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Origin of the name DAGMAR.
Etymology of the name DAGMAR.
Meaning of the baby name DAGMAR.

  

DAGMAR.  Not from the Norse, but of Bohemian origin, a feminine form of Dragomir (which see for more), meaning "dear peace."  Usage: America, Australia, Austria, British Columbia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Slovakia, Sweden.
    Dagmar (d. 2001), a 1950s American actress and model.  Dagmar Krause, a German singer.  Dagmar Havlová, a Czech actress.  Dagmar Hansen (d. 1959), was a Danish cabaret singer.  Dagmar Möller (d. 1956), was a Swedish soprano singer.  Dagmar Berne (d. 1900), was the first female to study medicine in Australia. (Wiki)

    Dagmar—the favourite queen of the Danes, whose only fault was lacing her sleeves on a Sunday—is called only by her epithet, Danes' joy.  Her true name was Margaret of Bohemia, and the Danish princess Dagmar, who was christened after her, was on her Russian marriage called Mari. (History of Christian Names, Yonge, 1884).

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