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I don't think "jaro" means "spring"; an adjective "jary" means "fierce" in some Slavic languages, so Jarogniew should show a "great wrath" to his enemies, such as Casimir should "destroy their peace" (see CASIMIR). Names like this are an inheritance of a time when the Slavs were ferocious warriors.
prakash  5/16/2008

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