Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. doo-AR-ti(European Portuguese)
doo-ART(European Portuguese)
doo-AKH-chee(Brazilian Portuguese)
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Meaning & History

Portuguese form of Edward. This name was borne by a 15th-century king of Portugal, who was named after his maternal ancestor Edward III of England.

Related Names

VariantEduardo
DiminutivesDado, Du, Duda, Dudu, Edu
Feminine FormEduarda
Other Languages & CulturesEadweard(Anglo-Saxon) Eduard, Edvard(Armenian) Edorta(Basque) Eduard(Catalan) Eduard, Edi(Croatian) Eduard, Edvard(Czech) Edvard(Danish) Eduard, Ed, Eddy, Ward(Dutch) Edward, Ed, Eddie, Eddy, Ned, Ted, Teddie, Teddy(English) Eduard(Estonian) Edvard, Eetu(Finnish) Édouard, Eddy(French) Eduard(Georgian) Eduard(German) Ekewaka(Hawaiian) Eduárd, Edvárd, Ede(Hungarian) Eadbhárd(Irish) Edoardo(Italian) Eduards, Edijs, Edvards(Latvian) Edvard(Norwegian) Edward(Polish) Eduard(Romanian) Eduard(Russian) Eideard(Scottish Gaelic) Eduard(Slovak) Edvard, Edi(Slovene) Eduardo, Edu, Lalo(Spanish) Edvard(Swedish)
Surname DescendantDuarte(Portuguese)

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Entry updated November 16, 2019