Variations of Ivor used in foreign languages include Egor (Russian), Ibon (Basque), Igor (Polish, Russian, and Slavic), Iomhair (Scottish), Iomhar (Scottish), Ivar (Scandinavian), Iver (Gaelic, Scandinavian, and Welsh), Ìmhear (Scottish), Ìomhair (Gaelic), Ìomhar (Scottish), and Íomhar (Irish).
In addition, Ivor is a variation of Eber (Irish).
Ivor is also a variation (English, Gaelic, Irish, Scottish, and Welsh) of Ifor (Welsh).
Ivor is also a variation (English) of Ingvar (Scandinavian and English).
See also the related form, the English Iverson.
Ivor is unusual as a baby name for boys. Its usage peaked modestly in 1902 with 0.005% of baby boys being given the name Ivor. It ranked at #977 then. The baby name has since experienced a decline in frequency, and is today of sporadic use. Among all boy names in its group, Ivor was nonetheless the most regularly used in 2015.
† Pronunciation for Ivor: AY as in "side (S.AY.D)" ; V as in "vow (V.AW)" ; OW as in "oak (OW.K)" ; R as in "race (R.EY.S)" ; AO as in "ought (AO.T)"
A famous person named Ivor is Composer Ivor Novello, born David Ivor Davies, 15 January 1893 - 6 March 1951, Cardiff, Wales.