Gender Feminine & Masculine
Usage Irish
Pronounced Pron. PAH-dri-gyeen
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Meaning & History

Diminutive of Pádraig, also used as a feminine form.

Related Names

VariantsPaddy, Páidí, Patsy
Masculine FormsPádraig, Patrick, Paddy, Páidí
Other Languages & CulturesPadrig(Breton) Patritsiya(Bulgarian) Patricija, Patrik(Croatian) Patricie, Patrik(Czech) Patrick(Danish) Patrice, Patricia, Patrick, Pat, Patsy, Patty, Tricia, Trish, Trisha(English) Patrik(Finnish) Patrice, Patrick(French) Patricia, Patrick(German) Patrícia, Patrik(Hungarian) Patrizia, Patrizio(Italian) Patricia, Patricius(Late Roman) Patrīcija(Latvian) Pherick(Manx) Patariki(Maori) Pate(Medieval English) Patrick(Norwegian) Pátraic(Old Irish) Patrycja, Patryk, Patka(Polish) Patrícia, Patrício(Portuguese) Patritsiya(Russian) Pàdraig(Scottish Gaelic) Patrícia, Patrik, Patka(Slovak) Patricija(Slovene) Patricia, Patricio(Spanish) Patrick, Patrik(Swedish) Padrig(Welsh)

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Entry updated January 21, 2022