Name Frederick - meaning, origin, popularity 

Frederick name meaning

What does Frederick mean?

Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Old High German, Germanic and English
Usage: English, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: \"pronunciation
Meaning: Peaceful Ruler, Elf, Magical Counsel, Peace, Protection, Safety, Rich, Powerful and Power
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Lofty and Ceaseless Frederick came from English, Old High German and Germanic is used majorly in Swedish, Norwegian, English, Danish and Finnish, meaning of Frederick is "Peaceful Ruler, Elf, Magical Counsel, Peace, Protection, Safety, Rich, Powerful or Power" is a gender-neutral name.

Variants of Frederick

Bedrich, Fredi, Manfried, Fred, Manfred, Freddi

Names that rhyme with Frederick

How popular is the name Frederick?

Frederick was a popular name in United States. Over 262550 babies have been given the name in 220 years. When at its peak in 1880, 4987 boys were bestowed the name and it was ranked at 33rd position. However the graph is now showing a downward trend after 220 years but still going strong on charts. Moreover, the name has been to the top 50 baby names 15 times Also, a popular name in England and Wales with over 14198 new-borns have been given the name since 1996. Presently peaked at the charts, it ranked 65th when 1010 parents chose the moniker for their baby boys. In addition to that, the given name has been in the top 100 baby names 13 times

Frederick is common in France where over 4238 new-borns have been given the name since 1900. When at the peak of its usage in 1976, it ranked 192nd when 225 parents chose the moniker for their baby boys. Also, Frederick was a common name in New South Wales. Over 420 babies have been named Frederick since 1952. When at its peak in 1953,. After 5 years of usage, the name has fallen out of the charts.

Frederick is a unique baby name in Ireland, it has been in use since 1964 and was able to reach the top 200 names. In 1964, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 105 on boy names chart when 30 babies were named Frederick. Over 632 babies in Ireland have been named Frederick. The moniker is an uncommon baby name in Belgium where it may not be used now since it isn't seen since 2005. But Frederick is a popular baby name in England where every 1 in 900 have the name as well as in, Ghana, Philippines, South Africa, DR Congo, Canada, Nigeria, Sierra Leone and Cameroon. As per our findings, over 510000 babies have been bestowed Frederick around the globe.

YearBoysGirls
RankBirthsRankBirths
2018496575
2017494580
2016513579
2015515556
2014494566
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Frederick in Nordic countries

CountriesMenWomen
First NameSecondary NameFirst NameSecondary Name
Netherlands397938012
Finland2625550
Sweden170300012
Norway89185012
Denmark183000

Numerological analysis of Frederick

You are a peacemaker and always avoid conflicts. Learn to let go of things that don't belong in your life anymore. You don't depend on anyone's understanding and support. Nothing escapes your eye, your sense of smell is highly developed, such as your sense of touch. You can live your dream life only if you put your mind to it. Learn how to separate reality from illusion. Widen your perspective and become more aware of your own existence.

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  •  Louise - Of Germanic and Old High German origin, Well-Liked and Enduring Louise is mainly used in Icelandic and Dutch and is given to both boys and girls, Louise means "Loud or Feminine of Louis"
  •  Evelyn - Of Old French and Hebrew origin, Admired and All time favorite Evelyn bestowed upon both sexes which is used especially in Finnish, Norwegian and Danish, Evelyn means "Light or Desired"
  •  Sylvia - Sylvia's meaning is Forest Woman or From the Forest is originated from Latin used in Swedish and Danish is a gender insensitive name
  •  Whitney - Ceaseless and Widespread Whitney has its origin in Old English is particulary used in English and English, meaning of Whitney is "In the White Island, From the White Island or Hwit Which Means White" is used as a gender insensitive name
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Famous people named Frederick

