GODRIC

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Wikipedia Meaning and Definition on 'GODRIC'


  • Godric: Godric may refer to: Godric of Finchale (c. 1060–1170), Anglo-Saxon saint Godric the Sheriff (died 1066), 11th-century sheriff of Buckinghamshire and Berkshire
  • Godric of Finchale: Saint Godric of Finchale (or Saint Goderic) (c. 1065 – 21 May 1170) was an English hermit, merchant and popular medieval saint, although he was never formally
  • Godric the Sheriff: Godric (died c.1066 ) was the Anglo Saxon sheriff of Berkshire and possibly Buckinghamshire in the 11th century prior to the Norman Conquest. As a sheriff
  • Godric (novel): of medieval Catholic saint Godric of Finchale. The novel was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. Godric is told in Saint Godric's own voice: Buechner intentionally
  • Godric the Steward: Godric or Godric the Steward or Godric dapifer (died c. 1114) was an Englishman around the time of the Norman Conquest. Godric was a native Englishman
  • Godric of Mappestone: Godric of Mappestone was an Anglo-Saxon thane and landowner mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086 as a tenant of Howel in modern Herefordshire. Godric

Meaning of the Name 'GODRIC'


  • Meaning: Rules with God
  • Origin: Anglo
  • Gender: Male


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