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Meaning of the Name Dick

The first name Dick is of Shakespearean, German, English, Teutonic origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Shakespearean: 'Henry Vi, Part ' Dick the Butcher
German: Powerful, Rich Ruler
English: Rhyming Nickname from Medieval Times. Richard 'strong Ruler' Was Shortened to Rick Then Rhymed to Dick
Teutonic: Rules the People
Teutonic: Stern
German: Strong Leader

Similar Names

Dace | Dack | Dacy | Deco | Dickie | Dicky | Dis | Dix | Duc | Dice |

Related Names

Barnaby  (English)
A Variant of the Hebrew Barnabas Meaning Son of Consolation, Son of Exhortation, or Son of Comfort. Famous Bearer: Barnaby Rudge, a Character in Th Century Charles Dickens' Novel Barnaby Rudge
Benedick  (English)
A Variant of Benedict, Meaning Blessed, Given to a Shakespearian Character in the Play Much Ado About Nothing
Benedick  (Shakespearean)
'Much Ado About Nothing' a Young Lord of Padua
Benedick  (Latin)
Blessed. Popes Have Been Named Benedict. The Benedictines Monastical Order. Shakespeare's Witty Bachelor Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing
Cherry  (English)
Sometimes Used As a Name Derived from the Fruit. Origlnally a Diminutive of Charity. Famous Bearers: Cherry Was One of Mr Pecksniff's Daughters in Charles Dickens' Novel 'Martin Chuzzlewit'
Dickens  (English)
Surname
Dickie  (English)
A Diminutive of Richard Which Originated As a Rhyming Variant of Rick
Dickie  (German)
Diminutive of Richard: Hard Ruler
Dickon  (German)
Diminutive of Richard: Hard Ruler
Dickon  (English)
Variant of Dickens: Surname
Dickons  (English)
Variant of Dickens: Surname
Dickran  (Armenian)
Name of a King
Dickson  (English)
Variant of Dick from Richard 'strong Ruler.'
Dickson  (Teutonic)
Strong Leader
Dicky  (German)
Diminutive of Richard: Hard Ruler
Dicky  (English)
A Diminutive of Richard Which Originated As a Rhyming Variant of Rick
Dikesone  (English)
Son of Dick
Dix  (English)
Variant of Dick from Richard 'strong Ruler.'
Dixon  (English)
Dick's Son
Ebbaneza  (Hebrew)
Variant of Ebenezer: Rock That Helps. Ebeneezer Scrooge Was the Main Character of Charles Dickens' Story 'A Christmas Carol'
Ebeneezer  (Hebrew)
Variant of Ebenezer: Rock That Helps. Ebeneezer Scrooge Was the Main Character of Charles Dickens' Story 'A Christmas Carol'
Ebeneser  (Hebrew)
Variant of Ebenezer: Rock That Helps. Ebeneezer Scrooge Was the Main Character of Charles Dickens' Story 'A Christmas Carol'
Ebenezar  (Hebrew)
Variant of Ebenezer: Rock That Helps. Ebeneezer Scrooge Was the Main Character of Charles Dickens' Story 'A Christmas Carol'
Ebenezeer  (Hebrew)
Variant of Ebenezer: Rock That Helps. Ebeneezer Scrooge Was the Main Character of Charles Dickens' Story 'A Christmas Carol'
Edwin  (English)
Rich in Friendship. from the Old English Name Eadwine, Meaning Rich or Happy, and Friend. Famous Bearers: the Hero of Charles Dickens' Last Novel, 'Edwin Drood'
Estella  (French)
Derived from the Old French Form of the Latin 'stella' Meaning Star. Famous Bearer: the Heroine of Charles Dickens' Novel 'Great Expectations'
Herman  (German)
Soldier. Army Man. from the Old German Hariman. Famous Bearer: American Writer Herman Melville, Author of Moby Dick
Richard  (German)
Powerful Ruler (Dick, Dicky, Ric, Rico, Rich, Richie, Rick, Ricky, Ritchie, Rocco Riccardo, Ricardo, Riik)
Stella  (French)
Diminutive of Estella: Derived from the Old French Form of the Latin 'stella' Meaning Star. Famous Bearer: the Heroine of Charles Dickens' Novel 'Great Expectations'
Uriah  (Hebrew)
God is My Light; Light of the Lord. Uriah Heep Was the Clerk in the Novel 'David Copperfield', Written by Charles Dickens

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