Cedric

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Cedric (French spelling: Cédric) is a male given name invented by Walter Scott in the 1819 novel Ivanhoe, based on Cerdic, the name of a 6th-century Anglo-Saxon king.[1]

Notable people with the name include:

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  1. ^ Sir Walter Scott, Graham Tulloch (ed.), Ivanhoe, vol. 8 of The Edinburgh Edition of the Waverley Novels, Edinburgh University Press, 1998, ISBN 9780748605736, "explanatory notes", p. 511.

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