The name Fridolin is of Old High German descent because it is a diminutive of Friedrich, an Old Germanic name. In Old High German, the word fridolin means 'peaceful ruler' (from 'fridu' for 'peace and protection' and 'rihhi' for 'powerful, wealthy, and mighty'). Some people also say that this name comes from the Old High German given name 'Frithuric', which is made up of the words 'friuz' (peace, tranquillity, and friendliness) and 'rkijaz' (joy) (kingly, royal, noble, mighty, distinguished, powerful, rich). The meaning of Fridolin is 'peaceful ruler'. Frederick II, a member of the Hohenzollern family, ruled Prussia (1740–1772) from 1712–1786. He earned the titles of Frederick the Great (Friedrich der Große) and Der Olde Fritz (Old Fritz). People with the name Fridolin are responsible and mature. They like creature comforts and may be artistically inclined. They frequently devote themselves to advancing society. Fridolin shares similarities with the names Frida, Fridleif, Fridolf, Fridulf, and Fridulph. People with the name Fridolin yearn for freedom and love. They enjoy art and music. They are giving, caring, compassionate, and charitable. A person with the name Fridolin loves to travel and teach but despises restrictions. They are courageous, practical, tolerant, and spiritual. They are strong-willed and determined, yet they are also impulsive, argumentative, irritable, rebellious, and impatient.