It's a word in Esperanto that means herald. Emissary, messenger, sent, spokesman, preacher.
It is one of the most common variations of Haroldo, which in turn means "the command of the army", "the power of the warriors". This name has been documented since the 1st century, so its historical tradition is quite extensive. C
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