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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mitar (Cyrillic: Митар) is a masculine given name. It is a Serbian variant of a Greek name Demetrius. Notable people with the name include:

  • Mitar Lukić (born 1957), former Bosnian Serb footballer and current manager of FK Sloga Doboj
  • Mitar Markez (born 1990 in Sombor), Serbian handballer
  • Mitar Mirić (born 1957), Serbian and former Yugoslav pop-folk singer
  • Mitar Mrdić (born 1984), Bosnian judoka
  • Mitar Mrkela (born 1965), retired Serbian football player, member of an Olympic medallist team in 1984
  • Mitar Novaković (born 1981), Montenegrin professional footballer
  • Mitar Pejović (born 1983), Serbian football goalkeeper
  • Mitar Peković (born 1981), Serbian professional footballer
  • Mitar Subotić (1961–1999), known as Rex Ilusivii, Serbian-born musician and composer, producer in Brazil
  • Mitar Vasiljević (born 1954), Bosnian Serb war criminal convicted by the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia

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