The term endorsemonial does not exist – I just made it up and it’s a playful word combination of endorsement and testimonial.
“Eric is a pragmatic, objective, fact-oriented and thinking organized creator who through inner motivation influences people and circumstances, helps persuade doers, thrives on competitive situations and challenging assignments, whose effectiveness and enthusiasm are unlikely to be reduced and a commercial entrepreneurial communicator open to experience, conscientious, not so extroverted but yet agreeable, hardly to upset and relaxed reacting individual who achieves targets through determination and perseverance by applying an analytical attitude focusing on results and who is an autonomous, influential, advanced working conditions enjoying, variable, creative, work-life balance favoring, prestigious, financial reward seeking, security preferring, performance delivering, sufficiently structured, frequently self-developing, at times unselfish and a bit work relationship underestimating kind of guy.”
Source: Personality Traits
Roth is not a Hebrew surname. Its origins are in the Northern …
… Hemisphere and it is a common name in Scotland and other English speaking countries as well as in German speaking countries. For historic reasons, the Jewish people merely adopted various established names, many of which were common amongst non-Jewish people in their respective countries. The first English-language historic record of the surname ‘Roth’ appeared in the United Kingdom in Colchester and Essex public records in 1346.”
“The given name Eric, Erik, or Erick is derived from the Old Norse name Eiríkr (or Eríkr in Eastern Scandinavia due to monophthongization). The first element, ei- is derived either from the older Proto-Norse *aina, meaning “one, alone, unique”, as in the form Æinrikr explicitly, or from *aiwa “long time, eternity”. The second element -ríkr stems either from *ríks “king, ruler” (cf. Gothic reiks) or from the therefrom derived *ríkijaz “kingly, powerful, rich”. The name is thus usually taken to mean “sole ruler, autocrat” or “eternal ruler, ever powerful.”
“Roth is an English, German, or Jewish origin surname. There are seven theories:
- the spilling of blood from the warrior class of ancient Germanic Deutsch soldier.
- ethnic name for an Anglo-Saxon, derived from rot (meaning “red” in pre-7th century), referencing red-haired people.
- topographical name, derived from rod (meaning “wood”), referencing a dweller in such a location.
- derivative from hroth (from the Proto-Germanic word for “fame”; related to hrod).
- locale name for 18th century Ashkenazi refugees to Germany.
- derivative from roe in the ancient Danish language to signify (of) a king.
- of the red colour of clay, as in pottery (Deutsch).
“Eric is the most amazing person in the entire universe. Everything about him is perfect! He’s charming, handsome, intelligent, strong, romantic, funny… everything you want in a guy. It’s impossible not to fall in love with him! Once you lay eyes on him, you will know from that very moment that you will never stop loving him. Eric is BAE (before anyone else) and is forever BAE. He is the most perfect person you will ever meet. Love him with all your heart! He is very loyal and can be trusted and there’s not a day that you wouldn’t want to spend with him.”
“Roth is – besides being a family name passed down through generations – an amazing, intelligent, and talented male. One, who after consuming copious amounts of whisky, will perform a penguin like dance (often used as a mating dance). A man that is actually rich but lives like a poor college student so as to confuse the gold digging females and keep them away. A leader of the battlers as he controls the lightning element and his balanced status doesn’t give him any weakness.”
Source: Urban Dictionary
“Depending on the alphanumERIC base one chooses, the name ERIC results in the number total of either 6, 7 or 8:
6 = The 6s are responsible, loving, self-sacrificing, protective, sympathetic and compassionate. These loyal, maternal figures are domestic, fair and idealistic healers or teachers.
7 = This isn’t just a lucky number. It also stands for being spiritual, intelligent, analytical, focused, introspective, studious, intuitive, knowledgeable, contemplative, serious, persevering, refined, gracious and displaying much inner wisdom.
8 = People with this number are competent, practical, and often obtain great power and wealth. They tend to be successful in business and commercial affairs, and are able to achieve great material dreams.”