What does Eryk mean?
Eryk /eryk/ as a name for boys. Eryk's root is Old Norse, and the meaning of Eryk is "complete ruler; peaceful ruler". Eryk is an alternate form of Eric (Old Norse) with the suffix -yk. Eryk is also a derivative of Frederick (Old French, Old German).
How popular is Eryk?
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 from current records), Erick (#257), Erik (#328), Frederick (#497), Rick, Fred, Erich and Aric. These relations of Eryk were popular as birth names during the years 1970-1979 (adoption of 0.73%) and are now significantly less conventional (adoption 0.35%, 52% less), with the forms Aric, Erich, Fred, Rick and Frederick falling out of fashion. Eric has historically been a favorite of parents, although Erik seems to be getting popular too. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Thinking of names?
Eryk is alike in pronunciation to Arek, Arick, Arik, Erric, Yorik and Yurik. Other suggested similar baby names are Deryk, Edik, Edrik, Edyn, Efryn, Ely, Emrys, Emyr, Enok, Eran, Erez, Eri, Erie, Erin▼, Erl, Erle, Erly, Ern, Erno, Erol, Eron, Eros, Erryl, Erv, Erve, Ervyn, Erwyn, Eryle, Evyn and Ewy. These names tend to be more frequently used than Eryk.