The name Ismar is quite multi-cultural - its origin can be traced back to many languages and cultures. The meaning of Ismar varies from language to language. In Hebrew, it is the name of the son of Aaron, who was the brother of Moses and the Israeli priesthood head. The meaning of Ismar is 'sword bearer', 'blackismith' and 'iron merchant' in Old German, mostly referring to a warrior or craftsman, 'purity' and 'honesty' in Bosnian, and 'famous', 'ice' and 'sea' in Nordic. The name Ismar is quite popular in the United Kingdom and in Canada, though it is prevalent in many other European countries due to its historic roots. Ismar is also a Jewish variation of the name Itamar, the Hebrew name of Aaron's youngest son in the Bible. In Hebrew, the name means 'date island', as a compound of the words 'island' and 'palm date tree'. Ismar is a beautiful name that can be given to babies in all parts of the world due to its diverse origin and history.