Edmund (given name)

Edmund (given name)

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Edmund (from Anglo-Saxon, Eadmund, derived from words meaning "wealth" and "protection") is a male given name. It can refer to:
*Edmund Goulding
*Edmund Hillary
*Edmund Muskie
*Edmund Blackadder, a fictional character from Blackadder
*Edmund Pevensie, from The Chronicles of Narnia
*Edmund (Eddie) Dickens, from The Eddie Dickens Trilogy by Philip Ardagh
*Edmund (King Lear) from Shakespeare's King Lear

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