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Also Bulgarian, very ancient at that. The name of a Bulgarian ruler. Not a cognate of Radzimierz. I am sure it arose independently.
rositsa  12/2/2004
Radomir is indeed an ancient Bulgarian name first known from the Medieval Bulgarian tzar Gavril Radomir son of Samuil (end of 10th century - beginning of 11th century AD).
julia_says  10/16/2005
Serbian nickname is Radić.
Bulgarian nickname is Radin.
Emilie007  5/28/2008
This is my uncle's name, but everybody calls him Rašo.
alexandra_lexi  7/29/2009
A very nice name - more ancient than the Bulgarian state. It doesn't matter when or where it was first written down - people, places, and names don't come into existance from the moment they are written down. Humanity has a much older history than its written history.
Anonymous user  1/17/2011
This name is also used in Poland, despite the Polish having their own form for the name (Radzimierz).
Lucille  4/28/2012

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