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Names That Mean Eric

385 names found for "Eric"   (page 6 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

Goldie  (English)
The Precious Metal Gold. Gilded. Famous Bearer: American Actress Goldie Hawn
Gower  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry Iv, Part ' One of the King's Party. 'King Henry V' Officer in the King's Army. 'Pericles, Prince of Tyre' Acts As Chorus
Grace  (English)
From the Word 'Grace', Derived from the Latin 'Gratia', Meaning God's Favor. Famous Bearer: American Actress Grace Kelly Became Princess Grace of Monaco
Grant  (English)
'Bestow' or 'Great; Tall.' the American General and President Ulysses S. Grant. Surname
Grant  (Scottish)
Originally a Scottish Surname Derived from the French 'Grand', Meaning Tall or Great. Now Common Both As a Surname and Given Name. Famous Bearer: American President Ulysses S. Grant
Greg  (Greek)
Diminutive of Gregory: Watchful. Famous Bearer: American Actor Gregory Peck, and Pope Gregory I Who Was Also Known As St Gregory the Great
Gregg  (Greek)
Diminutive of Gregory: Watchful. Famous Bearer: American Actor Gregory Peck, and Pope Gregory I Who Was Also Known As St Gregory the Great
Gregory  (Greek)
Watchful. Famous Bearer: American Actor Gregory Peck, and Pope Gregory I Who Was Also Known As St Gregory the Great
Grover  (English)
Grove Dweller. Used As Both Surname and Given Name. Famous Bearer: American President Grover Cleveland
Helicanus  (Shakespearean)
'Pericles, Prince of Tyre' Lord of Tyre
Herb  (German)
Diminutive of Herbert: Illustrious Warrior. Army. Bright. Introduced into Britain During the Norman Conquest. Famous Bearer: American President Herbert C. Hoover (-)
Herbert  (German)
Illustrious Warrior. Army. Bright. Introduced into Britain During the Norman Conquest. Famous Bearer: American President Herbert C. Hoover (-)
Herbie  (German)
Diminutive of Herbert: Illustrious Warrior. Army. Bright. Introduced into Britain During the Norman Conquest. Famous Bearer: American President Herbert C. Hoover (-)
Herman  (German)
Soldier. Army Man. from the Old German Hariman. Famous Bearer: American Writer Herman Melville, Author of Moby Dick
Houston  (Scottish)
From Hugh's Town. Place-name and Surname. American West Texan General Sam Houston. A City in Texas Usa
Howard  (English)
Bold Heart. Hog-warden. Chief Guardian. Derived from the Old German Huguard. Famous Bearer: American Industrialist Howard Hughes (-)
Humph  (English)
Diminutive of Humphrey: a Compound of the Words Giant and Peace. from the Old English Name Hunfrith. Famous Bearer: American Actor Humphrey Bogart
Humphrey  (English)
A Compound of the Words Giant and Peace. from the Old English Name Hunfrith. Famous Bearer: American Actor Humphrey Bogart
Ike  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Isaac: He Laughs. Laughter. The Only Son Born to Abraham and His Wife Sarah (In the Old Testament). Famous Bearer: Nickname of American President Dwight D. Eisenhower (-)
Jack  (English)
Diminutive of John: God is Gracious. During the Middle Ages, Jack Was So Common That it Was Used As a General Term for 'Man' or 'Boy'. Famous Bearer: American Actor Jack Lemmon
Jackie  (English)
Diminutive of Jack, Derived from John: God is Gracious. During the Middle Ages, Jack Was So Common That it Was Used As a General Term for 'Man' or 'Boy'. Famous Bearer: American Actor Jack Lemmon. Use
Jane  (English)
Jehovah Has Been Gracious. A Feminine Form of John. Variant of Joan. from the Old French Jehane. Famous Bearers: British Novelist Jane Austen (-) and American Actress Jayne Mansfield (-)
Janice  (English)
Variant of Janis: God Has Been Gracious. A Feminine Form of John. Famous Bearer: American Singer Janis Joplin
Janis  (English)
God Has Been Gracious. A Feminine Form of John. Famous Bearer: American Singer Janis Joplin
Jayne  (English)
Jehovah Has Been Gracious; Has Shown Favour. A Feminine Form of John. Variant of Joan. from the Old French Jehane. Famous Bearer: American Actress Jayne Mansfield (-)
Jefferson  (English)
Son of Geoffrey. Used More Often As a Surname. Famous Bearer: American President Thomas Jefferson (-)
Jeric  (English)
Strong; Gifted Ruler. Blend of Jer- and Derrick
Jerica  (American)
Strong, a Gifted Ruler
Jericho  (Arabic)
City of the Moon. in the Bible Jericho Was a Canaan City Destroyed When Its Walls Fell Down
Jericho  (Biblical)
'His Moon, His Month, His Sweet Smell'
Jericho  (Arabic)
Moon City
Jericho  (Hebrew)
Sweet Fragrance
Jerick  (English)
Strong; Gifted Ruler. Blend of Jer- and Derrick
Jerico  (Spanish)
City of the Moon. Variant of Hebrew Jericho
Jerome  (Greek)
Holy Name. St. Jerome (Th Century) Was Responsible for the Latin Translation of the Bible (The Vulgate). Famous Bearers: British Writer Jerome K. Jerome (-) and American Composer/Songwriter Jerome Ker
Jerrick  (Hebrew)
From Jericho
Jerry  (English)
A Diminutive of a Jeremiah, Jeremy, or Jerome, Also Used As an Independent Name. Also a Colloquial Term for a German Soldier. Famous Bearer: American Comedian-actor Jerry Lewis Was Born Joseph Levitch
Jesse  (Hebrew)
Wealthy. Jehovah Exists. The Father of King David in the Old Testament. Famous Bearer: American Outlaw Jesse James (-)
Joaquin  (Spanish)
Abbreviation of the Hebrew Name Jehoichin Meaning 'Jehovah Has Established.' Joaquin Miller the Colorful Th Century Poet-adventurer of the American West
Jock  (English)
Variant of Jack: Diminutive of John: God is Gracious. During the Middle Ages, Jack Was So Common That it Was Used As a General Term for 'Man' or 'Boy'. Famous Bearer: American Actor Jack Lemmon
Kalvin  (English)
Variant of Calvin: Bald. Famous Bearers: Early Th Century American President Coolidge; Fashion Designer Calvin Klein
Katharine  (Latin)
Form of the Latin 'Katharina', from the Greek 'Aikaterina'. American Actress Katharine Hepburn Was Born In
King  (English)
King. King's Field. Title Used As a Surname by the Members of a Royal Household. Famous Bearer: American Film Director King Vidor
Kirk  (Norse)
Church. Dwells at the Church. Famous Bearer: American Actor Kirk Douglas
Kris  (Scandinavian)
Scandinavian Diminutive of Christopher: Carrier of Christ. Famous Bearer: American Singer Kris Kristofferson
Lafayette  (French)
Surname. at the Age of the French Nobleman Marquis De Lafayette Went to Fight for Four Years in the American Revolution
Lambert  (German)
Bright Land. Can Be Used As Both a Surname and First Name. Famous Bearer: Belgian-american Actor Christopher Lambert
Lana  (Irish)
A Diminutive of Alana: Child. Famous Bearer: American Actress Lana Turner
Laramie  (French)
Surname With American Connotations Due to Laramie; a Town in Wyoming Usa on the Overland Trail of the Pony Express
Latisha  (Latin)
Joy. an Alternate Form of Leticia. (American: Combination of La + Tisha)
385 names found for "Eric"   (page 6 of 8) 

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