Lars Name Meaning and Origin

Lars is a Boy name. The name is originated from ‘Latin’ origin. The baby name Lars means “City Of Laurels”.


Lars Origin:

Origin of the name is: “Latin”



Lars is a Boy name.



The pronunciation of the name is: “LAHRZ”


Lars Name Meaning:

Lars is a Scandinavian and Dutch diminutive of Laurence, ultimately derived from Laurentius. Laurentius originates in Latin language and is derived from Laurentum, a city in ancient Italy.



It is a Christian baby name.





Variations or similar name:

Laris, Larris, Larse, Larsen, Larson, Larsson, Larz, Lasse, Laurans, Laurits, Lavrans, Lorens


Famous people with this name:

Lars Ulrich, Danish-American drummer for metal band Metallica;

Lars von Trier, Danish film director;

Lars Erik Frederiksen (born Lars Everett Dapello), Danish-American guitarist/vocalist for punk band Rancid as well as Lars and The Bastards;

Lars Krutak, American anthropologist;

Lars Mikkelsen, Danish actor;

Lars Onsager, winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry;

Lars Peter Hansen, winner of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics ;

Lars Porsenna, an Etruscan king that fought with the Romans at one point ca. 509 BC;

Lars Vandeven, son of Tia Hellebaut & Wim Vandeven;

Lars Gerard Gibson (b. 2017), son of American actor and filmmaker Mel Gibson




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