Titlepage of La Crónica del rey don Rodrigo (The Chronicle of the Lord King Roderic) published by Juan Ferrer (1549), recounting the legendary deeds of Roderic

Rodrigo[1] (English: Ruderic, Roderic, Roderik, Roderich, or Roderick, [Ludhriq, لذريق] error: : text has italic markup (help) ; died 711 or 712) was the Visigothic King of Hispania for a brief period between 710 and 712. He is famous in legend as "the last king of the Goths." In history he actually is an extremely obscure figure about whom little can be said with certainty but that he ruled part of Iberia with opponents ruling the rest and was defeated and killed by invading Muslims who soon conquered the entire peninsula. His widow Egilona is believed to have married Abd al-Aziz ibn Musa, who was later assassinated.

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  1. His name is of Gothic origin. Its Germanic root is Hrōþirīk(i)az.

Other Languages
Afrikaans: Roderik
العربية: لذريق
aragonés: Rodrigo
български: Родерих
brezhoneg: Roderig
català: Roderic
čeština: Roderich
Deutsch: Roderich
English: Roderic
español: Rodrigo
Esperanto: Rodrigo
euskara: Errodrigo
فارسی: ردریک
français: Rodéric
galego: Don Rodrigo
Bahasa Indonesia: Roderikus
italiano: Roderico
עברית: רודריק
ქართული: როდერიკი
Bahasa Melayu: Roderic
Nederlands: Roderik
norsk: Roderik
occitan: Rodrigo
português: Rodrigo
русский: Родерих
slovenščina: Roderik
српски / srpski: Родерих
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Roderik
suomi: Roderik
svenska: Roderik
Tagalog: Rodrigo
Türkçe: Rodrigo
українська: Родеріх
اردو: لذریق
中文: 罗德里克