What walk Ericka mean?
ASSOCIATED through norse, leader (queen)
VARIANTS Eyrica, Erykah▼, Eryka, Erycka, Eryca, Erricka, Erikka, Erika▼, Eraca, Arika, Arica, Airika, Airicka, Airica, Aericka, Aerica
RELATIONS VIA ERICA Elika, Enrica, Enrika, Erike, Ricki▼, Ricky, TericaCREATIVE FORMS(female) (male) center NAME PAIRINGSEricka Ashlyn (E.A.), ..
How renowned is Ericka?
Ericka is a an extremely prominent an initial name for females (#753 the end of 4276, height 18%) but an unexplained last surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. CENSUS)
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Ericka was very first listed in 1960-1969 and reached its greatest position that #343 in the U.S. In the 1970s, however is not discovered in the perform at the moment. (TOP infant NAMES, 2018)
Which variation is better?
Popular different forms that Ericka are Arica, Arika, Erica (#899 IN 2018), Erika (#896), Eryka, Erykah, Ricki and Ricky. These connections of Ericka were famous with parents during the years 1980-1989 (USAGE that 0.8%) and are now substantially less famous (USAGE 0.04%, under 96%), through versions prefer Erika coming to be less trendy.
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Ericka▼ is pronounced likewise to Eriko, Eroica and also Eroiqua. Other suggested similar-sounding names space Alaricka (see Alarice), Amika, Anicka, Becka, Branka, Cilka, Decka, Dericka, Dorika, Edira, Edita, Ediva, Efimia, Egidia, Eigra, Eira, Eliana▲, Elicia, Elida, Elidia, Eligia, Elina▲, Elinda, Elisa▲, Elisha, Elisia, Elita, Elka, Elrica, Emilea, Emilla, Enricka, Ercilia, Erda, Erena, Erga, Erina, Erinna, Erinne, Eris, Erisha, Eriss, Erla, Erlinia, Erma▼, Ermina, Erminia, Erna▼, Ersilia, Ertha, Erzilia, Etelka (see Ethel), Evia, Evina, Evita, Faricka (see Farica), Fericka (see Farica), Flicka, Gericka, Gerika, Karlicka, Mariska, Milka, Nika, Ricka, Riecka (see Rica), Rieka, Rifka, Rika, Sarika, Tricia▼ and also Ulrika. These names often tend to be less typically used than Ericka.