Reynold

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Etymology[edit]

Anglo-Norman Reinald, from Proto-Germanic *ragin (counsel) + *wald (power) brought to England by Normans and partly merged with the earlier equivalent Ronald from Old Norse.

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Reynold

  1. A male given name, today more popular in the forms Reginald and Ronald. Modern use is partly transferred from the surname.
  2. A patronymic surname​.

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