Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Artur"

People with the first name "Artur"

Artur Araujo Artur Arruk Artur Aslanyan Artur Babula Artur Barczewski Artur Becker-Neetz Artur Bielawski Artur Buzdugan Artur Chaber Artur Cimirro Artur Farinha Artur Ferenc Artur Frank Artur Fuchs Artur Galas Artur Galecki Artur Galstyan Artur Gawrysiak Artur Gega Artur Godlewski Artur Gosk Artur Gołębiewski Artur Grzyb Artur Gurov Artur Harutyunyan Artur Heinz Artur Hermann Artur Hoffmann Artur Hofmann Artur Ignaczak Artur Jabłoński Artur Jahns Artur Jakubczak Artur Janas Artur Jarayan Artur Jorge Artur Jotic Artur Kapriyelov Artur Kapuśniak Artur Karas Artur Kaźmierski Artur Kessler Artur Kiendysz Artur Kl Artur Klimowicz Artur Kordowski Artur Kowalewski Artur Kozma Artur Kubiak Artur Kucharski Artur Kuchta Artur Kuligowski Artur Lima Artur Lindemann Artur Makarov Artur Manukyan Artur Mibanyan Artur Mierzejewski Artur Milos Artur Muharremi Artur Murati Artur Musiał Artur Naglewicz Artur Olejnik Artur Olender Artur Opi Artur Opyd Artur Papyan Artur Pieper Artur Pinka Artur Piwek Artur Piwowar Artur Popławski Artur Pujszo Artur Radkiewicz Artur Radun Artur Rojewski Artur Rubinov Artur Sahakyan Artur Schreiner Artur Sikorski Artur Sitko Artur Skrzypczak Artur Soluch Artur Stachurski Artur Staszak Artur Stolarski Artur Szweda Artur Szymanski Artur Tokarski Artur Tosun Artur Walicki Artur Wiernicki Artur Wiesner Artur Wijata Artur Zach Artur Zeman Artur Zmysłowski Artur Zwierzchowski Artur Zyskowski

Information about "Artur"

For this Artur there are 6235 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Artur are: Karapetian, Andrzejewski, Ansilewski

In the ranking of the most common first names Artur is on position 1188.

During the last seven days Artur was searched for 2 times.

Meaning of "Artur"

Male first name (German, English): Artur, the bear, Celtic (Arthurian legend) = arth, the bear laid artus = (Latin), spread by the legend of King Arthur and his Round Table (6th century (?) ), the origin of the name is resolved not sure, perhaps of Celtic 'arth' (bear), a word which was Latinized as 'artos', perhaps from the Latin 'Arthur' (fixed)

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