GæiRmarr meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Old Norse, Norwegian, Spanish, Middle, English and Arabic
Usage: Old Norse
Meaning: Spear, Stone Wall and Sea
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The boy name GæiRmarr came from Old Norse is used in Old Norse. GæiRmarr is compound of GEIR and unconventional MAR. MAR is variation of Marlow. Also MAR is variation of Marr. MAR is also a form of Names Containing the Name Element Marr.

Variants of GæiRmarr

Adalger, Geirahǫð, Agimar, Aldiger, Aimar

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GæiRmarr is an extremely rare name around the globe.

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