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What does Arte mean?

Arte Pronunciation of Arte as a boys' name is of Celtic origin. Arte is an alternate spelling of Arthur (Celtic).



VARIANTS Art, Arrt, Aart

OTHER FORMS VIA ARTHUR Artair, Arther, Arthor, Artie, Arto, Artor, Artro, Artur, Arturo, Artus, Arty



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How popular is Arte?

Arte is an uncommonly occurring given name for men. Arte is an equivalently unusual surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Which version is better?

Arthur (#230 FROM CURRENT RECORDS), Arturo (#608), Art, Arther, Arthor and Artie are the prominent varying forms of Arte (NOT IN TOP 2000). Other variants, like Artus, are seldom used. These forms of Arte were favored as birth names during the years 1880-1889 (USAGE OF 1.5%) and are now much less conventional (USAGE 0.1%, 92.3%), with forms such as Artie falling out of fashion. (TOP BABY NAMES, 2018)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Art, Arther, Arthor, Arthur, Artie, Arturo in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Arthur outside U.S.

Similar Names

Arte is pronounced similarly to Aart, Arrt and Art. Other recommended sound-alike names are Aage, Abbe, Abe, Abie, Able, Ace, Acee, Acie, Aime, Alta, Alten, Alto, Ange, Anse, Ara, Ard, Arda, Arden, Ardie, Ardy, Arek, Arel, Aren, Ares, Ari, Aric, Arie, Arien, Aries, Arik, Arin, Ario, Aris, Arjen, Arles, Arley, Arlo, Arly, Armen, Arnd, Arne, Arnel, Arney, Arnie, Arnoe, Arny, Arri, Arry, Arthel, Arther, Artie, Arto, Artor, Artur, Artus, Arty, Arun, Arvie, Arvy, Arye, Aryeh, Aryel, Aryo, Ase, Ashe, Atef, Aube, Ave, Harte, Nate, Pete and Tate. These names tend to be more frequently used than Arte.