Cédric is a male name.
Cédric is the French variant of the Name Cedric. Cedric was first mentioned by the author Sir Walter Scott in his novel “Ivanhoe”. The name presumably derived by the Anglo-Saxon royal name Cerdic, which is originally a Celtic name or by the Brythonic name Caratacos.
Cédric means “love” and “warlord”.
Cedric means “love” and “warlord”.