By the name Edeko (with various spellings:Edicon, Ediko, Edica) are considered three contemporaneous historical figures, whom some scholars identified as one:
- A powerful Hunnic lieutenant and ambassador of Attila to the court in Constantinople in 449. Father of Odoacer, the first King of Italy.
- A chieftain of the Scirii, who was defeated at the Battle of Bolia by the Ostrogoths at the river Bolia in Pannonia sometime in the late 460s.
- Idikon or Edico, the father of Odoacer, who became a magister militum in the Roman Army and the first King of Italy (476–493).
Omeljan Pritsak derived it from Old Turkic verbal root *edär- (to pursue, to follow), and deverbal noun suffix κων (kun < r-k < r-g < *gun). The reconstructed form is *edäkün (< *edär-kün; "follower, retainer").
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- Pritsak, Omeljan (1982). The Hunnic Language of the Attila Clan (PDF). IV. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute. ISSN 0363-5570.
- Reynolds, Robert L.; Lopez, Robert S. (1946). "Odoacer: German or Hun?". The American Historical Review. 52 (1): 36–53. doi:10.1086/ahr/52.1.36. JSTOR 1845067.