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Álvaro and Álvara stem from the Late Latin proper name Alvarus, from Spanish-Visigothic. The Germanic proper name consists of two parts: The first part stems from *all- ("all") or from *adal- ("noble"). The second part stems from *-wardą ("protection, defense"). However, there exist other etymologies.

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Álvaro m

  1. A male given name.

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