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Audovacar (Audawakrs, also Odovacar) is a Germanic name, from the elements aud- "wealth, prosperity" and wakar "awake; vigilant" The name is recorded as Odoacer as borne by a Gothic leader in the 5th century. The medieval German form was Ottokar, whence the Czech Otakar, Otokar.
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