Around the world, Petar (Петр , Petar , Петър , along with others...) is a widespread masculine forename. The forename Petar is characteristic of Bulgaria, where it is a prevalent boy's name, Croatia, where it is a widespread boy's name, and Kazakhstan, where it is a common boy's name (explore the name in all countries). Not in comparison with a country's population, this name is the most popular in Russia, Bulgaria, and Kazakhstan. Much less frequently, Petar is the last name as well as the forename.
Petar is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Петр||Belarus, Moldova, Russia, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan|
|Petar||Croatia, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, North Macedonia|
|Пётр||Kyrgyzstan, Belarus, Moldova, Russia, Kazakhstan|
|Петар||Russia, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Serbia, Ukraine|
Bedros, Kepa, Peadar, Peder, Pedro, Pedru, Peer, Peeter, Peetu, Pehr, Per, Pere, Pero, Peru, Petada, Petelo, Peter, Peters, Petko, Peto, Petr, Petras, Petri, Petro, Petros, Petru, Petrus, Petter, Petteri, Petur, Petyr, Piero, Pierre, Piet, Pietari, Pieter, Pietro, Piotr, Piters, Pjeter, Pjetur, Pjetër, Pjotr, Pyotr, Pyè, Pétar, Péter, Pétur, Pēteris, Πέτρος,
Petar is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Peter , the 1st Pope of the Roman Catholic Church, Patriarch of Antioch and Apostle of Jesus Christ, Gospel of Mark; Spider-Man , the fictional character in Marvel Comics, The Amazing Spider-Man; Peter Pan , the fictional character created by J. M. Barrie, Peter Pan; Peter Griffin , the fictional character from the Family Guy franchise and Jay Garrick , the fictional character in the DC Comics universe, The Flash, and in many other works.
|vergerije, petar pavao, st. Italian humanist scholar (1370-1444), SI (b. 1370)|
|petar doci Hungarian general (b. 1401)|
|petar berislavić Croatian nobleman, HR (b. 1475)|
|petar kružić Croatian nobleman and soldier, HR (b. 1491)|
|petar ii zrinski (b. 1435)|
|petar zoranić Croatian writer, HR (b. 1508)|
|petar ii. erdődy Ban of Croatia, HR (b. 1504)|
|petar bartučević (b. 1516)|
|petar zlojutrić Roman Catholic bishop, BA (b. 1565)|
|petar zrinski Croatian military commander, HR (b. 1621)|
|petar beneša HR (b. 1586)|
|petar petretić Roman Catholic archbishop (b. 1604)|
|petar kanavelić Venetian writer (1637-1719) (b. 1637)|
|petar mrkonjić Hajduk, HR (b. 1645)|
|petar keglević Croatian nobleman and military officer, HR (b. 1660)|
Pan, Markovic, Mitrovic, Stefanov, Stoyanov, Atanasov, Pavlovic, Petrovic, Popović, Dimitrov, Vasilev, Georgiev, Vuković, Ivanovic, Zivkovic, Milosevic, Stankovic, Kovacevic, Petrović, Jovanovic, Stojanovic, Jankovic, Hristov, Nikolic, Nikolov, Ilic, Maric, Simic, Peric, Popov, Dimov, Lukic, Tomic, Iliev, Matić, Babić, Kostic, Petrov, Petkov, Jurić, Horvat, Ivanov, Marinov, Angelov, Popovic, Todorov, Djordjevic, and Kovačević