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Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. ar-TOO-ro
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Meaning & History

Italian and Spanish form of ARTHUR.

Related Names

Other Languages & CulturesArtur(Armenian) Arthur(Arthurian Romance) Artur(Belarusian) Artur(Catalan) Arthur(Danish) Arthur, Tuur(Dutch) Arthur, Art, Artie(English) Artur(Estonian) Artturi, Arto, Arttu(Finnish) Arthur(French) Artur(Galician) Arthur, Artur(German) Artúr(Hungarian) Artūrs(Latvian) Tuur(Limburgish) Artūras(Lithuanian) Arthur(Norwegian) Artur(Polish) Artur(Portuguese) Artur(Russian) Artair(Scottish) Arthur, Artur(Swedish) Artur(Ukrainian) Arthur(Welsh Mythology)

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