Origin: Germanic, French
Meaning: it could be a variant form of Edgardo, which is the Spanish and Italian form of Edgar meaning "rich spear" or "wealthy spear" from Germanic elements ēad (rich, wealthy) and gar (spear).
Egardo is also an Ido word derived from French égard meaning "regard, with regard to"; Ido is a constructed language created to be a universal second language for people of different backgrounds to communicate with; it's based on Esperanto).
- Edgardo (Italian, Spanish)
- Edgar (English, French)