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Names That Mean Eric

385 names found for "Eric"   (page 7 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

Lawrence  (English)
A Modern English Form of Laurence and the Preferred Form in America
Le Beau  (Shakespearean)
'As You Like It' a Courtier Attending Upon Frederick
Lee  (English)
Meadow or Wood. Shelter. Famous Bearer: Th Century American Confederate General Robert E. Lee
Leif  (Scandinavian)
Son; Descendant. According to Norse Legend Viking Leif Eriksson Landed His Longboat on North American Shores Some Years Before Columbus Arrived in the Caribean
Len  (German)
Diminutive of Leonard: Hardy Lion or Lion-bold. St Leonard is the Patron Saint of Prisoners. Famous Bearers: American Composer/Conductor Leonard Bernstein; Italian Renaissance Artist/Scientist Leonard
Lenny  (German)
Diminutive of Leonard: Hardy Lion or Lion-bold. St Leonard is the Patron Saint of Prisoners. Famous Bearers: American Composer/Conductor Leonard Bernstein; Italian Renaissance Artist/Scientist Leonard
Leonard  (German)
Hardy Lion or Lion-bold. St Leonard is the Patron Saint of Prisoners. Famous Bearers: American Composer/Conductor Leonard Bernstein; Italian Renaissance Artist/Scientist Leonardo Da Vinci (In Italian
Leonie  (German)
Diminutive of Leonard: Hardy Lion or Lion-bold. St Leonard is the Patron Saint of Prisoners. Famous Bearers: American Composer/Conductor Leonard Bernstein; Italian Renaissance Artist/Scientist Leonard
Leonine  (Shakespearean)
'Pericles, Prince of Tyre' Servant to Dionyza
Lina  (Latin)
Diminutive of Carolina: Strong. A Latinized Form of Caroline. Famous Bearer: the American States of North and South Carolina Were Named After British King Charles I
Lincoln  (English)
Roman Colony at the Pool. Lakeside Colony. The Name of an Early Roman Settlement in England, Used As Both a Surname and a First Name. Famous Bearer: American President Abraham Lincoln (-)
Lionel  (English)
Young Lion. Diminutive of Leon. One of the Knights of King Arthur's Round Table. Famous Bearers: American Actor Lionel Barrymore (-) and British Actor Lionel Jeffries (Born )
Luther  (German)
Famous People. Derived from the Surname of German Religious Reformer Martin Luther (-). Famous Bearer: American Black Civil-rights Leader Martin Luther King
Luther  (English)
Lute Player. Derived from Old French 'Luthier'. Famous Bearer: American Black Civil-rights Leader Martin Luther King
Lychorida  (Shakespearean)
'Pericles, Prince of Tyre' Nurse to Marina
Lyndon  (English)
Lime Tree Hill. Lives by the Linden Tree. Both a Surname and Place Name. Famous Bearer: Past American President Lyndon Baines Johnson
Lysimachus  (Shakespearean)
'Pericles, Prince of Tyre' Governor of Mytilene
Marina  (Shakespearean)
'Pericles, Prince of Tyre' Daughter to Pericles and Thaisa
Maverick  (Native American)
An Independent Cattle Rancher (Mavrick)
Maverick  (English)
When a Nineteenth-century American Named Maverick Refused to Brand His Calves As Other Ranchers Did; His Name Came to Signify an Independent Man Who Avoids Conformity
Maverick  (American)
Wildly Independent
Mavrick  (English)
When a Nineteenth-century American Named Maverick Refused to Brand His Calves As Other Ranchers Did; His Name Came to Signify an Independent Man Who Avoids Conformity
Mohawk  (Native American)
Native American Tribe Name
Nerice  (American)
Powerful Woman
Nerice  (Greek)
From the Sea
Nova  (Native American)
Chaser of Butterfly (In North American Hopi Indian)
Odina  (Native American)
Mountain (In North American Algonquin Indian)
Oighrig  (Scottish)
Of Uncertain Derivation, Believed to Be Derived Either from Aithbhreac (New Speckled One) or from the Greek Euphemia (Fair Speech). Anglicization: Africa, Effie, Efric, Erica, Euphemia, Harriet, Henri
Opa  (Native American)
Owl (In North American Choctaw Indian)
Orson  (French)
Bear Cub. Famous Bearer: American Actor/Director Orson Welles
Owain  (Greek)
Variant of Eugene: Well-born. Famous Bearer: Prince Eugene of Savoy; American Playwright Eugene O'Neill
Pander  (Shakespearean)
'Pericles, Prince of Tyre' a Pander
Pentapolis  (Shakespearean)
'Pericles, Prince of Tyre' Simonides, King of Pentapolis
Pericles  (Shakespearean)
'Pericles, Prince of Tyre' Prince of Tyre
Philemon  (Shakespearean)
'Pericles, Prince of Tyre' Servant to Cerimon
Rhoda  (Scottish)
Feminine Form of Roderick (Famous King). Variations: Rodina. Short Forms: Dina. (Ro-dah)
Rica  (Norse)
Diminutive of Erica: Feminine Form of Eric: Forever Strong
Rick  (Norse)
Diminutive of Eric: Ever or Eternal Ruler. Island Ruler. Famous Bearer: Norwegian Explorer Eric the Red
Ricki  (Norse)
Diminutive of Erica: Feminine Form of Eric: Forever Strong
Ricky  (Norse)
Diminutive of Eric: Ever or Eternal Ruler. Island Ruler. Famous Bearer: Norwegian Explorer Eric the Red
Rika  (Norse)
Diminutive of Erica: Feminine Form of Eric: Forever Strong
Rikki  (Norse)
Diminutive of Erica: Feminine Form of Eric: Forever Strong
Rod  (German)
Diminutive of Roderick: Famed Ruler
Rod  (English)
Diminutive of Rodney: Island of Reeds. Also a Variant of Roderick: Famous Ruler
Rodd  (English)
Variant of Roderick 'Famous Ruler.'
Rodd  (German)
Variant of Roderick: Famous Ruler
Roddric  (English)
Variant of Roderick 'Famous Ruler.'
Roddric  (German)
Variant of Roderick: Famous Ruler
Roddrick  (English)
Variant of Roderick 'Famous Ruler.'
Roddrick  (German)
Variant of Roderick: Famous Ruler
385 names found for "Eric"   (page 7 of 8) 

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