This name derives from the Old High German name “Uodalrich”, composed of two elements: “*ōþ- / *audaz” (One's ancestral land, homeland, home, territory / prosperity, fortune, riches, wealth) plus “*rīkijaz” (kingly, royal, noble, mighty, distinguished, powerful, rich). In turn, the name means “the power of richness, the distinction for its own property, prosperity, and power, mighty to riches. Saint Ulrich of Augsburg (~ 890–973), was Bishop of Augsburg and a leader of the Roman Catholic Church in Germany. He was the first saint to be canonized. Ulrika Nish was a nun of the Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy of the Holy Cross (Ingenbohl sisters). In the Roman Catholic Church, she is venerated as Blessed.
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