Casimir

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From a Polish royal name, and saint's name, of Slavic origin, meaning "proclamation of peace". or maybe "someone who destroys opponent's prestige/glory during battle", and is derived from the Slavic elements: kazić "to destroy" and mir "prestige, fame"

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Casimir

  1. A male given name.
    • 1992 Thomas Keneally, Woman of the Inner Sea, Plume (1994), ISBN 0452271770, page 19:
      - Babushka wants you to call the poor little bugger Casimir after her uncle in the Resistance. Can you imagine what would happen in any schoolyard to a kid with a name like Casimir?

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