I would get annoyed that I laughed out loud in my cubicle, but nobody else is here today, so it doesn't matter. HA HA HA HAA!!!
BTW, Charlesferdinand, I just want you to know how much joy this list of yours has brought me. Thank you, and I hope you are not annoyed at the tenor of our comments. It's a sign of our sincere interest. :)
I second C_B's laughter and appreciation of the list, CF.
(But to return to, um, words, I'm still wondering: if Chlodo- is Germanic, how did it get impaled on the Slavic -mir? Is it possible that the Franks registered the Vlado- as their own beloved Chlodo-?)
Mir or Mer is Germanic as well, and has to do with fame, as in Theodomir, Waldemar, Ricimer etc. As Swentibold shows, the Franks didn't understand squat about Slavic names. Besides, were talking 5th Century here, when there wasn't a lot Frankish-Slavic interaction.
Thanks for your patience, CF (and everyone), with my abnormal Slavophilia. I will try to keep it under control. You're right, Archduke (sorry, I can't resist calling you that – after all, I do live in Carniola). The 5th century is a little too early for at least West Frankish-Slavic interaction. But there was plenty of interaction with other Germanic types, as can be seen by all the Germanic borrowings in Old Slavic.