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nylonpanda  12/15/2019
People often laugh at -Bert names and I don't understand why. If you check the meaning of these names, what connections to other names they have and all the great people who had these names you will definitely see that -Bert names are not funny but respectable. And they also have the same meaning with Zeus, which is just so cool!
MrNameGuy250  10/9/2019
I don't know why everyone seems to hate this name. I really like it, and I think that it's also a nice bonus that it shares the meaning with the name Zeus. Bert has a beautiful meaning. Bert is an awesome name and I really like it!
Chocolate Milk  9/13/2019
The name of the Greek King of the Gods Zeus also means "bright, shining". I find it super cool that names Robert, Albert, Herbert and others with the element "beraht" actually have something in common with and also basically share the meaning with the name of the mighty god of the gods, Zeus.
― Anonymous User  7/18/2019
In 2018, 52 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Bert* who is registered male with the Social Security Administration. It is the 1, 533rd most common male first name for living U.S. citizens.

*as a first name, not a nickname.
― Anonymous User  10/5/2018
Bert Parks, anyone? “There she is, Miss America...”.
That70sShowGeek  6/11/2018
Not only is it an ugly name, but it's also a character on Sesame Street... The only person who would use this name is a drug addict in rehab with twin boys named Bert and Ernie.
Katesnames15  4/20/2017
I like the name Bert. Yes it's old-fashioned, but it's also respectable, handsome, smart-sounding, classy & cute. I adore the nickname Bertie! :3.
― Anonymous User  10/20/2014
I hate this name. Any name with "Bert" in it makes me picture a heavyset guy over 40 with a big round red nose. It's so silly, there's no flow, no elegance, "urt" is not a nice noise and sticking a "b" on it makes it worse, and it sounds like a neologism for passing gas from both ends at once.
XICooper  6/24/2012
Famous fictional bearer is Bert from the Mary Poppins books, movie, and musical, Mary's friend and a jack-of-all-trades.
― Anonymous User  12/7/2009
Rik Aalbert "Bert" Blyleven, famous Minnesota Twins pitcher and announcer.
Canadianboy13  7/29/2009
It sounds ugly and old-fashioned to me. If you really like the sound, I suggest you name your son Burton and call him Burt, preferably with that spelling. It just looks better. As for the use of this name in other languages, well, it can't be short for Burton, so you shouldn't use it. It's just awful.
slight night shiver  5/16/2008
Actor Bert Lahr (1895-1967) best known for playing the Cowardly Lion in 1939's THE WIZARD OF OZ.
BlueSomehow  8/7/2007
Dutch pronunciation is BERT (the E like in bet). [noted -ed]
X-Mar  2/19/2006
Bert and Ernie were best friends in the movie "It's a Wonderful Life." Jim Henson later named two of his popular muppets Bert and Ernie after those characters.
breakofday  12/9/2005
Famous bearer is Bert McCracken, from the band The Used.
jessnothingless  8/2/2005

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