|Subject:||Re: Casimir review?|
|Author:||Sofia (Authenticated as Sofia)|
|Date:||February 10, 2010 at 6:36:48 PM|
|Reply to:||Casimir review? by mirfak|
I looked up Kazimir in my Slavic name book and the particle 'kazi, kaziti' is given as 'destroy'.
I guess the idea is that the name means 'destroyer of peace', making it a fitting name for a warrior or a conqueror.
ETA: I did some more digging and while 'kaziti' is no longer used in Croatian, it's a normal word in Slovenian and an on-line Slo-Eng dictionary gave the meanings as: to spoil, to mar, to blight.
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