Gernot

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Gernot is a German masculine given name, derived from Old High German "ger" (spear) and "khnoton" (to brandish). It is rare, but still in use in German speaking countries today.

Gundomar I, King of the Burgundians c. 407–411 is named Gernot (sometimes Gernoz) in the Nibelungenlied.

Notable people called Gernot[edit]