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Edwin

[ ed-win ]
/ ˈɛd wɪn /
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noun
Also Ead·wine [ed-win, ey-uhd-win-uh] /ˈɛd wɪn, ˈeɪ ədˌwɪn ə/ . a.d. 585?–633, king of Northumbria 617–633.
a male given name: from Old English words meaning “rich, happy” and “friend.”
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Edwin
/ (ˈɛdwɪn) /

noun
?585–633 ad, king of Northumbria (617–633) and overlord of all England except Kent
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