Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. feh-deh-REE-go
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Meaning & History

Archaic Italian form of Frederick.

Related Names

VariantFederico
DiminutiveFredo
Feminine FormFederica
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) Federico(Spanish) Fredrik(Swedish)

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Entry updated February 28, 2019