Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. A-dal-behrt(German)  [key·IPA]

Meaning & History

Old German form of Albert. This is the name of a patron saint of Bohemia, Poland and Prussia. He is known by his birth name Vojtěch in Czech and Wojciech in Polish.

Related Names

VariantsAdalberht, Albert, Albertus(Germanic) Adelbert, Albert, Albrecht(German)
Other Languages & CulturesAlbert(Albanian) Æþelbeorht, Æðelberht(Anglo-Saxon) Albert(Catalan) Albert(Czech) Albert(Danish) Albert, Albertus, Abe, Adelbert, Bert, Brecht, Elbert(Dutch) Albert, Ethelbert, Al, Albie, Bert, Bertie, Delbert(English) Albert, Alpertti, Altti, Pertti(Finnish) Albert, Aubert(French) Abbe, Abe(Frisian) Alberte(Galician) Albert(Hungarian) Albert(Icelandic) Adalberto, Alberto, Berto(Italian) Alberts(Latvian) Albaer, Baer, Bèr(Limburgish) Albertas(Lithuanian) Albert(Norwegian) Aþalaberhtaz(Old Germanic) Albert(Polish) Adalberto, Alberto(Portuguese) Albert(Romanian) Albert, Alik(Russian) Adalberto, Alberto, Berto(Spanish) Albert(Swedish)


People think this name is

classic   mature   formal   upper class   wholesome   strong   refined   strange   complex   serious  

Name Days

Austria: February 16
Austria: April 23
Austria: June 20
Croatia: April 23
Croatia: June 25
Germany: June 20
Hungary: September 27
Poland: April 23
Poland: May 11


Sources & References

  1. Förstemann, Ernst. Altdeutsches Namenbuch. Bonn, 1900, page 163.
Entry updated December 7, 2022