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


ELFRED.  English.  Anglo-Saxon Ælfred (q.v.), meaning "elf counsellor."  It has the feminine Elfreda.  Also see Alfred.  Usage: America, Denmark, England, Ireland.

... An Assembly of States thereupon met at Gillingham, where Edward pleaded his right; and by the powerfull influence of Godwin was accepted.  Others, as Bromton, with no probability write, that Godwin at this time was fled into Denmarke, for what he had done to Elfred, return'd and submitted himself to Edward then King, was by him charg'd op'nly with the Death of Elfred, and not without much ado, by the intercession of Leofric and other Peers, receav'd at length into favour. (The Works of John Milton, Mitford, 1851)


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