Popularity:6839
Origin:British
Meaning:kindly and loved
"Kindly and loved" are definitely two things you'll want baby to be. Cedrick, an Old English boy's name, is a variant of Cedric, a name invented by Sir Walter Scott for his book Ivanhoe. It might also have its roots in the Welsh name Cedrych, meaning "pattern of bounty." Cedrick gives the name an unexpected spin, combining the elegance of Cedric with the nostalgic charm of Rick.
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