Artemios

Artemios meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Old Greek
Meaning: Whole, Healthy, Safe and A Butcher
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The Artemios is rooted from Old Greek. Artemios is variant form of cherished Artemis. Artemis is a variation of famous Artem. Origin of Artemis is in Old Greek, meaning of Artemis is "Whole, Healthy, Safe and A Butcher".

Variants of Artemios

Artemis, Artem, Artemesia, Artemi

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Popularity of Artemios

Artemios is a common baby name in Greece. According to our research, at least 1000 people have been bestowed Artemios around the globe, concentrated mainly in Europe.

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Numerological analysis of Artemios

You are scared of failure and getting hurt by the people you love. You inspire people but can't find a way to inspire yourself to make the first step and show the world what you can do. You are a blessed person even if you don't know it yet. You are an active person who always plans every detail but has plan B in your sleeve, in case something goes wrong. You need to listen to people occasionally to make them feel better and important.

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  •  Macaria - The queer girl name Macaria means "Blessed" and rooted from Old Greek language is used in Spanish
  •  Steffie - Meaning of Steffie is Crowning is originated from Greek and Old Greek and is used for girls is chiefly used in Danish and Swedish
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