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Gender: M Meaning of Armando: "soldier" Origin of Armando: Spanish, Italian and Portuguese form of Herman, German Armando's Popularity in 2016: #452

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

Famous People Named Armando

Armando Allen, American NFL football player
Armando "Pitbull" Perez, American rapper
Armando Iannucci, Scottish entertainment producer
Armando Manzanero, Mexican composer
Armando Benítez, Dominican baseball pitcher
Armando Trovajoli, Italian film composer
Armando Guebuza, president of Mozambique
Armando Galarraga, Venezuelan baseball pitcher
Armando Bó, Argentinian actor
Armando Peraza, Latin jazz percussionist

Pop Culture References for the name Armando

Armando Dippet, character in the Harry Potter series
Armando, character in the Planet of the Apes series
Armando Muñoz, Marvel character Darwin
Armando, character on TV's "Elena of Avalor"

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