A series of novel naproxen analogues containing 3-aryl-1,2,4-oxadiazoles moiety (4b-g) and their reaction intermediates aryl carboximidamides moiety (3b-g) was synthesized and evaluated in vitro as dual COXs/15-LOX inhibitors. Compounds 3b-g exhibited superior inhibitory activity than celecoxib as COX-2 inhibitors. Compounds 3b-d and 3g were the most potent COX-2 inhibitors with IC50 range of 6.4 – 8.13 nM and higher selectivity indexes (3b, SI = 26.19; 3c, SI = 13.73; 3d, SI = 29.27; 3g, SI = 18.00) comparing to celecoxib (IC50 = 42.60 nM, SI = 8.05). Regarding 15-LOX inhibitory activity, compounds belonging to aryl carboximidamide backbone 3b-e and 3g were the most potent with IC50 range of 1.77–4.91 nM comparing to meclofenamate sodium (IC50 = 5.64 µM). Data revealed that The levels of NO released by aryl carboximidamides 3b-g were more higher than 3-aryl-1,2,4-oxadiazole derivatives 4b-g, which correlated well with their COX-2 inhibitory activities.