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What does Eudard mean?

Eudard Pronunciation of Eudard [eu-dard] as a name for boys is an Old English name, and the name Eudard means "wealthy guard". Eudard is a variant form of Edward (Old English).

Associated with: old english, wealthy, guard (defender).


Eudard has 5 variants: Eadward, Edouard, Eduard, Eduarde and Eideard.

7 more different relations via Edward: Eadbhard, Edoardo, Eduardo, Edvard, Edwardo, Edwards and Ewart.

Creative forms:
(male) Eldard, Endard, ..

(female) Euda, ..

Middle name pairings:
Eudard Tenzin (E.T.), ..

How popular is Eudard?

Eudard is an unusual first name for males. Eudard is an equivalently unusual last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related boy names. Eduardo (#251 via latest list), Edward (#158), Edwardo and Ewart are the popular related forms of Eudard (outside Top 2000). Usage of these forms of Eudard was more pronounced during 1880-1889 (usage of 2.1%) and has become significantly lower since (usage 0.2%, down 90%), with the version Edward becoming less fashionable. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Eduardo, Edward, Edwardo, Ewart in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Edward outside U.S.

Similar Names

Eudard is pronounced similarly to Woodard. Other suggested similar names are Adlard, Alard, Alhard (see Allard), Aliard, Allard, Asgard, Bard, Bayard, Buford, Burgard, Burnard, Card, Dard, Eadgar, Earl, Eckard, Eckhard, Edan, Edd, Eder, Edgar, Edgard, Edgardo, Edmar, Edred, Eginard (see Eginhard), Eidan, Einar, Einhard, Ejnar, Elder, Eldor, Eldrid, Elgar, Ellar, Ellard, Ellary, Elmar, Elrad, Enda, Ender, Erhard, Erhardt, Erhart, Erland, Euan, Euclid, Eudel, Eumann, Eunan, Eusaio (see Eusebius), Evart, Evrard, Ewald, Eward, Ezar, Gard, Gerard, Girard, Godard, Haward, Hazard, Hobard, Howard, Hubbard, Hulbard (see Hulbert), Jarard, Jerard, Lenard, Menard, Renard, Rikard, Rudyard and Ward. These names tend to be more frequently used than Eudard.

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