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Ulrich, (German pronunciation: [uːlʁiːx]), formerly Huldrich or Huldrych, is a Germanic name, derived from Old High German Uodalrich (uodal- meaning "heritage" and -rich meaning "powerful"). It is also common as a German language surname. Other names which are related include: Ullrich, Urich, Ulich, Ulerich/Ullerich, Ulricher/Ullricher, Ulrico/Ullrico, Olrich/Ollrich, Orrico, Ulrisch/Ullrisch, Woolrich, Ulman/Ulmann/Ullman/Ullmann, Ulke, Utz, Utzmann, Ützle, Jedele, Yetley, Yulrich, Jehle, Jehl, Uler/Uller.

The form Ulrich is used not only in German, but also in Swiss, French, and English. Equivalents in other languages are: Odalric (Catalan), Oldrich (Slovak), Oldřich (Czech), Ódor (Hungarian), Ryczek (Polish), Ulderico/Ullderico (Italian), Uldis/Ulldis (Latvian), Ulrik/Ullrik (Danish, Dutch, Hungarian, Norwegian, Swedish), Ulryk/Ullryk, Ulrych/Ullrych (Polish, Czech), Huldericus (Latin).

Ulrich may refer to:

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