The name Eduard is frequently given to boys. Eduard is a boy's name that is mostly used in the Christian religion and has its roots primarily in Czech and English. It is derived from the Old English name Eadweard, which means "rich or lucky guardian". Three Anglo-Saxon monarchs and eight English kings have all been given the name Edward, making it a royal name. The name is now used by Prince Edward, the youngest son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip (born 1964). The name Eduard brings to mind Twilight's vampire Edward Cullen in addition to being a regal name. The youngest son of Queen Elizabeth II presently has the name that eight English rulers formerly bore. Eduard is a name that represents a proclivity for extremes in material success. You either have a lot of good fortune or none at all. If you are up to the challenge, it is your birthright to rule an enterprise. You are defined by two words: balance and power.