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What does Roderyck mean?

Roderyck Pronunciation of Roderyck [roderyck] as a name for boys is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Roderyck is "famous power". Roderyck is an alternate form of Roderick (Old German): Germanic name from hrod "fame".

Associated with: famous, power.


Roderyck has 4 variants: Rhoderick, Rodderick, Roderic and Roderik.

12 more alternative forms via Roderick: Broderick, Brodryck, Roddric, Roddrick, Roderich, Roderigo, Rodric, Rodrick, Rodrik, Rodryck, Rodryk and Rorick.

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Middle name pairings:
Roderyck Ander (R.A.), ..

How popular is Roderyck?

Roderyck is an unusual first name for males. Roderyck is an equally uncommon surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related boy names. Broderick (#1166 via latest list), Roderic, Roderick (#1066) and Rodrick are the prominent variation forms of Roderyck (outside Top 2000). Usage of these forms of Roderyck was at its most widespread in the 1970s (average #746) and is now much lower (#1558, 75.7% less usage), with forms such as Roderick becoming less trendy. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Broderick, Roderic, Roderick, Rodrick in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Roderyck and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Suggested similar names are Adelrick, Aerick, Alberick, Alerick, Allerick, Andrick, Brodrick, Cedrick, Corrick, Dedrick, Dereck, Derick, Derryck, Deryck, Diederick, Dierck, Dierick, Eddrick, Ederick, Edrick, Eldrick, Frederick, Garryck, Goderick, Godrick, Goodrick, Herryck, Jedrick, Jerack (see Jerrick), Jereck, Jerick, Jorck, Kadrick, Keddrick, Kedrick, Kendryck, Lodewick, Maverick, Melderick (see Meldrick), Radek, Rhodric, Rider, Roark, Robers, Robert, Roberto, Rock, Roddy, Rodel, Rodell, Rodeo, Rodger, Rodney, Rodrigo, Roger, Rogerio, Rogers, Roley, Roper, Rorey, Roric, Rorik, Rorric, Rorry, Rory, Rover, Royce, Royer, Rudey, Ryder, Sedgewyck (see Sedgwick), Sedgwyck, Sedrick, Tedrick and Yorick. These names tend to be more commonly used than Roderyck.

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