Dictionary of Medieval Names
from European Sources

Balthasar m. Hebrew בלשאצר, Phoenician 𐤓𐤅𐤔𐤅-𐤓𐤀𐤔-𐤕𐤀𐤋𐤀𐤁 'God protects the king'.

The traditional name of one of the three Magi. Wycliffite Bible (1395): Balthasar.

England
Dutch
1576 Baltasar AuFr Deick; 1591 Balthasar ibid. Fabri
Early Modern English
1549 Baltasar StAnthonlin p. 7; 1588 Baltazar DEmar-vol2 p. 16
France
Latin
1378 Baltasor (gen) hanquetvol1 527, Balthasar (nom) ibid. 591
Middle French
1418 Balthasar HGParis p. 386
Germany
Latin
1401 balthasar (dat) HD1401 no. 226
Early New High German
1413 Balthazar (nom) mairhofer DCXCVI; 1497 Baltasar Nurn1497 1118, Baltsar ibid. 1414
Italy
Latin
1464 Baldasal (nom) CUP-III-I CCXXXI; 1527 Balthassar (nom) Rome1527 p. 84
Spain
Latin
1487 Balthasar (nom) carbonell-I p. 10; 1488 Baltasar (nom) ibid. p. 21, Baltasaris (gen) ibid. p. 25; 1490 Baltasaris (gen) ibid. p. 43; 1491 Baltasar (nom) ibid. p. 62, Baltasaris (gen) ibid. p. 65; 1492 Baltasaris (gen) ibid. p. 66
Catalan
1510 Baltasar valencia1510 3825, Balthasar ibid. 438
Spanish
1575 Baltasar Catalogo-5.2 3818; 1576 Baltasar ibid. 3930
Cite as: J. Uckelman, S.L. Uckelman. "Balthasar". In S.L. Uckelman, ed. The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Edition 2016, no. 4. http://dmnes.org/2016/4/name/Balthasar.