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What does Deryke mean?

Deryke Pronunciation of Deryke as a boys' name means "people's ruler". Deryke is a version of Derek (English, Old German): from Theodoric.


ASSOCIATED WITH ruler (king)


VARIANTS Deryk, Deryck, Derryk, Derryck, Derrik, Derrick, Derrek, Derreck, Deriq, Derik, Derick, Deric, Dereck, Darriq, Darrick, Darek

RELATIONS VIA DEREK Derk, Dirk, Dirke, Dyrk



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How popular is Deryke?

Deryke is an unusual first name for men but a very prominent last name for all people (#68569 out of 150436, Top 46%). (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Which version is better?

Derek (#257 THE PREVIOUS YEAR), Derrick (#475), Derick (#1176), Dereck (#1484), Darek, Darrick, Deric, Derik, Derk, Derreck, Derrek, Derrik and Dirk are the popular varying forms of Deryke (NOT RANKED). Other variants, like Deryck, are seldom used. Adoption of these forms of Deryke reached its highest in the 1980s (USAGE OF 0.7%) and has become much reduced since (USAGE 0.1%, 81%), with forms like Derek becoming somewhat outmoded. (TOP 2000 NAMES, 2018)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Darek, Darrick, Dereck, Derek, Deric in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Derick, Derik, Derk, Derreck, Derrek in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Derrick, Derrik, Dirk in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Derek outside U.S.

Similar Names

Recommended sound-alike names are Berke, Burke, Darbie, Darko, Daryl, Daryle, Daryll, Daye, Dayle, Dayne, Deane, Deante, Dee, Deke, Dekel, Deker, Dekker, Dekle, Delane, Demyan, Dene, Denlie, Dennie, Denys, Deonte, Derald, Derbey, Derbie, Derby, Derell, Derelle, Deri, Derito, Deron, Deroyce, Derrel, Derren, Derrie, Derrin, Derron, Derry, Dervin, Dervon, Derwin, Derwyn, Deryl, Deryll, Devane, Devine, Devyn, Devynn, Dewayne, Dewie, Dierck, Dirck, Dore, Dorsee, Dorsie (see Dorsey), Dory, Doyle, Drake, Drue, Dryden, Duayne, Duke, Duryea, Dwayne, Felike, Heike, Parke, Pelike (see Felix), Pyke, Renke, Rorke and Zeke. These names tend to be more frequently used than Deryke.

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