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Forename Peder

Globally, Peder (Peder Sweden Denmark Israel Norway United States, بيدر Iraq Yemen Jordan Syria Saudi Arabia, Педер Russia Kazakhstan Ukraine) is quite a rare masculine given name. The first name Peder is habitual in Northern Europe, particularly Sweden, where it is quite a common male name, Denmark, and Norway, where it is quite a rare masculine name. Very seldom, Peder is the last name as well as the forename.

Jesus fishPeder is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Peder

name Péter, name Pjeter, name Piero, name Péder, name Piters, name Πέτρου, name П'Єр, name Pjetur, name Pjetër, name پدر, name Пер, name П'Ер, name Petteri, name Per, name بيدر, name Pehr, name Petri, name Peetu, name Πετρος, name Peeter, name Pedru, name Pétur, name Petelo, name Педру, name Piet, name Пеер, name Pieter, name Pedro, name Petur, name Petko, name Pierre, name Πέτρος, name Peru, name Petros, name Pēteris, name Petr, name Pero, name Peters, name Petrus, name Pietro, name Педер, name Peer, name Педро, name Peder, name Pere, name Pietari, name Petter, name Petar, name Petro, name Peter, name Piotr, name Kepa, name Petru, name Petras
Peder Denmark, Norway, Sweden, United States, Israel
بيدر Iraq, Jordan, Yemen, Syria, Saudi Arabia
Педер Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine
پدر Turkey, Afghanistan, Iran

First name Peder in the context

Peder is also a name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Peder Anker Wedel-Jarlsberg , the Peder Anker Wedel-Jarlsberg as depicted in television series Atlantic Crossing; Peder Mortensgaard , the character in the play "Rosmersholm" and Peder Ås , the fictional character.

Notable namesakes

peder strangesen Abt 1170 - 1241 Ribe, DK (b. 1170) link
peder bang Roman Catholic bishop (b. 1300) link
peder arvidsson ribbing 1350- (b. 1350) link
picture of peder jensen lodehat peder jensen lodehat peder jensen lodehat Danish canon (+1416), DK (b. 1400) link
peder mickelsen kruse (b. 1350) link
peder lykke Roman Catholic archbishop (b. 1400) link
peder nilsson SE (b. 1390) link
peder särkilax Finnish scientist, FI (b. 1401) link
picture of peder jakobsson peder jakobsson peder jakobsson SE (b. 1470) link
peder turesson Swedish politician, SE (b. 1450) link
peder fredag Swedish military personnel, SE (b. 1450) link
peder bengtsson gylta (b. 1443) link
picture of peder palladius peder palladius peder palladius Lutheran theologian, DK (b. 1503) link
picture of peder skram peder skram peder skram Danish admiral, DK (b. 1503) link
peder villadsen (b. 1450) link

Characteristic surnames

Rd, Thomsen, Nilsson, Nielsen, Anderson, Andersen, Karlsson, Pedersen, Lindberg, Jacobson, Jonsson, Jacobsen, Johansen, Eriksson, Sørensen, Andersson, Rasmussen, Johansson, Henriksen, Kristensen, Jørgensen, Jakobsen, Johnsen, Johnson, Larsson, Berg, Dahl, Lund, Ller, Holm, Smith, Olsen, Madsen, Seglund, Strand, Rensen, Larsen, Jensen, Nelson, Hansen, Møller, Arneson, Knudsen, Persson, Poulsen, Rgensen, Christensen, and Christiansen