PEADAR
GENDER: Masculine
USAGE: Irish, Scottish
PRONOUNCED: PAD-ar   [key]
Meaning & History
Irish and Scottish form of PETER
Related Names
VARIANT: Piaras (Irish)
OTHER LANGUAGES: Botros, Boutros, Butrus (Arabic), Bedros, Petros (Armenian), Peru, Petri, Peio (Basque), Peter (Biblical), Petros (Biblical Greek), Petrus (Biblical Latin), Per, Perig (Breton), Petar, Penko, Petko (Bulgarian), Pere (Catalan), Botros, Boutros, Butrus (Coptic), Petru (Corsican), Petar, Pejo, Perica, Pero (Croatian), Petr (Czech), Peder, Peter, Peer, Per (Danish), Peter, Petrus, Pier, Pieter, Piet (Dutch), Peter, Peers, Pete (English), Piers (English (British)), Petro (Esperanto), Peeter (Estonian), Petri, Petteri, Pietari, Pekka (Finnish), Pierre (French), Pitter (Frisian), Petre (Georgian), Peter, Petrus (German), Petros (Greek), Pika (Hawaiian), Péter, Peti (Hungarian), Pétur (Icelandic), Pietro, Piero (Italian), Pitter, Pit (Limburgish), Petras (Lithuanian), Petar, Petre, Pece, Petko (Macedonian), Petera (Maori), Piers (Medieval French), Petruccio (Medieval Italian), Peder, Peter, Petter, Peer, Per (Norwegian), Pèire (Occitan), Piotr (Polish), Pedro, Pedrinho (Portuguese), Petre, Petru, Petrica (Romanian), Pyotr, Petia, Petya (Russian), Petar, Pejo, Perica, Pero (Serbian), Peter (Slovak), Peter (Slovene), Pedro (Spanish), Peder, Peter, Petter, Pierre, Peer, Pehr, Pelle, Per (Swedish), Petro (Ukrainian), Pedr (Welsh)
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