Vladimir

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See also: Vladimír and Vladímir

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Etymology[edit]

From Russian Влади́мир (Vladímir) and reinforced by Medieval Latin Vladimirus, name of several saints in the Eastern Orthodox Church, from Old East Slavic Володимѣръ (Volodiměrŭ), Old Church Slavonic Владимѣръ (Vladiměrŭ), from Proto-Slavic *Voldiměrъ (which see for more), equivalent to владь (vladĭ, power) (which is from Proto-Indo-European *h₂welh₁- (be strong)) and мѣръ (měrŭ, great), changed by folk etymology into миръ (mirŭ, peace). Compare Waldemar.

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Vladimir

  1. A transliteration of the Russian male given name Влади́мир (Vladímir), popular throughout the history of Slavic countries and societies.
  2. A male given name from Russian, but rare as a name of English-speaking persons.
  3. A city, the administrative centre of Vladimir Oblast, Russia.
  4. An oblast of Russia.

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Azerbaijani[edit]

Proper noun[edit]

Vladimir

  1. A male given name

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Etymology[edit]

From English Vladimir, from Russian Влади́мир (Vladímir).

Proper noun[edit]

Vladimir

  1. a male given name from English [in turn from Russian]

Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Church Slavonic Владимѣръ (Vladiměrŭ).

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Vladimir m

  1. A village in Goiești, Dolj, Romania
  2. A commune of Gorj, Romania
  3. A village in Vladimir, Gorj, Romania