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Meaning of the Name Albin

The first name Albin is of Latin, English, Polish origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Latin: From the Latin Albinus, Meaning White.Variant of Alban: from Albanus Meaning 'Of Alba', the Ancient Latin City Alba Longa, Whose Name Derives from Albus Meaning White. St Alban Was Britain's First Mar
English: Variant of Albert: Old English for Brilliant; Bright; White. Alban and Albin are English Surnames Probably Based on Spanish/Italian Place Name Alba
Polish: White

Similar Names

Alban | Albano | Albany | Albion | Alpin | Alvan | Alven | Alvin | Alvino | Alvyn |

Related Names

Albhda  (Latin)
Feminine Form of Albin: from the Latin Albinus, Meaning White.Variant of Alban: from Albanus Meaning 'Of Alba', the Ancient Latin City Alba Longa, Whose Name Derives from Albus Meaning White
Albina  (Italian)
White Skinned
Albina  (Latin)
Feminine Form of Albin: from the Latin Albinus, Meaning White.Variant of Alban: from Albanus Meaning 'Of Alba', the Ancient Latin City Alba Longa, Whose Name Derives from Albus Meaning White
Albina  (English)
A Feminine Form of Albin, Borne by a 3rd-century Saint. The Name Was Popular in Britain in the Th and Th Centuries
Albinia  (Latin)
Feminine Form of Albin: from the Latin Albinus, Meaning White.Variant of Alban: from Albanus Meaning 'Of Alba', the Ancient Latin City Alba Longa, Whose Name Derives from Albus Meaning White
Albinia  (Italian)
White. A Feminine Form of Albin, Introduced into Britain from Italy. The Name Was Frequently Used by Members of the Aristocratic Cecil Family and Their Descendants
Albinka  (Polish)
Blond
Albinus  (Latin)
White
Albinus  (Anglo Saxon)
Name of an Abbot
Albrecht  (English)
Variant of Albert: Old English for Brilliant; Bright; White. Alban and Albin are English Surnames Probably Based on Spanish/Italian Place Name Alba
Balbina  (Italian)
Stammers
Balbina  (Polish)
Stammers
Balbine  (Latin)
Strong
Bina  (English)
Originally a Diminutive Used for Names Ending in -bina, Like Albina, Columbina, and Robina, Now Frequently Used As an Independent Name

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