Agar meaning and origin
Used majorly in Norwegian, Swedish, Finnish and Danish, Agar means "He who Escaped" and is bestowed upon both genders is of Hebrew origin. Agar is form of biblical Hagar. Hagar has its origin in Arabic and Hebrew, Hagar means "Flight, One that Fears and Forsaken".
Variants of AgarNames that rhyme with Agar
Popularity of Agar
Agar is a common baby name in India while it is somewhat familiar in Brazil, Pakistan, Mongolia, Indonesia, Mexico and Bolivia. As per our estimate, over 5000 people has been named Agar globally.
Agar in Nordic countries
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What numerology tells about Agar?
Your great sense of humor makes you attractive in other people's eyes. You are an adventurer who likes to live on the edge but planning your future and your next moves make you feel secure. What fulfills your soul is your professional success. You are a hard worker who wants to give their best to accomplish more on a professional level. To have number 7 as your personality number means you are calm by nature and have a peaceful attitude about everything.
Go through the following names similar to Agar
- Manasse - Specifically used in Norwegian and Swedish, Manasse came from Hebrew is used as a boy name. Manasse is form of The Hebrew Name מְנַשֶּׁה Meaning to Forget in Latin language
- Dagne - Noteworthy and Conifer Dagnes origin is Old Norse used for baby girls is principally used in Finnish and Swedish. Dagne is equivalent of Dagny in Norwegian language
- Silje - Used majorly in Swedish, Scandinavian and Finnish new-fangled and acclaimed, Silje is used as a girl name. It is rooted from Latin, Silje means "Blind"
- Hanneli - Durable and Sky-scraping Mainstream girl name Hanneli is primarily used in Finnish and Swedish. Hanneli is form of Hanna in Finnish language
- Møller means Miller is used in Danish, Swedish and Finnish used as a boy name is rooted from Germanic and Old Norse
Namesakes of Agar
- Agar Rodney Adamson, Canadian politician