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Meaning of the Name Edmund

The first name Edmund is of Shakespearean, French, English, Teutonic, Anglo Saxon origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Shakespearean: 'King Henry Iv, ' Earl of March. 'King Henry Vi, Iii' Edmund, Earl of Rutland and Son to Richard Plantagenet. 'Tragedy of King Lear' Edmund, Bastard Son to Gloucester. 'King Richard the Second' Edmund
French: Prosperous Protector
English: Protector
Teutonic: Rich Protection, Another Form is Edmond, Good-natured, Timid, Cheerful
Anglo Saxon: Wealthy Defender
English: Wealthy Guardian; Happy Defender
English: Wealthy Protection; Derived from the Old English Eadmund (Wealthy Protection), a Name Composed of the Elements Ead (Prosperity, Riches, Fortune) and Mund (Hand, Protection). Short Names: Ed. Pet Names

Similar Names

Eadmund | Edmond | Edmondo | Edmundo | Edmanda | Edmonda | Edmunda |

Related Names

Eames  (Irish)
'Prosperous Protector.' Variant of Edmund
Eamon  (Irish)
Guardian. The Irish Form of Edmund. Famous Bearer: Irish Statesman Eamon Dc Valera; Eamonn Andrews, Presenter of the Television Programme 'This is Your Life'
Edmee  (French)
Feminine Form of Edmund
Edmondo  (Italian)
Italian Form of Edmund 'Prosperous'
Edmunda  (Anglo Saxon)
Wealthy Defender
Edmunda  (English)
Rich Benefactress
Edmundo  (Spanish)
Wealthy Protector
Edmundo  (French)
Prosperous Protector
Edmundo  (English)
Prosperous Protector
Eumann  (Gaelic)
Wealthy Protection, a Gaelic Form of Edmund. (Yoo-mun)
Langley  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry Iv, ' Earl of March. 'King Henry Vi, Iii' Edmund, Earl of Rutland and Son to Richard Plantagenet. 'Tragedy of King Lear' Edmund, Bastard Son to Gloucester. 'King Richard the Second' Edmund
March  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry Iv, Part ' Edmund Mortimer, Earl of March. 'King Henry the Sixth, Part Iii' Edward, Earl of March and Son to Richard Plantagenet, Afterwards King Edward Iv
Mortimer  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry Iv, Part ' Earl of March. 'Henry Vi, Part ' Edmund Mortimer, Earl of March. 'King Henry the Sixth, Part Iii' Sir John Mortimer, Uncle to the Duke of York
Raedmund  (English)
Red Haired Defender
Redmond  (English)
Protected by Reeds (Redmund)
Redmund  (English)
Red Haired Defender
Redmund  (Teutonic)
Wise Protector
Rutland  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry Iv, Part ' Earl of March. Scroop. 'King Henry the Sixth, Part Iii' Edmund, Earl of Rutland and Son to Richard Plantagenet
Tedman  (English)
Refers to St. Edmund. Also Abbreviation of Theodore
Tedmund  (Teutonic)
Defender of the Nation
Tedmund  (English)
National Protector
Tedmund  (Anglo Saxon)
Wealthy Defender

Additional Names

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