If Edward is wholesome, Eduardo—the Spanish form of the name—is exotic. Like Edward, Eduardo is derived from the Old English Eadweard, meaning “wealthy guardian.” While Edward has been around since at least the 11th century, Eduardo dates to the Middle Ages. It’s been an American favorite since the late 19th century and is especially used in California, Texas and other states with a concentration of Americans with Latino roots. Eduardo Vargas is a well-known soccer player and namesake.
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