Gender Masculine
Usage English
Pronounced Pron. TEHD-ee
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VariantsEd, Eddie, Eddy, Ned, Ted, Teddie, Theo
Feminine FormTheodora
Other Languages & CulturesTewodros(Amharic) Theodoros, Theodorus(Ancient Greek) Eadweard(Anglo-Saxon) Eduard, Edvard, Toros(Armenian) Edorta(Basque) Teodor, Todor(Bulgarian) Eduard(Catalan) Eduard, Teodor, Edi, Teo(Croatian) Eduard, Edvard, Teodor, Theodor(Czech) Edvard, Theodor(Danish) Eduard, Theodoor, Theodorus, Ed, Eddy, Theo, Ward(Dutch) Eduard(Estonian) Edvard, Eetu, Teuvo(Finnish) Édouard, Théodore, Eddy, Théo(French) Eduard, Tedore(Georgian) Eduard, Theodor, Theo(German) Theodoros(Greek) Ekewaka(Hawaiian) Eduárd, Edvárd, Tivadar, Tódor, Ede(Hungarian) Eadbhárd(Irish) Edoardo, Teodoro, Teo(Italian) Eduards, Teodors, Edijs, Edvards(Latvian) Thei(Limburgish) Teodor, Todor, Toše, Toshe(Macedonian) Edvard, Teodor, Theodor(Norwegian) Edward, Teodor(Polish) Duarte, Eduardo, Teodoro, Dado, Du, Duda, Dudu, Edu, Téo(Portuguese) Eduard, Teodor, Tudor, Theodor(Romanian) Eduard, Feodor, Fyodor, Fedor, Fedya(Russian) Eideard(Scottish Gaelic) Teodor, Todor(Serbian) Eduard, Teodor(Slovak) Edvard, Teodor, Edi, Teo(Slovene) Eduardo, Teodoro, Edu, Lalo, Teo(Spanish) Edvard, Teodor, Theodor(Swedish) Fedir(Ukrainian)

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Entry updated February 28, 2019