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Edmund I

noun
1.
a.d. 921?–946, English king 940–946.
Also, Eadmund I.

Edmund II

noun
1.
("Ironside") a.d. c980–1016, English king 1016: defeated by Canute.

Edmond

[ed-muh nd] /ˈɛd mənd/
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/
noun
1.
Saint, also called Saint Edmund Rich. 1175–1240, English churchman: archbishop of Canterbury (1234–40). Feast day: Nov 16.

Edmund I

noun
1.
?922–946 ad, king of England (940–946)

Edmund II

noun
1.
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

masc. proper name, Old English Eadmund, literally "prosperity-protector." The second element is related to Latin manus "hand," from PIE *man- "hand" (see manual (adj.)).

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