BRECHT
GENDER: Masculine
USAGE: Dutch
Meaning & History
Short form of names containing brecht, often derived from the Germanic element beraht meaning "bright".
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VARIANTS: Bob, Rob, Robbe
FEMININE FORM: Brechtje
OTHER LANGUAGES: Adalbert, Albert, Albertus, Hrodebert, Hubert, Hubertus, Hugubert, Adalberht, Hrodpreht, Robert (Ancient Germanic), Roparzh (Breton), Robert (Croatian), Robert (Czech), Albert, Robert (Danish), Albert, Hubert, Al, Bert, Bertie, Bob, Bobbie, Bobby, Delbert, Rob, Robbie, Robby, Robert, Robin, Rupert (English), Alpertti, Altti, Pertti, Roope, Roopertti (Finnish), Albert, Aubert, Hubert, Robert (French), Abbe, Abe (Frisian), Alberte (Galician), Adalbert, Adelbert, Albert, Albrecht, Hubert, Hubertus, Bert, Robert (German), Albert, Róbert, Robi (Hungarian), Róbert (Icelandic), Roibeárd (Irish), Adalberto, Alberto, Uberto, Roberto (Italian), Roberts (Latvian), Albaer, Hoebaer, Baer, Bèr (Limburgish), Albertas, Robertas (Lithuanian), Huppert, Rupert, Ruprecht (Low German), Hob, Hopkin (Medieval English), Albert, Robert (Norwegian), Adalbert, Albert, Hubert, Robert, Rupert (Polish), Adalberto, Alberto, Roberto (Portuguese), Robert (Romanian), Albert, Robert (Russian), Rab, Rabbie, Raibeart (Scottish), Robert (Slovak), Albert, Robert (Slovene), Adalberto, Alberto, Roberto, Ruperto (Spanish), Albert, Robert, Robin (Swedish)
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