Word Origin and History for ulrich
masc. proper name, German, from Old High German Uodalrich, literally "of a rich home," from uodal "home, nobility" (related to Old English æðele "noble," Old Norse oðal "home").
Examples from the Web for ulrich
At 26, Ulrich is just barely constitutionally old enough to be in the House (you have to be 25).
George Arzt, a Democratic political consultant in the city, speaks well of Ulrich.
Part one ends as the socialist regime collapses, and so too does Ulrich, when he accidentally blinds himself with acid.This Week's Hot Reads
The Daily Beast
February 16, 2011
A Přemysl successor was wanted; Ulrich and Božena provided one.From a Terrace in Prague
Lieut.-Col. B. Granville Baker
Usually bright and cheerful, to-night Ulrich was sadly depressed.
At last Ulrich was outside, and he breathed more freely in the open air.
Then closing it and locking it again, he motioned Ulrich to follow him.The Boy Nihilist
And her mother declared that it was Ulrich, although his hair was white.The Works of Guy de Maupassant, Vol. 1 (of 8)
Guy de Maupassant