Aristo or Ariston (from Greek: Ἀρίστων) may refer to:

  • As an Ancient Greek name:
    • Ariston of Sparta (6th century BC), Eurypontid King of Sparta
    • Ariston of Athens (died circa 424 BC), father of Plato
    • Aristo of Ceos (3rd century BC), Peripatetic philosopher
    • Aristo of Chios (3rd century BCE), Stoic philosopher and colleague of Zeno of Citium
    • Ariston of Paionia (3rd century BC), King of Paionia
    • Aristo of Alexandria (1st century), Peripatetic philosopher
    • Aristo of Pella (2nd century), Jewish Christian writer
    • Ariston (hero), the protagonist of the 1967 historical novel Goat Song
    • Ariston (actor), actor at the Susa weddings
  • Modern persons with the name Ariston:
    • Jose Ariston Caslib (21st century), current manager of the Philippine national football team
  • Other usages of "Aristo":
    • Aristo (ruler), a member of the ruling class in Eubian society in Saga of the Skolian Empire
    • Ariston, a brand of domestic electrical appliances manufactured by Indesit.
    • Ariston organette, metal disc with punched holes (late 1800s) — utilized on several music boxes
    • OZ Aristo, wheels that come on some versions of the Volkswagen Golf
    • Toyota Aristo, sold as the Lexus GS, outside the Japanese domestic market

Other articles related to "ariston":

Walang Kapalit - Plot
... Ariston and Agnes (played by award winning actors Edu Manzano and Dina Bonnevie) are childhood lovers who reunite ... Ariston and Agnes are on their second marriages Each lost their loves and has children ... Ariston has young Noel played by Sam Concepcion and young Melanie played by Julia Barretto ...
Ariston Cafe - Design
... The design of the Ariston Café does not reflect any particular architectural style ... On its exterior the Ariston's most distinguishing features are the curved parapet wall on the front façade and its fine and varied brick work ... Originally, the Ariston, like many Route 66 businesses, had two fuel pumps fronting it ...
Hotpoint - History - Indesit
... took over Hotpoint and merged it into its own historic brand Ariston, creating a single entity known as Hotpoint-Ariston, Hotpoint now existing as a branding on imported products ... From late 2011, Indesit rolled out the Hotpoint brand name across Europe - replacing the Ariston Hotpoint-Ariston names ...
... Colston-Ariston was founded by ex-Hoover director Sir Charles Colston, and made compact dishwashers, and concluded a deal to distribute Prestcold refrigerators ... but that company was taken over by Ariston in the late 1970s, which then became Colston-Ariston ...