Engelbrecht meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Germanic, Old High German, Old Norse and Latin
Usage: Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Old Danish
Meaning: Angil, Angel, A Messenger from Heaven, Light, Shining, Illustrious, Warrior, Brotherly, From Germany, Brother, Germane, Sister, Army and Man
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Engelbrecht is form of Engilberht in German language.

Variants of Engelbrecht

Engelbreckt, Engilberht, Angilberaht, Engilbert

Names that rhyme with Engelbrecht

Popularity of Engelbrecht

Engelbrecht is an uncommon name around the world. According to our research, over 40 babies have been named Engelbrecht globally.


Engelbrecht in Nordic countries

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What numbers say about Engelbrecht?

You are persistent but without motivation, you won't accomplish anything. People who only care about their own good and satisfaction make you nervous and mad because you are all about helping others. You neglect your own issues and helping other is more important to you. There's not a problem you cannot solve. Due to your naivety, you are taken advantage of very often. Besides being hard-working by nature, you are also independent and like to handle things your way.

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  •  Jágo - Prevailing boy name Jágo is principally used in Sami. Jágo is form of Jaakko in Sami language
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