Amauri is an alternative spelling of a common French baby name for boys with a deep and storied history. While Amauri isn't yet a popular name in the United States, it's on the rise. New parents love its flowing sound and its international flavor. It also has a strong meaning that is perfect for any new baby boy. Best of all, it pairs well with most middle names.
Meaning of the name Amauri:
French: Ruler, prince
Origin of the name Amauri:
Amauri is an alternative spelling of Amaury, which is a French version of the German name Amalric. Amalric is derived from the Germanic tribal name Amal, which referred to the Gothic Amali people. The name translates to mean “ruler” or “prince.”
Symbolism of the name Amauri:
Many new parents think their new baby boy is a young prince, so they may find some symbolism there. They may also choose the name as a symbol that their son will grow up to become a leader.
Style of the name Amauri:
Gender of the name Amauri:
Amauri is a boy's name.
Pronunciation of the name Amauri:
Number of syllables in the name Amauri:
Emotion evoked from the name Amauri:
The baby name Amauri evokes images of someone who is romantic and a dreamer.
Alternative spellings for the name Amauri:
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Popularity of the name Amauri:
According to the Social Security Administration, Amauri has never been a top 1,000 baby name in the United States.
Related names for the name Amauri:
Great middle names for Amauri and their meanings:
- Jackson (son of Jack)
- George (farmer)
- Kyle (narrow)
- Thomas (twin)
- Milo (soldier, merciful)
- Jude (praised)
- Owen (young warrior)
- Levi (united)
- Jack (God is gracious)
Famous people with the name Amauri:
- Amauri Carvalho de Oliveira (soccer player)
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