Berengar is a masculine name of some popularity among certain noble families during the Middle Ages, especially the Unruochings and those related. Bérenger is the French form and Berengario the Italian. The Latin form is Berengarius - compare the feminine equivalent, Berengaria. The name ultimately derived from Germanic roots meaning "bear" and "spear" (cf. Geir, Gerald).
- Berengar of Toulouse
- Berengar I of Neustria
- Berengar II of Neustria
- Berengar I of Italy
- Berengar II of Italy
- Berengar of Tours, theologian
- Berengar, Bishop of Venosa
- Henry Berengar, sometimes numbered as Henry VI
- Juhel Berengar
Berenguer is the Catalan form of the name. Berenguier/Berengier is the Occitan.
It's also a compound name with "Raymond" in the family of the counts of Barcelona and Provence.
Berenger, Bérenger, Bérangier, or Beringer may refer to:
- Alphonse-Marie-Marcellin-Thomas Bérenger, French lawyer (1785–1866)
- Berenger Fredoli, French bishop (c. 1250–1323)
- Bérenger Saunière, French priest (1852–1917)
- Beringer Vineyards
- Casimiro Berenguer, the Puerto Rican Nationalist during the Ponce Massacre
- Paul Bérenger, Mauritian politician (born 1945)
- Tom Berenger, American actor (born 1949)
- Henry Bérenger, French senator, 1912–45; ambassador to the United States, 1926-28.
- Josep Renau Berenguer (1907-1982), Spanish artist
- Bérenger, a character in the play Rhinoceros by Eugène Ionesco
- Bearenger, a character in Tails Sky Patrol
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