Name Adgar - meaning, origin, popularity 

Adgar name meaning

What does Adgar mean?

Gender: Boy
Origin: Anglo-Saxon
Usage: English
Pronunciation: \"pronunciation
Meaning: Happy Spear and Wealthy pear
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Substantially used in English, Adgar is rooted from Anglo-Saxon and is aimed at boys, meaning of Adgar is "Happy Spear or Wealthy pear".

Variants of Adgar

Adger

Names that rhyme with Adgar

How popular is the name Adgar?

Adgar is a familiar baby name in Brazil. As per our research, over 100 people has been named Adgar globally, concentrated mainly in Spanish regions.

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What numerology tells about Adgar?

You deserve the best because you are simply the best. In order to become someone worth admiring, you have to put some of your talents to work. Your creativity allows you to express your emotions. Use your gut around people. Your soul is so sensitive that it allows you to feel other people's pain and suffering. You are outgoing and fun but there are times when you prefer solitude over party and books over people.

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