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Meaning of the Name Eric

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The first name Eric is of Teutonic, Scandinavian, Norse, Scottish origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Teutonic: Ever King, Moody, Contemplative, Courageous, Given to Day-dreaming
Scandinavian: Ever Kingly. in Scandinavian Legend the Viking Sea Rover Ericson: (Son of Eric the Red) Landed on the Shores of America Years Before Christopher Columbus
Norse: Ever or Eternal Ruler. Island Ruler. Famous Bearer: Norwegian Explorer Eric the Red
Scottish: Forever Ruler, Derived from the Old Norse Eirikr, a Compound Name Composed of the Elements Ei (Ever, Always) and Rikr (Ruler)
Scandinavian: Honorable Ruler

Similar Names

Earc | Eirik | Erc | Erek | Erich | Erick | Erico | Erik | Eriq | Eros |

Related Names

Dean  (English)
From a Surname Derived from the Old English 'Denu', Meaning Valley. Famous Bearers: American Actor and Singer Dean Martin, American Statesman Dean Acheson
Debbie  (English)
Popularized As an Independent Name in the S by American Actress Debbie Reynolds
Dedric  (German)
Gifted Ruler. Variant of Diederick
Dedrick  (Dutch)
Gifted Ruler. Variant of Diederick
Dedrick  (English)
Gifted Ruler. Variant of Diederick
Derica  (English)
Gifted Ruler. Modern Feminine of Derek
Derica  (German)
Beloved Leader
Dericia  (African American)
Athletic
Derick  (English)
Gifted Ruler. from Theodoric
Derick  (German)
Gifted Ruler. from Theodoric
Dericka  (English)
Gifted Ruler. Modern Feminine of Derek
Destrey  (English)
Variant of a French Surname. American Classic Western Film Destry Rides Again
Destrey  (French)
Variant of a French Surname. American Classic Western Film Destry Rides Again
Destrie  (English)
Variant of a French Surname. American Classic Western Film Destry Rides Again
Destrie  (French)
Variant of a French Surname. American Classic Western Film Destry Rides Again
Destry  (English)
Variant of a French Surname. American Classic Western Film Destry Rides Again
Destry  (French)
Variant of a French Surname. American Classic Western Film Destry Rides Again
Deverick  (English)
Derived from Place-name Deverel
Deverick  (French)
Derived from Place-name Deverel
Diederich  (German)
People's Ruler
Diedrick  (German)
Gifted Ruler. Variant of Diederick
Dion  (Greek)
The Greek God of Wine (In American - Popular Form of Dennis)
Dionyza  (Shakespearean)
'Pericles, Prince of Tyre' Wife to Cleon
Doanna  (English)
American Compound of Dorothy and Anna
Dodya  (Hebrew)
Variant of David: Cherished. Famous Bearers: British Pop Star David Bowie, American Talk-show Host David Letterman
Doris  (Greek)
Gift. in Greek Mythology, the Daughter of Oceanus and Mother of the Sea-nymph Nereids; Also the Name of a District of Greece. Famous Bearer: American Actress Doris Day
Duke  (English)
The Royalty Title Used As Nickname or Given Name. Also an Abbreviation of Marmaduke. Famous Bearer: American Jazz Musician Duke Ellington
Dustin  (English)
A Fighter. Famous Bearer: American Actor Dustin Hoffman
Dwight  (English)
From a Surname, Derived from Diot, a Diminutive of the Latin Dionysius or Dionysia, Referring to the God of Wine. Famous Bearer: American President Dwight D. Eisenhower
Dylan  (Welsh)
Son of the Wave, Born Near the Sea, Influence. Famous Bearers: Welsh Poet Dylan Thomas, American Folk Singer Bob Dylan
Eartha  (English)
Worldly. Earth, from the Old English Eorthe. Famous Bearer: American Creole Singer Eartha Kitt
Edgar  (English)
Fortunate and Powerful. from the Old English Name Eadgar, a Compound of 'Ead' Meaning Rich or Happy, and 'Gar' Meaning Spear. Famous Bearer: King Edgar of England; American Author Edgar Allen Poe
Ella  (English)
Abbreviation of Eleanor and Ellen: Beautiful Fairy. A Diminutive of Feminine Names Begining With El or Ending With Ella. Famous Bearer: American Jazz Singer Ella Fitzgerald; American Poet Ella Wheeler
Ellery  (English)
Joyful, Happy. Famous Bearer: Ellery Queen, the Hero of a Series of Detective Stories Written by Frederic Dannay and Manfred B. Lee
Elmer  (English)
A Variant of Aylmer. Famous Bearer: Ebenezer and Jonathan Elmer Were Two Famous American Brothers Who Played an Important Role in the American War of Independence
Emeric  (Teutonic)
Leader
Emery  (German)
Brave; Powerful. from the Old German Name Emmerich, Derived from 'Amal', Meaning Labour and 'Ne', Meaning Ruler. Variant of Amory. Commonly Used As a Surname
Eoghan  (Greek)
Variant of Eugene: Well-born. Famous Bearer: Prince Eugene of Savoy; American Playwright Eugene O'Neill
Erek  (Norse)
Variant of Eric: Ruler of the People. Famous Bearer: Popular Blues Guitarist/Singer Eric Clapton
Erica  (Scandinavian)
Feminine Form of Eric (Erika)
Erica  (Norse)
Feminine Form of Eric: Forever Strong
Erica  (Scandinavian)
Ever Kingly. Feminine of Eric
Erica  (English)
Eternal Ruler; a Feminine Form of Eric
Erica  (Scottish)
Eternal Ruler; a Feminine Form of Eric. Also Used to Anglicize the Gaelic Oighrig. (Er-ih-kah)
Erica  (Teutonic)
Contemplative, Courageous
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