What does Roderick mean?
Germanic name from hrod "fame", and ric "rule, power". It was used in Celtic to anglicize Rhodri and Rhydderch. In Scotland, it was used for Ruairidh (see Rory). Literary: "The Vision of Don Roderick" was a 1811 poem by Sir Walter Scott. See also Rodel.
Roderick▼ has 34 variants: Broderick▲, Brodrick, Brodryck, Rhoderick, Rhodric, Rod▼, Rodd, Rodderick, Roddie, Roddric, Roddrick, Roddy, Roderic, Roderich, Roderigo, Roderik, Roderyck, Rodric, Rodrick▼, Rodrigo, Rodrigue, Rodrigues, Rodriguez, Rodrik, Rodrique, Rodriquez, Rodryck, Rodryk, Roric, Rorick, Rory▲, Rurek, Rurik and Ruy.
Related boy name: Radek.
Roderick has 1 feminine form: Roderica.Kreatif forms:
(male) Roderky, Roderric, ..
(female) Rodernie, Roderre, ..
How popular is Roderick?
Roderick is a very popular first name for males (#345 out of 1220, Top 28%) and also a very popular last name for both adults and children (#4723 out of 150436, Top 3%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Presented below is the birth name statistics of Roderick for boys. Roderick reached its top rank of #246 in the U.S. during 1960-1969, and is currently at #1080. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)
Popular variation forms of Roderick (#1080 a year ago) are Rory (#416 a year ago), Rodrigo (#488), Broderick (#973), Rodriguez, Rodriquez, Rodrick, Roderic, Brodrick, Rod, Rodd and Roddy. Other variants, like Rorik, are seldom used. These relations of Roderick were popular as baby names 44 years ago (median #1174) and are almost as common today (#1579, ▼20.4%), but with forms such as Rodrick going out of style. Rory and Broderick are two of the more contemporarily stylish birth names in this list.
Recommended names are Adelrick, Aerick, Alberick, Alerick, Allerick, Andrick, Broderic (see Broderick), Cedrick, Corrick, Dedrick, Derick, Diederick, Dierick, Eddrick, Ederic, Ederick, Edrick, Eldrick, Federico, Frederick▼, Goderick, Godric, Godrick, Goodrick, Jedrick, Jerick, Kadrick, Keddrick, Kedrick, Lodewick, Maverick▲, Melderick (see Meldrick), Rogerio, Sedrick, Tedrick, Yorick and Yorrick. These names tend to be less frequently used than Roderick.