Also Provençal: --- Source: Institut d'Estudis Occitans
Also Croatian:
This name also exists in Armenia. [noted -ed]
Also Belarusian, spelled Артур. You'll find numerous bearers on social media. [noted -ed]
Artur Pashkov, an intelligent and friendly exchange student from Belarus in Lincoln Peirce's 'Big Nate' series of comics and books. He acts as an accidental antagonist to the main character Nate Wright, because he is able to beat Nate at nearly everything.
Artur de Oliveira Santos, was a Portuguese journalist and local politician, mayor of Ourém, in which the locality of Fátima was located, during the time of the apparitions of Our Lady of Fátima to three young shepherd children in 1917.
Artur Soares Dias is a Portuguese football referee.

After having accompanied his countryman Olegário Benquerença in several UEFA Champions League as additional assistant referee, he refereed matches at 2012–13 UEFA Europa League. Furthermore, he was appointed by the European football governing body to take charge of the Under-21 Championship Play-Off between Italy and Sweden.

He was in U20 World Cup in New Zealand in 2015 and refereed the quarter final USA vs Serbia. He was also in Serbia in U17 Euro and refereeing the semi final in 2011.
Artur Jesus Vieira, simply known as Artur, is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Fluminense as a central defender.
Artur Moraes, best known as Artur, is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays for Chapecoense as a goalkeeper.
Artur Jorge Amorim, known as Artur Jorge, is a Portuguese retired footballer who played as a central defender.
In Latvian the name is actually Artūrs, accent on first syllable. All Latvian male names end in -s in the nominative case. When addressing him, vocative is used, and final 's' is dropped. [noted -ed]
Latvian-born pro hockey goalie Artūrs Irbe, known to his fans as "King Artūrs." He played in the NHL for the San Jose Sharks and the Carolina Hurricanes.
I like the name with this spelling. Though Arthur is cool too.
Also used in Norway. [noted -ed]
Also, in Norway it is pronounced ar-turr.
Artur Rubinstein (changed to Arthur later) was a Polish-American pianist who is often considered to be one of the best pianists of the twentieth century.
Artur is also used in Croatia.
Artur Hawkwing is a character in Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time series.
My grandfather's name. :) Portuguese pronunciation is the same as the Galician one.
Also used in Romania. [noted -ed]
Artur Boruc the Celtic goalie and the Polish international.
Pronounced in Polish /AR-too-R/

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