Theodor name meaning

Gender: Boy
Origin: Old Greek
Usage: German, Czech, English, Romanian, Scandinavian, Greenlandic, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: the(o)-dor
Meaning: Gift of God
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What does Theodor mean?

Commonly Accepted and Enduring Theodor has its origin in Old Greek is used in Greenlandic, Scandinavian, Czech, German, English, Finnish, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian and Romanian used for boys, Theodor means "Gift of God".

Theodor is a variant of Theodorus. Theodorus is version of biblical and long standing Theodore. Theodorus is equivalent of The Greek Name Θεοδωρος Meaning Gift of God in Latin language. Also Theodorus is Latin form of Tord.

Theodor is derived from Theodore. Theodore is form of Theodorus in English and French languages. Meaning of Theodore is Gift of God and Divine Gift is originated from Old Greek.

How do I pronounce Theodor?

Three syllabled Theodor is pronounced as the(o)-dor. It can also be pronounced as thee-oh-dor.

Variants of Theodor

Theodoros, Theodorus, Theodore, Tord

Middle Names for Theodor

Rege, Iean, Qian, Duan, Ambrose, view more middle names that goes with Theodor

Names that rhyme with Theodor

How popular is the name Theodor?

Theodor used to be a common name in Denmark, first appeared in 2013 and over 1367 babies have been given the name in 7 years. At its zenith in 2019,. However after 7 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts but it is still going strong.

Additionally, the first name has been in the top 50 baby names 7 times Also, Theodor was a common name in Sweden. Over 6650 babies have been named Theodor since 1998.

At the peak of its usage in 2014,. However after 20 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts but it is still in a strong position.

Theodor is a familiar baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1884 and was able to reach the top 1000 names.

In 1887, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 921 on boy names chart when 63 babies were named Theodor. Over 1658 babies in United States have been named Theodor. Also, in England and Wales, it has been in use since 1996 and was able to reach the top 700 names.

Recently in 2017, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 650 on boy names chart when 54 babies were named Theodor. Over 384 babies in England and Wales have been named Theodor.

Theodor is a unique baby name in Switzerland, it has been in use since 1998 and was able to reach the top 300 names. Recently in 2018, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 214 on boy names chart when 42 babies were named Theodor.

Over 252 people have been named Theodor in Switzerland. Theodor is an uncommon baby name in Ireland where it is still in use. During its 35 years of usage in France, it had made up to just the top 500 boy names.

There are over 194 babies that have been given the name Theodor in France. It also recently appeared in Belgium baby boy names chart.

But Theodor is a popular baby name in Germany where every 1 in 2000 have the name as well as in, DR Congo and Romania.

At least, 90000 people globally have carried Theodor as their given name according to our evaluation.

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Numerological aspects of Theodor

If you get too attached to everyone, what will you do when if they leave one day? You are a team player who loves to hang around and work on different projects with different minds. People find you attractive because of your mysterious private life and self-confident approach to everything. When it comes to your personal life, you prefer to keep it private. Most people enjoy having you around. Not being focused on building an impressive career doesn't mean you should stay uneducated and blind.

Go through the following names similar to Theodor

  •  Arackne - Originated from Old Greek, Arackne bestowed upon baby girls, Arackne means "Spider". Arackne is derivative of Arachne.
  •  Gritt - Gritt's meaning is The Pearl is used majorly in Swedish, Finnish and Danish. Its origin is in Old Greek and German is used as a girl name
  •  Karyn - Origin of Trendy Karyn is in Old Greek language bestowed upon both sexes which is used predominantly in English, meaning of Karyn is "Form of Catherine or Pure"
  •  Amelios - Meaning of Amelios is Carefree is used mainly in Greek
  •  Crisanto - Notably used in Tagalog and Spanish far-out, Crisanto means "Chrysanthemum or Golden Flower" and is given to boys came from Old Greek
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Famous people named Theodor

  • Theodor Bergk, German philologist
  • Theodor Wulf, German physicist and Jesuit priest
  • Theodor Heuss, West German liberal politician
  • Theodor Kaluza, German mathematician and physicist
  • Theodor Liebknecht, German socialist politician
  • Theodor von Heuglin, German explorer and ornithologist
  • Theodor Stolojan, Romanian politician
  • Theodor Molien, Baltic-German mathematician
  • Theodor Brorsen, Danish astronomer
  • Theodor Kullak, German pianist, composer, and teacher
  • Theodor Ab Yberg, Swiss statesman
  • Theodor Martens, 19th-century German artist
  • Theodor Duesterberg, leader of the Stahlhelm, Bund der Frontsoldaten
  • Theodor Mundt, German critic and novelist
  • Theodor Kittelsen, Norwegian artist
  • Theodor Rosetti, Romanian writer
  • Theodor Gomperz, Austrian philosopher and classical scholar
  • Theodor Eimer, German zoologist
  • Theodor Hildebrandt, German artist of the Düsseldorf school of painting
  • Theodor Otto Diener, Swiss-American plant pathologist who,
  • Theodor Gottlieb von Hippel the Elder, German satirical and humorous writer
  • Theodor Fliedner, German Lutheran minister and founder of Lutheran deaconess training
  • Theodor Fritsch, German publisher and journalist
  • Theodor Uppman, American operatic baritone
  • Theodor Geiger, German socialist, lawyer and sociologist
  • Theodor Reuss, son of an innkeeper Franz Xavier Reuss and his wife Eva Barbara Margaret Wagner at Augsburg
  • Theodor Gaster, British-born American Biblical scholar
  • Theodor Reik, psychoanalyst
  • Theodor Bilharz, German physician and an important pioneer
  • Theodor Zahn, German Protestant theologian, a biblical scholar
  • Theodor Waitz, German psychologist and anthropologist
  • Theodor Haecker, translator into German of Kierkegaard and Cardinal Newman
  • Theodor Ludwig Wilhelm von Bischoff, German physician and biologist
  • Theodor Goldstücker, German Sanskrit scholar
  • Theodor Aufrecht, German indologist and comparative linguist
  • Theodor Pallady, Romanian painter
  • Theodor Sparkuhl, German-born cinematographer with over 100 movies to his credit
  • Theodor Wiegand, was one of the more famous German archaeologists
  • Theodor Kjerulf, Norwegian geologist and professor at the University of Oslo
  • Theodor W. Adorno, German philosopher, sociologist
  • Theodor Zwinger, Swiss physician and humanist scholar
  • Theodor Mommsen, German classical scholar, historian, jurist
  • Theodor Escherich, German-Austrian pediatrician and a professor at universities
  • Theodor Svedberg, Swedish chemist and Nobel laureate for his research on colloids and proteins using the ultracentrifuge
  • Theodor Schwann, German physician and physiologist
  • Theodor Innitzer, was Archbishop of Vienna and a cardinal
  • Theodor Grotthuss, German chemist
  • Theodor Boveri, German biologist
  • Theodor von Oppolzer, Austrian astronomer and mathematician of Bohemian origin
  • Theodor W. Hänsch, German physicist
  • Theodor Fontane, German novelist and poet
  • Theodor Storm, German writer
  • Theodor Nöldeke, German orientalist and scholar
  • Theodor Benfey, German philologist and scholar of Sanskrit
  • Theodor Eicke, German senior Nazi official and 'Obergruppenführer' of the SS
  • Theodor Billroth, Prussian-born Austrian surgeon and amateur musician
  • Theodor Leschetizky, Polish pianist, professor and composer
  • Theodor Busse, German officer during World War I and World War II
  • Theodor Morell, German doctor
  • Theodor Körner, German poet and soldier
  • Theodor Scherer, German general and divisional commander

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