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Pyotr Ilych Tchaikovsky was a Russian composer. (Swan Lake, Romeo and Juliet, The Nutcracker)
Zyll_Anastasia  12/2/2004
It can also be pronounced as "PIE-ter" or "PIE-tor."
― Anonymous User  8/27/2005
My friend's name is spelled "Pytr". It seems to be an unusal way of spelling it (no vowels)
― Anonymous User  9/28/2007
Pronounced pie-YAWT-er.
― Anonymous User  9/29/2007
It's a great name - so Russian sounding and I love the connection with Tchaikovsky. A more diminutive nickname besides Petya is Petrushka.
lcgirl20  5/10/2009
This name is interesting... very confusing though.
Chrila96  11/17/2010
Nice spelling, hard to pronounce though.
― Anonymous User  12/26/2010
Pyotr (1705-1707) was the son of Tsar Peter I of Russia (Peter the Great) and his second wife Ekaterina. He died young. His younger brothers (1715-1719) & (1723-1723) were also named Pyotr.
CarolinW  7/16/2012
Prince Pyotr Kropotkin was a Russian scientist and anarchist.
mymymetrocard  10/28/2015

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