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Aramis

Aramis is a name of one of the main characters in The Three Musketeers (1844) by French author Alexandre Dumas. The name seems to have been based on a historical musketeer, Henri d’Aramitz- Aramitz seems to be based on Basque haran “valley” combined with the locative suffix -itz.

While Aramis is a male given name, it could be used as a female name as well.

Origin: Basque

Meaning: “valley”

Usage: French, English

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