Inar is derived from old Scandanavian. It makes for a good name for both boys and girls. The meaning of Inar is 'one warrior' or 'battle leader'. The origin of the name comes from mythology. Inara is a Goddess who is said to have fought for and protected wild animals and nature. It has another meaning in the Basque language, where it says 'spark' or 'ray of light'. The countries where the name Inar is mainly used are Portugal, Liechtenstein, Great Britain, Netherlands, the United States, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand. Some other countries where the name is popular are Spain, Nepal, Finland, Germany, India, and China. Although the name has a feminine history, Inar can be used to name baby boys as well. The other versions of the name Inar are Einar, Ejnar, Einer, Inari, Eynar, Inara, Inaara, Inri, Ina, Inor, Ivar, Aynar, Inarah, and Inori. The first-ever recorded name Inar in the Social Security Administration database of the United States was in 1881. According to numerology, the name Inar is associated with the number five. People consider those named Inar to be independent, intellectual, creative, compassionate, ambitious, and unique. Inar can also be considered a popular surname. One of the most famous people with a similar surname is the Mexican filmmaker and screenwriter Alejandro González Iñárritu.