German masc. name and surname, literally "folk-rule" (Dutch Diederik), from Old High German Theodric, from theuda "folk, people" (see Teutonic) + rihhi "rule" (see Reich). Variants or familiar forms include Derrick, Dierks, Dieter, Dirk. Compare Theodoric. Theodric the Ostrogoth, who held sway in Italy 493-526, appears in later German tales as Dietrich von Bern (Verona).
1. The title of one of Dietrich's best-known songs could serve as the leitmotif for her life.
2. MISS DIETRICH: You won't need your speech today, Nancy.
3. He gave Dietrich this titbit of information, and Dietrich the roof.
4. NANCY: Would you like to hear my speech, Miss Dietrich?
南茜: 迪特里希小姐,你愿意听听我的发言 吗 ?
5. Dietrich himself headed for Switzerland, dressed in traditional Bavarian costume, with his wife.