OTHER SCRIPTS: Фёдор (Russian)
PRONOUNCED: FYO-dahr [key]
Meaning & History
Russian form of THEODORE
. It was borne by three tsars of Russia. Another notable bearer was Fyodor Dostoyevsky (1821-1881), the Russian author of such works as 'Crime and Punishment' and 'The Brothers Karamazov'.
OTHER LANGUAGES: Tewodros (Amharic), Theodoros, Theodorus (Ancient Greek), Teodor, Todor (Bulgarian), Teodor, Teo (Croatian), Teodor, Theodor (Czech), Teodor, Theodor (Danish), Theodoor, Theodorus, Theo (Dutch), Theodore, Ted, Teddy, Theo (English), Teuvo (Finnish), Théodore, Théo (French), Tedore (Georgian), Theodor (German), Theodoros (Greek), Teodor, Tivadar, Tódor (Hungarian), Teodoro, Teo (Italian), Teodors (Latvian), Thei (Limburgish), Teodor, Todor, Toše, Toshe (Macedonian), Teodor, Theodor (Norwegian), Teodor (Polish), Teodoro, Téo (Portuguese), Teodor, Tudor, Theodor (Romanian), Teodor, Todor (Serbian), Teodor (Slovak), Teodor (Slovene), Teodoro, Teo (Spanish), Teodor, Theodor (Swedish), Fedir (Ukrainian) |