masc. proper name, from Medieval Latin Casimirus from Polish Kazimierz, literally "proclaimer of peace," from kazać "to preach" + mir "peace" (see Mir).
Examples from the Web for casimir
The following letter is to her half-brother Hippolyte, who used to be Casimir's drinking companion.
Throughout the whole of this fruitless insurrection Casimir Stanislaus Gzowski played a conspicuous part.The Canadian Portrait Gallery Volume 3|John Charles Dent
The noble youths carried Casimir on their shoulders to the carriage, and set him down on the back seat.Tales From Jkai|Mr Jkai
Prince Casimir Lubomirski was a passionate lover of music, and published various compositions.Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician|Frederick Niecks
And the feeling of rage and disgust against Casimir had totally disappeared.In a German Pension|Katherine Mansfield