Casimir

Casimir is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `To Destroy Peace` Where is it used? The name Casimir is mainly used In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Kazimir ( In Russian) Kazimierz ( In Polish) Kazimeras ( In Lithuanian) Kázmér ( In Hungarian) Kasimir ( In Other languages) For the opposite sex use: In Other languages: Kasimira...
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Casimir

[dinosaur] Casimir, an anthropomorphic orange dinosaur with yellow and red spots, was the main host of the French TV show l`Île aux enfants, played by Yves Brunier in a costume. He appeared for the first time on television on September 14, 1974 on French television. The show was broadcast first on FR3 before being broadcast for seven conse...
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Casimir

Casimir, an English, French and Latin form of the Polish name Kazimierz. ==Etymology== The name may mean `someone who destroys opponent`s prestige/glory during battle`, and is derived from the Slavic elements: kaziti `to destroy` and měr `prestige, fame`. The latter element is also found in Vladimir, and is cognate to the Germanic and Celt...
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