What does Aric mean?
Aric /ar-ic/ as a boys' name is pronounced AIR-ik. It is of Old Norse origin, and the meaning of Aric is "complete ruler".
Aric▼ has 34 more different relations via Alaric, Eric, Frederick, Richard: Aeric, Aerick, Aerric, Aerrick, Al▼, Alarick, Alarico, Aleric, Alerick, Allaric, Alleric, Alric, Alrick, Arreck, Dick▼, Eirik, Erek, Erich▼, Erick▲, Erico, Eriq, Erix, Erki, Eryk, Eurico, Fred▼, Frido, Fritz▼, Rich▼, Rick▼, Rico▼, Rik, Ulrich and Ulrick.Kreatif forms: Aricai, Aricau, Auaric. [more]
How popular is Aric?
Aric is an uncommon given name for men. Aric is an equivalently rare surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Displayed below is the birth name popularity of Aric for boys. Aric entered the list in 1970-1979 and reached its top position of #634 in the U.S. then, but is not ranked currently. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Below is a charted analysis of the popularity of Aric and corresponding names. Al, Dick, Eric (#123 the previous year), Erich, Erick (#257), Erik (#328), Fred, Frederick (#497), Fritz, Rich, Richard (#141), Rick, Rickie, Ricky (#519) and Rico are the prominent varying forms of Aric appearing in the Top 1000. Usage of these relations of Aric reached its peak in the 1960s (median #430) and is somewhat less today (#741, 54.6% less), with forms such as Dick becoming less fashionable. Eric, Erick, Erik and Ricky are four of the more fashionable baby names here.
Thinking of names?
Aric▼ is alike in pronunciation to Arek, Orric, Orrick, Warick, Yorick, Yorik and Yurik. Other suggested similar baby names are Abia, Abid, Abie, Acie, Acim, Adi, Adil, Adim, Adiv, Adrin, Afi, Afif, Ahim, Aldric, Alec▲, Ali▲, Alia, Alic, Alick, Alik, Alix, Amid, Amit, Ani, Arch▼, Arda, Ardie, Ardy, Ares▲, Ari▲, Arie, Arien, Aries, Arin, Ario, Aris, Arius, Arlie▼, Arly, Armin, Arn, Arnd, Arni, Arnie, Arno, Arny, Arri, Arrin, Arris, Artie▼, Arvid▼, Arvin, Arvy, Ary, Aryo, Asim, Atim, Aviv, Azim, Aziz, Azria, Beric, Deric, Jeric, Nic, Osric, Ulric and Vic. These names tend to be more commonly used than Aric.