Jarno is a Finnish male first name. It’s derived from the name Jarmo, which is a variation of the name Jorma. Jorma, in turn, has its origins in the Greek-derived name Jeremias, meaning ‘Jahve elevates’.

The name was introduced in the early 20th century, and Jarno was added to the Finnish almanac in 1973. The first individual with the official first name of Jarno was the writer Jarno Pennanen. Jarno was a popular name during the 1970s and 1980s.

By the end of 2019, according to data from the Digital and Population Data Services Agency, approximately 8,386 men in Finland were named Jarno.

The former Italian F1 driver, Jarno Trulli, was named after his father’s admiration for the Finnish motorcyclist Jarno Saarinen.