Cedric

Cedric is a male given name invented by Walter Scott in the 1819 novel Ivanhoe, based on Cerdic, the name of a 6th-century Saxon king.

Notable people with the name include:

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Other articles related to "cedric":

Cedric - Fiction
... Cédric, character in the Franco-Belgian comic book Cédric by Laudec and Cauvin Cedric, character in the 1992 film Home Alone 2 Lost in New York Cedric the Saxon, character in the ... Cedric Sneer, character in The Raccoons, a Canadian animated television series ...
Squareheads Of The Round Table - Plot
... She however is in love with Cedric, the blacksmith ... The Stooges try to intervene for Cedric by serenading Elaine the music is the sextet from Donizetti's opera "Lucia di Lammermoor" ... Foster’s "Old Folks at Home", thus allowing Elaine to free Cedric ...
Cedric (disambiguation)
... Cedric is a male given name ... Cedric may also refer to Cedric, Alabama Nissan Cedric, a sedan car RMS Cedric Cédric, a Belgian comic strip ...
List Of Empire Ships (Ca–Cl) - Suffix Beginning Ca To Cl - Empire Cedric
... Empire Cedric was a 4,820 GRT Landing Ship, Tank (LST) which was built by Yarrows Ltd, Esquimalt, British Columbia ... rebuilt as a car ferry by Harland Wolff Ltd, Tilbury and renamed Empire Cedric ...
List Of Merlin Characters - C - Cedric
... Cedric (portrayed by Mackenzie Crook) was a conman who set out to usurp Merlin's place as Arthur's manservant ... In the second season premiere, The Curse of Cornelius Sigan, Cedric sought to gain access to Arthur's personal rooms in order to steal the keys to an ... boar that attacked Arthur during a hunt, Cedric took credit for the kill and was rewarded with a position in the royal household ...

Famous quotes containing the word cedric:

    I’ve created a hundred times the monster that my father made.
    W. Scott Darling, and Erle C. Kenton. Dr. Frankenstein (Sir Cedric Hardwicke)

    Kittering’s brain. What we will he think when he resumes life in that body? Will he thank us for giving him a new lease on life? Or will he object to finding his ego living in that human junk heap?
    W. Scott Darling, and Erle C. Kenton. Dr. Frankenstein (Sir Cedric Hardwicke)

    I’ve created a hundred times the monster that my father made.
    —W. Scott Darling. Erle C. Kenton. Dr. Frankenstein (Sir Cedric Hardwicke)