Conrad

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Etymology[edit]

Germanic name Konrad, notably worn by Holy Roman Emperors and two saints, from Proto-Germanic *kōniz (bold, brave) + *rēdą (counsel). Cognate of Dutch Koenraad.

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Conrad

  1. A male given name.
    • 1985 Philip Howard, The State of the Language, OUP, ISBN 0195204670, page 58:
      There was no further need for words, because the lexicon of Romance jargon has just been fully deployed. In it chaps are called names like Conrad, and girls names like Delora, quite unlike the names of those who are reading it on the way to work.

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Etymology[edit]

Of Germanic origin, cognate with Conrad, Italian Corrado etc.

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Conrad m

  1. A male given name, cognate to Conrad.