masc. proper name, Old English Eadmund, literally "prosperity-protector," from ead "wealth, prosperity, happiness" (see Edith). The second element is mund "hand, protection, guardian," from PIE *man- (2) "hand" (see manual (adj.)).
1. Edmund came on the very same business that had brought Miss Crawford.
2. The said Edmund Dodge was seen breaking into the house.
3. Edmund had greatly the advantage of her in this respect.
4. It was barbarous to be happy when Edmund was suffering.
5. She could not put Edmund Bertran sufficiently out of her head.