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Gender: Male Meaning of Casimir: "destroyer of peace" Origin of Casimir: Polish and Slavic

The name Casimir is a boy's name of Polish origin meaning "destroyer of peace". Casimir and is often added to lists like Unique Boy Names: Unusual and Rare and discussed in our forums with posts like "Quick Question Thread?!".

From the experts:

Casimir, a traditional name of Polish kings, would have problems assimilating here. But like Leopold and Laszlo, Casimir is strong and exotic and worth considering if you've got an adventurous streak -- and bet your son will too.

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Popularity

Casimir is #346 on Nameberry

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Famous People Named Casimir

Pop Culture References for the name Casimir

Kasimer, Casmir, Kazmer

Casimir's International Variations

Kazimir (Czech) Kasimir (German) Casimiro (Spanish)

Comments

daggalexandra Says:

2017-09-28T22:58:05

Yes! I love it except for the meaning :(

indiefendi2 Says:

2017-04-19T01:45:14

Cool name to me, AWFUL meaning.

Peregrine19 Says:

2016-09-15T03:14:55

My son is Casimir. It was my husband's grandfather. We call him Caz, and it certainly fits. I love it.

LostKid Says:

2016-06-01T06:13:00

The meaning now reads "Destroyer of Peace"

FableJuno2222 Says:

2016-04-25T16:04:28

I love this name my nephew is called Casimir Benjamin. His nickname is Casi

actingfun Says:

2016-04-23T12:14:21

I love the name Casimir, especially with the nickname Caz. If anybody was wondering, the name is pronounced CAZ-i-meer. I know that was confusing when I first found it.

EW314 Says:

2016-02-08T11:32:54

GP which would make a fabulous middle, or a first if I could summon the courage to do it. Cas is a cute, strong nickname which feels very wearable.

EW314 Says:

2016-02-08T11:31:45

LOVE Cas and Casimir! Glad you love his name now - fabulous choice!

Kerri Says:

2016-01-16T02:01:05

My son's name is Casimir- my husband's parents are from Poland. I didn't like it at first, but now I'm in love with the name. So strong and unique. He goes by Cas or Casi.

kitchi1 Says:

2015-09-27T18:02:37

"Announcing Peace." What a great meaning.

LostMargaret Says:

2015-09-02T06:45:22

This is totally importable. Caz? YES. Plus a brilliant meaning and a really cool St. Casimir. I would feel a little uncomfortable using it without any Slavic connections, though...

strawberrydino Says:

2015-05-24T14:45:28

Casimir sounds strong & handsome, I love it!