Lothair (Latin "Lotharius"; German "Lothar"; French "Lothaire") is a Germanic given name, derived from the older form Clotaire ("Chlotharius"). It can refer to the following people:

* Lothair I (795–855), a King of Italy and Holy Roman Emperor
* Lothair II of Lotharingia (825–869), a king, son of Lothair I
* Lothair, son of Charles the Bald, Abbot of Saint-Germain-des-Prés
* Lothair of Italy (died 950), a King of Italy
* Lothair of France (941–986), a King of France
* Lothair III, Holy Roman Emperor (1075–1137)

Lothair can also refer to:

* Lothair, Georgia, an unincorporated town in the United States
* Lothair, Mpumalanga, a town in South Africa
* "Lothair" (novel), an 1870 novel by Benjamin Disraeli

The Italian form Lotterio could refer to:
*Lotterio Filangieri I
*Lotterio Filangieri II

ee also

* Lothar

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  • Lothair I — Infobox Monarch name =Lothair I title = Holy Roman Emperor and King of Italy caption = reign =As Emperor: 817 855; As King of Italy: 818 855 As King of Middle Francia: 843 855 coronation =By his father: 817, Aix la Chapelle; By Pope Paschal I: 5… …   Wikipedia

  • Lothair — Lo•thair [[t]loʊˈθɛər, ˈtɛər[/t]] n. 1) anh big Lothair I, a.d. 795?–855, emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 840–855 (son of Louis I) 2) big Lothair II(“the Saxon”), c1070–1137, emperor of the Holy Roman Empire and king of the Germans 1125–37 …   From formal English to slang

  • Lothair II — /loʊˈθɛə/ (say loh thair) noun ( Lothair the Saxon ), c. 1070–1137, Holy Roman Emperor 1125–37 …  

  • Lothair III, Holy Roman Emperor — Lothair III of Supplinburg (1075 ndash; 1137), was Duke of Saxony (1106), King of Germany (1125), and Holy Roman Emperor from 1133 to 1137. He was the son of Count Gebhard of Supplinburg.A note on the ordinalThe numbering of German rulers… …   Wikipedia

  • Lothair of France — Lothair ( fr. Lothaire; 941 ndash; 986), sometimes called Lothair IV, [Riche, Pierre, The Carolingians (see index).] was the Carolingian king of West Francia (10 September 954 ndash; 1 March 986), son of Louis IV and Gerberga of Saxony.RegencyHe… …   Wikipedia

  • Lothair Udo II, Margrave of the Nordmark — Lothair Udo II (c. 1025 ndash; 1082) was the Count of Stade and Margrave of the Nordmark from 1057 until his death. He was the only son of Lothair Udo I of the Udonids and Adelaide of Rheinfelden. The power base of his family lay around Harsefeld …   Wikipedia

  • Lothair II of Italy — Lothair II (926/928 ndash;22 November 950), often Lothair of Arles , was the King of Italy from 948 to his death. [He was co king with his father from 931.] He was of the noble Frankish lineage of the Bosonids, descended from Boso of Provence.… …   Wikipedia

  • Lothair, Margrave of the Nordmark — Lothair or Liuthar (died 25 January 1003) was the Margrave of the Northern March from 983 until his death. He was the Count of Walbeck as Lothair III, son and successor of Lothair II and Matilda von Arneburg. He was a paternal uncle of Thietmar… …   Wikipedia

  • Lothair (clipper) — Lothair was an iron hulled clipper ship of 794 tons, built in 1869 by William Walker at Rotherhithe for their own shipping business. In 1873, she was purchased by Killick, Martin Co. and sailed to ports like London, New York, Yokohama and Hong… …   Wikipedia

  • Lothair, Georgia — Lothair is an unincorporated community in Treutlen County, Georgia, United States. It lies along State Route 199 a short distance north of its intersection with State Route 46, to the southwest of the city of Soperton, the county seat of Treutlen …   Wikipedia

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