Roderik

Roderik meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Germanic
Usage: English, French, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish and Finnish
Meaning: Famous Ruler and Illustrious
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Meaning of Roderik is Famous Ruler or Illustrious has origin in Germanic especially used in Norwegian, Finnish, French, Dutch, Swedish, Danish and English is bestowed upon boys. Roderik is version of timeless and dominant Roderick. Roderick is English form of Roderich. Origin of Roderick is in Germanic and Old High German, meaning of Roderick is "Famous Power, Powerful and Fame". Also Roderik is equivalent of Roderich in Nordic and German languages.

Variants of Roderik

Rodericus, Roderick, Roderich, Rhoderic, Ricky, Rickyy, Richart, Richeard, Rieke, Aric, Derek, Theodoric, Ulrich, Rick

Names that rhyme with Roderik

Popularity of Roderik

Roderik is a common baby name in Netherlands. At least, 1000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our research.

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Roderik in Nordic countries

CountriesMenWomen
First NameSecondary NameFirst NameSecondary Name
Netherlands63540405

Numerological analysis of Roderik

You are a jealous and passionate lover. You just have to find a way to get through people and make them listen. Peace, balance, harmony, honesty, and fairness describe your soul the best. Reason behind your depressive episodes that occur occasionally is being way too sensitive. Although you believe being sensitive is a bad trait, you are wrong. Taking into consideration your communication skills and charisma, you won't have a problem to attract attention and spread awareness. Harmony and balance matter to you.

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Namesakes of Roderik

    Roderik Bouwman, former Dutch field hockey player,

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