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Author Peter
Country Scotland
Language English
Series none
Subject none
Genre genre
Published 2016
Publisher Wiki Peter Burnett Info (Peter)
Media type Media Wiki
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Website http://psychogeography.info

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Petrus Bonus

As a bonus, here is a list of names that can be interpreted as Peter in English

   Afrikaans: Pieter, Petrus
   Albanian: Petro, Pjetër, Pjetri
   Amharic: ጴጥሮስ ("Ṗeṭros")
   Arabic: بطرس (Boutros), بيار ("Pierre", mainly in Lebanon), بيتر ("Peter", exact transcription)
   Aragonese: Pietro, Pero, Piero, Pier.
   Azerbaijani: Pyotr
   Armenian: Պետրոս (Bedros in Western dialect, Petros in Eastern dialect)
   Asturian: Pedru
   Basque: Peru, Pello (diminutive), Pedro, Piarres, Petri (Biblical), Kepa (neologism)
   Belarusian: Пётр (Piotr), Пятро (Piatro), Пятрусь (Piatruś)
   Breton: Pêr
   Bulgarian: Петър (Petər), Пере, Перо (Pere, Pero), Петьо, Петю (Petyo, Petyu), Пеньо, Пеню, Пенко (Penyo, Penyu, Penko), Пельо, Пелю, Пелко (Pelyo, Pelyu, Pelko), Пешо (Pesho); Камен (Kamen) ("kamen, kamək" in Bulgarian means: stone)
   Catalan: Pere
   Cebuano: Pedro
   Standard Chinese:
       Protestant: 彼得 (Bǐdé)
       Catholic: 伯多祿 (Bóduōlù)
   Cornish: Peder
   Croatian: Petar, Pero, Periša, Pera, Pejo, Nino
   Czech: Petr
   Danish: Peter, Peder, Per, Peer, Pelle
   Dutch: Pieter, Peter (Note: The form "Peer" also occurs, albeit less commonly. The Biblical Peter is translated as "Petrus".)
   Emiliano-Romagnolo: Pèdar
   Esperanto: Petro
   Estonian: Peeter, Peep, Peetrus
   Faroese: Pætur, Petur, Per
   Frisian: Piter, Pier
   Finnish: Pietari, Pekka, Petri, Petteri
   French: Pierre (Note: the word for stone in French is also "pierre")
   Galician: Pedro
   Georgian: პეტრე (Petre)
   German: Peter (Note: The form "Peer" also occurs, albeit less commonly. The Biblical Peter is translated as "Petrus".)
   Greek: Πέτρος (Petros), Παναγιώτης (Panagiotis)
   Guarani Peru
   Gujarati: પીટર (Pīṭar)
   Haitian Creole: Pyè. The name is spelled "Pierre" and pronounced "pyè"; also meaning "stone".
   Hausa: Bitrus
   Hindi: Pathrus, पीटर (Pīṭar)
   Hebrew: פטרוס (Petros), פיטר (literally Peter)
   Hungarian: Péter; Petya, Peti (diminutive)
   Icelandic: Pétur, Pési (diminutive)
   Indonesian: Petrus
   Irish: Piaras, Peadar
   Italian: Pietro, Piero (Note: the word for stone in Italian is "pietra")
   Khmer: Pathra
   Korean: 베드로 (Bedeuro; or, less commonly, 페트루스; Peteuruseu), 피터 (Piteo)
   Japanese:
       Protestant: ピーター (Pītā)
       Catholic: ペトロ (Petoro), ペテロ (Petero),
       Biblical contexts: ペトロス (Petorosu)
   Konkani: Pedru
   Lao: ເປໂຕ (Peot)
   Latin: Petrus
   Latvian: Pēteris
   Lingala: Petelo
   Lithuanian: Petras
   Lombard: Peder
   Low German: Petrus
   Luxembourgish: Pit, Pier
   Macedonian: Петар (Petar), Питер (Piter), Петре (Petre), Перо (Pero), Пере (Pere), Перица (Perica)
   Malayalam: പത്രോസ് (Patrōs), പീരി("Peeri", from Pierre)
   Maltese: Pietru
   Manx: Peddyr
   Māori: Petera, Pita
   Marathi: पेत्र (petrə), पेद्रो (pedro)
   Mongolian: Петр (Pyetr)
   Montenegrin: Petar (Петар), Pero (Перо)
   Nepali: पत्रुस (Patrus)
   Norman: Pierre
   Northern Sami: Piera, Biera, Bierril, Bierža
   Norwegian: Peter, Petter, Per, Pelle, Peder
   Nahuatl: Pedro
   Occitan: Pèire, Pèir, Pèr
   Persian: پطرس (Petros)
   Polish: Piotr. Diminutives/hypocoristics include Piotrek, Piotruś, and Piotrunio. Piotr has several name days in Poland.
   Portuguese: Pedro, Pêro (old Portuguese)
   Punjabi: ਪਤਰਸਨੂੰ (Patarasanū)
   Quechua: Pidru
   Romanian: Petru, Petre, Petrică (diminutive), Petrișor (diminutive)
   Russian: Пётр (Pyotr), Петя (Petya) (diminutive), Питер (Piter)
   Samoan: Petelo
   Sardinian: Pedru, Perdu, Pretu
   Scots: Pee'er (The 't' is silent in correct pronounciation)
   Scottish Gaelic: Petar, Pater
   Serbian: Петар (Petar), Перо (Pero), Пера (Pera), Перица (Perica), Периша (Periša)
   Serbo-Croatian: Petar (Петар), Pero (Перо), Pera (Пера), Perica (Перица), Periša (Периша),
   Sicilian: Pietru
   Silesian: Pyjter, Piter
   Sinhala: Peduru
   Slovak: Peter, Petr
   Slovene: Peter
   Spanish: Pedro
   Swahili: Petero
   Swedish: Peter, Petter, Peder, Per, Pehr, Pär, Pelle, Pälle (Note: The Biblical Peter is translated as "Petrus".)
   Syriac: ܦܛܪܘܣ (Peṭrus)
   Tamil: Pethuru, Raayappar (in biblical contexts)
   Telugu: Peturu
   Thai: ปีเตอร์ (Pitoer)
   Turkish: Petro, Petrus
   Ukrainian: Петро (Petro), Пітер (Piter), Петрик (Petryk) (diminutive), Петрусь (Petrus') (diminutive)
   Urdu: پیٹر
   Uzbek: Piter
   Venetian: Piero
   Vietnamese: Phật Tổ, Phi Thơ, Phêrô
   Võro: Piitre
   Welsh: Pedr
   West Frisian: Petrus
   Yoruba: Peteru
   Zulu: Petru