Amari Family History
Amari Surname History
Amari family history has rich origins whose details have been accumulated over the years by Amari family researchers. The last name Amari is an old lineage that has migrated all across the world over the centuries, and as the Amari family has spread, it has evolved making its etymology tricky to unearth. This Amari history and genealogy page contains the contributed history of the Amari surname made up of user-contributed content from users like you.
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The evolution of Amari begins at it's earliest origins. Even in the early generations of a name there have been different spellings of that name simply because family names were infrequently written down that long ago.
As these families emigrated between countries, the Amari name may have changed with them. Amari family members have emigrated across various regions all throughout history. It was commonplace for a surname to change as it enters a new country or language.
Amari country of origin
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The nationality of Amari may be very difficult to determine because regional boundaries change over time, making the original nationality a mystery. The original ethnicity of Amari may be in dispute as result of whether the surname came about naturally and independently in various locales; for example, in the case of names that come from a professional trade, which can crop up in multiple regions independently (such as the family name "Fisher" which was given to fishermen).
Meaning of the last name Amari
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The meaning of Amari come may come from a profession, such as the name "Brewster" which refers to a female brewer. Many of these craft-based family names might be a profession in some other language. This is why it is good to know the country of origin of a name, and the languages spoken by its early ancestors. Many modern names like Amari originate from religious texts such as the Quran, the Bible, the Bhagavadgītā, etc. Often these names are shortened versions of a religious phrase such as "Worthy of praise".
- Frances Amari 1917 - 1997
- Girolamo Amari 1884 - 1964
- Michael J Amari 1930 - 2002
- Vito Amari 1897 - 1984
- Edna M Amari 1919 - 2010
- Angela Amari 1907 - 1992
- Rose Amari 1894 - 1967
- Joseph Amari 1897 - 1973
- Maria Amari 1909 - 2009
- Robert M Amari 1933 - 2007
- Anna Amari 1896 - 1998
- Hazel Amari 1908 - 1985
- Francesca Amari 1905 - 1991
- Frank Amari 1887 - 1974
- Anna Amari 1930 - 2007
- Peter J Amari 1908 - 1990
- Rosario Amari 1929 - 1971
- Giuseppe Amari 1902 - 1972
- Maria Amari 1899 - 1964
- Angelina Amari 1904 - 1990
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Famous people named Amari
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Nationality and Ethnicity of Amari
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We do not have a record of the primary ethnicity of the name Amari. Many surnames travel around the world throughout the ages, making their original nationality and ethnicity difficult to trace.
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Amari spelling variations
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Researching misspellings and alternate spellings of the Amari family name are important to understanding the possible origins of the name. Last names like Amari change in their pronunciation and spelling as they travel across communities, family branches, and countries over the years. In early history when few people could write, names such as Amari were transcribed based on how they were heard by a scribe when people's names were written in official records. This could have led to misspellings of Amari.