Definitions for Edgarˈɛd gər
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word Edgar
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
an award given annually in various categories of mystery writing.
Origin of Edgar:
1945–50; after Edgar Allan Poe
the younger brother of Edwy who became king of Northumbria when it renounced Edwy; on Edwy's death he succeeded to the throne of England (944-975)
Origin: From the name of early English kings, ead + gar.
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The Nuttall Encyclopedia
a king of Saxon England from 959 to 975, surnamed the Peaceful; promoted the union and consolidation of the Danish and Saxon elements within his realm; cleared Wales of wolves by exacting of its inhabitants a levy of 300 wolves' heads yearly; eight kings are said to have done him homage by rowing him on the Dee; St. Dunstan, the archbishop of Canterbury, was the most prominent figure of the reign.
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