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Guard of Riches, Protector of Wealth
Characteristics of Eduardo
Etymology & Historical Origin - Eduardo
Eduardo is primarily the Spanish equivalent of the old English name Edward (the Portuguese typically use Duarte). Edward is one of the oldest English given names of Saxon origin and thus dates back to before the Norman Conquest (1066). It’s one of the few instances in which England provided a new name to continental Europe rather than the other way around. Edward (originally Ēadweard in Old England) comes from the Olde English words “ēad” meaning ‘prosperity, riches’ and “weard” meaning ‘guard’ so the name essentially means ‘Guard of Riches’ or ‘Protector of Wealth.’ The Spanish most certainly have been using the name since the Middle Ages and it’s currently a Top 100 choice in Spain.
Popularity of the Name Eduardo
The name Eduardo has been in use in America since the late 19th century and it’s been making slow and quiet progress ever since. It seems to jump about 100 positions on the U.S. popularity charts every decade until today when it’s lingering closer to a Top 100 spot. Also, Eduardo is not too far behind its English counterpart Edward on the charts. The growing Hispanic population in the United States is clearly driving up the name’s popularity. Leave it to the Spanish. Their versions of English names are jazzed up by the lovely tenor of their romance language. Eduardo is yet another example of this. The name is already a Top 100 choice in Texas, California, Arizona and Nevada – states where there is a high concentration of people with Hispanic or Latino origin.
Popularity of the Boy Name Eduardo
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Cultural References to the Baby Name - Eduardo
Literary Characters of the Baby Name Eduardo
Eduardo We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Eduardo.
Popular Songs on Eduardo
Eduardo - We cannot find any well-known or significantly popular songs featuring the name Eduardo.
Children's Books on the Baby Name Eduardo
Eduardo: Cumpleaños en la Piscina (Rosemary Wells) - Edward is invited to a swimming party, but he isn't quite ready to give up his water wings. Through this lovable bear cub, children learn that not everybody is ready for the same things at the same time. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Famous People Named Eduardo
Famous People Named Eduardo - Eduardo Carvalho (soccer player known simply as Eduardo); Eduardo Kingman (Ecuadorian artist/painter); Eduardo Lonardi (former President of Argentina); Eduardo Noriega (Spanish actor); Eduardo Paolozzi (sculptor); Eduardo Schwank (tennis player)
Children of Famous People Named Eduardo
Famous People who Named their Son Eduardo - We cannot find any celebrities or famous people who have named their child Eduardo.
Eduardo - Boy Baby Name - Historic Figures
Eduardo - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Eduardo.
Personality of the Boy Name Eduardo
The number Five personality loves the excitement of life and can easily adapt to all situations. As natural adventurers, these personalities thrive on the new and unexpected and prefer to be in constant motion. It makes them feel alive. They'll stir up some action if there's not enough around, and as inherent risk-takers they enjoy pushing the envelope. Naturally rebellious, the Five personality has no fear and never resists change. Traveling and new experiences feed their souls. Fives are very social and attract friends with ease. People love to be around the Five fun-loving and exciting energy. This is also a lucky number in numerology (like the Threes), so fortune seems to shine on them, helped along by their own optimism and good-nature. Fives have a quick wit, a cerebral mind, and are generally very persuasive.
Variations of the Baby Name - Eduardo