Ivar is one of the three children in A Doll’s House. He is the oldest of the Helmer children. He (along with his siblings) makes a brief appearance in the play, but the collective are referred to often by Nora and Torvald.
Also Estonian: [noted -ed]
EE-va in Swedish, EH-va in Danish, and EE-vahr in Finnish and English.
Ivar the Boneless (Old Norse: Ívarr hinn Beinlausi; Old English: Hyngwar) was a Viking leader and a commander who invaded what is now England. According to the Tale of Ragnar Lodbrok, he was the son of Ragnar Lodbrok and Aslaug. His brothers included Björn Ironside, Halfdan Ragnarsson, Hvitserk, Sigurd Snake-in-the-Eye and Ubba.
Crazy Ivar from Willa Cather's O Pioneers!
Ivar Haglund: Seattle Washington folk singer and founder of Ivars, a seafood restaurant, he also opened Seattle's first aquarium, bought the Smith Tower, invented the saying "Keep Clam", and was elected port commissioner after running as a prank.
Ivar is pronounced as EE-vahrr.
Ivar Kreuger was a Swedish financier, entrepreneur and industrialist. In the time between the two world wars, he was one of the most powerful businesspeople in Europe, basing his business activities on match production. He gained a match monopoly and became known as the "Match King".
Ivar Lo-Johansson was a Swedish writer of the proletarian school. He described the situation of the Swedish peasantry in his novels and short stories.

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