold

    Arnold Schoenberg, Austrian-American composer, music theorist
  • Arnold Bax, English composer, poet, and author
  • Arnold Koller, Swiss politician and member of the Swiss Federal Council
  • Arnold Henry Bergier, artist who created bronze sculptures
  • Arnold Machin, British artist, sculptor
  • Arnold Hermann Ludwig Heeren, German historian
  • Arnold Janssen, German-Dutch Catholic priest and missionary
  • Arnold Brown, Scottish Jewish comedian
  • Arnold Dreyblatt, American composer and visual artist
  • Arnold Chikobava, Georgian linguist and philologist best
  • Arnold Gehlen, influential conservative German philosopher
  • Arnold Ruge, German philosopher and political writer
  • Arnold Mindell, American author, therapist and teacher
  • Arnold Escher von der Linth, Swiss geologist
  • Arnold Drakenborch, Dutch classical scholar
  • Arnold Frolows, Australian radio personality best known as music director at the Australian radio station Triple J
  • Arnold of Soissons, saint of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Arnold Geulincx, Flemish philosopher
  • Arnold Henry Savage Landor, English painter, explorer, writer
  • Arnold of Brescia, Italian canon regular from Lombardy
  • Arnold Brown, (April 27, 1927
  • Arnold Josiah Ford, Barbadian American black rabbi
  • Arnold Schönhage, German mathematician and computer scientist
  • Arnold de Lantins, Netherlandish composer of the late medieval and early Renaissance eras
  • Arnold von Lasaulx, German mineralogist and petrographer
  • Arnold of Bergen, was bishop of Bergen, Norway, and a non-ordained
  • Arnold Othmar Wieland, German-speaking Italian
  • Arnold van Gennep, Dutch-German-French ethnographer and folklorist
  • Arnold Picker, United States film industry executive
  • Arnold Lunn, skier, mountaineer and writer
  • Arnold Edward Ortmann, Prussian-born United States naturalist and zoologist
  • Arnold Federbush, author of two 1970s science fiction novels:
  • Arnold Armitage, British-born artist and illustrator
  • Arnold Cooper, Tobin-Cooper Professor Emeritus
  • Arnold Marcus, officer
  • Arnold Cooke, British composer
  • Arnold Fitz Thedmar, London chronicler and merchant; he was
  • Arnold Förster, German entomologist
  • Arnold Johnson, American industrialist, businessman and sportsman,
  • Arnold Rosé, Romanian-born Austrian Jewish violinist
  • Arnold Toynbee, British economic historian also noted for his social commitment and desire to improve the living conditions of the working classes
  • Arnold Sommerfeld, German theoretical physicist
  • Arnold Orville Beckman, American chemist, inventor, investor
  • Arnold Kegel, (born February 1894; death date variously reported as
  • Arnold Wolfendale, British astronomer
  • Arnold Henry Guyot, Swiss-American geologist and geographer
  • Arnold Gesell, scientist
  • Arnold Ehret, German health educator and author of several books on diet, detoxification, fruitarianism, fasting, food combining, health
  • Arnold Ross, mathematician and educator
  • Arnold Harberger, American economist
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger, Austrian-American actor, filmmaker, businessman, investor, author, philanthropist
  • Arnold Bennett, English writer
  • Arnold J. Toynbee, British historian, philosopher of history
  • Arnold Palmer,
  • Arnold van Keppel, 1st Earl of Albemarle, son of Oswald van Keppel and his wife Anna Geertruid van Lintelo
  • Arnold Zweig, German writer and anti-war and anti-fascist activist
  • Arnold Gerschwiler, Swiss figure skating coach
  • Arnold Smith, Canadian diplomat
  • Arnold Rüütel, third President of Estonia
  • Arnold Wesker, widely known English dramatist

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