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Name Oliver - Meaning and origin

Name Oliver - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

Anglo-Saxon

Meaning of the name:

Anglo-Saxon form of Olivier. From the Latin word "oliva", olive. Saint Olivier Plunket, Irish born in 1629, was archbishop and then primate of Ireland. At that time, the Royal Government of England dispossessed the Irish of their lands to give them to the Protestant English he installed on the Catholic island. Accused of having prepared the landing of French soldiers in Ireland and having taxed his clergy to set up an army, he was condemned to "be hanged, emptied and dismembered". His birthday: July 12th.

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