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Female version vs. of Arthur??

Hello! My husbands name is Arthur and I would love to name my daughter after him.... But Im having trouble! If his name was Joseph Id name her Josephine, if his name was Theodore I would name her Theodora, etc. Is there ANYTHING out there for Arthur??? Help and give me all your opinions and ideas! Thank you!

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Aurtherette, Autherine?
posted by guest :: 2011-12-11 13:34:07 | report
Arianna
Artitha
posted by guest :: 2011-12-11 13:34:21 | report
Arthuretta is an English version, that i looked up, but I would like to suggest Ruth since it is in the name Arthur, like
Ruth Ann.
posted by guest :: 2011-12-11 13:35:06 | report
The first name that came to mind for me was Aria, followed closely by Thora.

Anything with "Ar" would be nice. (:
Arabella
Arlene
Arwen
Aralyn
posted by Mika Casey :: 2011-12-11 13:35:20 | report
There is a name Arthuretta but it isn’t really used now and I’m not a fan to be honest. Maybe find something with the same meaning? Or Arya (sounds similar) ?
posted by guest :: 2011-12-11 13:36:25 | report
how about Ariela Tru, though i like the Ruth suggestion too.
posted by guest :: 2011-12-11 13:37:01 | report
(Arya is pronounced Arr-yah by the way, not Arr-ee-ah like Aria)
posted by guest :: 2011-12-11 13:37:48 | report
Artis means the same as Arthur. THe meaning is Bear.
posted by guest :: 2011-12-11 13:39:13 | report
I don’t think there is a real, authentic feminine version of Arthur. Sometimes people tack an ending on to it to make it feminine, but the result is pretty bad. What about his middle name? Or just wait for a potential boy later?
posted by guest :: 2011-12-11 13:41:00 | report
Arabella
Arabelle
Arcelia
Ardelis
Ardelle
Arden
Ardin
Ardith
Arella
Aren
Aria
Arianna
Arianthe
Ariel
Ariella
Arielle
Arin
Arlanna
Arlene
Armani
Armelle

WDYT?
posted by guest :: 2011-12-11 13:44:05 | report
Artis is a really cool suggestion, i agree with the poster that suggested it.
posted by guest :: 2011-12-11 13:44:26 | report
OK, the Italian form of Arthur is Arturo. Maybe Artura?
posted by guest :: 2011-12-11 13:45:07 | report
Arthueretta is (or was) a genuine first name. http://www.thinkbabynames.com/meaning/0/Arthuretta
I wouldn’t recommend it though.

Artheia
Arthelia
Artia
Artina
Artrice
Arthurene/Arturine
posted by guest :: 2011-12-11 13:45:50 | report
I just want to say that I know a girl named Arya and it’s pronounced like Aria...so Arya doesn’t automatically mean Ar-yah.
posted by Mika Casey :: 2011-12-11 13:48:35 | report
Art would be modern and daring, but Artis is also nice.
posted by guest :: 2011-12-11 13:49:15 | report
How about Arthurine?
posted by guest :: 2011-12-11 13:59:50 | report
Thanks for all the suggestions!! I have loads to think about!!! I like Artis and Art :)
posted by guest :: 2011-12-11 14:29:46 | report
Guinevere! Like in the stories about King Arthur.
posted by guest :: 2011-12-11 15:23:50 | report
wdyt about Arthina (r-thee-na) or
Artina (r teen-a)
arthetta ( rth-et-a)
posted by guest: kara :: 2011-12-15 21:34:25 | report
Martha, its a nice name
posted by guest :: 2012-07-27 11:11:14 | report
Arturia.
posted by guest :: 2013-05-05 18:48:35 | report
Altria, Arturia, Arthuria?
posted by guest: Anonim :: 2013-09-30 13:09:13 | report
This is coming a little late, but maybe some other eyes might see it....

The boy name "Arthur" means "bear." A feminine name that means the same thing would be that of a Goddess who was associated with wildlife: Artemis. Variations on Artemis would work, like Artemisia, Artia, Artemia, etc
posted by guest: Tracie :: 2014-01-11 10:21:27 | report

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