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Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. WAL-tehr
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Meaning & History

Spanish and Portuguese variant form of WALTER, more common in South America than Europe. It is often written without the diacritic.
VariantsGutierre, Gualterio(Spanish) Guálter(Portuguese) Válter(Portuguese (Brazilian))
Other Languages & CulturesWaldhar, Walter, Walther(Ancient Germanic) Valter(Croatian) Walter(Danish) Wouter, Wolter, Wout(Dutch) Walter, Wally, Walt, Wat(English) Valter(Estonian) Valtteri(Finnish) Gauthier, Gautier, Gaultier(French) Wate, Watse(Frisian) Walther, Walter(German) Gualtiero, Valter, Walter(Italian) Walter(Norwegian) Walter(Polish) Bhaltair, Bhàtair(Scottish) Valter(Slovene) Valter, Walter(Swedish) Gwallter(Welsh)
Poland: May 2 (as Walter)
Poland: June 5 (as Walter)
Poland: November 29 (as Walter)
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