Rico is the Spanish short form of Ricardo, the Spanish and Portuguese form of Richard meaning “brave ruler” or “strong ruler” from Germanic elements ric (power, ruler) and hard (brave, hardy). It’s also the Italian short form of Enrico, the Italian form of Henry which means “home ruler” from Germanic elements heim (home) and ric (power, ruler). Rico is also a surname derived from the Old Portuguese word rico meaning “rich” likely referring to someone whow as rich or powerful; the word comes from Gothic reiks (mighty, powerful) via Proto-Germanic *rīks (kingly, royal; mighty, powerful; rich).
Yusra is an Arabic female name meaning “wealth, ease, comfort”. It’s also related to a root word meaning “left”.
Edward comes from Old English elements ead (wealth, fortune, rich) and weard (guard, guardian) meaning “rich guardian”, “rich guard” or “wealthy guard/guardian”. It’s also an surname derived from the given name.
Nicknames: Ed, Eddy/Eddie, Ted, Teddy, Ned, Lalo (Spanish diminutive of Eduardo), Ede (Hungarian diminutive), Edu (Portuguese diminutive), Dado (Portuguese), Duda (Portuguese)
Origin: Old English
- Eadweard (Old English)
- Eduard (German, Russian, Czech, Slovak, Croatian, Catalan, Dutch, Estonian, Romanian, Georgian, Armenian)
- Edvard (Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, Slovene, Czech, Armenian)
- Edorta (Basque)
- Eetu (Finnish)
- Édouard (French)
- Ekewaka (Hawaiian)
- Eduárd (Hungarian)
- Edvárd (Hungarian)
- Eadbhárd (Irish)
- Edoardo (Italian)
- Eduards (Latvian)
- Duarte (Portuguese)
- Eduardo (Portuguese, Spanish)
- Eideard (Scottish)
- Ned (English)
- Edwarda (English)
- Edwardine (English)
- Edwardina (English)
- Eduarda (Portuguese)
Shigeru is a Japanese male name with various meanings depending on the kanji used such as 茂 “luxuriant, lush, abundant”, 繁 “rich, prosperous, luxurious, flourishing”, and likely other meanings.
Yutaka is a Japanese male name meaning “abundant, plentiful, rich” from Japanese 豊, though it has other meanings depending on the kanji used such as: “prosperous, rich” (裕); “excellent, outstanding, kind, tenderness” (優); “fertile, lush, abundant” (穣); “warm” (温); “male, excellent + tall, high, flying” (雄高); “tolerant” (寛); and other meanings depending on the kanji.
Otis comes from a surname derived from Germanic given name Ode, the medieval English form of Otto meaning “wealth, fortune” from Ancient Germanic element aud (wealth, fortune).
Origin: Ancient Germanic
- Otto (German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, English, Ancient Germanic)
- Odo (Ancient Germanic)
- Ode (Medieval English)
- Audo (Ancient Germanic)
- Oda (Ancient Germanic)
- Auda (Ancient Germanic)
Edwin is an English male name composed from Old English elements ead (wealth, fortune, riches, blessed, happiness) and wine (friend) meaning “rich friend”, “blessed friend” or “happy friend”.
Nicknames: Ed, Eddy/Eddie, Win/Wyn
Origin: Old English
- Edwyn (English)
- Eadwine (Anglo-Saxon)
- Edvin (Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Estonian, Hungarian)
- Audun (Old Norse)
- Edwina (English)
- Edweena (English)
- Edwena (English)
- Edwyna (English)
Origin: Greek, Old English
Meaning: Teddy is often used as a nickname for Theodore, a masculine name derived from Greek Theodoros meaning “gift of God” or “God’s gift” from Greek elements theos (God) and doron (gift).
Teddy could also be a nickname for Theodora, the feminine form of Theodore, making it a unisex name.
It’s also been used as a nickname for Edward, an English masculine name composed from Old English elements ead (wealth, fortune) and weard (guard, guardian) meaning “wealthy guard” or “rich guard/guardian”.
Teddy is also a word, referring to a woman’s one piece undergarment, as well as referring to a teddy bear, a plush toy bear that got its name from the 26th President Theodore Roosevelt, because he apparently refused to shoot a bear cub on a hunting trip.