What does Eryk mean?
Eryk \e-ryk, er-yk\ as a name for boys. Eryk's roots are Old Norse, Old French and Old German, and the meaning of Eryk is "complete ruler; peaceful ruler". Eryk is a form of Eric (Old Norse). Eryk is also a derivative of Frederick (Old French, Old German).
Eryk has 47 more related forms via Eric, Frederick: Aerricko, Eero, Erich▼, Erico, Erix, Erki, Erkki, Eurico, Federico▼, Federigo, Fred▼, Fredd, Freddie▼, Freddy▼, Fredek, Frederic▼, Frederich, Frederico, Frederik, Fredi, Fredric▼, Fredrick▼, Fredrik, Fredro, Frido, Fridrich, Fridrick, Friedel, Friedrich, Friedrick, Fritz▼, Fritzchen, Fritzi, Fritzl, Fryderky, Jerk, Jerker, Ric, Rich▼, Rick▼, Rickey▼, Ricky, Rik, Rike, Rikke, Rikki and Rikky.
Eryk is an uncommon first name for males. Eryk is also a rare last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is a comparison of the popularity of the boy name Eryk and affiliated names. Popular varying forms of Eryk (#unlisted) ranked in the Top 1000 are Eric (#123 the previous year), Erick (#257), Erik (#328), Frederick (#497), Ricky (#519), Friedrich, Fredrik, Fritz, Rickey, Fredrick, Rick, Rich, Frederic, Federico, Erich, Fred, Freddie, Aric, Freddy and Fredric. These boy names were at the apex of their popularity during the years 1960-1969 (usage of 0.5184%) and are now significantly less widespread (usage 0.1638%, down 68.4%), with forms like Freddy, Fredrick, Fred, Freddie and Aric falling out of fashion. Eric (#123), Erick (#257), Erik (#328) and Ricky (#519) are four of the more fashionable names for newborns in this list. (2014 Birth Statistics)