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Ned (given name)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ned is an English given name and variant of Ed, sometimes short for Benedict, Edward, Edmund, Edgar, or Edwin.

"Ned" may have risen from generations of children hearing "mine Ed" as "my Ned" (an example of a process linguists called rebracketing).[citation needed]

Ned can also be a diminutive for the slavic name Nedjelko.

People with the given name Ned, or its variants

  • Ted Alley (1881–1949), former Australian rules footballer listed in some sources as Ned Alley
  • Edward "Ned" Almond (1892–1979), United States Army general best known as the commander of the Army's X Corps during the Korean War
  • Ned Austin (1925–2007), American character actor and Screen Actors Guild- and AFTRA member
  • Ned Barkas (1901–1962), English professional footballer
  • Ned Beatty (born 1937), American actor
  • Ned Bellamy (born 1957), American actor
  • Ned Block (born 1942), American philosopher
  • Ned Bouhalassa (born 1962), Canadian composer
  • Ned Boulting (born 1969), British sports journalist and television presenter
  • Ned Buntline (1821 or 1823–1886), American publisher, journalist, writer, and publicist
  • Ned Cameron (born 1987), American singer, songwriter, and record producer
  • Ned Catic (born 1978), Australian rugby league footballer
  • Ned Chaillet (born 1944), American-born British radio drama producer and director, writer and journalist
  • Ned Cobb (1885–1973), American tenant farmer
  • Ned Collette (born 1979), Australian musician and singer-songwriter
  • Ned Crotty (born 1986), American lacrosse player
  • Ned Cuthbert (1845–1905), American baseball player
  • Ned Daly (1891–1916), Dublin's 1st battalion commandant during the 1916 Easter Rising
  • Ned Dameron, American science fiction and fantasy artist
  • Ned Davis (1886–1961), Australian politician
  • Ned Day (1945–1987), American television journalist
  • Ned Dennehy (born 1965), Irish actor
  • Ned Donaghy, American soccer referee active in the 1920s and 1930s
  • Ned Dowd (born 1950), American film producer and former actor
  • Ned Eckersley (born 1989), English cricketer
  • Ned Eisenberg (born 1957), American actor
  • Ned Endress (1918–2010), American basketball player
  • Ned Evett (born 1967), American guitarist, singer, and songwriter
  • Ned Garver (1925–2017), American baseball pitcher
  • Ned Glass (1906–1984), American character actor
  • Ned Goldreyer, American television writer, television producer and comedian
  • Ned Gregory (1839–1899), Australian cricketer
  • Ned Hanlan (1855–1908), Canadian professional sculler, hotelier and alderman
  • Ned Harris (1916–1976), American baseball player
  • Ned Herrmann (1922–1999), creator of the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument
  • Ned Irish (1905–1982), American basketball promoter
  • Ned Jarrett (born 1932), American race car driver
  • Ned Jenkins (1904–1990), Welsh rugby union player
  • Ned Kelly (1850s–1880), Australian outlaw and folk hero
  • Ned Lamont (born 1954), American businessman and politician, 89th Governor of Connecticut
  • Ned Luke (born 1958), American actor
  • Ned Mandingo (born 1966), a radio personality on the Bubba the Love Sponge talk show
  • Ned Martin (1923–2002), American sportscaster
  • Ned Miller (1925–2016), American country music singer-songwriter
  • Ned Rorem (born 1923), American composer and diarist
  • Ned Sherrin (1931–2007), British impresario, writer, game show host and raconteur
  • Ned Sparks (1883–1957), Canadian character actor
  • Ned Sublette (born 1951), American composer, musician, record producer, musicologist, and author
  • Ned Vizzini (1981–2013), American writer
  • Ned Yost (born 1955), American baseball player and manager

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References

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