Armand



a male given name, French form of .
Contemporary Examples

Next, have you ever heard of Snoop, Willie or Armand Hammer?
Texas Sheriff’s Department to Fiona Apple: “Shut Up and Sing” Megan McArdle September 24, 2012

Historical Examples

Were he alone with Armand, he would hurl himself at him and try to kill him, barehanded.
Shaman Robert Shea

I wanted to attract Armand, and I was only frightening him off.
Woman on Her Own, False Gods & The Red Robe Eugne Brieux

Not only am I not Armand Dalberg’s wife, but you have always known it.
The Colonel of the Red Huzzars John Reed Scott

“Armand recollects them better than I,” replied Louis Blanc.
Edmond Dants Edmund Flagg

Just now, while Susan and you were in the garden, Armand Gillier asked me if we would give up his libretto.
The Way of Ambition Robert Hichens

Armand Carrel endeavored to pacificate, but the effort failed.
Edmond Dants Edmund Flagg

“Armand the First will show it, never fear,” she said, with the pride a woman always has for him she loves.
The Princess Dehra John Reed Scott

Armand Carrel fell without hope; and are we wiser than they?
Edmond Dants Edmund Flagg

Besides the negotiations between Revertera and Armand, other tentative efforts were made.
In the World War Count Ottokar Czernin

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