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germanic
wart / weard / ƿEARD

This name derives from the Old High German “wart”, Old English “weard / ƿeard”, meaning “be on guard, watch, watchtower, watchman (law enforcement), a security guard”. Ward can also be an old diminutive form of Durward and Seward, used mainly in the 11th century.

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