Bert meaning and origin

Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Old High German, Germanic and English
Usage: English, English, German, Dutch, Polish, Scandinavian, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: \"pronunciation
Meaning: Bright, Highborn, Noble, Renowned Northerner, Brilliant and Raven, Shiny, Composition, Dominion and The Element Berht Meaning Bright Famous
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Predominant and Ever lasting unisex name Bert means "Bright, Highborn, Noble, Renowned Northerner, Brilliant and Raven, Shiny, Composition, Dominion or The Element Berht Meaning Bright Famous", mostly used in Scandinavian, Danish, Norwegian, English, Dutch, German, Finnish, Swedish and Polish is of English, Old High German and Germanic origin.. Bert is variation of Hulbert. Of Germanic origin, Cherished and Perpetual Hulbert, Hulbert means "Famous for His Loyalty". Bert is short form of Bertram. Bertram is version of imperishable and outstanding Bertrand. Bertram is German equivalent of Berhtraban. Meaning of Bertram is The Elements Berht Meaning Bright Famous, Bright Raven Wise Person and Wise Person has origin in Old High German and Germanic. It is celebrated on October 16th.

Variants of Bert

Berte, Hulbert, Berta, Bertea, Bette, Bereta, Bertina, Berit, Birgitta

Names that rhyme with Bert

Popularity of Bert

Bert is a popular name in United States given to over 34165 babies in 202 years. When at its peak in 1880, the moniker grabbed the 47th spot and 698 baby boys were given the name. Additionally, the name has been in the top 50 baby names 2 times Bert is a common name in Belgium given to over 885 babies in 18 years. When at the peak of its usage in 1995, 137 boys were bestowed the name and it was ranked at 91st position.

Bert is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales where it has been in use since 1997 and achieved its top ranking of 2020 in 2015. But Bert is a popular baby name in Netherlands where every 1 in 300 have the name as well as in, Canada, Germany and Sweden. At least, 160000 people globally have been given the name as per our research.

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Numerological analysis of Bert

You are aggressive by nature because of the many emotions you keep inside. Expressing your emotions is what you are good at. Number 4 as your expression no reveals your inner strength, strong communication and organization abilities, and well-structured life. In order to earn more, use some of your many talents. Once you relax and start talking, you never stop. You are deeply related to the 5 senses.

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  •  Siem - Used particulary in Dutch recent and prevalent, Siem means "He (God) has Heard" and is aimed at baby boys is of Hebrew origin
  •  Alexander - Originated from Dutch, German and Old Greek, Famous and Conifer Alexander means "Protector of Mankind, Defender of Men or Protector" given to both sexes is used dominantly in Hindi, German and Swedish. Widely Accepted name Alexander managed to bag 11th position among baby boy names in 2018 in United States
  •  Britt - Desirable and Ever lasting unisex name Britt means "Sublime or The Exalted One" which came from Old English and Celtic is substantially used in Norwegian, Dutch and Faroese
  •  Evy - Used majorly in English, Swedish and Danish durable and prevailing, Evy is of Hebrew origin and is used for baby girls, Evy means "Living, Alive or Live"
  •  Neel - Origin of Outlandish Neel is in Hindu, Celtic and Latin, meaning of Neel is "Indigo or Champion" and a gender insensitive name is used predominantly in Danish and Telugu
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Namesakes of Bert

    Bert Bolin, Swedish meteorologist
  • Bert Sugar, boxing writer and sports historian recognizable by his trademark fedora and unlit cigar
  • Bert Millichip, English association footballer best
  • Bert Keizer, Dutch writer and physician
  • Bert Hellinger, In recent years
  • Bert Doorn, Dutch politician and Member of the European Parliament
  • Bert van Sprang, founder of the Dutch youth division of the Dutch association of meteorology and astronomy
  • Bert Wilson, play-by-play broadcaster for Major League Baseball's Chicago Cubs
  • Bert Bertrand, journalist from Belgium
  • Bert Schroer, German mathematical physicist
  • Bert Cochran, American Communist politician and author
  • Bert Sas, Netherlands military attaché in Berlin at the time of the German invasion of the Netherlands
  • Bert Eriksson, leading Flemish nationalist
  • Bert Brinkman, retired water polo player from the Netherlands
  • Bert van Vlaanderen, retired long-distance runner from the Netherlands
  • Bert Cameron, retired Jamaican sprinter
  • Bert Metz, Dutch climate policy expert
  • Bert Lee, English songwriter
  • Bert Shefter, Russian-born film composer
  • Bert Granet, American writer and television producer whose credits included 'The Locket' for RKO Radio Pictures
  • Bert Flugelman, prominent Australian visual artist
  • Bert Bergsma, former freestyle swimmer from the Netherlands,
  • Bert Sproston, English football full back
  • Bert Schneider, Canadian welterweight boxer
  • Bert Foord, English meteorologist and BBC weather forecaster during the 1960s and early 1970s
  • Bert Dingley, American racecar driver
  • Bert Kloezeman, painter and art educator in Canada
  • Bert Joris, internationally renowned jazz trumpeter
  • Bert van der Spek, Dutch ancient historian
  • Bert Ruiter, Dutch bass guitarist, record producer
  • Bert Reisfeld, lyricist
  • Bert Hall, military aviator and writer
  • Bert Parnaby, British actor
  • Bert Teunissen, Dutch photographer who, since 1996
  • Bert McInenly, professional ice hockey player
  • Bert Brooks, Canadian racecar driver
  • Bert Casey, was one of the most violent of the outlaws to operate out of Oklahoma Territory
  • Bert Fogg, football referee from Bolton
  • Bert Goedkoop, Dutch volleyball player and coach
  • Bert Leston Taylor, American columnist, humorist, poet, and author
  • Bert Tayler, English cricketer
  • Bert Warwick, Canadian Football League head coach
  • Bert Hall, English professional footballer
  • Bert Mosselmans, professor of economics and philosophy
  • Bert Hölldobler, German sociobiologist and evolutionary biologist
  • Bert Sutherland, longtime manager of three prominent research labs, including Sun Microsystems Laboratories, the Systems Science Laboratory at Xerox PARC
  • Bert Sakmann, German cell physiologist
  • Bert Vaux, teaches phonology and morphology at the University of Cambridge
  • Bert Vogelstein, is Director of the Ludwig Center
  • Bert Broer, Dutch physicist and mathematician
  • Bert Bell, National Football League commissioner
  • Bert Geer Phillips, American artist and a founding member of the Taos Society of Artists
  • Bert Fields, American lawyer noted for his work
  • Bert Williams, Bahamian-American entertainer
  • Bert Berns, American songwriter and record producer of the 1960s
  • Bert Kaempfert, German orchestra leader, multi-instrumentalist

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