Female, H names, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes

Henriette

Henriette is the French form of Henri, the French form of Henry meaning “home ruler”, made up from Germanic elements heim (home) and ric (power, rule), both of which derive from a PIE root word.

Origin: Proto-Indo-European

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Variants

  • Henrietta (English, Hungarian, Finnish, Swedish, Dutch)
  • Henriëtte (Dutch)
  • Harriet (English)
  • Harriett (English)
  • Harriette (English)
  • Harrietta (English)
  • Henrike (German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish)
  • Hendrika (Dutch)
  • Hendrina (Dutch)
  • Henriikka (Finnish)
  • Enrica (Italian)

 

Male forms

  • Henry (English)
  • Heimirich (Ancient Germanic)
  • Heinrich (Ancient Germanic, German)
  • Henricus (Dutch, Latinized Ancient Germanic)
  • Henrik (Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, German, Hungarian, Slovene, Croatian, Armenian)
  • Endika (Basque)
  • Enric (Catalan)
  • Jindřich (Czech)
  • Herry (Medieval English)
  • Harry (English)
  • Harri (Welsh, Finnish)
  • Henri (French, Finnish)
  • Henrikki (Finnish)
  • Heikki (Finnish)
  • Anri (Georgian)
  • Hinrik (Icelandic)
  • Anraí (Irish)
  • Einrí (Irish)
  • Enrico (Italian)
  • Arrigo (Italian)
  • Rico (Italian)
  • Henrikas (Lithuanian)
  • Henryk (Polish)
  • Enrique (Spanish)
  • Henrique (Portuguese)
  • Eanraig (Scottish)
  • Hendry (Scottish)
  • Henrich (Slovak)

 

 

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