Dictionary of Medieval Names
from European Sources

Reinward m. Proto-Germanic *ragin 'counsel, might' + Old High German wart 'guard, ward'.

Austria
Latin
1074x1087 Reginwardus (nom) UrkStyria 77; c1125 Reginuuart (nom) ibid. 115
France
Latin
c823 Ragnoardus (nom) irminon-vol2 17, Ved; 1094 Rainoardi (gen) StVdM-II 686, Rainoardus (nom) ibid. 686; 1098 Rainoardo (abl) ibid. 697, Rainoardus (nom) ibid. 697
Germany
Latin
822x875 Raginwardo (abl) TradCorb §154, Ragynwardus (nom) ibid. §128, Rainwardus (nom) ibid. §14, Ranwardus (nom) ibid. §133, Reynuert (nom) ibid. §83; 886 Reinuuardo (dat) HambUrk-vol1 XXI; 963x1023 Rainward (nom) TradCorb §228, Rainwardus (nom) ibid. §226; 1259 Reinwardus (nom) CDL-1.1.1 XXXI; 1267 Reynwardus (nom) UrkMeck1 no. LXIII
Cite as: S.L. Uckelman. "Reinward". In S.L. Uckelman, ed. The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Edition 2019, no. 1. http://dmnes.org/2019/1/name/Reinward.