Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. hehn-REE-kuys(Dutch)
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Meaning & History

Latinized form of Heinrich. As a Dutch name, it is used on birth certificates though a vernacular form such as Hendrik is typically used in daily life.

Related Names

VariantsHeimirich, Heinrich(Ancient Germanic) Hendrick, Hendricus, Hendrik, Hendrikus(Dutch)
Feminine FormsHendrika, Hendrikje, Hendrina, Hennie(Dutch)
Other Languages & CulturesHenrik(Armenian) Endika(Basque) Enric(Catalan) Henrik(Croatian) Jindřich, Hynek, Jindra(Czech) Henrik, Henning(Danish) Harry, Henry, Hal, Hank(English) Heiki, Hendrik, Indrek, Enn(Estonian) Harri, Heikki, Henri, Henrikki(Finnish) Henri(French) Heike, Heiko(Frisian) Anri(Georgian) Heinrich, Hendrik, Henrik, Heiner, Heinz, Henning(German) Henrik(Hungarian) Hinrik(Icelandic) Anraí, Einrí(Irish) Enrico, Arrigo, Enzo, Rico(Italian) Indriķis, Ints(Latvian) Henrikas, Herkus(Lithuanian) Hinnerk, Hinrich, Heike, Heiko(Low German) Herry(Medieval English) Henrik, Henning(Norwegian) Henryk(Polish) Henrique(Portuguese) Genrikh(Russian) Eanraig, Hendry(Scottish) Henrich(Slovak) Henrik(Slovene) Enrique, Kike, Kiko, Quique(Spanish) Henrik, Henning(Swedish) Harri(Welsh)

Entry updated April 25, 2021