Gender Masculine
Usage French
Pronounced Pron. /tjɛ.ʁi/  [key·simplify]

Meaning & History

French form of Theodoric. It was very popular in France from the 1950s, peaking in the mid-1960s before falling away. A famous bearer is the French former soccer player Thierry Henry (1977-).

Related Names

Other Languages & CulturesDiederik, Dick, Diederick, Dirk, Ties(Dutch) Dederick, Derrick, Derek, Derick, Deryck, Dirk(English) Tiidrik, Tiit(Estonian) Durk(Frisian) Diedrich, Dietrich, Didi, Diederich, Dierk, Dieter, Dirk, Thilo, Till, Tilo(German) Theoderich(Germanic) Theodoric, Theodoricus, Þiudareiks, Theudoricus(Gothic) Dirk(Low German) Tielo(Medieval German) Þeudōrīks(Old Germanic)


People think this name is

classic   upper class   wholesome   refined   strange   complex  

Name Days

France: July 1


Entry updated December 7, 2022