Dictionary of Medieval Names
from European Sources

Eude m. Proto-Germanic *Eutaz, the name of a Germanic people known as the "Jutes"; the word is of uncertain origin but is perhaps related to Proto-Germanic *Gautaz 'Geat, Gauth'.

Cf. Gauzo for the name descending from the related word. The name is sometimes confused with Otto.

1185x1186 Eudoni (dat) PR-XXXVI p. 11; 1222 Eudo (nom) StPaulDom p. 48, eudonis (gen) ibid. p. 43
1381 Eudo (nom) FenPT-2 p. 11
c1113 Eudone (abl) ChartCaen2 p. 56; c1175–1180 Eudo (nom) ibid. p. 64, Eudonis (gen) ibid. p. 66; 1178x1182 Eudone (abl) ibid. 3; 1180 Eudone (abl) RotScaNor p. 29; 1257 Eudo (nom) ArrestReg-volI IV, St. Martin
Old French
1292 Eude (obl) HistHdVParis p. 116; 1298 Eudes (obl) ibid. p. 138; 1313 Eudes Paris1313 p. 16
1133 Eudon (obl) tailliar no. 1; 1313 Eudelot Paris1313 p. 57
Cite as: S.L. Uckelman. "Eude". In S.L. Uckelman, ed. The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Edition 2020, no. 1. http://dmnes.org/2020/1/name/Eude.