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Rikki-Tikki-Tavi is the title of the 1975 movie about a mongoose.
― Anonymous User  9/20/2005
The presenter Rikki Lake is a famous bearer.
― Anonymous User  3/28/2006
The bearer's name is RICKI Lake, not Rikki Lake.
DontDissMadison  5/1/2007
I hate this name! I totally dislike how it's a kreatyv spyllyng of Ricky made feminine. Some names are good enough without any feminine forms. This name is demeaning in many ways. First, it's a total cheerleader name. Second, names like Mikki, Nikki, Rikki, and Vikki look downright juvenile. Third, they just look ugly and that's all I can possibly say!
bananarama  7/14/2008
I associate this name with insects for some reason.
MoonAgeDaydreamer  1/3/2009
Rikki is one of the main characters in the TV show "H2O: Just Add Water." She is a mermaid who has the power to boil water and start fires with her mind. Rikki is played by Cariba Heine, and she is a really cool cat, though I don't particularly care for the name Rikki.
harry_sent_me  2/19/2009
I think this is a good nickname for someone called Larisa.
1998emma  1/30/2010
Reminds me of the mongoose in the book and the spelling is awful anyways.
― Anonymous User  4/4/2010
I like the way Rikki is spelled, but why does it have to be feminine? I think you should be able to name a boy Rikki but not have it be short for Richard like Ricky is.
Lilangel63795  6/4/2010
Never as a first name! As a diminutive, spelled "Ricki" for a female, is fine.
― Anonymous User  7/14/2011
I think this spelling makes it feminine and cute. I also like Mikki (Mikayla) and Nikki (Nikola). :)
foreverslowly  7/9/2012
Means "sulfur" in Finnish.
ElizaR  5/3/2013
The name Rikki was given to 51 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
Oohvintage  7/19/2013
A good nickname for a girl?
Eileen1209864  6/13/2016
The name Rikki was given to 68 girls born in the US in 2015.
HerculePoirot  6/15/2016
I absolutely love having this name, and I would never want another. My mom named me after "Rikki Don't Lose That Number" by Steely Dan. I think it's a "fun" name. Youthful, bright, cheerful, and unique. Whoever has this name will not be faint of heart, as she will probably face some teasing; most kids do. I don't think that should dissuade anyone from naming a child "Rikki", though. No one will ever forget your name, that's for sure. Nor should they; Rikki is awesome!
SeasOfWeez  9/21/2017
I prefer the "Ricki" spelling but it's okay.
― Anonymous User  10/29/2017

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