人名。其字面意思为和平统治者，来自frede-, 和平，词源同friend. -rick, 统治，词源同regal.
- masc. proper name, from French Frédéric, from German Friedrich, from Old High German Fridurih, from Proto-Germanic *frithu-rik, literally "peace-rule," from *rik- "rule" (see Reich) + *frithu- "peace" (cognates: Old English friðu "peace, truce"), from suffixed form of PIE root *pri- "to be friendly, to love" (see free (adj.)); related to the first half of Friday and the second half of afraid, also the second element in Siegfried, Godfrey, Geoffrey. Not a common name in medieval England, found mostly in the eastern counties.
- 1. The story outclasses anything written by Frederick Forsyth.
- 2. You must see a doctor, Frederick.
- 3. Judge Frederick Lacey headed up the investigation.
- 4. Frederick the Great was the patron of many artists.
- 5. Luther had already criticized the relics which Frederick kept at Wittenberg.
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