Meaning & History
Variant of Hroðgar.
Other Languages & CulturesHrodger(Ancient Germanic) Hróarr, Hróðgeirr(Ancient Scandinavian) Roger(Catalan) Roger, Rogier, Rutger(Dutch) Roger, Rodge, Rodger(English) Roger(French) Roger, Rüdiger(German) Rezső(Hungarian) Ruggero, Ruggiero(Italian) Ruth(Limburgish) Roar, Roger(Norwegian) Rogério(Portuguese) Roger(Swedish)
People think this name is
classic mature formal natural devious strong rough strange complex serious unintellectual
Sources & References
- Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England, available from http://www.pase.ac.uk/jsp/index.jsp.
Entry updated February 4, 2020