Albion name meaning

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Updated: May 30th, 2024
Gender: Boy
Origin: Celtic
Usage: Albanian and English
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Albion a-lbion
Meaning: White Rock
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What does Albion mean?

Of Celtic origin, Well-Liked and Conifer Albion means "White Rock" and is used for boys is dominantly used in Albanian and English.

How do I pronounce Albion?

Two syllabled Albion is most commonly pronounced as a-lbion. al-bion is the different way(s) to pronounce the name.

Middle Names for Albion

Elry, Judson, Egon, Robson, Tel, Iden, view more middle names that goes with Albion

Names that rhyme with Albion

How popular is the name Albion?

Albion is a unique baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1880 and was able to reach the top 800 names. In 1881, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 707 on boy names chart when 26 babies were named Albion.

There are over 674 babies that have been given the name Albion in United States. Albion is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales, even after 22 years of use, it could not make it big.

Over 184 babies in England and Wales have been named Albion. Also, it appeared first time in 2001 on baby boy names list of France.

Albion is a rare baby name in Belgium where it may not be used now as it was last seen in 2007.

Also, Albion is a familiar name in Kosovo and Indonesia. According to our evaluation, over 900 babies have been named Albion globally.

YearRankBirths
202382309
2022122695
2020659612
2019762910
2018633513
2017122305
201688098
201587358
201487758
2013702111
View more ▾View full list ▾[1] Source: Social Security Administration

Facts

Albion in Nordic countries

CountriesMen
First NameSecondary Name
Netherlands95
Finland510
Sweden12211
Norway2727
Denmark260

Numerological analysis of Albion

You can turn from the excessive thinker into a careless child in no time. You are hard-working by nature and success drives you. When it comes to your job, you are always the one with a new idea to present. You love life and life loves you. You encourage people to walk the harder path and fight for what they believe is right. You are always open to hearing new opinions and perspectives. You are mentally strong, self-confident but lack understanding for people's feelings.

Do you like Albion? Other names you would love

  •  Ruy - Used in Spanish unheard-of, Ruy came from Germanic, Old High German and Celtic used as a baby boy name, Ruy means "Rich, Power or Fame"
  •  Cinàed - Originated from Celtic, Cinàed means "Born of Fire" is given to boys
  •  Erwanna - Erwanna means "Shrub or Yew" has origin in Celtic
  •  Arnis - Arniss origin is Germanic and Celtic bestowed upon baby boys is principally used in Old Norse, Finnish and Norwegian. Arnis is Norse form of An Unknown Celtic Name. Also Arnis is equivalent of An Unknown Germanic Name Containing the Name Element Arn in Norse language. Also Arnis is form of Ernust in Norse language
  •  Adin - Commonly Accepted unisex name Adin means "Adorned or Beautiful" chiefly used in Finnish and Norwegian came from Arabic, Celtic and Hebrew
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Sibling Names for Albion

Looking for some great sibling names to go with the unique and charming name "Albion"? Look no further! We've compiled a list of 20 beautiful and meaningful names that are perfect for brothers or sisters of any age. From classic and traditional to modern and trendy, there's a name here that will suit every family's style and personality. Whether you're expecting your first child or adding to an existing brood, these names are sure to inspire you in your search for the perfect baby name combination.

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Famous people named Albion

  • Albion Smith, California jeweller and silversmith
  • Albion Woodbury Small, officeholder
  • Albion W. Knight Jr., Albion Williamson Knight Jr
  • Albion Parris, American politician and jurist of Maine
  • Albion P. Howe, Union Army general in the American Civil War
  • Albion W. Tourgée, American soldier, Radical Republican, lawyer
  • Albion Fellows Bacon, American social reformer and writer

Sources

  1. Social Security Administration, https://www.ssa.gov/oact/babynames/index.html
  2. Office for National Statistics, https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/birthsdeathsandmarriages/livebirths
  3. Institut national de la statistique et des études économiques, https://www.insee.fr/fr/statistiques/2540004
  4. Sociale Verzekeringsbank, https://statbel.fgov.be/en/themes/population/family-names-and-first-names/first-names-boys-and-girls
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