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  • Ullrica, Ullricka (rare)

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A feminine form of the male given name Ulric (modern German Ulrich), Germanic for "ruler of all" or "wolf[like] ruler".

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Ulrica

  1. A female given name from the Germanic languages, rare in English.
    • 1819, Walter Scott, chapter XXX, in Ivanhoe:
      Farewell, Front-de-Boeuf! — May Mista, Skogula, and Zernebock, gods of the ancient Saxons – fiends, as the priests now call them – supply the place of comforters at your dying bed, which Ulrica now relinquishes!
    • 1975, Jorge Luis Borges, “Ulrica”, in The Book of Sand:
      "Forever is a word forbidden to men," asserted Ulrica and, to lighten the emphasis, she asked me to repeat my name, which she had not caught. "Javier Otárola," I told her. She tried to repeat it and couldn't. I failed, equally, with the name Ulrikke.

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Ulrica f

  1. a female given name, equivalent to English Ulrica

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Ulrica f

  1. a female given name

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Ulrica c (genitive Ulricas)

  1. a female given name, a less common spelling of Ulrika