Other Origin(s):Greek, Latin
Meaning:Strong as a bear; Bear-king; Guardian of the bear
Short and sweet Arte comes with abundant origins to unravel, making it an ideal choice for a complex cub such as baby. Widely considered a Celtic name, Arte is a form of Arthur, thought to have roots in Welsh, Latin, and Greek. Ultimately from the Greek árktos, Arte’s ancestry holds many meanings, from “bear-king” to “guardian of the bear” and simply “bear” itself. Greek deity enthusiasts may love Arte’s connection to Artemis, meaning “strong as a bear,” borne by the goddess of the hunt, wild animals, and the moon.

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