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*kōniz *rēdaz > Kuonrat > CONRAD
This name derives from the Ancient Germanic pre-7th century “Kuonrat,” composed of two elements: “*kōniz” (able, knowledgeable, skillful, talented, experienced, wise) plus “*rēdaz” (help, advice, counsel, decision). It was the name of the 10th-century bishop of Constance and became popular in post-medieval English and post-medieval French. It regained popularity in the English-speaking world in the 19th-century. It is recorded as a surname as early as 1297. Saint Conrad of Constance was a bishop and saint. Conrad was a member of the powerful Welf family, son of Count Heinrich of Altdorf. After an education at the cathedral school in Constance, he became provost of Constance Cathedral and in 934 was made Bishop of Constance.



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