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|Meaning:||Meudwy: Welsh; an anchorite, a recluse, hermit, a monk.|
The English origin of the surname Moody was first recorded in 1540 after Edmond Moody (spelled Mowdye at this time) after King Henry VIII from drowning. He was rewarded for this exploit by a grant of a pension and a coat-of-arms.
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