Comments for the name Waldemar


Comments for WALDEMAR:

A common familiar form of this name in Poland is Waldek, pronounced VAL-deck.
-- angolmois  6/22/2007
Singers Waldemar Matuška and Olga Blechová-Matušková have a son Waldemar.
-- Emilie007  1/1/2009
The name is in no way a cognate of the Slavic name but rather derives from the Slavic name. It was first used by the Danish King Valdemar I, which was given to him by his mother, Ingeborg, daughter of Mstislav I of Kiev after her grandfather Vladimir Monomakh of Kiev. [noted -ed]
-- mssdm  11/14/2009
A famous bearer of this name was Waldemar Milewicz, Polish war correspondent shot in Iraq in 2004.
A famous fictional character with this name is Waldek Kiepski from a sitcom "The World According to the Kiepskis" ("Świat według Kiepskich").
-- Chwala  4/12/2011
Sounds too much like Voldemort ("t" is supposed to be silent) from Harry Potter.
-- Anonymous User  8/6/2011
Waldemar (born as Joachim Friedrich Ernst Waldemar) was the younger brother of Emperor William II of Germany. He died young.
-- CarolinW  6/12/2012
This name is also used in The Netherlands, where it is fairly rare. In 2010, there were a little over 220 bearers total in the entire country.

A well-known Dutch bearer of this name is the actor Waldemar Torenstra (b. 1974).
-- Lucille  1/11/2013

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