Freddie name meaning

Updated: May 30th, 2024
Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Old High German, Old English and Germanic
Usage: English, English, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Freddie f-reddie
Meaning: Peaceful Ruler, Counsel from the Elves, Diminutive of Frederic, Power, Peace and King and Holy Peacemaking
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What does Freddie mean?

Celebrated and Perpetual Freddie came from Old High German, Germanic and Old English languages bestowed upon both sexes, used especially in Danish, English, Swedish, Norwegian and Finnish, meaning of Freddie is "Peaceful Ruler, Counsel from the Elves, Diminutive of Frederic, Power, Powerful or Holy Peacemaking".

Freddie is a variant form of illustrous and venerable Alfred. Alfred is variation of The Old English Name Ælfræd. Also Alfred is variation of The Old English Name Ealdfrith. Commonly Accepted and Perennial Alfred has its origin in Old English, German and Old Norse, Alfred means "Supernaturally Wise, Wise Counsellor and Name of a King".

Freddie is version of well-liked Manfred. Manfred is version of Manfried. Also Manfred is form of Manifred. Manfred is German form of Alfred. Of Germanic and Old High German origin, Admired and Conifer Manfred, Manfred means "Peaceful Strength and All and Peace".

Freddie is a short version of Fred. Fred is diminutive of names with "Fred". Also Fred is shortened form of ending in "Fred". Fred is also diminutive of Frederick. Fred is also a shortened form of Wilfred.

Fred is German and English form of Names Containing the Name Element Frid. Origin of Cherished and Ceaseless Fred is in Germanic and Old High German, meaning of Fred is "Counsel from the Elves and Powerful".

Freddie is shortened form of Wilfred. Wilfred is English and German cognate of Wilfried. Of Old High German and Germanic origin, Cherished and Enduring Wilfred, Wilfred means "Desiring Peace and Composition".

Freddie is short of Frederick. Of Old High German, Germanic and English origin, Customary and Evergreen Frederick, Frederick means "Peaceful Ruler, Safety and Powerful". It is celebrated on July 18.

How do I pronounce Freddie?

The most common way to pronounce two syllabled Freddie is f-reddie. Some people pronounce it as fr(ed)-die.

Variants of Freddie

Freddye, Alfred, Manfred, Aelfred, Aelfraed, Alfrid, Manfried, Manifred

Names that rhyme with Freddie

How popular is the name Freddie?

a popular name in United States having over 82937 recievers in 257 years of usage. Currently the moniker is on a rise, in 1938, it ranked 131st when 1724 parents chose the moniker for their baby boys.

In addition to that, the name has been in the top 500 baby names an astounding 119 times Also, Freddie was among the popular names in England and Wales. Since emerging in 1996 around 30790 babies have been given the moniker.

At its zenith in 2017, the moniker grabbed the 16th spot and 3287 baby boys were given the name. However after 30 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts but still performing better than most of the names.

Moreover, the first name has been to the top 50 baby names 9 times

In Ireland, Freddie is a familiar name where it has been in use since 2003 and has secured the place in top 100 names.

Recently in 2019, 91 babies were given Freddie and it reached its peak ranking, 73 on boy names chart. Over 496 babies in Ireland have been named Freddie. The name is an uncommon baby name in France, where it last appeared in 2010 after 31 years of use since 1946.

There are over 123 babies that have been given the name Freddie in France.

But Freddie is a popular baby name in Philippines where every 1 in 2000 have the name as well as in South Africa.

According to our research, over 150000 babies have been named Freddie globally.

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Freddie in Nordic countries

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Numerological aspects of Freddie

When it comes to your career, you are fully dedicated to your job and like to get things done as soon as possible, so you can relax later. You lack self-confidence and self-reliance. You are an attractive person with an impressive character and formed life values. You can hardly resist a temptation, a trait which affects your relationships in a negative way. You should stop hoping that everyone will understand and support you.

Other names similar to Freddie, for would be moms

  •  Antwan - Preeminent and Venerable unisex name Antwan is rooted from Latin is used in Arabic and English languages. Antwan is English and Arabic equivalent of Anthony. Also Antwan is equivalent of Antoine in English language. Dominant Antwan ranked at 496 position in 1989 on baby boy chart in United States
  •  Rhett - Commonly Accepted unisex name Rhett means "Advice, Speaker or Stream" which is used particulary in English is of Welsh and Scandinavian origin
  •  Lacy - The commonly accepted and venerable unisex name Lacy is of Old Greek and Old French origin, Lacy means "Name of a City or Form of Larissa" is used particulary in Swedish and English languages
  •  Roma - Acclaimed and Evergreen unisex name Roma is used in Tamil, Hindi and Telugu that came from Latin, meaning of Roma is "Goddess Lakshmi, Romana or Lakshmi"
  •  Dona - Meaning of Dona is Mistress aimed at both sexes is originated from Latin, Italian and African-Hausa

Middle names for Freddie

Some great options for widely-accepted and atypical middle names to go with Freddie.

