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What a beautiful name. I love the -rika at the end, and Fred will always be cute.
Ryneth  11/17/2010
Pronounced fred-REE-kah in Swedish. [noted -ed]
Beautiful Victory  12/29/2009
Queen Fredrika Dorotea Vilhelmina of Baden (English: Frederica Dorothea Wilhelmina) was Queen consort of Sweden from 1797 to 1809.
Beautiful Victory  5/2/2009
I'm sorry, but I find this name to be hideous. Maybe it sounds better in a language other than English. What would you call a girl named this? Freddie? Fred? Come on people, think of the child and how other kids will tease them when you name them.
― Anonymous User  2/20/2007
Well, my own nickname is Dika (DEEK-uh). I was sometimes called Freddie when I was younger and I didn't care. Rikke is a Danish nick and you can also use Frida, Rikki, Frigga, Rika.
In Scandinavian languages "fred" means "peace", so it's a good nick. Sad to see you find my name so hideous, but to each of his own.
Caprice  10/4/2007
I think this is one of the most beautiful names ever. I'm using it for the name of a deaf heroine in one of my stories and it really suits her.
bschoer10  3/16/2006
A famous bearer of this name was Swedish feminist and author Fredrika Bremer. It's also my name, which I'm proud of! :)
Caprice  1/12/2006

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