Ratibor (Polish: Racibor) is a Slavic origin male name containing words: "raci/rati" - "an army of fighters/soldiers" and "bor" - "to fight / a warrior" or "a forest". It may stand for either "a fighter/warrior against an army" or "a forest army/guerrillas" and may refer to:
- The German name of Racibórz, Poland
- Ratibor (Polabian prince) (died 1043)
- Ratibor I, Duke of Pomerania (before 1156)
- Schloss Ratibor, castle in Roth, Germany
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