Theodemir (Spanish: Teodomiro), Theodemar, Theudemer (Latin: Theudemeres), or Theudimer (Arabic: Tudmir or Tadmir) was a Germanic name common among the various Germanic peoples of early medieval Europe. According to Smaragdus of Saint-Mihiel (9th century), the form Theudemar is Frankish and Theudemir is Gothic.
- Theodemir, Ostrogothic king
- Theodemar, Suevic king
- Theodemar of Iria, bishop of Iria.
- Theudemeres, Frankish king
- Theudimer, Visigothic nobleman
- Theodemar of Monte Cassino, Benedictine abbot of Monte Cassino
- W. Haubrichs, in discussion of D. H. Green (2007), "Linguistic and Literary Traces of the Ostrogoths", The Ostrogoths from the Migration Period to the Sixth Century: An Ethnographic Perspective, Sam J. Barnish and Federico Marazzi, edd., part of Studies in Historical Archaeoethnology, Volume 7, Giorgio Ausenda, series ed. (Oxford: Boydell Press, ISBN 978-1-84383-074-0.), p. 409.
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