Gender Masculine
Usage English
Pronounced Pron. /ˈdɛl.bəɹt/  [key·simplify]

Meaning & History

Short form of Adelbert. As an American name it was first used in the New York area by people of Dutch ancestry [1].

Related Names

Other Languages & CulturesAlbert(Albanian) Æþelbeorht(Anglo-Saxon) Albert(Catalan) Albert(Czech) Albert(Danish) Albert, Albertus, Abe, Adelbert, Bert, Brecht, Elbert(Dutch) Albert, Alpertti, Altti, Pertti(Finnish) Albert, Aubert(French) Abbe, Abe(Frisian) Alberte(Galician) Adalbert, Adelbert, Albert, Albrecht, Bert(German) Adalberht, Adalbert, Albert, Albertus(Germanic) Albert(Hungarian) Albert(Icelandic) Adalberto, Alberto, Berto(Italian) Alberts(Latvian) Albaer, Baer(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  


Sources & References

  1. Evans, Cleveland Kent. The Great Big Book of Baby Names. Publications International, 2006, page 103.
Entry updated February 4, 2020