Ants

Male given name
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Ants (multiple languages)
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Ants (given name)
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Ants is an Estonian masculine given name. Notable people with the name include: Ants Antson (1938–2015), Estonian speed skater and Olympic medalist Ants Eskola (1908–1989), Estonian actor and singer Ants Järvesaar (born 1948), Estonian farmer and politician Ants Kurvits (1887–1943), Estonian military commander (major general) Ants Laaneots (born 1948), Estonian military general, former Commander-in-Chief of the Estonian Defence Forces Ants Laikmaa (1866-1942), Estonian painter Ants Lauter (1894-1973), Estonian actor, theatre director and pedagogue Ants Leemets (1950–2019), Estonian politician and museum director Ants Mellik (1926–2005), Estonian architect Ants Nuut, Estonian trombonist, vocalist and tuba player for the rock band Apelsin Ants Oras (1900-1982), Estonian translator and writer Ants Piip (1884–1942), Estonian lawyer, diplomat and politician Ants Soosõrv (born 1969), Estonian renju player and coach Ants Taul (born 1950), Estonian musician and instrument-maker
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