Roland

Roland

Roland is an Old French name that has origins in German. The name is composed of the words “hrod,” meaning "fame" and “land,” meaning "territory.” Roland can be translated to "famous throughout the land." This heroic name was the basis of the poem “The Song of Roland,” which was written in the twelfth century and chronicled the life of the French hero.

Similar Names: Rolan, Rowland

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