Dictionary of Medieval Names
from European Sources

Warmund m. A derivative of Old Saxon waru, Old High German wara 'protection, watch' + Old Saxon mund, Old High German munt 'hand, protection'.

The name of the ancestor of the Mercian royal family.

Belgium
Latin
1066 Warmundi (gen) CartSPL1 II
England
Latin
1189 Garmund (nom) GASurv p. 115, Garmundus (nom) ibid. p. 116
France
Latin
11thC Warmundus (nom) CartSPL1 I; 1101 Guarmundi (gen) ibid. X; 1119 Warmundus (nom) CartNDJosaphat VII; 1121 Garmundi (gen) ibid. IX; 1123 Warmundo (abl) ibid. XII, Warmundus (nom) ibid. XII; 1139 Garmundi (gen) HAP p. 371; 1173 Guermundi (gen) NDParisII 1-III; 1258 Wermundo (abl) ArrestReg-volI XI, Pentecost; 1292 Germundus (nom) MemBret-I 1104; 1301 Wermont (gen) MemPic-vol17 p. 257
Germany
Latin
822x875 Wermand (nom) TradCorb §220, Wermundo (abl) ibid. §130; 828 Warmundi (gen) OrkGZ no. 29
Israel
Latin
1115 Warmundus (nom) CartNDJosaphat VI; 1120 Warmundo (abl) ibid. VIII, Warmundus (nom) ibid. VIII
Italy
Latin
1154x1159 Guermundo (abl) HAP p. 333
Cite as: S.L. Uckelman. "Warmund". In S.L. Uckelman, ed. The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Edition 2020, no. 1. http://dmnes.org/2020/1/name/Warmund.