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What does Rodrik mean?

Rodrik Pronunciation of Rodrik as a boys' name is of Old German derivation, and the name Rodrik means "famous power". Rodrik is a variant form of Roderick (Old German): Germanic name from hrod "fame".


ASSOCIATED WITH famous, power


VARIANTS Rodryk, Rodryck, Rodrique, Rodrick, Rodric, Roddrick, Roddric, Rhodric

RELATIONS VIA RODERICK Brodrick, Rhoderick, Rod, Rodd, Rodderick, Roddie, Roddy, Roderic, Roderich, Roderigo, Roderik, Roderyck, Rodrigo, Rodrigue, Roric, Rorick, Rory, Rurek, Rurik



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How popular is Rodrik?

Rodrik is an uncommon first name for men. Rodrik is a unique surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Which version is better?

Prominent variation forms of Rodrik (OUTSIDE TOP 2000) are Rory (#368 VIA LATEST LIST), Rodrigo (#500), Roderick (#1357), Brodrick, Rod, Rodd, Roddy, Roderic and Rodrick. Adoption of these forms of Rodrik was common during 1960-1969 (AVERAGE #901) and is almost as conventional today (#1580, 17%), but with versions such as Rodrick falling out of fashion. Rory is the most contemporarily stylish boy name among these. (TOP 2000 NAMES, 2018)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Brodrick, Rod, Rodd, Roddy, Roderic in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Roderick, Rodrick, Rodrigo, Rory in U.S.

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

Similar Names

Suggested similar-sounding names are Andrik, Arik, Brik, Cedrik, Derik, Derrik, Edik, Edrik, Eirik, Erik, Fredrik, Gerik, Godric, Godrick, Hendrik, Henrik, Herrik (see Herrick), Jerrik, Jurik, Kendrik, Kenrik, Ludvik, Marik, Merrik, Patrik, Radek, Rafik, Rik, Roark, Roarke, Robbie, Robbin, Robi, Robin, Rocio, Rock, Rodas, Rodel, Rodell, Rodeo, Rodge, Rodger, Rodman, Rodnee, Rodney, Rodnie, Rodolf, Rogerio, Roi, Rollie, Rollin, Romain, Ronnie, Rorey, Rorik, Rorke, Rorric, Rorry, Rosario, Roslin, Rourke, Rouvin, Ruark, Rudi, Rudie, Saarik, Sedrik, Tarik, Ulrik, Yorik and Yurik. These names tend to be more commonly used than Rodrik.

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