Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. vlu-DYI-myi-rus
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Meaning & History

Lithuanian form of Vladimir.

Related Names

DiminutiveVladas
Other Languages & CulturesWaldomar(Ancient Germanic) Valdimárr(Ancient Scandinavian) Uladzimir(Belarusian) Vladimir, Vlado(Bulgarian) Vladimir, Vlado, Vlatko(Croatian) Vladimír, Vladan(Czech) Valdemar, Waldemar(Danish) Valdemar, Valto(Finnish) Vladimer, Lado(Georgian) Waldemar(German) Vladimirs, Voldemārs, Valdis(Latvian) Vladimir, Vlado, Vlatko(Macedonian) Waldemar(Norwegian) Waldemar, Włodzimierz, Waldek, Włodek(Polish) Vladimir, Volodya, Vova(Russian) Vladimir, Vladan, Vlado, Vlatko(Serbian) Vladimír, Vladan, Vlado(Slovak) Vladimir, Vlado(Slovene) Valdemar, Waldemar(Swedish) Volodymyr, Wolodymyr(Ukrainian)

Entry updated April 25, 2021