Aatto name meaning
What does Aatto mean?
Aatto's meaning is Eve In Finnish In Reference to the Evening Before an Important Date is a boy name, principally used in Swedish, Danish and Finnish is of Germanic and Finnish origin. Aatto is variant form of illustrous and vintage Adolf. Adolf is German equivalent of Athalwolf. Also Adolf is German cognate of Attaulf. Adolf has its origin in Germanic and Old High German languages, Adolf means "Honorable, Noble and Noble and Wolf". Aatto is equivalent of Ate in Finnish language.
Variants of Aatto
How popular is the name Aatto?
Aatto is a familiar baby name in Finland. According to our estimate, over 400 babies have been named Aatto globally, concentrated mainly Nordic regions.
Aatto in Nordic countries
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What numerology tells about Aatto?
Your family isn't very happy with how you handle things and treat people when it comes to romantic relationships. Others see you as perfect, so start acting so. Unexpected problems boost your confidence and raise your adrenaline because you look at them as ways to prove you can handle just about everything coming on your way. You are innovative and like to plan but enjoy when spontaneity kicks in.
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Famous people named Aatto
- Aatto Suppanen, Finnish writer, journalist and translator
- Aatto Pietikäinen, Finnish ski jumper who competed in the 1940s