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Theodemir, Theodemar, Theudemer or Theudimer was a
Germanic Germanic may refer to: * Germanic peoples, an ethno-linguistic group identified by their use of the Germanic languages ** List of ancient Germanic peoples and tribes * Germanic languages :* Proto-Germanic language, a reconstructed proto-language of ...

Germanic
name common among the various
Germanic peoples The Germanic peoples were a historical group of people living in Central Europe and Scandinavia. Since the 19th century, they have traditionally been defined by the use of ancient and early medieval Germanic languages and are thus equated at le ...

Germanic peoples
of
early medieval The Early Middle Ages or Early Medieval Period, sometimes referred to as the Dark Ages, is typically regarded by historians as lasting from the late 5th or early 6th century to the 10th century. They marked the start of the Middle Ages ...
Europe. According to
Smaragdus of Saint-Mihiel Smaragdus of Saint-Mihiel ( 760 – c. 840) was a Benedictine monk of Saint Mihiel Abbey, near Verdun. He was a significant writer of homilies, and on the Rule of St Benedict. ''The New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature'allows the poss ...
(9th century), the form ''Theudemar'' is
Frankish Frankish may refer to: * Franks The Franks ( la, Franci or ) were a group of Germanic peoples The historical Germanic peoples (from lat, Germani) are a category of ancient northern European tribes, first mentioned by Graeco-Roman author ...
and ''Theudemir'' is
Gothic Gothic or Gothics may refer to: People and languages *Goths or Gothic people, the ethnonym of a group of East Germanic tribes **Gothic language, an extinct East Germanic language spoken by the Goths **Crimean Gothic, the Gothic language spoken by ...
.W. Haubrichs, in discussion of D. H. Green (2007), "Linguistic and Literary Traces of the Ostrogoths", ''The Ostrogoths from the Migration Period to the Sixth Century: An Ethnographic Perspective'', Sam J. Barnish and Federico Marazzi, edd., part of ''Studies in Historical Archaeoethnology'', Volume 7, Giorgio Ausenda, series ed. (Oxford: Boydell Press, .), p. 409. * Theodemer (Frankish king), early 5th century *
Theodemir (Ostrogothic king) Theodemir or Thiudimer was king of the Ostrogoths The Ostrogoths ( la, Ostrogothi, Austrogothi) were a Roman-era Germanic people. In the 5th century, they followed the Visigoths The Visigoths (; la, Visigothi, Wisigothi, Vesi, Visi, Wesi, Wi ...
(died 475), Ostrogothic king *
Theodemir (Suebian king) Theodemir or Theodemar (also ''Teodomiro'', la, Theodemirus; died 570) was one of the last Suevic kings of Galicia and one of the first Chalcedonian Christians to hold the title. He succeeded Ariamir sometime between the end of May 561 and the y ...
(died 570), Suevic King of Galicia *
Theodemir (Visigoth) Theodemir or Theudimer (died 743) was a Visigothic ''comes'' (count) prominent in the southeast of Carthaginensis (the region around Murcia Murcia (, , ) is a city in south-eastern Spain, the Capital (political), capital and most populous city of ...
(died 743), Visigothic nobleman * Theodemir (saint) (died 851), Spanish saint *
Theodemar of Monte CassinoTheodemir, Theodemar, Theudemer or Theudimer was a Germanic name common among the various Germanic peoples The historical Germanic peoples (from lat, Germani) are a category of ancient northern European tribes, first mentioned by Graeco-Roman ...
(), abbot of Monte Cassino * Theodemir of Iria (died 847), bishop of Iria Flavia * Theodemir (bishop of Mondoñedo), flourished 972–77


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TeodomiroTeodomiro is a masculine given name which may refer to: * Theodemir (Suebian king) (Spanish: Teodomiro) (died 570), King of Galicia * Teodomiro (bishop of Mondoñedo), Roman Catholic Bishop of Mondoñedo from 972 to 977 * Teodomiro Menéndez (1879 ...
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