Heinrich

Heinrich is a German boy name. The meaning of the name is `Ruler of the Home` Where is it used? The name Heinrich is mainly used In German.How do they say it elsewhere? Hinrich ( In German) Henry ( In English) If it`s too long people might use In German: HeinerFor the opposite sex use: In English: Harry (M) See also In Spanish: Enrique In Scottish...
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Heinrich

[farmer] Heinrich is the name of a German farmer, who was looking for a woman in the German TV show Farmer Wants a Wife. He sang a song about his life as shepherd. He lives with 400 animals and his mother in his farm in the `Hellweg Börde`. One of his songs, `Das Schäferlied` (`The shepherd song`), which he sang often at village festivals...
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Heinrich

Heinrich is the German form of the name Henry.
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Heinrich

[surname] Heinrich is a surname of German origin. Notable persons with that surname include: ...
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Heinrich

[crater] Heinrich lies to the southwest of the prominent crater Timocharis, and was previously designated as Timocharis A before being given its current name by the IAU. It is otherwise a relatively isolated formation with only a few tiny satellite craters of Timocharis located nearby. ...
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Heinrich

[given name] Heinrich is a given name of Germanic origin and cognate of `Henry`. Female forms are Henrike and Henriette. The most famous patron saint is Henry († 1024), as the German Emperor Henry II. Notable persons with this given name include: == Monarchs and royalty == == Archbishops == == Other persons == == Fictional characters == =...
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