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What does Edvard mean?

Edvard Pronunciation of Edvard as a boys' name has its root in Old English, and Edvard means "wealthy guard". Edvard is an alternate form of Edward (Old English).


ASSOCIATED WITH old english, wealthy, guard (defender)


RELATED FORMS VIA EDWARD Eadbhard, Eadward, Edoardo, Edouard, Eduard, Eduarde, Eduardo, Edvardas, Edwardo, Edwards, Eideard, Eudard, Ewart



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How popular is Edvard?

Edvard is a rare given name for males. Edvard is an equivalently unique last name too for all people. (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)

Which version is better?

Popular variation forms of Edvard (OUTSIDE TOP 2000) are Eduardo (#315 A YEAR AGO), Edward (#169), Edwardo and Ewart. These forms of Edvard were popular 138 years ago (MEDIAN #1502) and are now significantly less conventional (#1121, DOWN 91.2%), with the version Edward becoming less fashionable. (TOP BABY NAMES, 2018)

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

Suggested similar-sounding names are Adlard, Alard, Alhard (see Allard), Aliard, Allard, Asgard, Bard, Bayard, Brevard, Card, Dard, Eadgar, Earl, Eckard, Eckardt, Eckhard, Edan, Edbert, Edd, Eder, Edgar, Edgard, Edgardo, Edmar, Edmond, Edmund, Edmwnd (see Edmund), Ednan, Edred, Edvin, Eginard (see Eginhard), Eilad, Einar, Einhard, Ejnar, Elford, Elgar, Ellard, Ellary, Elrad, Elvern, Erhard, Erhart, Erland, Evald, Evaldo (see Everild), Evan, Evann, Evans, Evarado, Evart, Evarts, Everard, Evert, Evrard, Evraud (see Everard), Ewald, Eward, Ezar, Gard, Gerard, Goddard, Halvard, Harvard, Hazard, Howard, Jarard, Menard, Renard, Ricard, Rikard, Rudyard, Seward, Siward and Ward. These names tend to be more commonly used than Edvard.

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