Ahti, Ahto


Gender: Masculine
Origin: Finnish
Meaning: unknown
(AH-tee); (AH-to)

The name is borne in Finnish mythology by the fierce water/sea god, Ahti. He is portrayed as a man with a beard of moss and he dwells in the under sea palace of Ahtola along with his wife Vellamo.

You can listen to Ahti’s pronunciation here: http://www.forvo.com/word/ahti/

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