Edward

Edward is a son of the King in King Henry VI part II and in King Henry VI part III.
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Edward

[mango] The `Edward` mango is a named mango cultivar that originated in south Florida. == History == During the early 20th century, Edward Simmonds was the head of the USDA`s Plant Introduction Station in Miami, Florida. Due to the problems encountered with Indian-descended mango cultivars in Florida relating to their poor disease resistanc...
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Edward

Meaning as a surname: Prosperity/happiness guardian.
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Edward

(1330-1376) Prince of Wales, eldest son of Edward III of England. The epithet (probably posthumous) may refer to his black armour. During the Hundred Years' War he fought at the Battle of Crécy in 1346 and...
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Edward

noun son of Edward III who defeated the French at Crecy and Poitiers in the Hundred Years` War (1330-1376)
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Edward

Anglo-Saxon king in England, the son of Alfred the Great. As ruler of the West Saxons, or Wessex, from 899 to 924, Edward extended his authority over ... [5 related articles]
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Edward

king of England from 975 to 978. His reign was marked by a reaction against the promonastic policies of his father and predecessor, King Edgar ...
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Edward

king of England from 1042 to 1066. Although he is often portrayed as a listless, ineffectual monarch overshadowed by powerful nobles, Edward ... [10 related articles]
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Edward

king of Portugal whose brief reign (1433–38) witnessed a strengthening of the monarchy through reform of royal land-grant laws, a continuation of ... [2 related articles]
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Edward

son of King John de Balliol of Scotland and claimant to the title of King of Scots, who was crowned in September 1332. Expelled in December 1332, he ... [4 related articles]
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Edward

Prince of Wales, eldest son of Edward III of England. The epithet (probably posthumous) may refer to his black armour. During the Hundred Years' War he fought at the Battle of Crécy in 1346 and captured the French king at Poitiers in 1356. He ruled Aquitaine from 1360 to 1371. In 1367 he invaded Castile and restored to the throne the depos...
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Edward

[ballad] Edward is a traditional murder ballad existing in several variants. In English its versions were collected by Francis James Child as Child ballad number 13. The Roud number is 200. ==Synopsis== A mother questions her son about the blood on his sword. He puts her off with claims that it is his hawk, his horse, in some combination, b...
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Edward

Edward is an English given name. It is derived from Old English words ead (meaning `wealth`, `fortune` or `prosperous`) and weard (meaning `guardian` or `protector`). It is one of the few Old English names to gain popularity in other parts of Europe and beyond for example, as Eduardo and Duarte in Spain and Portugal respectively. Other f...
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Edward

Edward is an English name for boys. The meaning is `the persistent protector` The name Edward is most commonly given to English and Welsh boys. Edward is at number 38 in the top 50 of English and Welsh boys (average of 10 years data) If it's too long you might use: Ed, Ned, Ted Use for the other sex: Eduarda What do they use in other countries? Edd...
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