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Meaning of the Name Obert

76 names found for "Obert"   (page 1 of 2) 

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The first name Obert is of German origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

German: Wealthy

Related Names

Bob  (English)
Abbreviation of Robert
Bob  (German)
Diminutive of Robert: Famed, Bright; Shining. an All-time Favorite Boys' Name Since the Middle Ages. Famous Bearers: Scottish National Hero Robert the Bruce and Novelist Robert Ludlum
Bob  (English)
From the Name Robert
Bobbi  (English)
Modern Diminutive of Roberta and Barbara
Bobbie  (English)
Abbreviation of Robert
Bobbie  (German)
Diminutive of Robert: Famed, Bright; Shining. an All-time Favorite Boys' Name Since the Middle Ages. Famous Bearers: Scottish National Hero Robert the Bruce and Novelist Robert Ludlum
Bobby  (German)
Diminutive of Robert: Famed, Bright; Shining. an All-time Favorite Boys' Name Since the Middle Ages. Famous Bearers: Scottish National Hero Robert the Bruce and Novelist Robert Ludlum
Bobby  (English)
Abbreviation of Robert
Bobby  (American)
Short for Robert
Brakenbury  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry Iv, Part ' Robert Shallow, a Country Justice. 'King John' Robert Faulconbridge, and His Father, Sir Robert Faulconbridge. 'King Richard Iii' Sir Robert Brakenbury, Lieutenant of the Tower
Bruce  (English)
Thick Brush. Surname Since Medieval Times; Now a Common Given Name. Folklore Tale of Th Century Robert King of Scotland: (The Bruce) Who Learned the Value of Perseverance from Watching a Spider Spin a
Bruce  (Scottish)
Surname Since Medieval Times; Now a Common Given Name. Folklore Tale of Th Century Robert King of Scotland: ('The Bruce') Who Learned the Value of Perseverance from Watching a Spider Spin a Web
Brucey  (English)
Diminutive of Bruce: Thick Brush. Surname Since Medieval Times; Now a Common Given Name. Folklore Tale of Th Century Robert King of Scotland: (The Bruce) Who Learned the Value of Perseverance from Wat
Brucie  (English)
Diminutive of Bruce: Thick Brush. Surname Since Medieval Times; Now a Common Given Name. Folklore Tale of Th Century Robert King of Scotland: (The Bruce) Who Learned the Value of Perseverance from Wat
Catriona  (Gaelic)
Pure, Clear. A Scottish Gaelic Variant of 'Catherine', Which is the French Form of the Latin 'Katharina', from the Greek 'Aikaterina'. Famous Bearer: the Heroine of Th Century Author Robert Louis Stev
Clive  (English)
Cliff. Lives at the Cliffs. from an English Surname and Place Name. Famous Bearer Th Century British Soldier and Statesman Robert Clive Was Known As 'Clive of India'.Lives at the Cliffs
Dagoberto  (German)
Glorious Day
Faulconbridge  (Shakespearean)
'King John' Lady Faulconbridge, Widow of Sir Robert Faulconbridge
Faulconbridge  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry Iv, Part ' Robert Shallow, a Country Justice. 'King John' Robert Faulconbridge, and His Father, Sir Robert Faulconbridge
Hob  (English)
A Diminutive of Robert or Robin. The Word Hobgoblin is Derived from This Name
Hob  (German)
Diminutive of Robert: Famed, Bright; Shining. an All-time Favorite Boys' Name Since the Middle Ages. Famous Bearers: Scottish National Hero Robert the Bruce and Novelist Robert Ludlum
Lee  (English)
Meadow or Wood. Shelter. Famous Bearer: Th Century American Confederate General Robert E. Lee
Philip  (Shakespearean)
'King John' Bastard Half Brother to Robert Faulconbridge. 'King John' King Philip of France
Rab  (German)
Diminutive of Robert: Famed, Bright; Shining. an All-time Favorite Boys' Name Since the Middle Ages. Famous Bearers: Scottish National Hero Robert the Bruce and Novelist Robert Ludlum
Rabbie  (German)
Diminutive of Robert: Famed, Bright; Shining. an All-time Favorite Boys' Name Since the Middle Ages. Famous Bearers: Scottish National Hero Robert the Bruce and Novelist Robert Ludlum
Raibeart  (Gaelic)
Gaelic Form of Robert
Raibeart  (Gaelic)
Bright Fame; Gaelic Form of Robert. Short Form: Rab. Pet: Rabbie. (Ray-bert)
Rhobert  (Welsh)
Welsh Form of Robert 'Brilliant Renown'
Rob  (English)
From the Name Robert
Rob  (French)
Abbreviation of Robert Famed; Bright; Shining
Rob  (English)
Abbreviation of Robert 'Famed; Bright; Shining.'
Rob  (German)
Abbreviation of Robert: Famed; Bright; Shining
Rob  (English)
Modern Form of Robert
Robb  (French)
Abbreviation of Robert Famed; Bright; Shining
Robb  (German)
Abbreviation of Robert: Famed; Bright; Shining
Robb  (English)
Abbreviation of Robert 'Famed; Bright; Shining
Robbie  (English)
Abbreviation of Robert 'Famed; Bright; Shining
Robbie  (French)
Abbreviation of Robert Famed; Bright; Shining
Robbie  (German)
Abbreviation of Robert: Famed; Bright; Shining
Robbin  (English)
Famed; Bright; Shining. Form of Robert Popular Since the Medieval Days of Robin Hood. Robinson: (English) Son of Robert 'Famed; Bright; Shining.' Surname
Robby  (English)
Abbreviation of Robert 'Famed; Bright; Shining.'
Robby  (French)
Abbreviation of Robert Famed; Bright; Shining
Robby  (German)
Abbreviation of Robert: Famed; Bright; Shining
Robert  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry Iv, Part ' Robert Shallow, a Country Justice. 'King John' Robert Faulconbridge, and His Father, Sir Robert Faulconbridge. 'King Richard Iii' Sir Robert Brakenbury, Lieutenant of the Tower
Robert  (Scottish)
Famed; Bright; Shining. King Robert the Bruce. Robert Burns the Poet
Robert  (French)
Famed; Bright; Shining. an All-time Favorite Boys Name Since the Middle Ages
Robert  (German)
Famed, Bright; Shining. an All-time Favorite Boys' Name Since the Middle Ages. Famous Bearers: Scottish National Hero Robert the Bruce and Novelist Robert Ludlum
Robert  (Teutonic)
Bright Fame, Other Forms are Robin, Rupert, Loquacious, Successful, Susceptible
Robert  (English)
Bright Fame (Bob, Bobby, Dobbs, Debson, Rab, Rip, Rob, Robbie, Robby, Ruppert, Roberto, Robard, Robart, Ruberto, Rory)
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