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Gender Masculine
Usage Czech, Slovak
Pronounced Pron. VLA-ji-meer(Czech)
VLA-jee-meer(Slovak)
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Meaning & History

Czech and Slovak form of VLADIMIR.

Related Names

DiminutivesVladan(Czech) Vladan, Vlado(Slovak)
Feminine FormsVladimíra, Lada(Czech) Vladimíra(Slovak)
Other Languages & CulturesWaldomar(Ancient Germanic) Valdimárr(Ancient Scandinavian) Uladzimir(Belarusian) Vladimir, Vlado(Bulgarian) Vladimir, Vlado, Vlatko(Croatian) Valdemar, Waldemar(Danish) Valdemar, Valto(Finnish) Vladimer, Lado(Georgian) Waldemar(German) Vladimirs, Voldemārs, Valdis(Latvian) Valdemaras, Vladimiras, Valdas, Vladas, Voldemaras(Lithuanian) Vladimir, Vlado, Vlatko(Macedonian) Valdemar, Waldemar(Norwegian) Waldemar, Włodzimierz, Waldek, Włodek(Polish) Vladilen, Vladimir, Vladlen, Volodya, Vova(Russian) Vladimir, Vladan, Vlado, Vlatko(Serbian) Vladimir, Vlado(Slovene) Valdemar, Waldemar(Swedish) Volodymyr, Wolodymyr(Ukrainian)

Popularity

Name Days

Bulgaria: July 15 (as Vladimir)
Croatia: May 31 (as Vladimir)
Croatia: December 6 (as Vladimir)
Croatia: December 19 (as Vladimir)
France: July 15 (as Vladimir)
Slovakia: July 24
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