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Gender: Male Origin of Valter: German and Scandinavian variation of Walter Meaning of Walter: German, "army ruler"

The name Valter is a boy's name of German, Scandinavian origin. Valter and discussed in our forums with posts like "Drop Your Least Favorite - B/G Twins with middles".

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Vill always sound as if you're pronouncing Walter with an affected accent.

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Famous People Named Valter

Valter Skarsgard, Swedish actor
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Ricardo Valter da Costa, Brazilian football player
Valter Dešpalj, Croatian cellist
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Valter Gabrielsen, Norwegian politician
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Valter Heuer, Estonian chess player, chess journalist and chess historian
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Valter Poghosyan, Armenian football player
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Daniel Valter Rogelim, Brazilian racing cyclist
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Valter Wredberg, Swedish sprint canoer
Edgar Valter, Estonian writer and illustrator of children's books

Pop Culture References for the name Valter

Valter, character from a tactical role-playing game Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones

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