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Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. feh-dheh-REE-ko(Spanish)
feh-deh-REE-ko(Italian)
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Meaning & History

Spanish and Italian form of FREDERICK. Spanish poet Federico García Lorca (1898-1936) and Italian filmmaker Federico Fellini (1920-1993) are famous bearers of this name.

Related Names

VariantFederigo(Italian)
DiminutiveFredo(Italian)
Feminine FormFederica(Italian)
Other Languages & CulturesFriduric(Ancient Germanic) Bedřich(Czech) Frederik(Danish) Frederik, Fred, Freddy, Freek, Frits, Rik(Dutch) Frederick, Fred, Freddie, Freddy, Fredric, Fredrick(English) Priidik, Priit(Estonian) Fredrik, Veeti(Finnish) Frédéric, Fred(French) Fedde(Frisian) Friedrich, Fiete, Fred, Fritz(German) Frigyes(Hungarian) Friðrik(Icelandic) Fricis, Frīdrihs(Latvian) Fredrik(Norwegian) Fryderyk(Polish) Frederico, Fred(Portuguese) Friderik(Slovene) Fredrik(Swedish)

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