The handsome name Armando means "armed man" or “soldier,” which may inspire parents hoping to raise a strong and self-sufficient boy. Despite its tough connotations, there is something romantic and soft about it too, which is no surprise due to its Spanish and Mexican roots and Italian influence. Armando emerged in the Middle Ages and first landed on the US baby-name charts in the early 20th century. No doubt your precious baby boy will soldier through life with an open heart and a compassionate, protective soul.
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