US Popularity:10200
Origin:Italian
Other Origin(s):German
Meaning:Curly-haired; Brave ruler
Match baby’s adventurous spirit and fearless attitude with the name Rici. This gender-neutral moniker has two possible roots that may describe baby perfectly. Rici is a variation of Ricci, which is both an Italian surname and a version of Ricky. Ricci may come from the Italian term riccio, translating to “curly,” used as a nickname for those with wavy, coiled hair. Ricky is a diminutive of Ricardo, a form of Richard, which can be traced back to Old German elements. Rih, signifying “ruler, king,” combines with hart, translating to “brave, hardy,” hence the meaning “brave ruler. Baby Rici may or may not have cute ringlets, but regardless, they will go through life with courage. Get ready to help your daring hero as they grow into their crown and rule their world.

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1989
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