|Pronunciation||📣 \e-duar-do, edu(a)-rdo\|
|Number in U.S||👶 105,000|
|Rate in 2021||650|
|Name origin||🌍 Mexican|
Historical origin and etymology:
It is a masculine name that is the Spanish version of the old English name “Edward”. Edward itself is of Saxon origin and is very old. It dates back to before the Norman Conquest which was in 1066. This name is first coined in England and from there, inspired the whole of Europe.
The name means “Guard of Riches” or “Provider of wealth”. The Spanish people have used to use the name for their little boys since the Middle Ages and it is still very famous in Spain.
Personality traits of the masculine name Eduardo:
He loves excitement and can adapt it to different situations. He loves to experience new things because of his sense of adventure. This makes him feel alive. He believes that learning new things is not gained unless one immerses in the environment.
He will leave a project if he finds it useless. He is a risk-taker. He prefers taking risks rather than being in a balanced situation. He never resists change and is very fearless in facing new situations. He goes for them bravely.
He likes traveling and spends a lot of money and energy on it. He attracts others with ease, he is friendly, sociable, kind, and energetic. So, people like to be around him. More than that, he is very persuasive and optimistic.
His heart desires to look after his loved ones. He cares much about traditions and respects diverse cultures. He is not very good at showing his abilities. So, you as his parents should try to make him more eager to be a little more confident.
How do people react to your name?
They perceive that you are a strong guy. You try to be egocentric and this is extremely obvious to others. You look confident in their point of view.
The most likely vocation: public relations officer, manager of tourism, industrialist, game organizer, legal practitioner, reporter, administrator, occultist, psychologist.
Lucky color: Light gray, light shades of nearly any other color.
Lucky day: Monday
The popularity of the masculine name Eduardo:
Eduardo has been famous among Americans since the last years of the 19th century. Every decade passed; Eduardo experienced a new jump upwards for about 100 positions on the United States popularity charts.
Eduardo is competing very closely with its English equivalent “Edward”. As the Hispanic population grew in population, Eduardo experienced more development on the charts. Nowadays, the name is more concentrated in the regions where Hispanic and Latino people live in the United States; such as California, Texas, Arizona, and Nevada.
For the past nine decades, Eduardo was recorded 102,458 times in the SSA Database.