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Freddie

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The name Freddie is a nickname or a variant of the name Frederick. Frederick comes from its German elements ‘fridu’ meaning ‘peace’, ‘harmony’ or ‘tranquillity’ and ‘ric’, translating to ‘power’, ‘rule’ or ‘king’. Thus, the meaning of Freddie is ‘a peaceful king’. Frederick has been a name commonly used by the nobles and royals in European history, such as by Frederick the Great, who ruled over Prussia for 46 years. Freddie is also a shorter version of the name Alfred. The superstar singer Freddie Mercury was the lead vocalist in the best-selling rock band 'Queen'. They are one of the most successful bands of all time; their album 'Greatest Hits' is the best-selling album of all time in the United Kingdom and was certified nine times platinum in the United States.

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Locations featuring Freddie

Freddie's Pizza
Freddie's 35er
Freddie's Tavern
Freddie Mercury Last Residence

Songs About Freddie

Mr. Freddie Blues
Freddie Freeloader
Freddie Gray

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