|Subject:||Since no one else has answered...(m)|
|Author:||lac (Authenticated as lac)|
|Date:||August 4, 2009 at 3:12:04 PM|
|Reply to:||Clodomira by summerRaine|
Here's my guess:
The first part, Clodo- looks like it's related to Clodovicus, which is in the user submitted names section. It's related to the Lud- from Ludwig, so it means "fame".
The second part, -mer, could be related to the Germanic element "meri", meaning "famous".
So I suppose Clodomira could mean "fame famous" or "famous fame". :)
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