Fryderyk
Origin/Usage
Germanic, Polish
Pronunciation
fri-DER-ik
Meaning
Calm monarch
More info about the name "Fryderyk"

Fryderyk is a Polish variant of Frederick. Frederick originates in Germanic languages and means "calm monarch". In the United States, it was most popular at the beginning of the 20th century, since then its usage has declined. It used to be a favorite name in European royal circles, more recently the famous bearers include Frederick Forsyth, a British novelist.

Famous Fryderyks

Fryderyk Chopin - composer
Fryderyk Getkant - military engineer

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