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Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. EH-rik(Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Czech, German, Dutch)
EH-reek(Finnish, Slovak, Slovene, Hungarian)
EHR-ik(English)
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Meaning & History

Scandinavian form of ERIC. This was the name of kings of Sweden, Denmark and Norway. King Erik IX of Sweden (12th century) is the patron saint of that country.

Related Names

VariantsEric, Jerk, Jerker(Swedish) Eirik(Norwegian) Jerrik(Danish) Eerik, Eerikki, Eero, Erkki(Finnish) Erich, Eric(German) Aric, Eric, Erick(English)
Feminine FormsErica, Erika(Swedish) Erika(Norwegian) Erika(Danish) Eerika, Erika(Finnish) Erika(Czech) Erika(Slovak) Erika(Slovene) Erika(Croatian) Erika(Hungarian) Erika(German) Erica, Ericka, Erika, Erykah(English)
Other Languages & CulturesEiríkr(Ancient Scandinavian) Èric(Catalan) Éric(French) Eiríkur(Icelandic) Ēriks(Latvian) Erikas(Lithuanian) Eryk(Polish) Érico(Portuguese) Eric(Spanish)
Surname DescendantsEriksen(Danish) Eerkens, Erckens, Erkens(Dutch) Eriksen(Norwegian) Ericson, Ericsson, Eriksson(Swedish)
User SubmissionsÉrik, Êrik, Erik

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Estonia: May 18
Hungary: May 18
Slovakia: February 2
Sweden: May 18

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