Why is Caspar important?



Caspar David Friedrich (5 September 1774 – 7 May 1840) was a 19th-century German Romantic landscape painter, generally considered the most important German artist of his generation.



Caspar David Friedrich
Died 7 May 1840 (aged 65) Dresden, Kingdom of Saxony, German Confederation
Nationality German
Known for Painting

What does Caspar mean?

Keeper of the treasure

In Persian Baby Names the meaning of the name Caspar is: Keeper of the treasure. Caspar was one of Three Magi who traveled from afar to find the baby Jesus.

How rare is the name Casper?






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Where is the name Casper popular?





Popular in the Netherlands and Scandinavia, where it’s sometimes shortened to Cas, Casper could ride the style coattails of cousin Jasper. Casper was one of the Three Magi who brought gifts to the infant Jesus along with Melchior and Balthasar.

When was the name Casper popular?

In the Casper spelling, the name was quite popular in the U.S. near the end of the nineteenth century, peaking in 1889 at Number 332, but it dropped off the list completely in 1933. It still retains its popularity in Scandinavia and Belgium.

What does Casper mean in the Bible?

Name origin



The name Caspar or Casper is derived from “Gaspar” which in turn is from an ancient Chaldean word, “Gizbar”, which according to Strong’s Concordance means “treasurer”. The form “Gizbar” appears in the Hebrew version of the Old Testament Book of Ezra (1:8).

Is Casper a Viking name?

More info about the name “Casper”



Casper is a Dutch and Scandinavian variant of Jasper. Jasper originates in Persian language and means “king of the treasure”.

What does calling someone Casper mean?



Casper (plural Caspers) (offensive, slang, ethnic slur) A white person. quotations ▼

What does Casper mean in Greek?

Meaning: “treasurer; treasure bringer.” Caspar, Casper and Jasper are Greek corruptions of an ancient Chaldean or Persian word, gizbar, which means “treasurer.” In modern Hebrew, gizbar is still the word for “treasurer.”