Richard

[surname] Richard can be a surname. Variations include: Ricard, Riccard(s), Richard(s), Ritchard, Richardson, Richardsson, Ricquart, Rijkaard, Rickaert, Ryckewaert Persons with the surname include: ==A to D== ==E to G== ==H to J== ==K to M== ==N to Z== ...
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Richard

Meaning as a surname: Germanic name meaning power, brave.
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Richard

Felix Adolphe, Paris surgeon, 1822-1872. ... See: Richard's fringes. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Richard

king of the Romans from 1256 to 1271, aspirant to the crown of the Holy Roman Empire.[5 related articles]
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Richard

Richard is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `strong ruler` Where is it used? The name Richard is mainly used In English, French, German and In Czech.How do they say it elsewhere? Rhisiart ( In Welsh) Ricardo ( In Spanish and In Portuguese) Rikard ( In Scandinavian and In Finnish) Ryszard ( In Polish) Riccardo ( In Italian) Rikárd...
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Richard

[disambiguation] Richard is a given name. Richard may also refer to: ...
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Richard

[Lost] For Civilian Conservation Corps projects in the U.S. state of Idaho. ...
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Richard

Richard is slang for a detective.
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Richard

Richard is a son of the King in King Henry VI part II.
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Richard

Richard is slang for a detective.
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Richard

(I) King of England 1189–99. He spent all but six months of his reign abroad. He was the third son of Henry II, against whom he twice rebelled. In the Third Crusade 1191–92 he won victories at Cyprus, Acre, and Arsuf (agains...
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Richard

The Germanic first or given name Richard derives from German, French, and English `ric` (ruler, leader, king) and `hard` (strong, brave), and it therefore means `powerful leader`. Nicknames include Dick, Dickie, Rich, Richie, Rick, Ricky, and others. Richard is a common name in many Germanic languages, including English, German, Norwegian, D...
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Richard

[first abbot of Fountains] Richard (died 1139) was an English Benedictine and Cistercian, the first abbot of Fountains. ==Life== He was prior of St Mary`s Abbey, York. In 1132 he found that the sacristan Richard (died 1143) and six other brothers of the house had entered into a bond that they would strive after a stricter life and, if possi...
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Richard

[Bishop of the Isles] Richard was a late 13th century Bishop of the Isles. He was a native Englishman, and formerly a canon of St Andrews. According to the Chronicle of Mann, Richard was bishop for twenty-three years. Following his return from the Second Council of Lyon in 1274, the chronicle states that Richard died at `Langalyver in Copla...
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Richard

[Dick] Richard (Dick) Talens is an entrepreneur and fitness coach. He is the co-founder of Fitocracy, an online game and social network with over 1.5 million members and named one of world`s most influential people in health & fitness by Greatist. ==Career== Richard Talens is the trainer to Miss America 2013 Mallory Hagan. He co-founded the...
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