Radomir

Radomir is a Slavic boy name. The meaning of the name is `Joyful, Peaceful` Where is it used? The name Radomir is mainly used In Czech and In Bulgarian.If it`s too long people might use In Czech: RadimFor the opposite sex use: In Czech and In Bulgarian: Radomira (F) The name Radomir doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de l...
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Radomir

[peak] Radomir (Радомир, Καλαμπάκα, Kalabaka) is a peak on the Bulgarian–Greek border. At {convert|2031|m|ft} it is the highest peak in the Belasica (Béles or Kerkíni) range. It is also known by its earlier name Kalabak. The peak was named after the Bulgarian Emperor Gavril Radomir who took part in the battle of Kleidion...
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Radomir

[town] Radomir (Радомир) is a town in the Pernik Province of Bulgaria with a population of about 16,503. == History == The town was first mentioned in a 15th-century source as Uradmur. The current form appears for the first time in a source from 1488. The name is derived directly from the personal name Radomir or its adjectival form....
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Radomir

[given name] Radomir (Cyrillic script: Радомир) is a Slavic origin given name derived from elements: rad `care, joy` and mir `peace, world, fame`. Feminine form: Radomira. Nicknames: Radek, Radko, Mirek, Mirko, Radka (f), Mirka (f). The usual nickname derived from Radomir is Rasha. ==List of people with the given name Radomir== ...
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