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Name Edwin - Meaning and origin


Origin of first name:

Anglo-Saxons, Germanic

Meaning of the name:

Edwin is derived from two terms siblings, ed meaning "riches" and win can be translated as "friend". Edwin would designate a "rich friend" or a "golden friend".

Celebrities:

Sir Edwin Chadwick KCB, English social reformer. He was known for reforming the Poor Laws and improving English public health.

Edwin of Northumbria (586-633). He was the second monarch to reign over two kingdoms which he later merged to form Northumbria.

Charles Dickens chooses for one of his novels the title "Edwin Drood".

His character :

Edwin is a little boy constantly on the move. Characterized by a considerable need for action, it is advisable to offer a varied and original program of sports and outdoor physical activities. He will much prefer a small tower at the top of the trees to an intellectual activity, which is why we must privilege the playful approach in his education. Give your little energetic treasure solid toys that can withstand his very physical temperament! A bit of firmness from the cradle will also be useful! Dynamism and drive, liveliness and impulsiveness characterize Edwin. Hating the constraints, he cherishes his freedom. He will oppose parental authority to assert himself, but he will accept it when it is well founded. Adaptable and fast as lightning, Edwin passes like a gust of wind: he is always in a hurry! With an insatiable curiosity, he will evolve all in skill and skill.

Derivatives:

Edwine, Edwinah and Edwan.

His party :

Edwin is celebrating every October 12th.

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