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Ewart

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English occupational surname or Norman variation of Edward
"shepherd; wealthy guardian"

Ewart Origin and Meaning

The name Ewart is boy's name meaning "shepherd; wealthy guardian".
Ewart has long been extinct as a first name, and the prominent placement of "ew" and "wart" probably has something to do with it. Ewart originated as a Norman form of Edward and an occupational surname name. The surname was related to the Middle English word ewehirde, from the Old English components meaning "ewe" and "herdsman."

Lists containing Ewart

Famous People Named Ewart

  • Ewart Frederick BrownJr., Premier of Bermuda
  • Ewart OakeshottBritish illustrator
  • Ewart AdamsonScottish screenwriter
  • Ewart Bryon ButlerEnglish sports journalist
  • Ewart Abner (born Edward Gladstone AbnerJr.), American record executive
  • Ewart Douglas HorsfallEnglish Olympic rower
  • William Ewart GladstoneBritish prime minister
  • William Ewart AstillEnglish cricketer
  • Elton Ewart "Tad" WiemanAmerican college football coach

Ewart in Pop Culture

  • Ewart Plimmercharacter on British TV's "Casualty"