Edmund

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Edmund II

noun
("Ironside") a.d. c980–1016, English king 1016: defeated by Canute.
Also, Eadmund II.

Edmond

[ed-muhnd]
noun
1.
a town in central Oklahoma.
2.
Also, Edmund. a male given name: from Old English words meaning “rich, happy” and “protection.”
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Edmund (ˈɛdmənd)
 
n
Saint, also called Saint Edmund Rich. 1175--1240, English churchman: archbishop of Canterbury (1234--40). Feast day: Nov 16.

Edmund I
 
n
?922--946 ad, king of England (940--946)

Edmund II
 
n
called Edmund Ironside. ?980--1016, king of England in 1016. His succession was contested by Canute and they divided the kingdom between them

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Edmund
male proper name, O.E. Ead-mund, lit. "prosperity-protector." The second element is related to L. manus "hand" (see manual).
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