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Origin of the name ALFRED.
Etymology of the name ALFRED.
Meaning of the baby name ALFRED.


ALFRED.  Modern English form of Anglo-Saxon Ælfred (q.v.), meaning "elf counsellor." (Personal and Family Names, Long, 1883).  It has the feminine Alfreda.  Also see Elfred.  Usage: America, England, Estonia, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Norway, Russia (Альфре́д), Sweden, Wales.
    Alfred Hitchcock (d. 1980), was a British film director and producer.  Alfred Eisenstaedt (d. 1995), was a German-American photojournalist.  Alfred Hirv (d. 1918), was an Estonian freedom fighter. (Wiki)

Alfred the Great, born A.D. 849, grandson of Egbert, and fourth son of king Ethelwulf, reigned thirty years, A.D. 871-901... (An Anglo-Saxon Dictionary, Bosworth, 1882).


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