    Frederick I, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach, was born at Ansbach as the eldest son of Albert III
  • Frederick II, Elector of Brandenburg, Prince-elector of the Margraviate of Brandenburg
  • Frederick Loewe, Austrian-American composer
  • Frederick George Jackson, English Arctic explorer remembered for his expedition to Franz Josef Land
  • Frederick I, Margrave of Baden, a member of the House of Zähringen
  • Frederick Delius, English composer
  • Frederick Temple, English academic, teacher, churchman
  • Frederick Apthorp Paley, English classical scholar
  • Frederick North, Lord North, prime minister
  • Frederick Hobson Leslie, English actor, singer, comedian and dramatist
  • Frederick Wedmore, English art critic and man of letters
  • Frederick James Furnivall, English philologist
  • Frederick William Robertson, English divine
  • Frederick Pabst, German-American brewer for whom the Pabst Brewing Company was named
  • Frederick the Simple, was King of Sicily from 1355 to 1377
  • Frederick William Fairholt, English antiquary and wood engraver
  • Frederick Arthur, British soldier
  • Frederick William von Hessenstein, Swedish soldier and statesman
  • Frederick Schomberg, 1st Duke of Schomberg, marshal of France and a General
  • Frederick Haynes Newell,
  • Frederick Sumaye, Tanzanian politician
  • Frederick Ruckstull, French-born American sculptor and art critic
  • Frederick William MacMonnies, best known expatriate American sculptor of the Beaux-Arts school
  • Frederick W. A. G. Haultain, lawyer and a long-serving Canadian politician and judge
  • Frederick Smith, 2nd Earl of Birkenhead, British historian
  • Frederick Edward Maning, notable early settler in New Zealand
  • Frederick Wilhelm Kaltenbach, American with German ancestry
  • Frederick I, Duke of Württemberg, son of George of Mömpelgard and his wife Barbara of Hesse
  • Frederick Ogilvie, FRSE was Director-General of the BBC
  • Frederick I, Duke of Lorraine, duke of Lorraine from 1205 to his death
  • Frederick II, Duke of Lorraine, duke of Lorraine
  • Frederick III, Duke of Lorraine, Duke of Lorraine from 1251 to his death
  • Frederick IV, Duke of Lorraine, Duke of Lorraine from 1312 to his death
  • Frederick I, Count of Vaudémont, Count of Vaudémont
  • Frederick Redlich, psychiatrist and academic administrator
  • Frederick II, Duke of Swabia, was Duke of Swabia from 1105 until his death
  • Frederick IV, Duke of Swabia, was duke of Swabia, succeeding his cousin
  • Frederick V, Duke of Swabia, was duke of Swabia from 1167 to his death
  • Frederick Abel, English chemist
  • Frederick Soddy, scientist
  • Frederick Sanger, British biochemist
  • Frederick Reines, scientist
  • Frederick H. Buttel, William H. Sewell Professor of Rural Sociology at the University of Wisconsin–Madison
  • Frederick Jackson Turner, American historian
  • Frederick William Faber, noted English hymn writer and theologian
  • Frederick DuCane Godman, English lepidopterist
  • Frederick Hauck, retired Captain in the United States Navy
  • Frederick Guthrie, British physicist and chemist and academic author
  • Frederick W. Leslie, American scientist
  • Frederick W. Sturckow, engineer
  • Frederick Douglass, usembassy
  • Frederick Copleston, Jesuit priest, philosopher
  • Frederick William, Elector of Brandenburg, was Elector of Brandenburg and Duke of Prussia
  • Frederick III, Holy Roman Emperor, was Holy Roman Emperor from 1452 until his death
  • Frederick William I of Prussia, King in Prussia and Elector of Brandenburg
  • Frederick Augustus II of Saxony, eldest son of Maximilian
  • Frederick Seitz, American physicist and a pioneer of solid state physics
  • Frederick I, Elector of Brandenburg, last Burgrave of Nuremberg from 1397 to 1427
  • Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor, Holy Roman Emperor
  • Frederick Theodore Frelinghuysen, com/bio/freemont-fremming
  • Frederick Augustus I of Saxony, member of the House of Wettin
  • Frederick Christian, Elector of Saxony, Prince-Elector of Saxony for fewer than three months

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