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Name Oscar - Meaning and origin

Name Oscar - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

Ancient, French, Germanic

Meaning of the name:

From the Ans Germanic deity, and from gari, "the spear", means "warrior protected by the gods".
St. Oscar or Anschaire was a missionary Benedictine monk from Benin, bishop of the city of Bremen. He gained a reputation as a miracle worker before his death in 635.
This name was popular in the nineteenth century in the good Anglo-Saxon society. This is the name of the son of former Miss France Sylvie Tellier.
It was worn by two kings from Sweden and Norway.
His birthday: February 3rd.
Its derivatives: Ansgaine, Ansgar, Ocky, Osgar, Ossy.
Famous Oscar winners Oscar Wilde, Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, fashion designer Oscar de la Renta, footballer Oscar Ramirez ...

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