Frederick

[given name] Frederick is a masculine given name meaning `peaceful ruler.` It is the English form of the German name Friedrich. Its meaning is derived from the Germanic word elements frid, or peace, and ric, meaning `ruler` or `power.` Frederick ranked among the top 100 names in the United States between 1880 and 1957 and has declined there...
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Frederick

[n] - a town in northern Maryland west of Baltimore
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Frederick

(1676-1751) King of Sweden from 1720. Third son of the Landgrave Karl of Hesse-Cassel, Frederick entered the Swedish service in 1715. He became king when his wife, Ulrica Eleonora, the sister of Charles XII,...
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Frederick

(from the article `Württemberg`) ...state church and became the leader of German Protestantism; his judicial and civil reforms, which included recognition of the Estates` control ...
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Frederick

county, northern Maryland, U.S., bounded by Pennsylvania to the north, the Monocacy River to the northeast, Virginia to the southwest (the Potomac ...
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Frederick

city, seat (1748) of Frederick county, north-central Maryland, U.S., on a tributary of the Monocacy River 47 miles (76 km) west of Baltimore. Laid ...
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Frederick

city, seat (1907) of Tillman county, southwestern Oklahoma, U.S. With the opening of the Kiowa-Apache-Comanche reservation to settlement in 1901, the ...
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Frederick

Frederick is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `Peaceful, Powerful Ruler` Where is it used? The name Frederick is mainly used In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Fredrik ( In Swedish and In Finnish) Federico ( In Spanish and In Italian) Federigo ( In Spanish) Frederico ( In Portuguese) Fryderyk ( In Polish) Friðrika ( In Icela...
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Frederick

[archbishop of Ravenna] Frederick (died June 1004) was the Archbishop of Ravenna briefly from 1002 to 1004. Frederick, a Saxon, first appears as a collaborator of the Emperor Otto III in 1000, when he was present at the reconsecration of Pomposa Abbey in Ravenna. In April 1001 he was appointed a presbyter and a cardinal. In June 1002 he was...
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Frederick

Frederick is the brother of the Duke and usurper of the Duke's dominions in As You Like It.
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Frederick

[ship] The Frederick was a ship that was wrecked at Cape Flinders on Stanley Island, Queensland, Australia in 1818. Frederick Reefs in the Coral Sea Islands, over {convert|220|nmi|km} northeast of Gladstone, Queensland gets its name from the Frederick, which first reported sighting of the reef. The reefs were discovered in 1812 by the Frede...
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Frederick

[MARC station] Frederick Station is located at 100 South East Street, at the south end of the bridge over Carroll Creek in Frederick, Maryland. It was built on December 17, 2001 on the old Frederick Branch of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, and was designed to represent some of the original B&O depots of the 19th Century. The station is AD...
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Frederick

Frederick, city (1990 pop. 40,148), seat of Frederick co., NW Md.; settled 1745, inc. 1817. The processing center of a fertile farm and dairying area, it makes beer, household items, optical and glass products, leather goods, clothing, and electronic equipment. The largest employer, however, is Fort...
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Frederick

(II) King of Prussia from 1740, when he succeeded his father Frederick William I. In that year he started the War of the Austrian Succession by his attack on Austria. In the peace of 1745 he secured Silesia. The struggle was renewed i...
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(I) Holy Roman Emperor from 1152. Originally duke of Swabia, he was elected emperor in 1152, and was engaged in a struggle with Pope Alexander III 1159–77, which ended in his submission; the Lombard cities, headed by Milan, took advantage of this to establish their independence of imp...
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Frederick

[Württemberg-Neuenstadt] Original movie poster, Hallelujah!, 1929 == Fair use in Hallelujah! (film) == Though this image is subject to copyright, its use is covered by the U.S. fair use laws because: ==Source== ...
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Frederick

[archbishop of Mainz] Frederick (died October 954) was the Archbishop of Mainz from 937, following the late Hildebert, until his death. He was a son of Reginar, Duke of Lorraine. Immediately, Frederick acted as an opponent of Otto the Great, one of the most consistent opponents he faced. In 939, he joined the rebellion of Eberhard III of Fr...
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Frederick

[song] `Frederick` is a rock song written by Patti Smith, and released as lead single from Patti Smith Group 1979 album Wave. The song is dedicated to Fred `Sonic` Smith, guitar player of the Detroit band MC5 and Smith`s future husband. The Piano intro of Frederick is a homage to the then regularly performed live intro by Bruce Springsteen ...
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Frederick

[horse] Frederick (1826–1837) also known as `Frederic`, was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. In a career that lasted from June 1829 to August 1831 he ran five times and won once. His only win came on his racecourse debut, when he recorded an upset victory in the 1829 Derby ridden by his sixty-year-old trainer John Forth. Frederi...
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