I guess Rick could be used as a nickname?
Better than Derek, which looks caveman. Derrick is refined and modern.
I really don't like this name, I prefer Derek.
Sounds like the name of a type of fish to me for some reason.
This is quite a handsome variant, but I wouldn’t use it due to confusion. If this was the usual spelling I would for sure use it!
In 2018, 30 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Derrick who is registered male with the Social Security Administration. It is the 402nd most common male first name for living U.S. citizens.
Derrick Llander Monasterio is a Filipino actor, dancer and singer of Filipino-American-Jamaican-Italian descent. He is the son of Filipina former actress Tina Monasterio and is currently under GMA Artist Center."
DERRICA is a modern, feminine form of this name, but it is rare.
Famous bearer is Derrick Rose of the Chicago Bulls!
I like this spelling much better than Derek, mainly because Derek looks like it would be pronounced "Dy-Reck".
I used to love this name when I was a kid. I was determined I was going to name my first boy this. But now it just seems so 90's and like a Ken doll should be named this name.
Anarcho-primitivist philosopher Derrick Jensen is a famous bearer.
Another meaning of "derrick" is a scaffold or tower supporting a pulley apparatus. I think it's a nice name for a man any way it is spelled.
It can also be spelled Derreck.
All I have to say is my husbands name is Derrick. In short this spelling is as unique as he is, that's just the way I like it, aha aha.
Of the two forms on this website I think I like Derek better than Derrick but I truly like Darik more than all of them. I'm not sure if it's an actual name but it looks better to me. More exotic.
It can also be spelled "Darrick".

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