Henrik - boys name

Henrik name popularity, meaning and origin

Name Popularity: 63%

Henrik name meaning:

The name Henrik is of Scandinavian origin and has its roots in Old Norse. It is derived from the name Heinrich, which is a combination of the elements "heima," meaning home, and "ric," meaning ruler or power. Therefore, the name Henrik can be interpreted to mean "ruler of the home" or "powerful ruler."

People named Henrik are often described as confident, determined, and strong-willed individuals. They possess leadership qualities and have a natural inclination towards taking charge of situations. Henrik's strong sense of responsibility and determination to succeed make them well-suited for leadership roles and positions of authority. They have a natural ability to inspire and motivate others, and their assertiveness allows them to excel in various endeavors.

Henrik is a name that carries a sense of power and authority, suggesting that individuals with this name have the potential to make a significant impact in their personal and professional lives.

Origin: German

Form of Henry. Ruler of the home.

Related names

Henry , Enrica, Enrico , Enrique , Enzo , Heikki, Heinrich, Hemming, Hendrick, Hendrik , Hennie, Henny , Henri , Henrietta , Henrik , Henryk , Hetty

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Overall UK ranking: 1782 out of 4789

13 recorded births last year

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    Regional popularity

    Ranking for this name in various UK regions

  • Scotland (1265)

Historical popularity of Henrik

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