[ 3 syll. ar-ma-ni, arm-ani ] The baby boy name Armani is also used, but less frequently, as a girl name. Its pronunciation is aaRMaa-Niy- †. Armani is used chiefly in the English language, and it is derived from Italian and Hebrew origins. The first name is taken from the name of the Italian fashion company Giorgio Armani. It was recently adopted by English speakers in the USA, and is one of the more popular luxury brand names adopted as a first name. As a surname, Armani is derived from the name Herman.
Armani is a variant of the name Armand (Dutch, English, French, and German).
Armani is also a variant of the name Armon (English, Hebrew, and Spanish) in the English language.
Armani is fairly popular as a baby name for boys. The name's popularity has been increasing since the 1990s; before that, it was of very modest use only. At the recent height of its usage in 2012, 0.032% of baby boys were given the name Armani. It ranked at #432 then. In 2015, its usage was 0.027% and its ranking #514, and it was the most popular within all boy names in its group. There were times from 1999 to 2003 that the name Armani was given more often to girls, but it is more popular as a baby boy name today. In 2014, the name Armani was given to 27% more baby boys than girls.
Baby names that sound like Armani include Armanie, Achiram, Aharon, Ahriman, Aramis, Arana, Arian, Ariane, Arianne, Arien, Arion, Arjen, Armaney, Armanii, Armano, Armino, Armonee, Armoney, Armoni, and Armonno.
† Pronunciation for Armani: AA as in "odd (AA.D)" ; R as in "race (R.EY.S)" ; M as in "me (M.IY)" ; N as in "knee (N.IY)" ; IY as in "eat (IY.T)"