Other Origin(s):German, Hungarian, Irish, Latin
Help baby fly to the highest of heights with help from the name Koloman. This masculine name has Swiss-German roots, thanks to the country’s influence from Germany, trading with Hungary, and long-standing Latin connections. Coming from the Irish name Colm and Latin word _cŏlumba_, it translates to “dove,” attaching baby to a symbol of peace, freedom, and innocence. A popular holder of this name was Koloman of Stockerau, an Irish saint who has churches in Austria, Hungary, and Germany dedicated to him. Since saint names are popular in Switzerland, it’s a lovely choice to connect baby to their roots and share your faith. As your little one grows into their feathers and strengthens their wings, the name Koloman can always keep them in flight.

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