Aethel

Elmer

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un prénom

dérivant initialement du Vieil anglais "aethel" (noble) et "maer" (fameux), il fut adopté en tant que prénom au XIXe siècle, de façon plus populaire aux États-Unis. Il désigner :

Personnes :

  • Elmer Bernstein (1922-2004), un compositeur de musiques de film américain,
  • Elmer Tazartez Celebre chanteur et leader de la Earlobes Company

un patronyme

autre

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