Edmond

city, Oklahoma county, central Oklahoma, U.S., immediately north of Oklahoma City. Writer Washington Irving visited the site now known as Edmond in ...
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Edmond

Edmond, city (1990 pop. 52,315), Oklahoma co., central Okla.; settled 1889. It is a trading center with a huge oil field and small industries that manufacture concrete, petroleum products, and other goods. The city's population nearly tripled from 1970 to 1990. The Univ. of Central Oklahoma is in Ed...
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Edmond

Edmond is a French name for boys. The meaning is `the persistent protector` The name Edmond is most commonly given to French boys. (2 times more often than to American boys.) What do they use in other countries? Eddie (English) Eduardo (Spanish) Eddy (English) Edi (Albanian) Edward (English, Polish) Emon The name sounds like: Edmondo, Edmonde, Edmo...
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Edmond

[1833] The Edmond was a chartered passenger sailing vessel that sank of the coast of Kilkee, Co. Clare on 19 November 1850. It was built in Granville, Nova Scotia in 1833, a small community near Annapolis Royal, a town that became famous for wooden shipbuilding during the 1800s. At the time of the disaster it was owned by John Arnott and Ge...
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