Frederick meaning

fredrik, fredərik
(person, proper) A masculine name: dim. Fred, Freddie, Freddy; equiv. Fr. Frédéric, Ger. Friedrich, Fritz, It. & Sp. Federico; fem. Frederica.
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(person) 1123?-90; king of Germany (1152-90) & emperor of the Holy Roman Empire (1155-90)
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(person) 1657-1713; 1st king of Prussia (1701-13) &, as Frederick III, elector of Brandenburg (1688-1701): son of Frederick William, the Great Elector.
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(person) 1194-1250; emperor of the Holy Roman Empire (1215-50): king of Sicily (1197-1250)
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(person) 1463-1525; elector of Saxony (1486-1525): protector of Luther after the diet at Worms.
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(person) 1899-1972; king of Denmark (1947-72)
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A male given name.
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A town in Colorado.
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A city in Kansas.
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A city and county in Maryland.
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A city in Oklahoma.
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A town in South Dakota.
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Origin of frederick

  • From the German Friedrich, from Old High German Fridurih, from Proto-Germanic *Friþurīks (peaceful ruler).

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