Also Romansh.
Source: "Vornamen in der Schweiz. Prénoms en Suisse. I nomi in Svizzera. Prenoms in Svizra" (1993) published by the Association of Swiss registrars
Add Usage: Ukrainian, Belorussian, Slovak, English (Rare)Pronounced: EH-dwart (German, Dutch), EH-dward (Czech), EHD-wərd (English), ehd-WAHRD (English)
Also the Ossetian form of Edward; written as “Эдуард” in Cyrillic.-Абайты_Эдуард (in Ossetian; Eduard Abayty)
-Кокойты_Эдуард (in Ossetian; Eduard Kokoyty)
-Гæбæраты_Эдуард (in Ossetian; Eduard Gabaraty).
Eduard Romanyuta is a Ukrainian dance-pop vocalist, songwriter, actor and TV presenter. He represented Moldova in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 with his song "I Want Your Love", which failed to qualify for the Contest's grand final.
- Eduard Khil, Russian/Soviet singer best known for the "Trololol" song/meme.
- Eduard Limonov, Russian/Soviet author and politician.
Eduard von Bock, the personification of Estonia in the manga/anime Axis Powers Hetalia.
This name is also frequently used in Armenia, Bosnia, Georgia (think of e.g. the former Georgian president Eduard Shevardnadze) and Romania.In Armenia, Eduard is written as: Էդվարդ .In Georgia, Eduard is written as: ედუარდ . [noted -ed]
This name is also used frequently in The Netherlands. [noted -ed]
Also a male name in Croatia.
The German pronunciation is E-doo-ahrt. [noted -ed]
It´s also used in the Netherlands where it´s pronounced AY-duy-ahrd.
Eduard Nikolajevitsh Uspenskiy is Russian author of many children's books. His famous books are "Uncle Fedya, His Dog and His Cat" and "Crocodile Gena and His Friends".
Pronounced as "EH-doo-uhrd" (short -oo-).
Eduard´s pet forms are Eda, Eddie, Ned, Edyn, Eden.
Listen to the German pronunciation of Eduard here:
Eduard also exists in Romania.

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