Anatol



a male given name: from a Greek word meaning “sunrise.”.
Contemporary Examples

In due course, Anatol Lieven reviewed the book in The Nation, and he called us all out as liberal hawks.
Iraq Ten Years After Michael Tomasky March 17, 2013

Historical Examples

The end of this journey was Borjom, where he intended to pass the whole summer in the family of his brother Anatol.
The Life & Letters of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky Modeste Tchaikovsky

Fortunately, Anatol had a friend at Voronezh, to whom we telegraphed at once.
The Life & Letters of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky Modeste Tchaikovsky

Anatol, however, insists on being left alone with her at this critical moment of his fate, so Max retires into the adjoining room.
Modernities Horace Barnett Samuel

Besides yourself, Anatol, and Jurgenson, I shall write to no one.
The Life & Letters of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky Modeste Tchaikovsky

She has grown tired of Anatol and fallen in love with another.
Modernities Horace Barnett Samuel

Like Artzybashev, but with less talent, Anatol Kamensky has written little stories happily enough conceived.
Contemporary Russian Novelists Serge Persky

With pique mingling with his relief, Anatol rises to the occasion, professing the righteous indignation of a wounded spirit.
Modernities Horace Barnett Samuel

These Tartar hordes were suddenly let loose in one body, being sheltered on either side by the Anatol troops.
In Love With the Czarina and Other Stories Mr Jkai

These were qualities that immediately won the public’s favor when “Anatol” first appeared.
The Lonely Way–Intermezzo–Countess Mizzie Arthur Schnitzler

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