- a male given name: from Germanic words meaning “red” and “guarded.”
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Examples from the Web for rudyard
The shaky two-minute video shows Rudyard, Desmond, and Oscar, dressed in tiny bonnets, wrapped in blankets.Parents of Stillborn Babies Post Hundreds of Memorials to YouTube
November 4, 2013
Rudyard Kipling of the nineteenth century has sung of “things as they are.”Revolution and Other Essays
Why then—in the words of Rudyard—heed ye the "Story of Ung!"
A charming and understanding study of Rudyard Kiplings England.Mothwise
Rudyard would then join them; and Cornlie, seeing this, wondered what Rudyard was, who he was and what he was about.
They both laughed; and again the names of Rudyard and Urania were pronounced.