Dick name meaning

✍  Updated on: March 15th, 2023
Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Old High German, Latin and Germanic
Usage: English, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Dick d(i)-ck
Meaning: Rich Ruler, Powerful, Brave, First of the People, Rich, Hardy, King and Strong, Composition from Rulers and Hard
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What does Dick mean?

Preeminent and Ever lasting unisex name Dick means "Rich Ruler, Powerful, Brave, First of the People, Rich, Hardy, King and Strong, Composition from Rulers or Hard". Its origin is in Latin, Old High German and Germanic is largely used in Finnish, English, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian.

Dick is version of long standing and desirable Richard. Richard is variant form of Rickward. Also Richard is another transcription of RIK;HARD. Meaning of Richard is Rich and Powerful Leader came from English and Germanic.

Dick is abridged form of Frederick. Meaning of Frederick is Rich and Safety has origin in English, Old High German and Germanic.. The name is celebrated on April 3rd.

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How do I pronounce Dick?

The most common pronunciation of two syllabled Dick is d(i)-ck.

Variants of Dick

Richart, Richeard, Dicken, Richard, Dickinson, Dicka, Rickward, Reichard, Richardjames

Names that rhyme with Dick

How popular is the name Dick?

Dick was among the popular names in United States. Since emerging in 1880 around 29319 babies have been given the moniker. At its zenith in 1934, it ranked 138th when 1131 parents chose the moniker for their baby boys.

After 125 years of usage, the name has fallen out of the charts. Additionally, the first name has been in the top 500 baby names an amazing 73 times Dick is a rare baby name in France and may not be used now.

But Dick is a popular baby name in Uganda where every 1 in 7000 have the name as well as in Canada. As per our estimate, over 150000 people has been named Dick globally.

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Numerological analysis of Dick

Once you put your mind to something, there's no letting go until you get it done. When it comes to love, you are always attracted by people who are your total opposite. All people want is to take advantage of easy opportunities and leave the hard battle with other people who care more. You lack self-discipline. You don't even try to explain yourself, except to the people that matter. You are not selfish but you are not naive as well.

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  •  Nelia means Horn or Sun Burst is a girl name primarily used in Norwegian and Swedish came from Hebrew and Greek
  •  Corban - Famous unisex name Corban has origin in Old French and Latin, meaning of Corban is "Raven" is particulary used in English language
  •  Lucinda - Commonly used in Swedish and Spanish long standing and lofty, Lucinda is of Latin origin, meaning of Lucinda is "The Bright or Bringer of Light" is a unisex name
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Middle names for Dick

Here is a list of in vogue and young middle names that go with the baby name Dick.

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Sibling Names for Dick

If you're considering naming your baby boy "Dick," you may want to pair it with a sibling name that complements it well. Here are some inspirations to help you find the perfect names for brothers or sisters of your little Dick. From classic to modern, these names have been carefully curated for your consideration.

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Famous people named Dick

  • Dick Kinney, American animator and comic book writer
  • Dick Norris, eminent Australian entomologist
  • Dick James, British music publisher and singer and
  • Dick Douglas, Scottish politician
  • Dick Assman, Canadian gas station employee whose name propelled him to celebrity status across North America for four months
  • Dick Schaap, American sportswriter, broadcaster, and author
  • Dick Olver, chairman of BAE Systems
  • Dick Skeen, American professional tennis player and teacher
  • Dick Chrysler, politician from the U.S. state of Michigan
  • Dick Crawshaw, Baron Crawshaw of Aintree,
  • Dick Bartley, a popular American radio disc jockey since June 21, 1969
  • Dick Hustvedt, renowned software engineer
  • Dick Levy, chief executive officer of Varian Medical Systems from 1999 to 2006 and was chairman of Varian Medical Systems' board of directors
  • Dick Hensold, American folk musician based
  • Dick Sabot, economist, scholar, farmer
  • Dick Latvala, American tape archivist for the Grateful Dead
  • Dick Heyward, deputy executive director of UNICEF between 1949 and 1981
  • Dick Hebdige, expatriate British media theorist and sociologist
  • Dick Martin, American artist from Chicago
  • Dick Shearer, American jazz trombonist
  • Dick Roberts, professional banjo and guitar player
  • Dick Marty, Swiss politician and former state prosecutor of the canton of Ticino
  • Dick Dale, American singer and musician
  • Dick O'Connell, American front office executive
  • Dick Smothers Jr., Dick Smothers Jr
  • Dick Estell, American radio personality
  • Dick Proctor, Canadian political activist
  • Dick Moores, American cartoonist whose best known work was the comic strip 'Gasoline Alley'
  • Dick French, Australian Test cricket match umpire
  • Dick Tuck, American political consultant, campaign strategist
  • Dick and Enid Eyeington, British married couple consisting of Richard Gardiner Eyeington
  • Dick Annegarn, Dutch rock singer-songwriter
  • Dick de Jongh, Dutch logician and mathematician and a retired professor at the University of Amsterdam
  • Dick Crum, prominent international folk dance researcher
  • Dick Harmon, was one of America's top golf instructors with clients including Fred Couples, Jay Haas
  • Dick Tinkham, American sports executive
  • Dick Versace, former basketball coach and executive
  • Dick Morley, American mechanical engineer
  • Dick Rowe, was Head of A&R at Decca Records
  • Dick McKee, prominent member of the Irish Republican Army
  • Dick White, professional footballer from 1950 to 1964
  • Dick Simon, Simon also fielded cars for Lyn St
  • Dick Scanlan, American writer, director, and actor
  • Dick Durrell, American advertising executive and one of the founding staff members for 'People' magazine
  • Dick Erixon, Swedish writer and blogger
  • Dick Gallagher, pianist and composer
  • Dick Rude, director, actor and writer
  • Dick Ferguson, driver in the CART Championship Car series
  • Dick Johnson, American big band clarinetist
  • Dick Scobee, American pilot and astronaut
  • Dick Bruna, Dutch author, artist

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