Comments for the name Ąžuolas

Comments for ĄŽUOLAS:

It is not Azuolas, it's ĄÅžuolas!
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-- monie  6/1/2007
Oaks were sacred in the ancient pagan culture; they were worshiped and considered to be a symbol of manhood, strength and nobility. Oak would be planted by the house upon birth of a son as a charm for a strong personality. In ancient Lithuanian songs oak is usually a metaphor for a man, so... basically, that's a particularly masculine name.
-- justinyte  7/7/2012

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