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*agi- / *agaz / *agi,ō *harduz > Eginhard / Eginhart
This name derives from the Old High German “Eginhard / Eginhart,” composed of two Ancient Germanic elements: “*agi- / *agaz” (awe, terror, fear, dread) or “*agi,ō” (edge, corner, sharpness “of a weapon,” sword) plus “*harduz” (hard, strong, brave, fearless, powerful). In turn, the name means “one who scares with his strength, one who possesses powerful weapons.” 1) Ekkehard I († 973) was a monk of the Abbey of Saint Gall. 2) Ekkehard II († 990) was a monk of the Abbey of Saint Gall, who became known for his sequence of poetry. 3) Ekkehard IV (~980–1056) was a monk of the Abbey of Saint Gall and the author of the “Casus Sancti Galli and Liber Benedictionum.”



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