Gender Masculine
Usage German

Meaning & History

German diminutive of names containing the Germanic element hard meaning "brave, hardy".

Related Names

VariantsGerd, Gert
Feminine FormRicarda
Other Languages & CulturesEberhard, Erhard, Gerhard, Meginhard, Richard, Ricohard, Meino(Ancient Germanic) Gerard, Ricard(Catalan) Richard(Czech) Gerhard, Richard, Ebbe, Gert, Kai, Kaj(Danish) Evert, Gerard, Gerhard, Gerrit, Meindert, Richard, Eef, Geert, Gerd, Gerry, Gert, Kai, Meinard, Meine, Meint, Menno, Minke(Dutch) Gerard, Richard, Dick, Everard, Gerrard, Jerrard, Rich, Richie, Rick, Rickey, Ricki, Rickie, Ricky, Ritchie(English) Rikhard, Kai, Riku(Finnish) Évrard, Gérard, Richard(French) Gerrit, Jorrit, Jurryt, Jurre, Kai, Kay, Meine, Minke(Frisian) Gellért, Richárd, Rikárdó(Hungarian) Gearóid, Risteárd(Irish) Gerardo, Gherardo, Riccardo(Italian) Ģirts, Rihards, Ričards(Latvian) Sjra(Limburgish) Ričardas(Lithuanian) Dicun, Hudde(Medieval English) Gerhard, Richard, Rikard, Ebbe, Kai(Norwegian) Gerard, Ryszard(Polish) Ricardo(Portuguese) Richard, Riško, Rišo(Slovak) Rihard(Slovene) Gerardo, Ricardo, Eberardo, Rico(Spanish) Evert, Gerhard, Richard, Rickard, Rikard, Ebbe, Gert, Kai(Swedish) Rhisiart(Welsh)
Same SpellingHardy 1

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Entry added April 25, 2021