Fedor=Theodore

I was just looking up the meaning of Theodore (I'm having a kid and like the name) and found out that Fedor is the Russian rendering of Theodore.

Theodore is the GOAT!

Which is why the actual Russian pronounciation is not FAY-dor. Phone Post

OR Feodore for that matter-it's Fyodor

for all the mocking on his affliction mess ups Tito is the only guy to nail his name isnt he?

soldave - for all the mocking on his affliction mess ups Tito is the only guy to nail his name isnt he?

No

 

If you name ya kid Theodore I hope a nurse says that he's the best baby she thinks, and all the other nurses think, of the night.

Bootsy Collins - OR Feodore for that matter-it's Fyodor


which could both be pronounced the same way in english based on the construction of the words

it's that the o is emphasized that matters, not the spelling

We just call him the Beaver from now on..lol

This thread is made every other month it seems... Fedor is NOT pronounced Theodore with an F instead of a T. Why would you even have a strong opinion on that when you clearly do not speak Russian, and people keep telling you your wrong.

Oh yeah, you're idiots.

 theo means god

Eric Bloodaxe - This thread is made every other month it seems... Fedor is NOT pronounced Theodore with an F instead of a T. Why would you even have a strong opinion on that when you clearly do not speak Russian, and people keep telling you your wrong.

Oh yeah, you're idiots.


actually, thats how Fedor tells ppl to pronounce his name, so maybe you're dumb?

I don't care if Fedor says it's pronounced "banana", it still is not pronounced Feodore in Russian.

I don't really have a problem with people mispronouncing it, but with the people who barely speaks English and still feels it is their place to be bombastic Russian teachers.

So this explains the bill Cosby sweaters! He's actually Theo huxtable! Phone Post

Lorenzo Luciano - Yes, Tito was correct <img src="/images/phone/post_tag.png" alt="Phone Post" border="0" style="vertical-align:middle;"/>


It's not pronounced that way. It's more like 'Fyoder' (rhymes with odor).


Im naming my dog Theo


minus the dore

bartatua - 
Bootsy Collins - OR Feodore for that matter-it's Fyodor


which could both be pronounced the same way in english based on the construction of the words

it's that the o is emphasized that matters, not the spelling

Incorrect I'm afraid. See: Fyodor Dostoyevsky