gero

Latin, meaning: to carry, bear, wear / bear, give birth to / to carry about.
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gero

Latin, meaning: to have, bear
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Gero

[archbishop of Magdeburg] Gero (died 21 October 1023) was the Archbishop of Magdeburg from 1012 until his death. He was a son of Dedo Wodenswege and Eilika (Eilica) and possibly a relative of the family of Gero the Great. Gero was the candidate of King Henry II following the death of the Archbishop Walthard on 12 August 1012. He was appoint...
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Gero

[archbishop of Cologne] Gero II (c. 900 – 29 June 976) was Archbishop of Cologne from 969 until his death. Gero originated from Saxony, probably a son of the Billung count Christian (d. 950), who ruled in the Eastphalian Nordthüringgau and Schwabengau as well as over the adjacent lands of Serimunt in the Marca Geronis. He and his brother...
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Gero

Gero I (c. 900 – 20 May 965), called the Great (Latin magnus), ruled an initially modest march centred on Merseburg, which he expanded into a vast territory named after him: the marca Geronis. During the mid-10th century, he was the leader of the Saxon Drang nach Osten. ==Succession and early conflicts== Gero was the son of Count Thietmar, tutor...
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Gero

[singer] He made some of his recordings public on Niconico, a Japanese video sharing website in 2008 and since then his videos have been watched over 40 million times in total. He released his debut single `Beloved×Survival`, the theme song of a TV anime Brothers Conflict in 2013. He also forms a duo called Dagero with Dasoku, a member of ...
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