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I've found this interesting Wikipedia page about the name RIKKI.
This includes some British, Scottish and Irish MASCULINE bearers of the name.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rikki_(name)
Teddy01  9/29/2020
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This name can also be MASCULINE as a VARIANT of RICKY, making it UNISEX.

In the UK, 24 boys and 17 girls were named RIKKI in 1996
Presumably, in the Early and Mid 90s in the UK, It also was used as a MASCULINE name.
https://www.first-name.net/rikki#Info_UK
http://names.darkgreener.com/#rikki

In NEW ZEALAND and IRELAND, it's EXCLUSIVELY a MASCULINE name.

In NEW ZEALAND, it was given to 24 boys in 1990
https://www.first-name.net/rikki#Info_NZ
In IRELAND, the ONLY recorded usage was in 1991 where is was given to 3 boys.
https://www.first-name.net/rikki#Info_IE
https://www.cso.ie/en/interactivezone/visualisationtools/babynamesofireland/ (Just type Rikki in the enter name section and see).
Teddy01  8/13/2020
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Heck no.
kayisforkeen  9/22/2018
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This name can also be a masculine name as a variant of Ricky.

In the USA, it was given to 28 boys in 1991.
In the UK, it was also given to 24 boys in 1996.
leoBeyene2002  7/1/2018
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I prefer the "Ricki" spelling but it's okay.
― Anonymous User  10/29/2017
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I absolutely love having this name, and I would never want another. My mom named me after "Rikki Don't Lose That Number" by Steely Dan. I think it's a "fun" name. Youthful, bright, cheerful, and unique. Whoever has this name will not be faint of heart, as she will probably face some teasing; most kids do. I don't think that should dissuade anyone from naming a child "Rikki", though. No one will ever forget your name, that's for sure. Nor should they; Rikki is awesome!
SeasOfWeez  9/21/2017
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The name Rikki was given to 68 girls born in the US in 2015.
HerculePoirot  6/15/2016
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A good nickname for a girl?
Eileen1209864  6/13/2016
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The name Rikki was given to 51 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
Oohvintage  7/19/2013
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Means "sulfur" in Finnish.
ElizaR  5/3/2013
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I think this spelling makes it feminine and cute. I also like Mikki (Mikayla) and Nikki (Nikola). :)
foreverslowly  7/9/2012
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Never as a first name! As a diminutive, spelled "Ricki" for a female, is fine.
― Anonymous User  7/14/2011
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I like the way Rikki is spelled, but why does it have to be feminine? I think you should be able to name a boy Rikki but not have it be short for Richard like Ricky is.
Lilangel63795  6/4/2010
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Reminds me of the mongoose in the book and the spelling is awful anyways.
― Anonymous User  4/4/2010
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I think this is a good nickname for someone called Larisa.
1998emma  1/30/2010
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Rikki is one of the main characters in the TV show "H2O: Just Add Water." She is a mermaid who has the power to boil water and start fires with her mind. Rikki is played by Cariba Heine, and she is a really cool cat, though I don't particularly care for the name Rikki.
harry_sent_me  2/19/2009
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I associate this name with insects for some reason.
MoonAgeDaydreamer  1/3/2009
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I hate this name! I totally dislike how it's a kreatyv spyllyng of Ricky made feminine. Some names are good enough without any feminine forms. This name is demeaning in many ways. First, it's a total cheerleader name. Second, names like Mikki, Nikki, Rikki, and Vikki look downright juvenile. Third, they just look ugly and that's all I can possibly say!
bananarama  7/14/2008
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The presenter Rikki Lake is a famous bearer.
― Anonymous User  3/28/2006
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The bearer's name is RICKI Lake, not Rikki Lake.
DontDissMadison  5/1/2007
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Rikki-Tikki-Tavi is the title of the 1975 movie about a mongoose.
― Anonymous User  9/20/2005

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