The name Friedrich is shortened to 'Frieder' in Old High German. The meaning of Frieder is 'peaceful ruler' in Old High German. It is derived from 'fridu', which stands for peace and protection and 'rihhi' for powerful, wealthy, and magnificent. It is also said 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, wealthy). 'Peaceful ruler, peacekeeper' is what the term denotes. Frederick II, a member of the Hohenzollern family, ruled Prussia (1740–1772) from 1712–1786. He is renowned for being a superb military strategist and army organizer for Prussia. He earned the titles of Frederick the Great (Friedrich der Große) and Der Olde Fritz (Old Fritz). Frederick I, a saint in the Roman Catholic Church, served as Bishop of Utrecht between 815 and 838. People with the name Friedrich are frequently seen as innovative and spiritual. They are wise, ideological, and non-materialistic individuals. They can both lead themselves and others during times of crisis. Opportunities to work as an inventor, performer, or spiritual leader may present themselves. However, they are also drawn to practical electrical engineering or flying professions. Typically, they accomplish their spiritual objectives and work to help those who are less fortunate than them.