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Names That Mean Eric

385 names found for "Eric"   (page 4 of 8) 

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Looking for names that mean Eric? We couldn't find the exact name Eric, but listed below are some first names meaning Eric or names similar to the word Eric.

Similar Names

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

Related Names

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
Erich  (German)
German Form of Eric
Erich  (Norse)
Variant of Eric: Ruler of the People. Famous Bearer: Popular Blues Guitarist/Singer Eric Clapton
Erichthonius  (Latin)
Founder of Troy
Erichthonius  (Greek)
King of Athens
Erick  (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
Erick  (Norse)
Variant of Eric: Ruler of the People. Famous Bearer: Popular Blues Guitarist/Singer Eric Clapton
Ericka  (Scandinavian)
Ever Kingly. Feminine of Eric
Ericksen  (Scandinavian)
Son of Eric 'Ever Kingly.'
Erickson  (Scandinavian)
Son of Eric 'Ever Kingly.'
Erico  (Norse)
Variant of Eric: Ruler of the People. Famous Bearer: Popular Blues Guitarist/Singer Eric Clapton
Erics  (Norse)
Feminine Form of Eric: Ever or Eternal Ruler. Island Ruler. Famous Bearer: Norwegian Explorer Eric the Red
Ericson  (Scandinavian)
Son of Eric 'Ever Kingly.'
Erik  (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
Erik  (Scandinavian)
Ever Powerful (Eric, Erek, Erich, Rik)
Erik  (Norse)
Variant of Eric: Ruler of the People
Erika  (Scandinavian)
Ever Kingly. Feminine of Eric
Erika  (Norse)
Feminine Form of Eric: Ever or Eternal Ruler. Island Ruler. Famous Bearer: Norwegian Explorer Eric the Red
Erika  (Scandinavian)
From the Name Erica
Erikka  (Scandinavian)
Ever Kingly. Feminine of Eric
Erikson  (Scandinavian)
Son of Eric 'Ever Kingly.'
Erin  (Irish)
An Ancient and Poetic Name for Ireland. Famous Bearer: Erin from the American Television Series 'The Waltons'
Eriq  (French)
Variant of Scandinavian Eric 'Ever Kingly.' Actor Eriq La Salle
Erle  (English)
Nobleman. Based on the English Title of Earl. Famous Bearer:American Author Erle Stanley Gardner
Eryka  (Scandinavian)
Ever Kingly. Feminine of Eric
Escanes  (Shakespearean)
'Pericles, Prince of Tyre' Lord of Tyre
Eth  (English)
Diminutive of Ethel: from the Old English 'Aethel' Meaning Noble. Also a Diminutive of Etheldreda, Ethelinda, and Other Feminine Names Beginning With Ethel-. Famous Bearer: American Actresses Ethel Me
Ethan  (Hebrew)
Strong. Constancy. Famous Bearer: Ethan Allen, Soldier in the American War of Independencestrong
Eugene  (Greek)
Well-born. Famous Bearer: Prince Eugene of Savoy; American Playwright Eugene O'Neill
Evangeline  (Greek)
Good News, Bringer of Good News. Famous Bearer: American Poet Longfellow's Poem 'Evangeline'; Evangeline (Eva) from 'Uncle Tom's Cabin'
Ewan  (Greek)
Variant of Eugene: Well-born. Famous Bearer: Prince Eugene of Savoy; American Playwright Eugene O'Neill
Ewen  (Greek)
Variant of Eugene: Well-born. Famous Bearer: Prince Eugene of Savoy; American Playwright Eugene O'Neill
Ezra  (Hebrew)
Help, Helper. Famous Bearer: Ezra Was a Th Century Bc Religious Reformer in the Old Testament; American Poet Ezra Pound
Fabian  (Latin)
From the Roman Clan Name Fabius, Meaning Bean-grower or Bean-seller. Famous Bearer: Popular American Singer Fabian, St Fabian - 3rd-century Pope and Martyr
Fabiana  (Latin)
Feminine Form of Fabian: from the Roman Clan Name Fabius, Meaning Bean-grower or Bean-seller. Famous Bearer: Popular American Singer Fabian, St Fabian - 3rd-century Pope and Martyr
Fay  (English)
Variant of Faith. Confidence; Trust; Belief. Also Means Magic or Fairy. from 'Fay', Meaning Fairy. Famous Bearers: British Actress Fay Compton, American Actress Faye Dunaway
Federico  (Italian)
Italian Form of Frederick 'Peaceful Ruler'
Federico  (Spanish)
Peaceful Ruler
Federico  (Spanish)
Spanish Form of Frederick 'Peaceful Ruler'
Foster  (English)
One Who Keeps the Forest. A Foster Child, Foster Parent, or a Cutler. Also a Derivative of the Surname Forester. Used As Both a Surname and Given Name. Famous Bearers: Twentieth Century American Polit
Franco  (French)
Variant of Frank: a Diminutive of the Latin Francis, Meaning Frenchman or Free One. Famous Bearer: American Singer Frank Sinatra
Frank  (French)
A Diminutive of the Latin Francis, Meaning Frenchman or Free One. Famous Bearer: American Singer Frank Sinatra
Frankie  (French)
Diminutive of Frank: a Diminutive of the Latin Francis, Meaning Frenchman or Free One. Famous Bearer: American Singer Frank Sinatra
Franklin  (English)
Derived from 'Francoleyn' Meaning a Free Born Landowner. Famous Bearer: American President Franklin D. Roosevelt
Fred  (German)
Diminutive of Frederic: from the Old German Name Frithuric, Meaning Peaceful Ruler
Fred  (Teutonic)
Variant of Frederick: Peaceful Ruler
Freda  (German)
Feminine Form of Frederic: from the Old German Name Frithuric, Meaning Peaceful Ruler
Fredda  (German)
Feminine Form of Frederic: from the Old German Name Frithuric, Meaning Peaceful Ruler
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