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This name derives from the ancient Germanic name “Þeudemar”, composed of two elements: from the Old High German “*þeudō” (a people, a nation) and from the Old Slavic “*mir" (*mirъ) mir (мир)” (peace, calm, tranquility, universe, world). In turn, the name means “the one who conveys peace among the people”. Theodemir was king of the Ostrogoths of the Amal Dynasty, and father of Theoderic the Great. He had two "brothers" actually brothers-in-law named Valamir and Videmir. Theodemir was Arian, while his wife Erelieva was Catholic and took the Roman Christian name Eusabic upon her baptism.
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