|Variant form(s)||Ademir (Brazil)|
Ademar is a masculine Germanic name, ultimately derived from Audamar, as is the German form Otmar. It was in use in medieval France, Latinized as Adamarus, and in modern times has been popular in French, Spanish and Portuguese-speaking countries. A feminine form Adamardis seems to have been in use from the 10th century, reduced to Aanord, Aenor by the 12th.
- Ademar de Chabannes (d. 1034), French monk
- Ademar Jordan (d. 1212), French knight
- Guilhem Ademar (d. 1217), French troubadour
- Ademar lo Negre (d. 1219), French troubadour
- Ademar Caballero (born 1918), Brazilian swimmer
- Ademar José Gevaerd (born 1952), Brazilian ufologist
- Ademar Benítez (born 1956), Uruguayan footballer
- Ademar Marques (born 1959), Portuguese footballer
- Ademar da Silva Braga Júnior (born 1976), Brazilian footballer
- Ademar Rodríguez (born 1990), Mexican footballer
- Ademar Tavares Júnior (born 1980), Brazilian footballer
- Ademar dos Santos Batista (born 1983), Brazilian footballer
- Ademar Aparecido Xavier Júnior (born 1985), Brazilian footballer
- Barbé, Jean-Maurice (1994). Tous les prénoms. Guides Gisserot (in French). Paris: Éditions Jean-Paul Gisserot. p. 17. ISBN 978-2-87747-158-9. OCLC 464021747. Retrieved 2018-12-15.
- Albaigès Olivart, José María (1993). Diccionario de nombres de personas (in Spanish). Barcelona: Edicions Universitat de Barcelona. p. 25. ISBN 978-84-475-0264-6. OCLC 434643188. Retrieved 2018-12-15.
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