Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. /ro.ˈbɛ /ro.ˈβeɾ.to/(Spanish) /ʁu.ˈbɛɾ.tu/(European Portuguese) /ho.ˈbɛx.tu/(Brazilian Portuguese)  [key·simplify]

Meaning & History

Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of Robert. Saint Roberto Bellarmine was a 16th-century cardinal who is regarded as a Doctor of the Church. Another famous bearer was Roberto de Nobili (1577-1656), a Jesuit missionary to India.

Related Names

DiminutivesBerto(Italian) Berto(Spanish)
Feminine FormsRoberta, Robertina(Italian) Roberta, Robertina(Spanish) Roberta(Portuguese)
Other Languages & CulturesRobert(Albanian) Roparzh(Breton) Robert(Catalan) Robert(Croatian) Robert, Robin(Czech) Robert(Danish) Robert, Bob, Brecht, Rob, Robbe, Robin, Robrecht(Dutch) Robert, Bob, Bobbie, Bobby, Rob, Robbie, Robby, Robin, Rupert(English) Robert(Estonian) Robert, Pertti, Roope, Roopertti(Finnish) Robert, Robin(French) Robert, Rupert, Ruprecht(German) Hrodebert, Robert, Robertus, Hrodperht(Germanic) Róbert, Robi(Hungarian) Róbert(Icelandic) Roibeárd(Irish) Roberts(Latvian) Robertas(Lithuanian) Hob, Hopkin(Medieval English) Hopcyn(Medieval Welsh) Robert(Norwegian) Hrōþiberhtaz(Old Germanic) Robert(Polish) Robert(Romanian) Robert(Russian) Rab, Rabbie(Scots) Raibeart(Scottish Gaelic) Róbert(Slovak) Robert(Slovene) Robert, Robin(Swedish)
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Name Days

Italy: April 17
Italy: September 17
Spain: June 7
Spain: September 17


Entry updated April 23, 2024