I really like this name! It's a good length and sounds quite noble.
Baldur von Schirach was a Nazi politician who is best known for his role as the Nazi Party's national youth leader and head of the Hitler Youth from 1931 to 1940. He later served as Gauleiter and Reichsstatthalter ("Reich Governor") of Vienna. After World War II, he was convicted of crimes against humanity in the Nuremberg trial.
Baldur Ágústsson is an Icelandic businessman, who ran for president of Iceland in 2004 and 2016. Baldur started his career as a wireless operator on board a fishing boat, and later became an air traffic controller at Reykjavík Airport. Meanwhile, he set up Iceland´s first security firm, Varði. In the early 2000s he lived in Britain where he was engaged in real estate business. He was the main challenger against incumbent Olafur Ragnar Grimsson in the 2004 Icelandic presidential election where he got 12.5% of the vote. It was only the second time a sitting president had been challenged and the first time a challenger got more than 6% of the vote.
In May 2016 he announced his decision to run for president once more aiming to "restore respect for the presidency, to promote a better service to the sick, the elderly and the disabled, to promote friendship with foreign nations and operate the presidency within the framework of the budget."
Makes me think bladder.
I first heard the name years ago, reading about Norse mythology. I've always loved it. I'm not sure why, this name just really struck me. It's a very strong name. I have to say though I do like this spelling much better than "Balder."
Pronounced BAHL-door. [noted -ed]
Very rare in Germany. The name is considered extremely old fashioned.

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