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Derek: Derek is a male name. It is the English language short form of Dederik, the Low German form of the name Theodoric. Theodoric is an old Germanic name with an original meaning of "people-ruler".
Fernandez: Fernndez [fer'nandes] [fer'nande] is a common Spanish surname meaning "son of Fernando." The Germanic name that it derives from means "brave traveler." The Portuguese version of this surname is Fernandes. The Arabized version is Ibn Faranda and it was used by the Mozarabs and Muwallads in Al-Andal