Arto name meaning

✍  Updated on: March 9th, 2023
Gender: Boy
Origin: Celtic, Germanic and Old Greek
Usage: Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Arto a-rto
Meaning: Noble Strength, Bear, Stone, Arthur was a Great King Lives In 6Th Century, Whole, Healthy, Safe and A Butcher
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What does Arto mean?

Rare boy name Arto is rooted from Celtic is prevalently used in Danish, Finnish, Swedish and Norwegian. Arto is variation of everlasting and loved Arthur. Origin of Rare Arthur is in Germanic and Celtic, meaning of Arthur is "Noble, The Bear and Noble Strength".

Also. Arto is variation of timeless and cherished Arturo. Arturo is equivalent of Arthur in Italian language. Also Arturo is Spanish, English and Italian form of Arthur. Arto is equivalent of Artemes in Finnish language.

How do I pronounce Arto?

Two syllabled Arto is pronounced as a-rto. It can also be pronounced as ar-to.

Variants of Arto

Arthur, Arturo, Artorius, Artus, Aart, Arthus, Arthuro, Artemes, Ardus

Names that rhyme with Arto

How popular is the name Arto?

Arto is an uncommon baby name in France where it has been in use since 2003 and peaked in 2003 when it ranked 2289th. It also recently appeared in Belgium baby boy names chart.

But Arto is a popular baby name in Finland where every 1 in 300 have the name. According to our evaluation, at least 20000 people have been bestowed Arto around the globe.



Arto in Nordic countries

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Numerological analysis of Arto

Stop looking at life as something you understand completely because no one does, and no one will ever do. Your main characteristics are determination, courage, and enterprise. You are a blending mix of creativity and brains. Nothing can stop you from living the life you imagined for yourself but watch out. When it comes to love, you can't stand a monogamous relationship. You have to stay as you are – determined and self-confident to realize your goals.

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Sibling Names for Arto

Looking for a perfect sibling name to complement your newborn named Arto? Look no further! Here is a list of 20 unique and meaningful names that go well with the name Arto, each one as lovely and delightful as the other. Choose the one that best suits your family, style, and personality!

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Famous people named Arto

  • Arto Järvelä, Finnish fiddler and composer
  • Arto Lahti, professor of entrepreneurship at the Helsinki School of Economics
  • Arto Salminen, Finnish writer known for his social commentary
  • Arto Melleri, Finnish poet and writer
  • Arto Bryggare, Finnish former hurdling athlete
  • Arto Tiainen, Finnish cross-country skier
  • Arto Koivisto, Finnish former cross-country skier
  • Arto Haapala, Finnish philosopher, aesthetician and Professor of Aesthetics at the Department of Philosophy
  • Arto Der Haroutunian, celebrated British Armenian cook, artist
  • Arto Salomaa, Finnish mathematician and computer scientist
  • Arto Lindsay, American guitarist, singer
  • Arto Saari, Finnish professional skateboarder and photographer
  • Arto Paasilinna, Finnish writer
  • Arto Tunçboyacıyan, Grammy winning American musician of Armenian descent
  • Arto Härkönen, retired Finnish javelin thrower
  • Arto Noras, Finnish cellist
  • Arto Tukio, Finnish professional ice hockey defenceman
  • Arto Lintunen, retired Finnish professional darts player
  • Arto Javanainen, professional ice hockey player
  • Arto Ruotanen, retired professional ice hockey defenceplayer
  • Arto Sirviö, retired professional Finnish ice hockey player
  • Arto Apartian in movie Farther Right Than the Right as Actor
  • Arto Tuominen characterized central character of Raimo Lappalainen in 1969 sci-fi flick Ruusujen aika.

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