Edwin may refer to:

Anglo-Saxon Edwins and Eadwines
  • Edwin (died 632 or 633), King of Northumbria and Christian saint
  • Edwin, son of Edward the Elder (died 933)
  • Eadwine of Sussex (died 982), King of Sussex
  • Eadwine of Abingdon (died 990), Abbot of Abingdon
  • Edwin, Earl of Mercia (died 1071), brother-in-law of Harold Godwinson (Harold II)
More recent Edwins
  • Edwin Starr, (January 21, 1942 – April 2, 2003) was an American soul music singer. Starr is most famous for his Norman Whitfield produced singles of the 1970s, most notably the number one hit 'War'.
  • Edwin (musician), Canadian musician
  • Edwin Eugene Aldrin, better known as Buzz Aldrin, American astronaut
  • Edwin Howard Armstrong American inventor
  • Edwin Booth, Shakespearean actor
  • Edwin Cassiani, Colombian boxer
  • Edwin Centeno, Peruvian race walker
  • Edwin L. Elwood (1847-1907), American soldier
  • Edwin Haslam (born 1932), a physical organic chemist and an author of books on polyphenols
  • Edwin N. Hubbell, American politician
  • Edwin Hubble, American astronomer for whom the Hubble Telescope is named
  • Isiah Edwin Leopold, known as Ed Wynn, 20th century American comic
  • Edwin McCain, Musician
  • Edwin Meese, American Attorney General
  • Edwin Mosquera, Colombian weightlifter
  • Edwin Orozco, Colombian road cyclist
  • Edwin van der Sar, Dutch football (soccer) goalkeeper
  • Edwin Vurens, Dutch football (soccer) player
  • Edwin Wijeyeratne, Sri Lankan cabinet minister
  • Edwin Moses, Athlete
Fictional people
  • Edwin, a doctor who turns out to be a psychopathic killer in the 2010 film Predators
  • Edwin the Old, mythical Swedish king
  • Edwin Jarvis, fictional Marvel Comics supporting character
  • Edwin Odesseiron, fictional wizard in the game Baldur's Gate
Other uses
  • Edwin, California, community in Amador County
  • 1046 Edwin, asteroid discovered by George Van Biesbroeck and named after his son
  • Eadwine Psalter, 12th century English illuminated manuscript, named after its scribe
  • Edwin (clothing), Japanese garment brand
  • Edwin (ship), 15-ton schooner wrecked near Cape Hawke, New South Wales, Australia, in late June 1816
  • EDWin, electronics design for Windows
  • Edwin, an Emacs-like editor built into MIT/GNU Scheme

Other articles related to "edwin":

List Of Characters In The Predator Series - Predators - Edwin
... Edwin (Topher Grace) is a seemingly innocent doctor ... Edwin is crippled by a trap, trying to escape with Royce and Isabelle ... Edwin and Isabelle are captured by the final super Predator, who throws them into a pit ...
List Of Coronation Street Characters (1961) - Edwin Mason
... Edwin Mason Coronation Street character Portrayed by Campbell Singer Introduced by Stuart Latham (1961) H.V. 240 Classification Former guest Family Sisters May Hardman Madge Mason Nieces Christine Appleby Edwin Mason is the brother of May Hardman, who visited Christine after her mother's ...
Colin Edwin
... Colin Edwin (born 2 July 1970) is an Australian progressive rock musician ... Edwin is also a member of Ex-Wise Heads, a three-piece group that mixes ethnic, ambient, and post-modern influences, as well as a metal-influenced project, Random Noise Generator ... In 2009, Edwin released his debut solo album titled Third Vessel, available through Burning Shed ...
Edwin, Son Of Edward The Elder
... Edwin (died 933) was the younger son of King Edward the Elder and Ælfflæd, his second wife ... that there was considerable resistance to him and perhaps also support for Edwin ... The contemporary evidence for Edwin's life is very limited ...
List Of United States Political Families (M) - The Merritts
... Edwin A ... Merritt (1828–1916), New York Assemblyman 1860–1861, delegate to the New York Constitutional Convention 1867 1868, candidate for Treasurer of New York 1875, U.S ...

Famous quotes containing the word edwin:

    A good soul like a good body should be as unobtrusive as possible; in so far as it functions properly, it should not be noticed for good or for ill.
    —C.E.M. (Cyril Edwin Mitchinson)

    Conscience was the barmaid of the Victorian soul. Recognizing that human beings were fallible and that their failings, though regrettable, must be humoured, conscience would permit, rather ungraciously perhaps, the indulgence of a number of carefully selected desires.
    —C.E.M. (Cyril Edwin Mitchinson)