Ulrich

Ulrich, formerly Huldrich or Huldrych, is a Germanic name, derived from Old High German Uodalrich (uodal- meaning `heritage` and -rich meaning `powerful`). It is also common as a German language surname. Other names which are related include: Ullrich, Urich, Ulich, Ullerich, Ulricher, Ulrico, Orrico, Ullrisch, Woolrich, Ullmann, Ulke, Utz, Utz...
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Ulrich

(from the article `Ladislas V`) boy king of Hungary and of Bohemia (from 1453), who was caught up in the feud between his guardian Ulrich, count of Cilli, and the Hunyadi family of ...
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Ulrich

duke of Württemberg (1498–1519, 1534–50), a prominent figure in the German religious Reformation.[1 related articles]
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Ulrich

Ulrich is a French name for boys. The meaning is `noble, regal ruler` The name Ulrich is most commonly given to French boys. (10 times more often than to American boys.) Use for the other sex: Ulrica, Ulrika, Ulrike The name sounds like: Ulrick, Ullrich Similar names are: Ulrik, Ullric See also: Utz
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