Alaric is a Germanic name.

Alaric may also refer to:

In history:

  • Alaric I, king of Visigoths / Barbarian general in the Roman army. Sacked Rome in 410
  • Alaric II, king of the Visigoths (485–507)
  • Alaric, a legendary Swea ruler

In fiction:

  • Alaric, Duke of Dunstable, a character in a number of P. G. Wodehouse's 'Blandings Castle' novels
  • Alaric the Mad, a master dwarven rune smith in the Warhammer Fantasy realm
  • Alaric Darconville, the title character of Alexander Theroux's novel Darconville's Cat
  • Alaric Deschain, Roland Deschain's grandfather in Stephen King's series The Dark Tower (series)
  • Alaric Morgan, the seventh Duke of Corwyn in the fictional universe of the Deryni novels of Katherine Kurtz
  • Alaric Saltzman, history teacher at Mystic Falls High School in The Vampire Diaries
  • Alaric Tudor, one of the clerks in Anthony Trollope's novel The Three Clerks
  • Alaric Vas, a supporting character and mother of protagonist Fabian Vas in the novel The Bird Artist by Howard Norman
  • Alaric, high priest of Poseidon's Temple in Atlantis in Alyssa Day's Warriors of Poseidon series

In other uses:

  • HMS Alaric (P441) was a submarine of the British Royal Navy.
  • Alaric are a doom metal influenced deathrock/post-punk band from San Francisco.