Tudor - Meaning of Tudor

What does Tudor mean?

[ 2 syll. tu-dor, tud-or ] The baby boy name Tudor is pronounced TUWDaoer or TYUWDaoer †. Tudor's language of origin is Old Greek, Gothic, and Old Welsh. It is predominantly used in the English, Welsh, and Romanian languages. From Old Welsh roots, its meaning is 'people's king' - in this context, Tudor can be used in the Welsh language. An old form of Tudor is Teutorix (Old Welsh).

In addition, Tudor is a derivative (English and Welsh) of the English, French, and Greek Theodore.

Tudor is also a derivative (English and Romanian) of the English Theodoric.

Derivatives of Tudor include the Welsh Tewdwr, the name Todor, and the Welsh Tudur.

Another form of Tudor is the Welsh variant spelling Tudyr.

See also the related categories, king, romanian, english, greek, gothic, and welsh.

Tudor is a rare baby boy name. It is not ranked within the top 1000. In 2018, out of the family of boy names directly linked to Tudor, Theodore was the most commonly used.

Baby names that sound like Tudor include Taheere, Taheir, Taher, Tahir, Tahurir, Tahyr, Tahyre, Tajdar, Tannir, Tannor, Tannur, Tannyr, Tarhey, Tarhi, Tarhie, Tarhy, Tari, Taro, Taroe, and Tarry.

† Pronunciation for Tudor: T as in "tee (T.IY)" ; UW as in "two (T.UW)" ; D as in "day (D.EY)" ; AO as in "ought (AO.T)" ; Y as in "you (Y.UW)" ; ER as in "hurt (HH.ER.T)"

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