Gender Feminine & Masculine
Pronounced Pron. HIE-kə(Low German)
HAY-kə(Dutch)
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Meaning & History

Low German diminutive of Henrike or Heinrich.

Related Names

VariantsDrika, Heiko, Hein, Heintje, Henk, Hennie, Henny, Rik, Rika(Dutch)
Feminine FormsHendrika, Hendrikje, Hendrina, Hennie(Dutch)
Masculine FormsHendrick, Hendricus, Hendrik, Hendrikus, Henricus(Dutch)
Other Languages & CulturesHeimirich, Heinrich, Henricus(Ancient Germanic) Henrik(Armenian) Endika(Basque) Enric(Catalan) Henrik(Croatian) Jindřich, Jindřiška, Hynek, Jindra(Czech) Henrik, Henning(Danish) Harry, Henry, Hal, Hank(English) Harri, Heiki, Hendrik, Indrek, Enn(Estonian) Harri, Heikki, Henri, Henriikka, Henrikki, Henna, Riikka(Finnish) Henri, Henriette(French) Anri(Georgian) Heinrich, Hendrik, Henrik, Henrike, Heiner, Heinrike, Heinz, Henning, Rike(German) Henrik(Hungarian) Hinrik(Icelandic) Anraí, Einrí(Irish) Enrica, Enrico, Arrigo, Enrichetta, Enzo, Rico(Italian) Indriķis, Inta, Ints(Latvian) Ina(Limburgish) Henrika, Henrikas, Herkus(Lithuanian) Herry(Medieval English) Henrik, Henning(Norwegian) Henryk, Henryka(Polish) Henrique(Portuguese) Genrikh(Russian) Hendry(Scots) Eanraig(Scottish Gaelic) Henrich(Slovak) Henrik(Slovene) Enrique, Enriqueta, Kike, Kiko, Quique(Spanish) Henrik, Henning, Henrika, Rika(Swedish) Harri(Welsh)

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Entry updated December 8, 2017