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*aþalaz / *alða- / *aldaz *maru- > Adalmar / Aldemar
This name derives from Old High German name “Athalmar, Adalmar and Aldemar,” composed of two elements: “*aþalaz,” meaning “noble, nobleman, aristocratic, eminent, glorious, excellent” or from “*alða- / *aldaz,” meaning “old, grown-up” plus “*maru-” (famous). The name means “famous noble, of distinguished nobility, of great nobility.” Elimar Klebs (1852–1918) was a German historian of ancient history. He was the brother of Georg Klebs. Elimar was born in Braunsberg (Braniewo), Prussia. He studied in Berlin under Theodor Mommsen and Heinrich von Treitschke, receiving his doctorate in 1876 and his habilitation in 1883.


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