Spanish, Italian and Portuguese form of Herman, German

Armando Origin and Meaning

The name Armando is a boy's name of Spanish, Italian, Portuguese origin meaning "soldier".

Armando takes the flat-footed Herman and makes it romantic. This is another of the Latin names we expect to be seeing more of.

# 567 in the US

Armando Rank in US Top 1000

# 2033 on Nameberry

Armando Rank in Nameberry Top 1000

Armando Popularity

Famous People Named Armando

  • Armando AllenAmerican NFL football player
  • Armando "Pitbull" PerezAmerican rapper
  • Armando IannucciScottish entertainment producer
  • Armando ManzaneroMexican composer
  • Armando BenítezDominican baseball pitcher
  • Armando TrovajoliItalian film composer
  • Armando Guebuzapresident of Mozambique
  • Armando GalarragaVenezuelan baseball pitcher
  • Armando BóArgentinian actor
  • Armando PerazaLatin jazz percussionist

Armando in Pop Culture

  • Armando Dippetcharacter in the "Harry Potter" series
  • Armandocharacter in the Planet of the Apes series
  • Armando MuñozMarvel character Darwin
  • Armandocharacter on TV's "Elena of Avalor"
  • Armando Salazarpirate hunter in "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales"