Paddrick originated as an Irish and English name that gained popularity during the Middle English age. The Latin word Patricus is the parent name for Paddrick, but its origin is entirely English first and Irish second. The meaning of Paddrick is 'noble'. The inception of this name was held during the time of the Norman Conquest of 1066. It was a great migration wave where people fled to England from distant places. The first time when the name Paddrick made its appearance was around the Suffolk and Norfolk province at the times of the Norman Conquest. Now, the name Paddrick was the talk of the town for specific reasons. Around the fifth century, Saint Patrick was an active member of the Roman aristocracy. People followed him, respected his work, and looked to him for a better society. When the name Paddrick spurred up, people linked the two sources: the Norman Conquest and the noble father, Saint Patricus. As a result, Paddrick got popular like no other name of that time. It is also one of the variant names for Patrick, named after Saint Patrick or Patricus. However, as of 2022, in today's world, Paddrick or any other variant of Patrick is quite trendy.