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Meaning of the Name Burg

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

German: Variant of Berg: Mountain

Similar Names

Barq | Berg | Bergh | Berk | Birk | Borc | Borg | Borge | Bork | Bors |

Related Names

Amalia  (German)
Variant of Amelia: from the Old German Amalburga, Meaning Labour and the Latin Aemilia
Amalia  (Italian)
From Amelia, a Derivative of the Old German Amalburga Meaning Labour. Hard Working
Amalie  (German)
From Amelia, a Derivative the Old German Amalburga Meaning Labor
Amalle  (German)
Variant of Amelia: from the Old German Amalburga, Meaning Labour and the Latin Aemilia
Amelia  (German)
Variant of Amelia: from the Old German Amalburga, Meaning Labour and the Latin Aemilia
Burga  (Teutonic)
From the Town
Burgard  (English)
Variant of Burchard: Strong Castle
Burgaud  (English)
Variant of Burchard: Strong Castle
Burgeis  (English)
Lives in Town
Burges  (English)
Variant of Burgess: Citizen
Burgess  (Celtic)
Citizen
Burgess  (English)
Lives in Town
Burgess  (German)
Town Citizen
Burgh  (German)
Variant of Berg: Mountain
Burgha  (Teutonic)
From the Town
Burghard  (English)
Strong As a Castle
Burghere  (English)
Lives at the Fortress
Burgiss  (English)
Variant of Burgess: Citizen
Burgtun  (English)
From the Fortress Town
Burgundy  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry V' and 'Henry Vi, Part ' and 'Tragedy of King Lear' Duke of Burgundy
De Burgh  (Shakespearean)
'King John' Hubert De Burgh
Edburga  (Teutonic)
Wealthy Defender
Edeen  (Scottish)
From Edinburgh
Edina  (Scottish)
From Edinburgh
Edine  (Scottish)
From Edinburgh
Emily  (German)
Feminine Form of Emil: from the Roman Family Name Aemilius, Meaning 'Industrious.' Also a Variant of Amelia: from the Old German Amalburga, Meaning Labour and the Latin Aemilia
Hubert  (Shakespearean)
'King John' Hubert De Burgh
Millie  (German)
Strength, Determination. Diminutive of Amelia: from the Old German Amalburga, Meaning Labour, and the Latin Aemilia. Famous Bearers: Th Century British King George Iii's Daughter Princess Amelia' Henr
Osburga  (Anglo Saxon)
Name of a Queen
Walburga  (German)
Power; Protection
Walburga  (Teutonic)
Strong Defender
Walburgha  (Teutonic)
Strong Defender
Wigburg  (Dutch)
Young

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