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Sibling Names for Freddie

Choosing the perfect name for your baby is an exciting and important task. If you've decided on "Freddie" as the name, you may be wondering what other names would complement it well, especially if you have other children already. Here we have compiled a list of sibling names that pair perfectly with Freddie, to give you some inspiration and help make your decision easier.

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Famous people named Freddie

  • Freddie Fu, Hong Kong-American doctor and academic
  • Freddie Scappaticci, purported high-level double agent
  • Freddie Anderson, Irish writer, playwright, author
  • Freddie Letuli,
  • Freddie Trenkler, comic ice skater
  • Freddie Miller, broadcaster and television personality
  • Freddie Cunliffe, British television/film actor
  • Freddie Webster, jazz trumpeter who, Dizzy Gillespie once said
  • Freddie Tavares, American musician and inventor
  • Freddie Bell and the Bellboys, were an American vocal group
  • Freddie Jakeman, English first-class cricketer,
  • Freddie Roach, soul jazz Hammond B3 organist born in the Bronx
  • Freddie Hoffman, American disabled sportsman
  • Freddie Timms, Australian indigenous artist
  • Freddie Grisewood, British broadcaster
  • Freddie James, former American football coach
  • Freddie Mack, Mr
  • Freddie Prinze, American stand-up comedian and actor
  • Freddie Mercury, British singer-songwriter and record producer
  • Freddie Keppard, early jazz cornetist
  • Freddie Laker, English airline entrepreneur, best
  • Freddie Jones, English actor
  • Freddie Frinton, English comedian
  • Freddie Hubbard, American jazz trumpeter
  • Freddie Blassie, American professional wrestling villain and manager
  • Freddie Slack, American swing and boogie-woogie pianist and bandleader
  • Freddie Mills, English boxer
  • Freddie Prinze Jr., Freddie James Prinze Jr
  • Freddie Ljungberg, Swedish former footballer
  • Freddie Hart, American country musician and songwriter best
  • Freddie Garcia, retired Mexican-American soccer forward
  • Freddie Redd, American hard-bop pianist and composer
  • Freddie Lindstrom, National League baseball player with the New York Giants
  • Freddie Tuilagi, Samoan former professional rugby footballer of the 1990s and 2000s
  • Freddie Patek, American former professional baseball shortstop
  • Freddie Jackson, Originally from New York
  • Freddie Scott, American soul singer and songwriter
  • Freddie Welsh, Welsh World lightweight boxing champion
  • Freddie Bartholomew, English-American child actor
  • Freddie and the Dreamers, British band that had a number of hit records between May 1963 and November 1965
  • Freddie Stone, American pastor and musician, best known as a co-founder
  • Freddie West, senior Royal Air Force officer, aviator
  • Freddie Aguilar, folk musician from the Philippines
  • Freddie King, American blues guitarist and singer
  • Freddie Highmore, English actor
  • Freddie Mitchell, Freddie Lee Mitchell Jr
  • Freddie Calthorpe, English first-class cricketer
  • Freddie Brown, English amateur cricketer
  • Freddie Wolff, British athlete
  • Freddie Perren, American songwriter, record producer, arranger
  • Freddie Simpson in A League of Their Own as Actress
  • Freddie Boardley in La mort en direct as Actor
  • Freddie Hice in Django Unchained as Stunts
  • Freddie Brooks in When Pigs Fly as Actor
  • Freddie Pendavis in Paris Is Burning as
  • Freddie Stroma is a British actor, model and singer, best known for playing Cormac McLaggen in the Harry Potter film series.
  • In 2001 movie, Pig, Freddie Cox played Kash.
  • Freddie Forbes played the central character of Freddie in 1936 crime, musical film Murder at the Cabaret.
  • Freddie Stewart, from 1948 action and adventure film Campus Sleuth, who portrayed Freddie Trimball.
  • Freddie Stuart played the leading character of First Man in 1984 crime and drama flick The Hit.
  • In 1983, Freddie Poe characterized the role of N in action, drama movie Surigao Tragedy.


  1. Social Security Administration,
  2. Office for National Statistics,
  3. Central Statistics Office - An Phríomh-Oifig Staidrimh,
  4. Institut national de la statistique et des études économiques,
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