A commonly made use of title since the embodiment of sexiness. Usually also linked to the adjectives "smart", "awesome" and " best".
Variant of Ansel: Follower, person who uses a nobleman.
Name Origin: French
Name Gender: Male
masc. correct title, from Latin Anselmus, from Old tall German Ansehelm, actually "having a divine helmet," from ansi "god" (see Asgard) + helm (see helm (n.2)).
an Italian who was a Benedictine monk; had been archbishop of Canterbury from 1093 to 1109; one of several creators of scholasticism; most commonly known for their evidence of the presence of Jesus
An important contribution to doctrine is contained in the Cur Deus Homo of Anselm of Canterbury.