masculine Acario

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Name Root:
“ăchăris > ăchărius
This name derives from the Latin “ăchăris > ăchărius,” meaning “ungainly, ungraceful, gawky.” This name remembers Saint Acharius of Noyon and Tournai, a monk of the Abbey of Luxeuil, who died in 639. The feast day is traditionally celebrated on November 27. The Acharius Medal is awarded for lifetime achievement in lichenology. The first Acharius Medal was made by the Royal Swedish Mint for the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in 1846, although the medal’s original purpose has not been recorded.



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