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Name Frédéric - Meaning and origin


Origin of first name:

Germanic

Meaning of the name:

From the Germanic fried, "protector", and ric, "powerful".

Celebrities:

Frederick owes his fame to the Germanic Roman Emperor Frederick I, who had power in Europe for thirty years. It was also named after the musician Chopin and the philosopher Nietzsche.

Let's also mention: the French animator Frédéric Lopez (Rendez-vous en terre inconnu), the French philosopher and writer Frédéric Lenoir, the French singer Frédéric François, the animator Frédéric Mitterrand, the writer and director Frédéric Beigbeder.

Saint Frederick was, in the ninth century, a bishop of Utrecht, named by the son of Charlemagne.

His character :

Frederic is a strong and courageous boy. Very optimistic and endowed with a great practical sense, he is not easily invaded by everyday problems. Intelligent and intuitive, he can predict the consequences of his actions or those of those around him. Not relying on luck, he prefers to provoke the things that will ensure his success rather than wisely wait for events to unfold. Dynamic and voluntary, Frédéric is hyperactive, he constantly needs to work hard to feel comfortable. Demonstrating great determination, he strives to achieve his goals.

Derivatives:

Freddy, Fritz, Frédérique, Federico.

His party :

The Frédéric are celebrated on July 18th.

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