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


CONRAD.  English form of Anglo-Saxon Cenred, from Teutonic Cunrad/Chuonrath, meaning "able council." (History of Christian Names, Yonge, 1884).  Usage: America, Burgandy, England, France, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Ireland.

     Abbott, (Charles Conrad,) M.D., an American archaeologist and naturalist, born at Trenton, New Jersey, June 4, 1843.  He published "Primitive Industry," (1881,) "Rambles of a Naturalist," (1884,) "Days Out of Doors," (1889,) "Outings at Odd Times," (190,) "Recent Rambles," (1892,) etc.
     Ackermann, (Conrad,) a celebrated German comedian, born in 1712; died in 1771.
     Batt, (Conrad), a Dutch or German physician, born at Rostock in 1573; died in 1605. (Universal Dictionary of Biography and Mythology, Thomas, 1908)


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