Lars

Lars is a common male name in Nordic and German-speaking countries. In Sweden, people named Lars are commonly nicknamed Lasse. ==Origin== Lars is derived from the Roman name `Laurentius`, which means `from Laurentum` or `crowned with laurel.` Lawrence and Laurence are of the same origin. Lars was also a common Etruscan name, and several Etru...
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Lars

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Lars

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Lars

[bishop] Lars was the name of the Archbishop of Sweden 1255–1267. Lars is a Swedish form for the Latin name Laurentius, which in English is Lawrence. This was the name Lars used as an archbishop. His birthname is unknown. Lars was recruited from the recently established Franciscan monastery in Enköping. Since the monastery is unlikely to...
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Lars

Lars is a Scandinavian name for boys. The meaning is `bay-leaves, protection` The name Lars is most commonly given to Flemish boys. Lars is at number 2 in the top 50 of Flemish boys (average of 10 years data) It is short for: Laurence What do they use in other countries? Lauren (English) Loren (English) Laurie (English) Lorin (English) Laurence (En...
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LARS

Series of multi-barrel rocket launchers [DE]
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