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Meaning of Patrick: Nobleman, Patrician
Patrick was ranked 162 in 2015 list of US boys name and dropped by 6.58% from its previous ranking of 152 in 2014. Patrick was ranked 939 in 2011 US female names list and elevated by 2.69% from its previous ranking of 965 in 2009. Comes from the Latin "patricius" Means "patrician", a member of the Roman aristocracy. Celebrating 17 March.. Patrick have a character of "pig". That aside,Patrickare the same kindness and generosity. Obstinate workers,Patrickare organized and efficient men. Their will is iron. Think, weighted,Patrickare long before deciding, but never return back. Gentle, calm, angryPatricksometimes show. Honest, uncompromising with moral principles,Patrickare insatiable seducer.
Full form of Patrick : Polite Agreeable Thorough Reliable Informal Communicative Kindly
Patrick is a very very popular first name for a boy in England & Wales which is popular since 1996 and ranked 115 in 2014. Around 12714 people wear Patrick as their first name. Patrick is a very consistent name over the past 18 years.
Patrick is a very very popular first name for a boy in United States which is popular since 1912 and ranked 162 (0.063605% bearer) in 2015 in US. Around 670580 people wear Patrick as their first name. Patrick is a rare first name for a girl in United States which is a rare name since 1904 and ranked 162 (0.063605% bearer) in 2015 in US. Only 670580 people have Patrick as their first name. Patrick is not a native United States and Patrick may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name. 0.187584% of people in US have this given name.
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Expression number of Patrick is 6.
Patrick have a great affection towards creativity, beauty and domestic activities of life. Patrick are trustworthy, honest and behave responsibly. Patrick have tendency to sacrifice their needs for others'.
Names that rhyme with Patrick
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Patrick Ewing, Jr., is an American basketball player who currently belongs to the Al-Rayyan Sports Club of Qatar.
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Posts having Patrick: Comments :Patrick (British pronunciation: [patrɪk], Irish and American pronunciation: [pætrɪk]) is an English masculine first name . Outside the English-speaking common Variants are Patrik (especially in Sweden, Czech Republic and Slovakia), Patryk (in Poland) and Patric .
The English name derives from the Latin name Patrick Patricius (actually " patrician , noble"), which from the beginning of the Ancient Rome to the second century. C. was the privileged social class ( patricii ) as it was composed of the descendants of the original families Roman citizens. In time of Under Roman Empire , the term patrician was recovered lifetime title and not hereditary - patricius - that was given to some people of high rank, civil or military, and gave privileges added to that was common in the citizenship. A patrician family at this time only concerned families where the parent was a patrician. Patricians were also called the parents of the emperors and the heads of the illustrious. It fell into disuse when granted Roman citizenship to aminoras people , people from other cities or within the same city but they were not patricians.
Its popularity in the British Isles, particularly in Ireland , he owes the Holy Patricius ( "Patrick of Ireland"), the protection and patron saint of Ireland. In Irish it corresponds to the name Pádraig , but the English form is less Irish influence, but rather the form of the French Patrice .
Since the 17th century the name is in the form Patrik also in Scandinavia, especially in Sweden, in use. In Germany, the first name Patrick was rarely represented before 1960th In the 1980s, he became one of the most often awarded first name, since then its popularity has waned but steadily.
Common short- and Koseformen of the name are Pat , Patty , and particularly in Irish English Podge and Paddy ; the latter form is used in English as a generic Pointed or nickname for the Irish, see the article Paddy (Ethnophaulismus) . Even the name Ricky is sometimes is a short form of Patrick, but is mostly for Richard or Frederick. The female equivalent of Patrick is Patricia , who also in the short forms Pat, Patty and Patti is used.
Variants: Spanish - Patricio; Swedish, Finnish, Slovenian and Czech - Patrik; English, German, Polish, Dutch and Norwegian Patrick; Hungarian - Patricius; Irish - Pádraic; Italian - Patrizio; Catalan - Patrici - Stephany Weesner Popularity of Patrick