feminine Casimira

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Name Root:
kazati > kazić *mir" / mir > Kazimierz
This name derives from the Polish name “Kazimierz,” composed of two Slavic elements: “kazać,” from the Proto-Slavic *kazati (казати) (to order, to tell someone to do something, proclaim, preaching) plus “*mir” (*mirъ) mir ‎(мир)” (peace, calm, tranquility, universe, world). In turn, the name means “the one who proclaims and preaches peace.” Some scholars translate this name as “the one who reveals or establishes peace.” Other sources translate this name as a “proclamation of peace.” Several Polish kings have borne this name, including Casimir III the Great and Saint Casimir, a patron saint of Poland and Lithuania. The name came into use in Western Europe via Germany, where some royalty used it. The female forms are Casimira, Kazimiera, Kazimira, and Kasimira.


medieval Slavic (Latinized)
medieval Slavic (Latinized)

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Numerological Values: #1

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Chakra Number: #1
Root Chakra "Muladhara"

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Color meaning: Red

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