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Gender: Male Meaning of Everard: "hardy" Origin of Everard: English spelling variation of Eberhard

The name Everard is a boy's name of English origin meaning "hardy". Everard and discussed in our forums with posts like "Baby a Day".

From the experts:

An older form of Everett that stays closer to its Germanic roots. Distinguished Everard is the name of several historical figures and literary characters, including a minor hobbit in The Lord of the Rings. Yet, even now that Ever- names are the height of style, Everard hasn't been seen on the charts for decades.

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Famous People Named Everard

Everard Richard Calthrop, English railway engineer
Everard Aloysius Lisle Phillipps, English ensign
Everard Mercurian, 4th Jesuit Superior General
Everard Digby, English Catholic
Everard Home, British physician
Everard of Calne, medieval Bishop of Norwich
Everard Ferdinand im Thurn, English explorer and governor of Fiji
Everard Fawkener, English merchant and diplomat
Everard of Ypres, French scholastic philosopher

Pop Culture References for the name Everard

Everard Barfoot, character in The Odd Women (1893) by George Gissing
Everard Bone, character in Barbara Pym's Excellent Women
Sir Everard, Edward Waverley's uncle in Waverley (1814) by Sir Walter Scott
Everard Webley, in Aldous Huxley's Point Counter Point (1928)

Everhart, Evered, Evraud

Everard's International Variations

Eberhard, Evert (German) Everardo (Spanish) Evrard (French)